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Walt Whitman senior Omar Ramos and his science partner from Commack High School Ryan VonHoff won two awards at the LI Science and Engineering Fair (LISEF) round 2 on March 23rd. 2017. LISEF promotes three science research fairs each year that are extremely successful and professional events.  Our duo won honorable mention and the USMA […]

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              Elwood-John H. Glenn High School seniors David Hermanns, Derek Lee, Kris Kwan and Tony Maraciullo recently took part in the Charles Duggan Long Island Science and Engineering Fair (LISEF) at Crest Hollow Country Club.
              The competition allowed students to present their advanced high school projects to professionals in their subject areas from local universities, […]

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Town’s energy efforts make it eligible to apply for $250,000 in state funding
 
            The Town of Huntington has earned a Clean Energy Community designation, making the Town eligible to apply for $250,000 in state funding that can be applied to future energy projects.
            The designation is part of the statewide […]

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St. Joseph’s College FREE Intermediate Computer Finance Class 6 pm-7:30 pm (January 12th – March 9th – space still available)

February 8, 2017 –  Community Conversation 6 pm-8 pm

 

February 10, 2017 – Veteran Services Day: VETERANS ONLY 10 AM-3 PM

February 16, 2017 – The Town of Huntington Celebrates Black History at Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School, Huntington Station 7 pm

 

February 21, 2017 – Carecen: Pathways to Citizenship – Appointments ONLY 9 am -1:30 […]

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Four Stimson students, representing their Middle School STEAM Club, won an award at the recently held Future City Competition. Stimson’s STEAM club worked to design both a virtual and physical city with the goal of participating in the NYC competition on January 21, 2017. After being judged by a team of engineers, the STEAM Club’s creation earned the […]

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Below you will find services, events and training courses for the month of January on-site at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center.
In case you can not open the attached documents, they are as follows:

St. Joseph’s College Math Class – Thursday, January 12 to Thursday, February 9, 2017.  Class meets only on Thursday evenings from 6 pm […]

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Project is aimed at reducing 80 percent of stormwater pollution entering harbor from Town beach

          The Town of Huntington recently completed construction of a rain garden bioswale at Centerport Beach, a project aimed at filtering 80 percent of the stormwater runoff there that has been polluting Centerport Harbor.
          The $276,210 project, […]

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              Elwood Middle School proudly hosted one of the VEX IQ competitions on Dec. 15, 2016. The event was the largest one to date on Long Island as the school welcomed 30 different robot teams from eight different schools and organizations.
              Presented by the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation, the event challenged teams of students […]

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            Students at Northport High School heard from guest speakers about plastic pollution and waterways on Nov. 21, 2016. Hosted by the school’s Environment Team, a program that focuses on the interactions of human culture and the natural world, the lecture featured Executive Director for Citizens Campaign for the Environment (CCE) Adrienne Esposito and Suffolk […]

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Elwood Middle School students in Mr. Matthew McGuire’s technology class recently  participated in an engaging lesson about energy sources and created their own wind turbines. The project was made possible due to an Elwood Education Endowment grant that the technology department received last year.                                             
The seventh-grade students formed groups and researched wind turbines before designing […]

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