South Huntington’s Bennardo to Retire

Dr. David Bennardo, superintendent of the South Huntington school district, will retire at the end of the school year.

Bennardo came to South Huntington after nine years as principal at Harborfields High School. He succeeded Thomas Shea.

The Greenlawn resident previously worked as a teacher, coach, adviser, department chairperson, assistant principal and principal. He began his public education career in the Bethpage School District.


One Reply to “South Huntington’s Bennardo to Retire”

  1. Are you the guy who keeps sending me weekly updates from Huntington when I have asked you kindly and politely several times to cease and desist? I’ve contacted Verizon and the FBI and they have both told me I have grounds to file cyberstalking charges. All I want you to do is remove me from your list immediately and I’ll forget any of this has ever happened. If you persist to call me with a restricted number so I cannot block you, understand you are making this choice yourself. I have no desire to follow through with pressing harassment charges, but I have left you several messages and have asked you to remove me and I have added my phone number to the national do not call list and you are somehow skirting around that. That is illegal and a third degree felony according to the FBI office next door.
    So I am trying to contact you one final time in the nicest possible way I can and asking you as civilly as I can to please stop calling me.

    Apparently my new phone number used to belong to a coach at your school and it has been a nightmare since I’ve acquired the phone number.

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