In early March, fourth graders at Edward J. Bosti Elementary school wowed their families, teachers and fellow students with a ballroom dancing performance. This impressive show was a culmination of 10 weeks of practicing the meringue, fox trot, rumba, swing, tango and waltz in their physical education classes through a partnership with nonprofit organization “Dancing Classrooms,” which promotes social-emotional learning through dance.
Cuomo released Executive Order 202.13 (hereinafter “Executive Order”),
which postpones “until at least June 1, 2020” all school district
elections scheduled to take place in April or May, including the annual
budget votes and school board elections, originally scheduled for May
19, 2020.1 It also similarly postpones any library board or village
elections scheduled to take place in April or May. The Executive Order
further states that all such elections “are subject to further directive
as to the timing, location or manner of voting for such elections.”
addition, the Executive Order postpones the “circulation, filing and
collection” of any nominating petitions for any office that would
otherwise be circulated or filed pursuant to the Education Law or
Election Law, i.e. nominating petitions for school board candidates.
The Executive Order does not address when and what process will be
directed following the postponement.
Please see below for more information.
Emergency Worker Families who need child care:
Child care available for emergency workers at Connetquot School District.
School-aged child care at Cherokee Street Elementary School, run by SCOPE. Please see registration materials at https://www.scopeonline.us/
Birth-4 year old child care, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (646) 926-3784