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South Huntington SD will hold a Meet the Candidates Night on Wednesday, May 2nd at 7:30PM in the South Cafeteria at Walt Whitman High School.
A more detailed bio on each candidate will be available on that night. There are 3 vacancies to fill and 4 residents running to fill those vacancies.

Linda LaCara

For the past 6 […]

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According to sources at South Huntington School District A contractor doing work for the District hide an Iphone to take video in a restroom at Countrywood Elementary school was arrested Wednesday April 25th.

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Huntington SD BOE Candidates

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Five candidates will be on the ballot when Huntington School District residents go to the polls on Tuesday, May 15 to fill three seats on the School Board. Voting will be held at Huntington High School from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Tom DiGiacomo, Bill Dwyer, Xavier Palacios, Emily Rogan and Susan Tully are all out […]

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As many of you know the South Huntington districts website is something out of the 1st year of the web, circa Al Gore. So the district put out an RFP and hired a firm to update it and showed us what it will look like. The cutover will be Thursday into Friday depending on the new site propagating across the internet dns servers. See below what your new site is going to look like over the next few days. This will be a big boost and service to the district residence.

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The first class from South Huntington’s Parent University “graduated” Friday night, and the community couldn’t have been prouder. It was a great opportunity to sharpen the skills we all need to have in order to take on life’s most important and demanding pursuit: raising successful children. 
 
Dr. Pedro Noguera, the evening keynote speaker and a nationally renowned expert on building partnerships between […]

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The Junior Science and Humanities Symposia Program invites high school students to submit a paper on an original research investigation in the sciences, engineering, or mathematics, and to participate in the Long Island Regional Symposium at Stony Brook University (SUNY) held annually in March. This year, 226 projects were entered, and 70 students were selected […]

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The National Council of Teachers of English has recognized Walt Whitman’s student literary magazine, Xanadu, with an Award of Excellence. This year’s award is based on a book created last spring that features poetry, other writings, and art work created by Whitman students. Xanadu editors put together their award-winning entry on a shoestring budget—think black-and-white […]

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Several weeks of interesting study culminated for students with the annual Woodhull Intermediate School science fair in the Huntington school district. The event featured a horde of well-presented projects that delved into dozens of different areas that captured the attention of fellow students, teachers and parents.
Students displayed their projects in the gym, which allowed all […]

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Students of the Harborfields Central School District, including Monique Keith Golding’s second-grade class at Washington Drive Primary School and Augustino Rettino’s and Susan Turrini’s fifth-grade classes at Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School, “filled buckets” and candy bags in collaboration with the Harborfields Alliance for Community Outreach (HACO).
The students worked diligently to create approximately 300 greeting […]

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On April 17, at 7:00 pm, South Huntington Against Drugs is sponsoring an informative program. Dr. Stephen Dewey who is a Neuroscientist at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research at North Shore -LIJ will discuss important topics for parents.

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