Schools: Merit Seminfinalists, Literacy in Elwood

  Half Hollow Hills had 16 students named finalists in the prestigious 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program academic competition. They are: Hills West’s Jason Bruckner, Simran Chaudhry and Kyra Ramonetti, and Hills East’s Victoria Albanese, Benjamin Goldfried, Michael Han, Kevin Hoxha, Juliana Josinsky, Dylan Keskinyan, Read More …

Schools: Dinosaurs, One-Word Challenge and Regeneron Scholar

Northport-East Northport third graders will be be studying a new science unit curriculum this spring. “What Happened to the Dinosaurs?” is a life science unit about  interdependent relationships in ecosystems. The district’s elementary science curriculum writing team has been working on developing the unit lesson Read More …

Schools: Students Recognized for Voting Video

Elwood-John H. Glenn High School  seniors Rithika Narayan and Juliana Weber recently won the Huntington League of Women Voters’ virtual civic engagement video contest. In their video, “The Importance of Voting for High School Students,” Rithika and Juliana explain why young eligible voters need to Read More …

Schools: Science Bowl, Athletes Helping Others

  News from the school districts around Huntington.   John Glenn Students Compete in Science Bowl Five John H. Glenn High School science-research students competed in the Long Island Regional Science Bowl at Brookhaven National Laboratory recently, finishing second overall.  The school has been competing Read More …

Schools: Good Deeds, Math Teachers Recognized

‘Operation Christmas Child’ Members of Elwood-John H. Glenn High School’s World Language Honor Society and International Club assembled holiday-decorated shoeboxes for “Operation Christmas Child.” Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization whose mission is to provide local partners around Read More …

Schools: News Literacy in Elwood, Multicultural Night in Huntington

Howard Schneider, former editor of Newsday, and executive director of Stony Brook University’s Center for News Literacy, talked with Elwood teachers this week about understanding what information is trustworthy and what is not. Elwood Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth Bossert invited Schneider to speak at  Read More …

Huntington Now on YouTube

If you haven’t seen our Youtube channel, check it out. While we don’t cover sports regularly, we have shot a lot of photos and turned them into slideshows. So far this year, we’ve shot photos of volleyball, football, boys and girls soccer and field hockey, Read More …