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 On Tuesday, January 17, students of Oldfield Middle School in the Harborfields Central School District took part in the first round of the 24th annual National Geographic Bee, sponsored this year by Google.
Round one was a school-level competition in which students answered geographical questions orally. Eighth grader James Tully took first place in the school […]

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 In an hotly contested battle, Whitman’s Girls Basketball team beat rival Northport 48-41 in the Coaches vs Cancer Basketball game on Tuesday evening. With the score knotted at 11 ending the first quarter, Whitman’s defense allowed only 4 points to end the first half up by 11. “I thought the 2nd quarter was our most […]

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Harborfields School District, Washington Drive Primary School, in conjunction with the PTA Green Committee chaired by Jennifer Totten, has once again taken part in an exciting school-wide recycling program.  
Approximately four years ago, teacher Jacinta Pisano introduced the idea of collecting Capri Sun-type juice pouches and sending them to Terracycle, a company that upcycles them […]

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 Huntington High School Key Club Plans February 10th Talent Show to Help Local Leukemia Patient Kaila Harlan and Family.
The Huntington community has opened its hearts and its pocketbooks to help one of its own to pay for her uncovered medical bills.
Kaila Harlan, a 2009 graduate of Huntington High School, had just finished her second year of […]

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There is no way around the fact that 2012 promises to be a very challenging year for school districts across New York. The Huntington School District has sent residents a postcard inviting them to participate in a series of budget development sessions beginning January 30 and continuing through the winter and into the spring months.
“As […]

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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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