The district announced yesterday that it will hold a special school board meeting, to include a public forum, on Nov. 10, related to the transportation proposal.
Seven trees have been removed from the hill at Pierson Middle and High Schools after being deemed hazardous. Two school officials said there is a plan to replace them.
Dillon Kab’s first project was Ties for a Cure to benefit the Max Cure Foundation, which supports pediatric cancer patients and their families at the Stony Brook University Cancer Center.
Dillon Kab, center, is pictured with Dr. Laura Hogan, a specialist in hematology, oncology, and pediatrics, and Richard Plotkin, founder of the Max Cure Foundation, at Stony Brook University Hospital.