Washington Primary School Principal Michelle Richards has announced January’s Featured Artists of the Month.
It really is never too early to start thinking about the future, even if you are in elementary school. Sure, college is probably one of the last things on the mind of a young student, but beginning to build a foundation of knowledge and taking stock of a person’s own interests is a worthwhile pursuit at any age.
Huntington High School’s chapter of the Mu Alpha Theta, the National Math Honor Society will hold its annual induction ceremony on Thursday, January 10 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.
Current Huntington School District third grade parents are being asked to select either Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School or Woodhull Intermediate School as the school they want their child to attend next September when the students will be in fourth grade.
Parents of Huntington School District students are invited to attend “Meet the Teacher Night” in each of the district’s eight buildings beginning Thursday, September 20. The evening programs will provide parents with an opportunity to meet teachers and learn more about school policies, course curriculum, educational resources and teacher philosophies.
Huntington UFSD makes it really easy to keep up to date on the people, programs and personalities that make the district so special. The district maintains a website along with Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages and a YouTube channel. Many school officials have their own Twitter pages, too.
Huntington School District’s eight individual buildings opened their doors on Wednesday morning and welcomed back more than 4,500 students for the 2018/19 school year. Classrooms were buzzing all day as teachers reviewed their policies and procedures and taught their first lessons.
The summer vacation is officially history. Students, faculty and staff are returning to classrooms with renewed enthusiasm as the Huntington School District swings back into action with high hopes for its best year ever.
The Huntington School District is maintaining a steadfast focus on its mission, as teachers and students kicked off the 2018/19 school year in fine fashion.
The new school year will see the Huntington School District continuing to offer students and parents an interactive calendar filled with important event listings. There’s even a mobile app for the calendar.
As the school year raced to its conclusion last week, several Huntington students had an opportunity to serve as Principal for a Day in their respective school. It was a thrilling experience for the youngsters and one that none of them will forget anytime soon.
The folks who operate the Huntington School District’s website and social media platforms would like to acknowledge important behind-the-scenes assistance they have received this year. As a result of this help, four new stories, additional postings and photos have been able to appear each morning of every school day since September.
“Recognizing the strengths of our district’s traditions, its history of community support, the diversity of our population and our commitment to educational excellence, the mission of the Huntington Union Free School District is to educate students by effectively teaching an enriched body of knowledge through the active participation of all students, building upon their unique talents and abilities to produce creative, self-assured, responsible citizens who are capable of critical thought and action.”
The Huntington School District’s technology infrastructure and equipment is maintained by a team of technicians. The district-wide computer network along with thousands of individual desktops, laptops, iPads, printers, scanners, SMART Boards, projectors and the hardware and software that drives each of the pieces has been installed and tested by this skilled group of professionals.
Huntington prides itself on providing teachers and students will cutting edge technology that enhances classroom instruction. The district’s commitment has led to annual improvements in all eight school buildings
The district complements its own staff of technicians with outside contractors and consultants as needed to keep its extensive system of equipment operating effectively to benefit faculty members and students on every grade level.