Isabella Scuteri is a senior at Patchogue-Medford High School with a passion for writing, as the editor-in-chief of The Red and Black newspaper. She also is a fashionista; an AP scholar student; a …
That Dr. Donna Jones accepted the Patchogue-Medford Board of Education vote with measured grace was just another example of her accomplished skill set. Jones, the assistant superintendent of …
There were no injuries reported and students were sent home.
Pat-Med’s new CTE law enforcement and computer tech classes off to a great start
The law removes religious exemptions for required vaccinations for public school students
Angels of Long Island will host a back-to-school drive with clothing and supplies
Seasoned parents give advice on how to set your child up for success as they start school
Pat-Med gears up for school year with CTE, playgrounds and soon, a greenhouse.
Change in vaccination law now restricts religious exemption and important back to school dates to save
Marcus Stroman, of Medford, will come home to play for the New York Mets after his stint in Toronto
Local woman bakes and raffles pies for scholarship fund in honor of late Pat-Med student Analiese Jackson Klein. Aspiring music teacher and recent Pat-Med grad Fayth Gessner was the first to be awarded.
The last five Saturdays, six Patchogue-Medford seniors and juniors and members of the National Art Honor Society joined together with two teachers to restore the Hans Gabli mural at Furman Square in Patchogue Village.
Pat-Med’s top three students all accumulated over 103 grade point averages and will be attending prestigious schools.
Budgets passed in all three districts and candidates were elected to the boards of education.
The Patchogue-Medford School District will hold their annual budget and candidate vote on Tuesday, May 21. Both incumbents Teresa Baldinucci and Thomas Donofrio are running uncontested for two open seats on the board.
Michael Hynes resigned from his post as superintendent at Patchogue-Medford effective July.
The Patchogue-Medford Hall of Fame inducted 13 individuals and the 1967 varsity football team as the organization’s Class of 2019. Roughly 250 people attended the ceremony Friday night in the Patchogue-Medford High School auditorium.
Since the establishment of the tax cap in New York State, the average ask from school districts has decreased sharply, giving a different picture than a world without a limit.
- Pat-Med budget rises by 3.16 percent at a total cost of $255.78 per average household per year. Prop 2 includes $2.5M expenditure for upgrades.