Harborfields School Bond Passes Easily

Voters in Harborfields convincingly approved a plan Tuesday night to borrow $39.2 million for building improvements. The vote was 813-171. District leaders, in meetings with voters in recent months, estimated the annual cost to homeowners as $262, or $21.86 a month. The district will keep Read More …

Schools: Presidential Scholar Nominee

The State Education Department has nominated 25 New York State high school seniors for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Commissioner Betty A. Rosa said that Presidential Scholar recognition is one of the nation’s highest honors for high school students who represent excellence in education and Read More …

Schools: Building Upgrades; Comedy on Stage

The Harborfields Central School District’s Board of Education will consider a resolution at its Nov. 15 meeting to  proceed with a community vote on Jan. 23 on the financing of various capital improvement work through a bond referendum. Residents would vote on funding for various infrastructure Read More …

The Last Word to Host ‘Night of Giving’ for Food Pantry

The Last Word will host a Night of Giving on Nov. 8, with a portion of their sales to be donated to the Harborfields Alliance for Community Outreach. The craft cocktail lounge opened in 2021 at 13 Wall St., Huntington. The fundraiser will benefit the Read More …

Players Collect Donations to Stock Food Banks

 High school football teams collected food donations Sunday at supermarkets around Huntington. Players from Huntington, Northport, Harborfields and Elwood John Glenn accepted donations, both food and money, from shoppers at three Stop & Shop stores and Greenlawn Farms, in a drive organized by Councilman Read More …

Athletes to Team Up to Collect Donations for Food Pantries

Football players from four local high schools will be running food drives Oct. 15 to benefit food pantries. Huntington Director of Minority Affairs Kevin Thorbourne is organizing the supermarket food drive. The drive will include a friendly competition among the teams. Last year’s winner was Read More …

Update: Town Cancels “Army-Navy” Designation at Huntington’s Homecoming

The Town of Huntingon has canceled plans to turn a Huntington High School football game into an “Army-Navy” game. As it did last year in a game between Harborfields and Deer Park, the town designated teams as representing the two military branches. But this year’s Read More …

Schools: AP Workshops for Teachers; FSL Book Fair

=The Cold Spring Harbor Central School District hosted four days of workshops for more than 100 teachers of Advanced Placement courses islandwide. The teachers, representing 31 Long Island school districts, focused on improving student understanding and achievement on AP exams. “This initiative demonstrates Cold Spring Read More …

Schools: National Merit Finalists; Student Awards

Freshmen Charlotte “Charlie” Cassatto and Wynne Franciscovich are headed to the National History Day Long Island regional finals on  March 26 after finishing in first place at Huntington High School for their group exhibit project titled “Planned Parenthood Healthcare for All: A Frontier in Sex Read More …

Schools: Sports Gear Donated; Faculty Art Show

A Harborfields school district student was recognized recently by her school board for her work to collect and supply a team in Africa wih athletic equipment. Oldfield Middle School student Olivia Rochlin collected 400 pounds of uniforms, cleats, shin guards, sock and other sports equipment Read More …

Girls Find Route to Athletics Through Wrestling

The door to more athletic opportunities has been thrown open a little wider with the addition of girls wrestling teams this year at schools in Huntington. Four schools –John Glenn, Harborfields, Huntington and Walt Whitman–have combined to form  the TOH team. They will participate in Read More …