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Four Huntington UFSD officials now have Twitter pages.

November 17, 2017

Want even more information about the Huntington UFSD than you already have access to on the district’s website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages and YouTube channel? Follow one or more of the Twitter pages maintained by four different district administrators.

Superintendent James W. Polansky, J. Taylor Finley Middle School Principal John Amato, Southdown Primary School Principal Scott Oshrin and Jefferson Primary School Principal Valerie Capitulo-Saide are all tweeting out items regularly.

The Twitter pages of each can be found via the following hot links or can be easily followed from a person’s own Twitter page. It’s free to create and utilize a Twitter account.

The four officials can be found at:

Superintendent James W. Polansky:
Finley Principal John Amato:
Southdown Principal Scott Oshrin:
Jefferson Principal Valerie Capitulo-Saide:

Twitter or tweeting has been described by media tech writer Paul Gil as “broadcasting daily short burst messages to the world, with the hope that your messages are useful and interesting to someone. In other words, microblogging.”

Twitter has about 330 active monthly users making it one of the most utilized social media platforms in the world.

Still not completely tuned into the Huntington UFSD’s online presence? Log onto the district’s website at and scroll down to the bottom left of the homepage. You will find links to Huntington UFSD’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube pages.

Everyone is invited to follow the Huntington School District on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. All of these platforms can be accessed from desktops, laptops, mobile phones, tablets, etc.

Electronic devices can also be pre-programmed with the following links:

• To locate the district’s Facebook page, copy and paste this link into your browser:
• To find the district’s Twitter page go to
• You can follow Huntington’s Instagram page by visiting
• You can subscribe to the district’s YouTube channel by visiting