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Suffolk County Police have arrested a Walt Whitman High School teacher who had an inappropriate relationship with one of his students in Huntington Station.
Special Victims Section detectives began an investigation into the conduct of a Walt Whitman High School teacher and discovered that he was having an inappropriate relationship with one of his 16-year-old female […]

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This is an exceptional year for Walt Whitman graduates. But the story behind the story may well be that we have an unprecedented number of Eagle Scouts graduating on June 24th. Missing the national record by only one, presently held in Texas with an even dozen, Walt Whitman is graduating eleven exceptional Eagle Scouts who […]

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50 years later, relatives and friends remember two 10-year-old boys who drowned in sump adjacent to Alfred Walker Park
          Huntington Station – Family and friends gathered May 13 at the Town of Huntington’s Alfred Walker Park to dedicate a bench in memory of two 10-year-old boys who died exactly 50 years before when they […]

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The Huntington Town Board, at its May 9 meeting, honored 20 local high school seniors who excel in both academics and athletics at the annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Ceremony.
Each of the winners – one male and one female from each of the 10 high schools in the Town — had been selected by their school, which […]

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Winning teens join poets Steven Licardi, Kate Kelly and John A. Brennan in April 26, 2017 reading at Walt Whitman Birthplace
 
The Huntington Town Board recently recognized 16 teen poets from the community selected for participation in the Town’s Poetry for the HART Public Art Initiative, with the winners receiving certificates signed by members of the Huntington […]

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The Huntington Young Republicans launched their Student of the Month Program in February 2017 to help engage local high school students in the process of politics and government. In April, the organization recognized two students: Leigh McDermott and Victoria Thurer.
Leigh McDermott is a freshman at Portledge High School in Locust Valley, and resides in Cold Spring Harbor. Over […]

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On April 2, 2017 the Walt Whitman High School Indoor Color Guard competed in the USBands Indoor Championships at South Brunswick High School in Monmouth Junction, NJ. The ensemble placed 1st and won the title of 2017 Scholastic Novice Color Guard Champions. This year’s show was entitled “Rise Up”. It included music from Andra Day and was accompanied by a […]

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Preston Park, a 2nd-grader at Oakwood Primary Center in South Huntington, won two gold medals at the Pan American Taekwondo Union sanctioned event that was part of the World Open Taekwondo Championships, in Portland, Oregon in March.  More than 1,400 athletes around the world participated in the 2017 US World Open Taekwondo Championships.
Preston has won […]

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Join us in celebrating the  art work of students from our JOURNEY program high schools. 
Cold Spring Harbor, Harborfields, Huntington, Northport-East Northport, Plainview/Old Bethpage and South Huntington. 
 
Featuring a poetry reading by Allison Magnus Harborfields High School 
and Jesse Stickell Huntington High School
 
This is a free event, all are welcome to attend
Main Street Gallery – 213 Main Street – […]

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The Alfred Van Loen Gallery at the South Huntington Library
is pleased to exhibit the work of Ginger Balizer-Hendler, Rosanne Ebner, Puneeta Mittal, Nancy Yoshii, April 29 – June 1,2017 with the reception Saturday April 29th, 2017 2-4pm.
 
In 2013, a group of six women — four born in the US, one in England and one in […]

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