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 …

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 …

Shelf Life: Teachers Reveal Their Favorite Books

As students, families, and faculty prepare to head back to school, educators from Huntington Union Free School District reflect on the value of reading, both in and out of the classroom. First up is Dianna Cazzalino, who is entering her ninth year of teaching English Read More …

New Principal Named at Finley Middle School

Traci Roethel has been appointed principal of J. Taylor Finley Middle School, effective July 1. Currently principal of Woodhull Intermediate School, she will succeed John Amato, who is retiring as Finley’s principal at the close of the school year. “I’m really excited about being named Read More …