Giving a voice to students is what Huntington High School's student government is all about

HHS Student Government Officers Set for New Year

Giving a voice to students is what Huntington High School's student government is all about 

June 3, 2022

Huntington High School students recently cast ballots for 2022/23 student government positions. The organizations are all set for the new school year. A meeting of newly elected officers is set for Tuesday, June 7 at 2:30 p.m.

The school-wide GO will be led by Ella Kamenstein (president), Rachel Morina (vice president), Katherine Estrada-Morales (treasurer), Reese Rinaldi (recording secretary) and Zaida Correal (public relations).

The Class of 2023 will be led by seniors Mackenzie Ahern (president), Leah Sheran (vice president), Rachel Morina (treasurer), Neha Rathore (recording secretary) and Ella Kamenstein (public relations).

The Class of 2024 will be led by juniors Katherine Estrada-Morales (president), Zaida Correal (vice president), Reese Rinaldi (treasurer), Jordana Paniccia (recording secretary) and Hannah Song (public relations).

The Class of 2025 will be led by sophomores Nina Fascilla (president), Elizabeth James (vice president), Angie Uceda-Enamorado (treasurer), Molly O’Brien (recording secretary) and Vincenza Garofalo (public relations).

Elections for freshman class officers are also on the horizon. The incoming Class of 2026 is expected to be well represented.

Class faculty advisors and the school-wide student government advisors will be appointed by the Huntington School Board over the summer.

Among the first items on the new student government officers’ agenda will be assisting at the orientation program for incoming ninth graders as well as plans for the 2022 homecoming festivities.

Homecoming Day is set for Saturday, October 22. A week of activities will be held leading up to the big day, which will feature an afternoon football game between the Blue Devils and visiting Connetquot.