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The Town of Riverhead has a population of approximately 33,500 and is located on the eastern end of Long Island ("East End") in Suffolk County, 70 miles from NYC.

The Atlantis Aquarium Facility is both a popular tourist site and a partner in education for the local schools. In addition, the LI Science Museum, Suffolk County Historical Society, the East End Arts Center, the Riverhead Free Library, and Cornell Cooperative Extension are popular partners in learning.

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Superintendent Nancy Carney

Dear Families, Thank you for your continued support of our schools and programs. The Board of Education and I are deeply grateful that the community voted Yes on Proposition 1 of the Bond Referendum that passed on October 11, 2011. This proposition ensures that the community's assets are maintained and that our students and staff will have safe and up-to-date learning environments as we move forward. We will update you on a regular basis at our Board of Education meetings and on our website of the progress and timeline for implementation.


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Superintenent Nancy Carney.

Dear Families,

Thank you for your continued support of our schools and programs. The Board of Education and I are deeply grateful that the community voted Yes on Proposition 1 of the Bond Referendum that passed on October 11, 2011. This proposition ensures that the community's assets are maintained and that our students and staff will have a safe and up-to-date learning environment.

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Nevada is a wise investment

Unlike buying a new car or expensive computer, a college education will most likely start to pay you back for every minute and penny you put into it.

Because Nevada believes cost should not be a barrier to education, the university has some of the most competitive tuition rates in the country. Nevada also offers access to several million dollars in scholarships.

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Davidson Mathematics and Science Center

The Nevada campus says it all

The most unexpected part of Nevada may be its beautiful 124-year-old Reno campus overlooking the Sierra Nevada.

The campus is a mix of living history, from nineteenth century Morrill Hall, which sits on an elm-tree-lined grassy quadrangle, to the technologically savvy Davidson Math and Science Center, Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center and Joe Crowley student union, all built in the last five years.

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This is the law of the jungle...

Those words from Rudyard Kipling's "The Second Jungle Book," start a verse that captures the essence of Nevada Wolf Pack athletics.

With 18 varsity teams competing in the always unpredictable Western Athletic Conference, Nevada students have front-row seats to exciting NCAA-Division I athletics, often watching the Pack compete in the postseason.

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An unparalleled environment

Located at the base of the Sierra Crest in the Truckee Meadows, Reno's outdoor recreation possibilities are unlimited. Lake Tahoe is only about a 40-minute drive west from downtown Reno, offering opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, and camping. Pyramid Lake and the Black Rock Desert - home to the annual counter-culture festival, "Burning Man" - are only about an hour's drive to the east.

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