Huntington Board of Education to Meet

The Huntington Board of Education will meet Monday night, with a proposed extended executive session, which is not open to the public. While the board and district have been silent about the April 23 vote to hire an attorney to investigate “issues” that are publicly Read More …

Schools: SH Teachers Honored; Huntington Wins Large Grant

South Huntington school district recognized its teachers of the year this week. The Huntington school district received a Stronger Connections grant. Read More …

Schools: New Arts Director; Autism Scholarship Offered

The Huntington school district has hired a retired Harborfields educator as interim director of fine and performing arts. Thomas Gellert is on contract until June 30. The opening was created by the removal of Brian Stellato after he was sued by a former student who Read More …

Polansky Announces Retirement as Huntington Schools Superintendent

Huntington Schools Superintendent James W. Polansky will retire¬† this year after 11 years as leader of the district. Polansky previously served as principal of Walt Whitman High School in the South Huntington District for more than six years, and¬†was named 2010 New York State Principal Read More …

Schools: Tutoring Service, New Counseling Director

The Huntington school district is partnering with Paper.co to provide secondary school students and family members with unlimited access to tutors so every student can ask questions, work through problems and grow their confidence at no cost to families. Paper.co is an online, on-demand tutoring Read More …

School Budgets Pass; Most Incumbents Returned to Office

Voters approved school budgets, often by wide margins, and incumbent Board of Education trustees did well in voting Tuesday. One exception was Cold Spring Harbor, which ousted its school board president. South Huntington re-elected board president Nick Ciappetta and elected newcomer William Biangasso, both to Read More …

Schools: Summer STEM Program; Lanyard Project for Pediatric Unit

SCOPE Education Services and the Huntington school district will offer a STEM summer enrichment program for students entering kindergarten through ninth grade. The program will run June 27 through July 22 with four periods of classes offered per day from 8:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Read More …

Huntington School Board to Meet About Buses

The Huntington school board will convene Thursday night to consider whether to take legal action against Huntington Coach Corp. The company said it would cut numerous routes as of Thursday and cease all service effective Oct. 8. Superintendent James W. Polansky said Wednesday he was Read More …

Update: Bus Company Cancels Huntington School Service

Updated 5:26 p.m. Huntington Coach Corp. canceled many of its bus routes for the Huntington school district, effective Thursday, Superintendent James W. Polansky said Wednesday, and will halt all service to the district after Friday. He said the district was notified Tuesday afternoon that the Read More …

Extra Section of Pickleball Classes

The Huntington school district’s adult and continuing education program has added another section of pickleball to the spring course lineup. The new class will meet at Woodhull Intermediate School on Wednesdays from 5:30-7 p.m. Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill Read More …