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Shelter Island School
It has been almost a year since Shelter Island School’s antiquated heating and air conditioning system broke down, forcing emergency measures by maintenance workers to keep the building functioning.
New controls have been added to the system, enabling employees to make adjustments via computer instead of having to spell one another around the clock.
But that is merely a finger-in-the-dike measure for now. (more…)
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Keeping a broken heating system functioning, maintenance employee Greg Sulahian was one of those who worked around the clock with his colleagues last fall and winter to ensure Shelter Island School had heat. Voters will have their say in balloting Tuesday about how to finance replacement of the aged system.
McClave Engineering workers have been working on the design for Shelter Island School’s new heating and ventilation system since June, but it will fall to voters Tuesday, September 23 to decide how the project gets financed.
If they approve a bond not to exceed $1.6295 million as the Board of Education recommends, the project will be paid for in installments over several years. (more…)
JO ANN KIRKLAND PHOTO |’The lights must never go out. The music must always play.’ An excerpt from W.H. Auden’s poem, ‘September 1, 1939.’
A steady wind blew the flag flying high over Route 114 from the fire truck parked outside at the Center firehouse, a memorial to 9/11.
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There’s a new superintendent, a new dean of students, a new kindergarten class and a new senior class for the Shelter Island School’s 2014-2015 school year. Here’s a look at the first day. (more…)
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Elsie Mae Brigham and Lauren Gibbs are packed up and ready for school.
Shelter Island School was bustling this morning with the first day of the school year, where some kids got in line for the first time in months, new friendships were formed and a happy feeling of fresh starts filled the air.
See below for more first moments. (more…)