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My name is Brian Becker.
I’m a captain here at Sea Tow Eastern Long Island. I’ve been here for 21 years now.
This is my summer job. During the school year, I’m a school teacher at Shelter Island. I teach physical education K-12.
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Physical education teacher Brian Becker leads a group of Shelter Island School elementary students in a recent session of ‘Drums Alive’ in the school gym.
Like music? It turns out a spackle bucket, a big blue ball and a set of sticks is all you need.
There are a couple of old sayings that sum up our feelings when important people in our lives pass away.
The ranks are thinning, you will hear, as well as that the cemeteries are filled with irreplaceable people. Both statements are true and untrue, since every day people pick up a fallen standard.
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It’s nice to win. The Shelter Island junior high volleyball team celebrating a home victory against East Moriches.
If the Shelter Island junior high girls volleyball team was featured in a Staples ad, there would be a button for it — as in “easy.”
JULIE LANE PHOTO Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik reported all went according to plan during a lockdown drill at Shelter Island School on Thursday.
It was only a drill. But it was also an important exercise in the event of a threat to peace in school classrooms.