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Week in Review: School News Again Tops Week's Headlines

A look back at what happened this week in Three Village.

Week in Review: School News Again Tops Week's Headlines

BOE Expects to Adopt New Budget Next Week. As its deadline to adopt a revised budget approaches, the Three Village school board has added a May 29 meeting as it waits for the administration to prepare prioritized options for budget cuts. The school board is expected to work through the original budget and formally adopt a revised budget at that meeting. to read the full story.

Parents to BOE: Preserve Our Full Day Kindergarten. Throngs of parents – some of them educators themselves – were among hundreds of people who showed up at Tuesday night's standing-room-only Board of Education meeting, with speakers imploring the school board to maintain the program rather than reduce it to a half-day program in the wake of budget negotiations following the . to read the full story.

Cops: E. Setauket Woman Injured in DWI Crash. An East Setauket woman was sent to the hospital shortly after midnight on Wednesday and suffered serious injuries after police say a drunk driver slammed into her car. to read the full story.

Angela's House Breaks Ground in Stony Brook. Angela's House on Monday broke ground on Stony Brook Road in Stony Brook for its third location. Its first two, in East Moriches and Smithtown, opened in 2000 and 2005, respectively. Each facility is home to eight children and is staffed by two nurses. Proximity to was a factor in the choice of location this time around. to read the full story.

Port Jeff Station Man Found Lying on the Ground, Later Arrested. A Port Jefferson Station man who was found lying on the ground on Friday was later arrested on charges of harassment and resisting arrest. James McGrane, 42, was found lying on the ground near in Stony Brook by a passerby who called 911. to read the full story.

Ward Melville Girls Headed to County Lacrosse Championship Game. It was only on Monday that the Ward Melville girls' lacrosse team broke what its coach was calling the Now, the team is headed to the Suffolk Division I lacrosse championship game for the first time since it last won the title in 2007. to read the full story.

Ward Melville Boys Roll in Lacrosse Quarterfinal. The Smithtown East boys' lacrosse team came into the game against Ward Melville on Tuesday with hopes of making up for its 14-2 loss to Ward Melville on May 4. But the Patriots started off with a 4-0 lead over the Bulls that turned into a 12-5 win and a trip to the Division I semifinals. to read the full story.

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