School Notes: Habitat for Humanity, Bridge Competition

Elwood-John H. Glenn High School students work alongside Habitat for Humanity to volunteer building a new home for a family in need. One of the organization’s most environmentally savvy project to date, this ‘geo thermal’ house will have the ability to be heated and cooled Read More …

School Notes: Relay for Life, FarmBot Coding

Students in grades 6, 7 and 8 at West Hollow Middle School are working with their new FarmBot, an open-source farming robot that allows them to automate the process of growing produce. The objective is for students to grasp a deeper understanding of alternative agricultural Read More …

School Notes: Goosehill Live TV, Women’s History Month

Community Read-In at Countrywood In conjunction with Read Across America and the birthday of Dr. Seuss, Countrywood invited  guests to participate in their sixth annual Community Read-in  recently.  Countrywood’s very own Shaina Fischer dressed as The Cat in the Hat to celebrate the birthday of Read More …

School Notes: HHS Food Drive, Annual Gala

Huntington High School hold ‘Stuff the Bus’ Food Drive  Student government members are in the midst of their annual Stuff the Bus food drive campaign. The initiative benefit’s local food pantries, including the Huntington Food Council and the very active one at St. Hugh’s Church. Read More …

School Notes: Elwood, HHS, Walt Whitman, and More

Harley Avenue Primary School Primary School Principal Mrs. Elissa Milan presented faculty members Michelle Kretz, Jose Alicea, Christian Haack, and Alexandria Harris to the board on Jan. 24, to commend them for their work on “Sensory City.” The superhero-themed function was thought of by social Read More …

School Notes: Drama Club Auditions, STEAM Night

Local students participate in robotics competition, audition for musicals, and more. STEAM Night at Elwood Middle School The Elwood Union Free School District hosted their annual K-8 STEAM night at Elwood Middle School on Jan. 17. For this year’s theme, Read It, Dream It, STEAM Read More …

Huntington Youth Bureau Awarded $600,000 Grant

The Huntington Youth Bureau was awarded a $600,000 Federal Grant back in October 2018 to serve runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth and their families in the Town of Huntington. The Youth Bureau’s Sanctuary Project has been awarded $200,000 every year, for three years, from The Read More …