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HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 7, '14

H-ton Filmmakers Win LI Media Arts Show Honors

Juniors Samantha Carroll and Olivia Liepa are really good young filmmakers. The two Huntington High School students earned...

Huntington School Board Notes

Superintendent of Schools James W. Polansky gave a public presentation last Monday night in the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School...

H-ton Girls’ Track Outruns Harborfields

A day after a freak spring snowstorm, the Huntington High School girls’ track and field team was on fire, outrunning visiting...

Spotlight on Huntington Photographer
Jane Anne Donovan

Jane Anne Donovan is a creative teenager that puts her ideas and energy to good use. The Huntington High School senior is an exceptional young photographer who has produced stunning work. Her photos offer viewers a delightful interlude in their lives....continue story>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 8, '14

Trustees Adopt Proposed Budget for 2014/15

Huntington School Board completed weeks of public meetings this past Monday night by adopting a proposed budget to fund district...

Jefferson School’s Top Scientists Honored

This year’s Jefferson Primary School science fair produced plenty of excitement among students, who developed countless interesting projects that delved into an assortment of research areas.

Blue Devil Boys’ Race Past Harborfields

Exayvian Crowell won three individual events to pace the Huntington High School boys’ track and field team as the Blue Devils raced past Harborfields, 98-43 in a Suffolk League V meet.

Devildroids Prep for FIRST Robotics Championships

In their first year of competition, the Huntington High School Devildroids robotics team has earned a berth in the FIRST championships at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, April 23-26...full story>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 9, '14

QuackerJack Visits Southdown School

Southdown Primary School second graders have been invited to sing two songs at the Long Island Ducks game on Tuesday, May 6...

Washington Science Fair is Fascinating

This year’s science fair at Washington Primary School was an event that made everyone in the building feel good. It was exciting to see...

Blue Devil Sports News

Emilie Pugliese is in the midst of a fantastic college lacrosse season for High Point University. The 2011 Huntington High School alum...

Koulakova’s Work on Exhibit at Heckscher Museum

Ekaterina Koulakova has a very special talent. The Huntington High School sophomore is so good that she’s one of only 85 high school artists to be chosen by the Heckscher Museum to display their work at this year’s Long Island Best exhibit...full article>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 10, '14

Public Invited to Learn More about Budget

Now that Huntington School Board members have adopted a proposed budget to fund district operations during the 2014/15 school...

Sarah Gordon Thrives at SUNY Oneonta

Sarah Gordon is thriving at SUNY Oneonta, where the Huntington High School Class of 2012 member is a sophomore. She’s doing...

Finley Girls’ Basketball-7 Wins Three Games

It was a learning experience for the J. Taylor Finley Middle School girls’ basketball-7 team. The Falcons finished the winter season with...

Hajny’s Artwork on Display at Heckscher Museum

Senior Kathryn Hajny is one of Huntington High School graphic arts teacher Kasmira Mohanty’s prized pupils. The teenager has one of her most interesting pieces of art on display in the Long Island’s Best exhibit at the Heckscher Museum...full article>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 11, '14

Huntington School Briefs

To celebrate Black History and Women’s History months, students in Flower Hill School teacher Claudia Mingin’s class read a variety of books...

Flower Hill Students of the Month Recognized

Regardless of how young or old they might be, one thing is certain; kids enjoy being recognized for a job well done. That’s certainly the case...

Greenhill & Moss Lead Finley Girls’ Volleyball

Eighth graders Emma Greenhill and Rachel Moss led the J. Taylor Finley Middle School girls’ volleyball team this past winter.

LoTurco Advances to LI Math Fair Finals

He’s well-known as one of Suffolk’s finest high school golfers, but Justin LoTurco is a scholar, too. The Huntington High School junior is a math whiz who has qualified for this year’s Long Island Math Fair finals at Hofstra next month...read more >>