Huntington Schools to Go Remote Next Week

The Huntington school district will go fully remote next week, Superintendent James W. Polansky said Wednesday. He cited recent positive Covid-19 test results in multiple schools, as well as the skyrocketing infection rate of 12.8 percent reported Wednesday by Suffolk County. “While there has been Read More …

Northwell Cancels Most Elective Surgeries; All LI Schools Ordered to Close

Northwell Health, which includes Huntington Hospital,¬† on Monday will begin canceling elective surgeries and procedures at its hospitals. The new guidelines will not apply to emergency surgeries performed in Northwell hospitals. Meanwhile, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone ordered all schools in the county to close Read More …

Letter: End of a School Year Filled With Success, With More to Come

Dear Huntington Students, Staff and Community Members, The end of June is well known for its extended daylight and warmer weather, as well as final classroom lessons, end-of-year exams and a farewell to a group of exceptional soon-to-be graduates. As the 2018-2019 school year comes Read More …

Huntington District Voters to Pick 2 Trustees, Vote on Budget

On Tuesday, voters will choose among three candidates to fill two spots on the Huntington school board, and vote on the proposed school budget of $133,488,443. Incumbent William Dwyer is on the ballot for another term, while ¬†Michele Kustera and Joseph Mattio are also running. Read More …

GoFundMe Campaign Set Up for Deported Student

Huntington residents have set up a GoFundMe campaign to assist a former Huntington High School student who was deported back to Honduras. The campaign for the immigrant known simply as Alex has a goal of $10,000. The New York Times and ProPublica published a story Read More …