If you don't want more days of study hall instead of high school courses; more $95,000 "specialists"; stymied contract negotiations; lack of paper and copy machines for teachers' instructional use; more promotions of inexperienced managers; outdated and tattered textbooks; whimsical fiscal reporting and the mounting costs of consultants and consulting firms; and politics over education . . . Then take Riverhead school back! Attend school board meetings! Replace (not duplicate) incumbent school board members! Or don't complain about your taxes.