Schools: Hispanic Scholar Named; Security Booth at Whitman

 Huntington High School senior Evan Spagnoletti has been recognized as a national College Board Hispanic Scholar. He earned this recognition by excelling on his PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10 or Advanced Placement exams and in his classrooms. Scholars are required to have a minimum 3.5 grade point 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 …

Students Collect ‘Hunting-Tony’ Honors

Students from Huntington high schools were recently awarded “Hunting-Tonys,” for their work in plays and musicals. The awards were given out at a ceremony at Huntington High School. The Hunting-Tony Awards”  originated in 2011 by Huntington resident Joyce Ianniciello honor the casts, crews, and school Read More …

Hunting-Tonys Ceremony to Recognize Student Performers

Huntington Town Council members Joan Cergol and Dr. David Bennardo will host the 12th annual Hunting-Tony awards Monday, recognizing the top student productions and performances. The awards ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. at Huntington High School, with a red-carpet welcome that starts at Read More …

Whitman Wins Inaugural Suffolk Flag Football Championship

Walt Whitman won the inaugural Suffolk County flag football championship Wednesday, beating East Sachem 47-6. The undefeated Wildcats will play Nassau champ Bellmore-Merrick Saturday for the Long Island title Saturday at the Jets’ training facility in  New Jersey at 3:30 p.m. The win Wednesday means Read More …

Whitman Students Sign Up to Vote for First Time

The League of Women Voters of Huntington and Supervisor Ed Smyth helped eligible students at Walt Whitman High School register to vote on Wednesday. The students had a breakfast, heard encouragement on the value of voting, and filled out paperwork to become voters for the Read More …

Schools: Miniature Town in Phys Ed; Harborfields Names Top Students

Students at Ocean Avenue Elementary School in Northport participated in an expanded cities unit of physical education, which turned their gymnasium into a miniature town. Complete with a “pet store,” “movie theater,” rope swing, “bank” and more, students used scooters to travel around the town. Read More …

Schools: Presidents Day Salute; Top Students at Huntington High

Erin Ye has been named valedictorian of Huntington High School’s Class of 2022. Luke Rinaldi is this year’s salutatorian. They will both give addresses at Huntington’s 161th commencement exercises on Friday, June 24 at 6 p.m. at Blue Devil Stadium.  Presidential Honors Third graders at Maplewood Read More …

Incoming Whitman Freshman Wins Covid-19 Vaccine Scholarship

She hasn’t even  gone to her first class at Walt Whitman High School but incoming freshman Isabella Weber has already won a scholarship.  Weber has been announced as one of the ten winners in this week’s drawing of Gov.  Andrew M.Cuomo’s “Get a Shot to Read More …

Schools: Perfect Game; History Champ

Two Northport High School seniors have been named valedictorian and salutatorian for the 2020-21 school year. Griffin Crafa has been named salutatorian and will be attending Georgetown University, and Ian Kaish has been named valedictorian and will be attending Northeastern University. Northport High School Principal Read More …

Whitman Food Pantry Looking for Contributions

Walt Whitman High School, working with Tri-CYA, is inviting donations for its Wildcat Pantry to provide food to students in need. Food donations can be dropped at the school’s main office throughout the school day. They are looking for such non-perishable items as  pastas, sauce, Read More …