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Board Business Meeting on Sept. 27

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The Board of Education will hold its next regular business meeting on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m downstairs at the Early Childhood Center at 1 Craig B. Gariepy Ave. in Islip Terrace. The community is invited to attend.

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A New Year of Learning Starts

A New Year of Learning Starts
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From the high school and middle school to Connetquot, JFK, RCK and Timber Point elementary schools, East Islip students arrived back in classes on a warm Sept. 6, enjoying a terrific first day of school to start the educational year.

“Despite the incredible heat, the middle school students returned with great enthusiasm for the new school year,” said Principal William Brennen.

“JFK students enthusiastically started the new school year,” said Principal Deborah Smith. “Smiles and laughter once again filled the hallways as we welcomed our new third-graders as well as the returning fourth- and fifth-grade students. We look forward to all the wonderful learning that will take place this year.”

 

 

 

 

 

Jones Takes Over at RCK

Jones Takes Over at RCK

Janet Jones was recently named the new principal of Ruth C. Kinney Elementary School, replacing Hillary Bromberg.

Jones most recently served as the district’s K-12 math and science director. She previously worked as assistant principal at East Islip’s middle school and high school, as math and science director for North Babylon School District, and as a chemistry and biology teacher at Bayport High School.

She obtained her bachelor’s degree in biology from SUNY Oneonta, a master’s degree in education from Dowling College, and school district administrator and school administrator and supervisor certificates from Stony Brook University.

“I am honored and privileged to serve as the new principal of Ruth C. Kinney Elementary School,” said Jones, a resident of Great River. “Before joining RCK, I served in a variety of teaching and educational leadership roles over the past 23 years, including classroom teacher,
assistant principal and director of math and science. I am excited to begin this new chapter in my career. I look forward to building strong relationships with RCK staff, students, families and community members. My goal as principal is to guide, motivate and support our staff and students to reach their highest potentials, in a safe and nurturing environment.”


RCK Girl Scouts Send Cards and Cookies to Troops

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For their bronze award project, members of the Girl Scouts Troop 995 who attend RCK recently worked on a patriotic campaign to send cards and cookies to local American troops serving overseas, supported by school administration and Suffolk County Legislator Tom Cilmi.
Sunday, September 23, 2018