This Month in History- June

June 4, 1989- Unarmed protesters in Tienanmen Square in Beijing are shot down by Chinese troops. They are protesting Communism in China. About 300 people are killed and 1,000 are arrested. June 5, 1968- Senator Robert F. Kennedy is shot and mortally wounded in Los...

This Month in History- May

May 2, 2011- Osama bin Laden, who planned the September 11, 2001 attack on America, was killed by US Special Operation Forces when he was in his secret bunker in Afghanistan. May 6, 1527- The Renaissance ended when German troops...

This Month in History – April

Shannon Zeltmann took the time to browse through historical events that occurred in the month of April. Here are some of the most interesting tidbits she discovered: April 3, 1860- The Pony Express begins. It was created because there was...

This Month in History – March

Shannon Zeltmann took the time to browse through historical events that occurred in the month of March. Here are some of the most interesting tidbits she discovered: March 1, 1781- The Articles of the Confederation, the first ten amendments of...

Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive, and…Dodge!

Key Club is holding a dodgeball tournament on Thursday, February 16th at Riverhead High School in the Gymnasium. The tournament will begin at 3PM and end at 6PM.  Make sure to stop by and see it all go down!

Does Technology Really Help Kids?

Technology is something that has affected kids in many ways for years now. Yes, technology can help adolescents learn and communicate more, but it is also hindering social skills and learning in school is also affected. Kids who have...

National Honor Society Welcomes New Members

Every year, students are inducted into the National Honor Society. This year was no exception with 36 juniors inducted by their senior peers. Although the initial requirement is to have a 90.0 weighted GPA, the students must have twenty...

The Art of Studying

One of the hardest things to do as a student is to learn how to study. Studying is important even for the best of students. There are many ways to study and not all of the methods will work...

8th Grade Journalism Gives Back

Remembering Veterans and Children in the Hospital During the Holidays The 8th  grade Journalism and Social Media classes gave back and wrote to veterans and children in the hospital during the holidays. An 8th grader named Sam came up with...

From Riverhead to Runway

Recently, a talented young lover of fashion named Chris Russo (senior at Riverhead High School) gained entrance onto the television show Project Runway: Junior. Along with eleven other young, talented fashion designers, Chris will compete to win a variety...