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Basic Safety Tips and Student Conversations
Posted on 10/03/2019
A reminder that it is good practice to have conversations with children about basic safety & situational awareness. ...
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NYS ELA and Math Test Results
Posted on 10/03/2019
This past spring, students took part in NYS testing in English Language Arts (ELA) & Mathematics, as required by the NYS Education Dept ...
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Kindergarten students with Helen Wright Prince artworkClass of 2020 at Breakwater BeachStudents with firemen at Fire Prevention WeekGirls Scouts on the playground at CESeptember HS Students of the MonthMrs. Caviglia's class learning the xylophoneROTC students leaving HSROTC students loading a bus

Kindergarten students with Dr. Devine and Kara Tolmie, Art Teacher display their contribution to the Helen Wright Prince Community Award honoring Sarah Benjamin

Time Honored Tradition - Breakwater Beach Class of 2020

Our students during Fire Prevention Week at Cutchogue East!

Thank you to all those who helped open the Blacktop/Playground

Student of the month HS (September): William Hickox, grade 12 Lexington Horton, grade 9 Jayda Hubbard, grade 7 James Kowalski, grade 12 Nicole Mendez, grade 8 Emma Pearsall

Mrs. Caviglia's class learning the xylophone

NJROTC students loading up buses to depart for Basic Leadership Training over the weekend at Dorothy P. Flint, 4-H Camp in Riverhead.

ROTC cadets and 9th Graders Marc Zappulla and Collin McGowan loading the bus

Welcome to the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District

MISSION STATEMENT

The Mattituck-Cutchogue Union Free School District
is dedicated to providing a welcoming and safe environment where diversity, interdependence and self-discovery are valued.  Educators, students, families, and community members work together creating a dynamic, flexible, and engaging learning process to:

   -  Nurture individuals'  passion for life and learning 
   -  Foster collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking
   -  Encourage a range of perspectives
   -  Promote and practice personal integrity 

As a result, students develop academic excellence, confidence, and resiliency to face future challenges in order to contribute to and inspire positive change in the local and global community.

Board of Education Meetings

November 14, 2019

Executive Session - 5:45pm
HS Conference Room

Regular Meeting - 6:30pm
HS Library

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