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 The Harborfields Central School District’s Music and Art Department is pleased to announce the selection of fourteen student string players from grades five through twelve, representing Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School, Oldfield Middle School and Harborfields High School as participants in the 2012 Long Island String Festival Association (LISFA) honors string ensembles. The fourteen LISFA […]

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Two outstanding students from the Town of Huntington have been named finalists in the prestigious Intel Science Competition.

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Walt Whitman’s driver education instructor, Mr. Samuel Levant, goes to all lengths to impress upon his students the dangers of distracted driving, with special attention to texting. Students recently watched a short film clip during which Alex Brown’s parents described what it was like to discover the wreckage of their car and tragedy of the […]

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A Huntington High School senior, Juliana Coraor was named an Intel Science Talent Search semi-finalist, elevating her into the ranks of America’s elite young minds. “I am really honored,” the teenager said in her typically humble way. “It’s flattering.”
Ms. Coraor conducted research for the Intel competition in a lab at Stony Brook University, where she has […]

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 The music department of Harborfields High School in the Harborfields Central School District is proud to announce the selection of 62 of its most accomplished student-musicians from grades five through ten to the 2012 Suffolk County Music Educators Association All-County Honors Music Organizations. For a small district like Harborfields, this is an important acknowledgement and […]

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Huntington Foundation Gala

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The Huntington Foundation knows how to party. The organization, which has done so much to support quality public school education, held its 19th annual gala last Friday night at The Woodlands, a former Gold Coast mansion, raising thousands of dollars for innovative classroom programs and honoring one of the district’s most beloved faculty members.
A crowd […]

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Honoring Courtney O’Bryan

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The Huntington High School girls’ basketball program never forgets one of their own. The Blue Devils will honor Courtney O’Bryan, retiring the cherished player’s No. 11 uniform number and celebrating her life on Thursday night, January 19th at 5:30 p.m. during pre-game ceremonies in Louis D. Giani Gym.
Ms. O’Bryan, who was a freshman at Penn State […]

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 As time and technology moves forward, the Huntington School District doesn’t want to be left behind. So, district officials are considering a four year plan to replace desktop computers and printers in every school buildings and the administrative complex.
The multi-year plan has been circulated among central office administrators and presented to Huntington School Board members. […]

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Now that the New Year has begun, time to recycle last year’s calendar. And what better way to recognize the importance of reduce, reuse, and recycle than to hang up the new 2012 New York Recycles Calendar. Or, better yet, you can download the new calendar and view it on your computer.

Of special note this […]

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Walt Whitman seniors held their first Blood Drive recently and continued their successful tradition by collecting 99 pints. The following senior blood drive captains all promoted the event and worked the South Gym, helping at the various stations assisting donors: Jackie Leogrande, Emily Samuels, Samantha Delle, Danielle Saccente, Anthony Campanella, Morgan Geiser, Taylor O’Toole, Jillian […]

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