When classes begin in September, the Huntington School District’s PTA organizations will be up and running with the ringing of the first bell.
Gaia D’Anna’s four year run through Huntington High School has been nothing short of splendid. The senior has been a remarkable student, participating in numerous clubs and activities and assuming a leadership role in the campaign to promote an increased level of civic engagement among not only young people, but those of all ages.
The Huntington School District’s PTA Council is ready for the 2018-19 school year. A new slate of officers was sworn in during the organization’s annual luncheon at the Head of the Bay Club in Huntington Bay.
Michelle Kustera will serve as president. Kristin Kanzer and Toniann Mangan are the vice presidents. Carolina Addeo will be the treasurer and Mariam Murtaza will serve as the secretary.
“The PTA Council in Huntington is as strong and supportive as they come,” Superintendent James W. Polansky said. “Members dedicate considerable time and energy to helping ensure that our educational programs are enriched and our students are well supported.”
The PTA, as the Parent Teacher Association is widely known, has a long history in the Huntington School District. It’s been active for nearly a century and has been tireless in its efforts to improve the educational experience of all students.
The Huntington PTA Council is affiliated with the New York State PTA and National PTA.
It is my privilege to serve again as president of the Huntington Council of PTAs. I am looking forward to continuing to work with administration, our amazing teachers and our invaluable staff to provide an excellent learning experience for our children. The Huntington PTA leadership team is getting ready for a wonderful year of events and programming for students across all our schools.
I encourage each and every one of you to become a part of our team. The number one reason to join the PTA is to benefit the children. In doing so, you also help us. Please don’t hesitate to contact me or a PTA board member with questions or ideas. Please remember to support the PTA in any way you can. We rely on our parents and teachers to help ensure we can deliver quality programming to students throughout the year.
“Every child’s potential is a reality...”
PTA Council President, 2018-19