Ever since the Hurricane Sandy, the Old Inlet Breach has been changing each season. It could look completely different within 24 hours! Here is an update and several pictures along with a video… Breach is about 60 yards wide at its lowest point Photos: E. NollRead More Old Inlet Breach
Our 2019 Smith Point Lifeguard training course starts on Saturday 3/16/2019 from 1pm-4pm at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood. Please arrive 15 minutes early to process your paperwork. Candidates will need to bring : ID with their date of birth on it plus swimming and running attire. There will be no fee for this course. […]Read More Smith Point Lifeguard training course dates announced
Mariusz Borkowski named the 2018 NYS AHPERD Suffolk Zone, Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year.
January 17th, 2019. From L to R, Toni Borkowski, Mariusz Borkowski and Mr. and Mrs. Borkowski (West Sayville Country Club) The Teacher of the Year Award honors individuals for excellence in teaching and overall performance in the disciplines of physical education at the elementary, middle, and secondary levels, adapted physical education, health education at the […]Read More Mariusz Borkowski named the 2018 NYS AHPERD Suffolk Zone, Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year.
You don’t really need to call it a “Super Blood Wolf Moon.” A total lunar eclipse over Lucerne, Switzerland, last summer. The only total lunar eclipse of 2019 will be visible on Sunday night in North and South America.CreditCreditChristian Merz/KEYSTONE, via Associated Press By Nicholas St. Fleur Jan. 20, 2019 Skygazers across the Western Hemisphere will […]Read More The Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: How to Watch It Tonight
(Image: Na Kama Kai) January 15, 2019 at 1:41 PM HST – Updated January 15 at 1:43 PM HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Hawaiian Airlines and a Hawaii non-profit have teamed up to raise awareness about ocean safety among visitors with new in-flight videos. Nā Kama Kai is an Oahu based non-profit dedicated to connecting keiki with […]Read More New Hawaiian Airlines in-flight video offers ocean safety message
May 2019 bring all of us—Good Health, Love, Justice, Equality, Peace, Happiness, Prosperity, and Compassion!Read More May 2019 bring all of us—Good Health, Love, Justice, Equality, Peace, Happiness, Prosperity, and Compassion!
Former Sayville star quarterback throws touchdown pass, adds rushing TD in 35-3 win over Miami at Yankee Stadium. In front of many well-wishers from Sayville and elsewhere on Long Island, Sayville native Jack Coan was 6-for-11 for 73 yards with one interception as the starting quarterback in the Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium on Thursday. […]Read More LI’s Jack Coan, Wisconsin win big in Pinstripe Bowl
(Photo: Getty Images) Jeff Potrykus, Milwaukee Journal SentinelPublished 1:01 p.m. CT Nov. 14, 2018 | Updated 10:56 p.m. CT Nov. 14, 2018 MADISON – Getting an accurate read on Jack Coan’s emotional state is near impossible. Those who know Wisconsin’s backup quarterback say he is a tenacious competitor who has always masked his emotions. Steady. Focused. […]Read More Whether as an ocean lifeguard or UW’s quarterback, Jack Coan maintains his poise
Hard-hitting linebacker honored as Suffolk’s top defensive player. By Gregg Sarra email@example.com @Gregg_Sarra Updated December 3, 2018 10:30 PM The Rob Burnett Award was presented to Sayville’s Aiden Kaler on Monday at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Photo Credit: George A. Faella The moment was unforgettable. Early this season, two of Long Island’s most talented players met for the […]Read More Sayville’s Aidan Kaler wins Burnett Award
Hello Smith Point Alumni, fans, family and friends, The purpose of this page is to bring all of the Smith Point Alumni, young and seasoned, tall and short, living on Long Island or California or elsewhere together… Each summer, every-single one of us has a story to tell … how Smith Point changed you, helped […]Read More Smith Point Lifeguards … the beginnings.