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Commack SD Summer Exploration Program

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The Commack School District will be offering the SCOPE Summer Explorations 2012 Program for Commack School District students in entering grades 1-6.
The Summer Explorations Program and the Summer Music Program will be held at Burr Intermediate School. Commack elementary students entering grades 1-6 may participate in our innovative Summer Explorations Program.
The Summer Exploration classes will […]

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Thank You For Your Service to Our Country

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What better way to enjoy the true meaning of Memorial Day than to give thanks for our freedom and thank those who have made it all possible. Atria Huntington, an Assisted Living Community hosted area veterans for a luncheon in their honor and invited Countrywood 2nd graders to help provide entertainment.  Ms. Karen Nicolino and […]

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Commack Car Wash For A Cause

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Commack students volunteered their time and talent to help a non-profit organization, the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF), by organizing and coordinating a car wash, held at Sunshine Physical Therapy in Commack. CAF provides opportunities and support to people with physical disabilities so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics.
The students found […]

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Whitman Boys Varsity Tennis Beats Bay Shore

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Congratulations boy’s wildcat varsity tennis in beating Bay Shore 6-1 in the 2nd round of the playoffs. Greg Linden and Derek Zadrozny defeated Will Hoffmann and James Glenn in first doubles 7-5, 4-6, 10-4 as No. 4 Whitman defeated No. 5 Bay Shore in a Suffolk quarterfinal. Whitman advances to play No. 1 Half Hollow […]

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Superintendent of Schools Responds To Fight On School Bus

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It was evident from the conversation that he was aware of the situation and addressing it. The district is taking this matter very seriously, he explained. School district officials are not permitted to discuss specifics with the public. Mr. Polansky wants to assure parents that he is addressing this situation.

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Cinema Arts Centre to Host Huntington H.S. Film Festival

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Huntington High School’s 3rd Annual Film Festival will put aspiring teenage filmmakers in the limelight. The Cinema Arts Centre will host the special evening on Tuesday, May 29 at 7 p.m. Tickets are not required. Entire families are welcome to attend. Admission is free.
A production of Huntington’s video club, the festival will include music videos, […]

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Commack Technology Students’ Inventiveness Wins Honors

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 Commack technology students earned three awards, including a first place award for $1000, at the 2012 High School Engineering & Technology Showcase Competition at New York Institute of Technology – Old Westbury Campus in April. The event is sponsored by New York Institute of Technology in partnership with Connect-To-Tech.
 
The Excellence in Engineering Award went to […]

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Big Turnout Expected for Blue Devil Soccer Alumni Game

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As word continues to spread about the Huntington High School boys’ soccer alumni game this Saturday (May 19), more and more former players are contacting Blue Devil head coach John Pagano and indicating they plan on suiting up for the 10 a.m. contest.
As many as 40 alumni players are expected to show-up for the game, […]

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A Gold Medal for Harborfields

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The Harborfields Central School District is proud to report that Harborfields High School has been awarded a gold medal in the U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools competition.  
This prestigious contest evaluates schools based upon college readiness, participation in Advanced Placement courses, and state proficiency standards. Based on these criteria, Harborfields has been […]

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Letter to South Huntington School District

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I would like to express my profound appreciation to the South Huntington school community for the overwhelming support in passing the 2012-2013 school budget. We are especially pleased to have it pass by a two-thirds majority in such difficult economic times. This is truly a vote of confidence—in our Board of Education, in our school system, and, most importantly, in our students.

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