The Huntington School District has maintained a Workers’ Compensation reserve fund since June 30, 2004. The fund is used to pay claims related to medical expenses and self-insurance administrative costs. It cannot be used to pay for Workers’ Compensation insurance premiums.
Longtime Huntington teacher Donna Moro has been appointed to serve as principal of Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School. The veteran educator immediately began final preparations for the new school year, meeting with teachers, parents and students and handling an assortment of details that run the gamut of building operations.
When classes resume early next month, five new English and health teachers will be working with Huntington School District students. The Huntington School Board approved the appointments during a public meeting on August 1.
Jill Johanson has joined the Huntington School District’s faculty team. The veteran educator was named chairperson of elementary grade level STEM. Trustees approved the appointment during a public meeting in the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School auditorium this past Monday night.
The Huntington School District employs hundreds of teachers, administrators and support staff and provides services to nearly 4,500 public school students. Since quality teachers are the single greatest factor in improving teaching and learning in classrooms and strong leaders are the foundation for all high-performing schools, the Human Resources Office is committed to securing the services of outstanding individuals in all areas of district operations.
As the district works to hire, develop, and retain a highly qualified staff, the goal of the Human Resources Office is to provide excellent service and to build a team of professionals who are passionate about the success of all students, and who are willing to dedicate the necessary time and resources to meet the diverse needs of the Huntington School District.
The Human Resources Office works with the New York State Education Department - Office of Teaching Initiatives and the Suffolk County Civil Service Department to help insure the district complies with all federal, state and local laws and regulations.
Alice Vanderveldt has joined the Huntington School District’s central office staff as human resources administrator in June 2014.
Ms. Vanderveldt obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in professional communications at SUNY Farmingdale in August 2006. She earned a Master of Science degree in special education at Dowling College in May 2008 and studied for her administrative certification at the College of St. Rose.
Prior to coming to Huntington, Ms. Vanderveldt worked for the New York Islanders as manager of broadcasting, taught in the Connetquot and Half Hollow Hills school districts, served as associate supervisor for secondary and special education at Bay Shore High School and was an educational data analyst and staff developer at Eastern Suffolk BOCES.
Ms. Vanderveldt served as an elected trustee for the Incorporated Village of Babylon from June 1996 until November 2012.
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Teacher - $100.00 per day
Nurse - $105.00 per day
Clerical - $10.50 per hr
Custodial - $10.50 per hr
Teacher Aide - $9.00 per hr
Food Service - $9.00 per hr. Applicants should call (631) 673-2107, the Food & Nutrition Office, for more information.
Security - $11.45 per hr
Interested in working as a subsitute? Call the Human Resources Office at (631) 673-2185.
The Huntington Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.
The following person(s) have been designated to handle inquires regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Dr. Kenneth Card: 673-2037
If you do not have access to a computer, or need assistance in the application or interview process, please contact our Human Resources Office at 631-673-2185. Human Resources will make a computer available to apply on-line if need be.