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It is hard to believe that September is winding down and we are halfway through our first quarter. The building is beginning to truly come alive with typical HF Pride and spirit as we prepare for Homecoming. Float meetings are ongoing, Spirit week attire schedules are posted throughout the building and students are looking forward to our dance scheduled for Thursday, October 6th, our pep rally on Friday, October 7th and, of course, the parade and game next Saturday, October 8th. The parade begins at noon and our football team will take the field at 1:00pm. We obviously have a great deal to celebrate and are looking forward to doing so. That being said, we have a great many more reasons to celebrate as outlined below!
BLUE RIBBON AWARD: I am extremely proud to announce that Harborfields High School has been named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon Award School by the United States Department of Education. Today, there are so many top school lists and school rankings that have been developed and that we have consistently been a part of, however, being acknowledged as a National Blue Ribbon School is likely the highest honor that any school can receive. Being recognized as an Exemplary High Performing School means we are among the highest performing schools in the nation in terms of graduation results, state assessments and overall student achievement. Please check out the links below for our news release and a clip of the announcement Mr. Russo made to the students and staff.
Merit Semifinalist: I have some more great news from the National Merit Scholarship Program. Harborfields High School had an additional semifinalist, Connor Stewart. Connor graduated last year, a year earlier than the rest of his cohort and is currently off to a successful start to his college career at SUNY Stony Brook. I apologize that Connor’s name was inadvertently omitted from our previous announcement. Connor is among the 16,000 semifinalists out of over 1.5 million students who participated in the PSAT examination last October. This designation is significant because it places Connor’s PSAT score among the top 1% in the nation. Please join me in congratulating Connor!
Boys and Girls State Program: We are pleased to announce that this past summer we had 8 students participate in the American Legion Boys and Girls State Program. Ishaan Lohia, Connor Madden, Samuel Bergson, Gregory Black, Nicholas Godfrey, Ryan Stolba, Sean Tully and Angela Barberis. American Legion Boys and Girls State is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for U.S. high school students. Upon their return, our students each received a special proclamation from the Town of Huntington.
Annual Kiss Cancer Good-Bye Walk: We were notified by the doctors at Gellerman Orthodontics that two of our students, James Corgan and Ishaan Lohia, volunteered and played an instrumental role in the success of this annual event. Congratulations!
Brookhaven National Laboratories Internship Program: Please join me in recognizing senior Christian Niebling for his impressive work at Brookhaven National Laboratories. This past summer, Christian, a senior, who was encouraged by our Business teacher, Ms. Alison Matthews, served as intern to a climatologist at Brookhaven National Laboratories. Christian was one of 56 students from a nationwide pool of applicants chosen for this prestigious position. At BNL, Christian researched drop size and distribution of rainstorms. Christian took the time to build some of his own measurement devices, develop computer software programs to record and interpret his data and then ultimately present his findings at the lab. Ms. Matthew's class and guidance encouraged him to push past his comfort zone and to go out into the community and see what research is all about. Congratulations Christian and Ms. Matthews!
Tri M Honor Society: The Harborfields High School music department held an induction ceremony to honor new and returning members. Alumnae Ms. Danielle Nesteruk (Davis) served as the guest speaker for this event. Our Tri-M advisor, Mr. Bilawsky, inducted two honorary members: assistant principal, Mr. Chris Patronaggio, and Board of Education Trustee, Ms. Colleen Wolcott. The members of Tri M have met all academic and community service standards of this national organization. Congratulations to our newest inductees.
Variety Show: The Harborfields Council of PTAs proudly presents its 43rd annualscholarship showonFriday and Saturday, January 27 and 28, 2017 at Harborfields High School! Can you sing? Dance? Act? Tell a Joke? Play an instrument?All K-12 Students, Parents, Faculty and Community Members are welcome to audition!If you have a talent you want to share, fill out an application which is available on our website. Applications are due by 4:00 pm on Friday, October 14, 2016. Auditions will be held November 1,3,7 and 9, 2016.
Random Acts of Kindness: We are pleased to share that Katie Hammer, Amanda MacDonald, Erik Heidenfelder, Xristos Papageorgiou, Joseph Mitchell, Anthony Jones, Adelaide Whisler, Carly Malico, Tyler Sebold, Matthew DiDomenico, Madeliene Wilson, Natalia Rasulo, Sara Chinchilla and Peter Barbera were recognized for being kind when they thought nobody was looking!
The HF Mobile Computing Club is pleased to share that an App has been developed by our students, for our students. The HF Navigator App is available on the Apple iOS Store and on Android in Google Play. The App is free and contains many features such as links to resources for parents and students, daily announcements, staff directory, educational tools, and a bus finder application. There will be many updates throughout the year as our Mobile Computing Club students continue to develop new ideas. Download the HF Navigator App today and let us know what you think!
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