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New Eagle Scout Jeremy Bombace

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LUPINACCI CONGRATULATES LOCAL EAGLE SCOUT

Eagle Scout Jeremy Bombace with Assemblyman Lupinacci

            Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I-South Huntington) recently joined Boy Scout Troop 34 in celebrating the accomplishments of their newest Eagle Scout, Jeremy Bombace. Jeremy, a freshman at Pennsylvania State University, is a graduate of Walt Whitman High School in Huntington Station.
            “I was proud […]

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Stand Up for Suzanne Honored

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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many of us on Long Island and in the South Huntington community have had a loved one affected by this disease. Stimson students and staff wore pink on Friday, October 14, 2016 and on that one day they raised $1,000.  The monies were donated to “Stand Up […]

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“Tutoring For A Cause”
Noah Helburn, a junior and honors student at Huntington High School, has launched a tutoring service in which he tutors third through eighth graders in science, math and social studies.  Noah tutors in exchange for a suggested donation of $20 per hour of tutoring given directly to Toys of Hope, a 501 […]

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Congratulations on a big win at the US Bands competition on Saturday night, October 22, 2016. This is the second consecutive year that the Wildcat Marching Band has brought home a State Championship.
“Bravo to all these young musicians who have worked so diligently to achieve this most prestigious title,” said Jackie Tartaro in this week’s Superintendents […]

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Thank You Stimson Community

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As many of you are aware, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Many of us on Long Island and here in the South Huntington community have had a loved one affected by this disease.  To honor those lives impacted and to support research, all Stimson students and staff wore pink on Friday, October 14, […]

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Renowned children’s author Anika Denise visited Maplewood Intermediate School this week. Ms. Denise is the author of several critically acclaimed books for young readers, including her latest, “Monster Trucks,” which Publishers Weekly pronounced, “a mash up made in heaven” in a recent starred review.
Ms. Denise discussed the ins and outs of book writing, illustrating, and […]

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New York School Bus Contractors Association Supports National School Bus Safety Week:  Members Holding School Bus Safety Events Throughout New York State
 
The New York School Bus Contractors Association joins with the National Association for Pupil Transportation and the National School Transportation Association in supporting National School Bus Safety Week, an annual event promoting school bus […]

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The South Huntington School community officially cut the ribbon on the grand opening of their newly renovated Walt Whitman High School track. This state-of-the art competitive, interscholastic facility, installed by our good friends at The LandTek Group, was made possible through a generous grant provided by Senator Carl Marcellino.
On a recent picture perfect morning, Senator […]

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Oakwood Primary Center Principal Eileen Kerrigan has some great news to share about her standout second-grader Preston Park.  On October 1, 2016 Preston won the 2016 United States Taekwondo Festival & Open Championship held in Essex, Maryland.

Preston won 1st Place in Olympic style sparring Taekwondo and 1st Place in Poomsae (Form).  The United States Olympic […]

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The spirit of community service was in full force recently as the generous members of the United Way teamed up with Huntington Coach and volunteers to donate a busload of school supplies for our South Huntington children.  There was a special feeling of cooperation in the air at Stimson Middle School as students from the […]

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