Huntington School Board members voted unanimously to approve an elementary reorganization plan, which will be phased in over the next two years and results in four buildings housing kindergarten through third grade and two intermediate schools enrolling grades
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Grace Kenny, a 6th grader at Woodhull Intermediate School, is a LI Math Scholar
Woodhull School sixth grader Grace Kenny has been named a Long Island Math Scholar. The youngster has also secured a seat in the Institute for Creative Problem Solving on the
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Following yesterday’s comments by New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) President Karen Magee, Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,I-South Huntington) said he would be in favor of creating a panel that would examine the
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The Long Island High School for the Arts (LIHSA) is an asset to the Long Island community, providing an elite education in various art forms to students that dream of becoming artists. This program is essential for high school students to prepare for a college education in the arts. No public high school has the
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Photo by Dix Hills Fire Department
At 7:52 a.m. on February 13, 2015, the Dix Hills Fire Department was activated for a
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Freddie Amato on the right.
A seventh grade student from Huntington will have the opportunity to show off his basketball skills on the
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Kaitlin Dayton, HHS senior, graduates with the class of 2015.
Kaitlin Dayton transferred to Woodhull Intermediate School as a sixth grader. She
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The following schools will have 2-hour delayed starts tomorrow: Cold Spring Harbor, Commack, Half Hollow Hills, Huntington, South Huntington. The following schools have 2-hour delayed starts plus no before school activities, and no AM Kindergarten, pre-K, or morning programs: Elwood, Harborfields.
The following schools within the Town Of Huntington are closed again on Wednesday, January 28: Cold Spring Harbor, Commack, Elwood, Half Hallow Hills, Harborfields, Huntington, Northport, and South Huntington.
The Superintendent James Polansky, Huntington School District #3, sent the following message: “This message is to inform you that as a matter of safety, Huntington
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