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Winter Sports News

Blue Devil Boys’ Basketball Celebrates Senior Day

Huntington seniors Hunter Borenstein, Joshua Stephen and James Viola were honored by the Blue Devil basketball team prior to the final home game. The three teenagers were feted on this year’s Senior Day, which featured a festive atmosphere in Louis D. Giani Gymnasium.

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Curriculum News

Trustees Approve Updated Computer Science Course

Huntington School Board members have unanimously approved an updated Computer Science 7 course for students at J. Taylor Finley Middle School. The new class will be implemented during the 2023/24 school year.

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District News

Trustees Adopt School Calendar for 2023/24

The Huntington School Board has adopted a proposed district calendar for the 2023/24 school year. Trustees voted unanimously at their February 6 public meeting to approve the plan, which will have school begin on Wednesday, September 6 and finish on Wednesday, June 26, 2024.

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Curriculum News

AP African American Studies Coming to HHS

A new Advanced Placement African American Studies course is coming to Huntington High School. It will debut in September. Annual enrollment is expected to run about 25 students. Huntington School Board members approved the new course at a public meeting in the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School on Monday night.

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Senior Idalis La Paz Nunez is a People Person

February 6 2023

Unlike many of her classmates, Idalis La Paz Nunez hasn’t been a Huntington UFSD student since kindergarten, but the current senior who transferred into the district in October of her junior year has become a true Blue Devil in every possible way.

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Blue Devils Runner-up in County Large School Championships

February 6 2023

Huntington senior Kender Edouazin came from behind to win the 600m run at the Section XI large school county boys’ winter track and field championships at Suffolk-West on Sunday. The Blue Devils placed second in the team standings, trailing only Connetquot.

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Blue Devil Boys’ Fencing Advances to Semifinals

February 6 2023

The Huntington High School boys’ fencing team came from behind to nip visiting Walt Whitman in the Suffolk quarterfinal round of the playoffs, 14-13. The Blue Devils will now advance to the Suffolk Final Four on Tuesday at Half Hollow Hills East at 5 p.m.

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Casiano, Zboray & Algieri Capture League Mat Titles

February 6 2023

The Huntington wrestling team sent five wrestlers to the finals at Saturday’s Section XI League III championships at Smithtown East with Max Casiano, Zachary Zboray and Joe Algieri winning titles. The Blue Devils have qualified eight matmen in all for the Suffolk tournament next week at Stony Brook.

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LinkedIn Executive Meets with Virtual Enterprise Classes

February 3 2023

Meeting with experts in the field and learning from them is always a valuable experience for dozens of students enrolled in Huntington High School’s Virtual Enterprise course.

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Frosh Mildred Hernandez Stars in Science Research

February 3 2023

Many stars are emerging in Huntington High School’s Class of 2026 and Mildred Hernandez is one of them. The teenager is cutting a large profile in the science research program.

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Blue Devil Female Athletes Invited to Apply for Scholarship

February 3 2023

Huntington High School female athletes are invited to apply for the Brianna Lieneck Memorial Scholarship. This year’s recipient will be granted a one-time tuition award of $15,000.

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Southdown’s January Stars Shine

February 3 2023

Southdown Primary School stepped into February after a sensational month of January. Southdown honored its Stars of the Month after the youngsters made a positive impression on everyone in the building.

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Word Up Wednesday’s at Washington School

February 2 2023

Washington Primary School is set to host Word Up Wednesday throughout the month of February. On those days, students, faculty and staff members are being encouraged to wear clothing with words that everyone can read.

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Spring Adult & Continuing Ed Program on Tap

February 2 2023

The Huntington School District’s adult and continuing education program’s spring brochure of classes and workshops is now available. Copies have been mailed to residents and the brochure is also available on the district’s website.

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Blue Devil Flag Football Team’s Debut Nears

February 2 2023

The debut of Huntington High School’s new varsity girls’ flag football team is inching closer. The Blue Devils will play a 10 game schedule. Gorgeous uniforms provided by the New York Jets have been ordered and are expected to arrive soon. Practice kicks off on Monday, March 13. All girls in grades 9-12 are eligible to try-out.

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Huntington Girls’ Basketball Upsets Smithtown West

February 2 2023

The Huntington girls’ basketball team jumped out to a big lead and never looked back en route to an upset of Smithtown West, 49-38 in Louis D. Giani Gymnasium.

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Kindness Thrives at Flower Hill School

February 1 2023

Teaching Flower Hill Primary School students about the concept of kindness and how it can be displayed in a variety of everyday life situations is meaningful to faculty and staff members. This is marks the fifth year that Flower Hill participated in the Great Kindness Challenge.

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Blue Devils Hit Their Stride Late

February 1 2023

The Blue Devil boys’ track and field team is hitting it’s best stride late. The Blue Devils turned in some great performances last week’s League II championships.

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Social Justice Ambassadors Strive for Positive Change

February 1 2023

Huntington High School’s social justice ambassadors are trying to make the building and community a nicer place for everyone, from the language used to communicate with each other to the tone of voices and even their sound level. Helping free daily interactions of bias or worse is a mission that members of the group take seriously.

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Finley Girls’ Basketball Tops Robert Moses

February 1 2023

The J. Taylor Finley Middle School “blue” team easily bested visited North Babylon-Robert Moses in the season opener for both teams, 33-17 before a loud crowd in the Finley gym.

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Senior Dawin Preval Plans to Pursue a Nursing Career

January 31 2023

Dawin Preval is a soft-spoken young man who has gained the trust and admiration of his classmates, teachers and coaches. The Huntington High School is a caring soul, which makes his decision to pursue a career in nursing all the more understandable.

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Talented Casts Set for Annie Jr. on Friday, Saturday & Sunday

January 31 2023

Weeks of rehearsals are nearing an end as the combined Woodhull Intermediate School and Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School drama club is set to stage a production of “Annie Jr.” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Huntington High School auditorium.

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Spring Driver Education Registration on Tap

January 31 2023

Registration information for Huntington UFSD’s spring driver education program is now posted on the district and available for viewing on demand.

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Blue Devils Host Touching Ceremony for Fallen Player

January 31 2023

There were tears in Huntington High School’s Louis D. Giani Gymnasium as the Copiague and Blue Devil varsity boys’ basketball teams prepared to begin their league game last Friday night. A brief, but touching ceremony honored the life of Carmyne Payton, a Copiague sophomore who passed away during basketball tryouts in November 2021.

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Recognizing the strengths of our district’s traditions, its history of community support, the diversity of our population and our commitment to educational excellence, the mission of the Huntington Union Free School District is to educate students by effectively teaching an enriched body of knowledge through the active participation of all students, building upon their unique talents and abilities to produce creative, self-assured, responsible citizens who are capable of critical thought and action.

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