The cafeteria at Riverhead High School was packed full of parents and students on Oct. 25 as the Riverhead School District kicked off its Parent University series by hosting a Family Fun Night Community Expo.
During the well-attended, free event, attendees learned more about high school and middle school club offerings from club members. Also, represented at the expo were local organizations, including the community library, police agencies, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.
In addition to exploring the extracurricular offerings that students can participate in, the expo featured raffles and craft activities that were led by middle and high school students.
The Riverhead Central School District Parent University series aims to connect parents with school and community resources and provide information related to challenges parents may face. Later this year, the district will be offering several workshops and seminars featuring a variety of speakers.