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Huntington District Eyes Technology Replacement Plan

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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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Silas Wood Student Has Art Featured in New Calendar

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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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Whitman Senior Blood Drive a Success

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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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Huntington SD Switches Investments for Interest

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 Low interest rates are having an impact on all investors, even big institutional ones like the Huntington School District, which recently moved its trust and agency scholarship accounts out of New York CLASS and into JP Morgan.
“For well over 15 years, the Huntington School District has been an active participant in the New York CLASS […]

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Whitman Wins Gugliotta Opener

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Led by Whitman senior Danyal Cheema (14 pts) and junior Kevin Forland (15 pts), Walt Whitman had no trouble dispatching Hauppauge 63-31 in the second game of the opening round of the Frank Gugliotta Memorial Basketball Tournament on Tuesday evening. Ahead 22-0 at the end of the first period, 34-17 in the 2nd period, and […]

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Act Of Kindness

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Suffolk County Legislator Jon Cooper presents a proclamation to Meghan Murphy, a fifth grader at Pulaski Road School in East Northport, in recognition of her selfless act of kindness in donating 12 inches of her hair to “Locks of Love.”  This non-profit organization provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada […]

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Huntington Music Teacher To Conduct All County Division

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Frank Battista is a special kind of music teacher. The J. Taylor Finley Middle School community already knows this. He will soon earn even more admirers after being selected to conduct the All-County Division I West band for Nassau County.
The concert will be held on Sunday, January 8, 2012 at 4 p.m. at The Tilles […]

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Huntington H.S. Senior Earns National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award

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Brandon Fiordelisi is a Huntington High School senior who was a key player for the Blue Devil football team. He’s one of the Class of 2012’s best students, too. The combination of brains and brawn earned the teenager a National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award.
Fiordelisi picked up the honor last weekend at the NFF’s annual brunch at […]

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Woodhull Students Visit DNA Learning Center in Cold Spring Harbor

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 It’s fun to watch kids get excited about learning. When 36 fifth grade SEARCH program students from Woodhull Intermediate School traveled to the DNA Learning Center in Cold Spring Harbor for a day of exploration and experimentation, plenty of intellectual fire power was put on display.
The youngsters have been immersed in a 16-week unit on […]

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 A new state law that caps increases in property tax levies could require more than $1.5 million in future spending cuts in the Huntington School District, according to a recent in-depth presentation by district executives.
Superintendent James W. Polansky and Assistant Superintendent David H. Grackin utilized a PowerPoint presentation to explain the intricacies of the tax […]

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