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Greenlawn, NY 11740
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Dr. Rory J. Manning
Dr. Jami Goldstein
Assistant Principal Mr. Timothy Russo
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There are so many exciting events happening at Harborfields High School during the month of January. Playfest promises to be a boost to the spirit of our school and a great way to start the New Year. The annual PTA Variety Show will bring the collective talent of our community to the auditorium of Harborfields High School and promises two nights of outstanding performances. We are looking forward to learning about the achievements of our students in 2016 and beyond.
Midterm Schedule Posted: Please take a moment to review information posted to our website regarding our midterm testing days later this month. As in years past, school will be open for testing only from Tuesday, January 26th through Friday, January 29th. On our website you will find a letter with detailed information including the testing schedule and transportation information. If you have any questions regarding this information, please do not hesitate to contact our guidance office.
Suffolk Zone Award: Congratulations to Georgia Viggiano and Bryan-ardo Leveque on being selected as the Suffolk Zone Award Recipients for Harborfields High School. Georgia and Bryan-ardo were recently honored at an Award Ceremony attended by Mr. Harmon, Ms. Legge, Mr. Valente and Dr. Manning.
Global Justice Goes to the United Nations: The members of our Global Justice Club attended a session at the United Nations where the Assembly was discussing human trafficking. Ms. DaSilva, advisor of the Global Justice Club, said that our students gained exposure to real world global issues and witnessed history. It was an amazing opportunity for all involved. Pictured below are our students at the United Nations.
HF Stands with Paris: The Harborfields National Honor Society sold ribbons to raise money for the French Red Cross after the Paris attacks. Catherine Clement, high school senior and vice president of National Honor Society, organized the fundraiser only days after the tragedy. The French Club partnered with the Honor Society, making the ribbons as well as a banner that says “HF Stands With Paris”. Students stopped by the table in front of the Wall of Scholars during their lunch periods and throughout the day to make donations, buy ribbons, and sign the banner.
Journalism Goes to NBC Studios: The Harborfields Journalism class attended a private tour of NBC Studios and were able to get a look behind the scenes at the operation of a major news network. Pictured below are Harborfields students speaking with news anchors from NBC’s morning news program.
Holiday Festival: The members of the Harborfields High School Interact Club were on hand at the Gardiner’s Barn Holiday Festival volunteering their time and giving back to their community.
Shakespeare Recitation: Over the last two months AP Literature & Composition students studied, memorized, and performed sonnets and monologues by William Shakespeare. The top five students from each section moved on to the 8th Annual Shakespeare Recitation Finals which were held November 24th in the auditorium. The participants were: Eliza Snodgrass, Marianna Cava, Lizzy Scheuerman, Jamie Lustig, Lianne Doctor, Jared Ross, Ellie Woodward, Gerard Espinoza, Scott Huffman, Gabby Farino, Gaby Mank, Emma Kowalchuk, Michaela Hunter, Mariel Stein, Jack Levenberg, Jared Van Houten, Fran Thompson, Sean McGoldrick, Youjin Koo, Jess Mahoney, Abby Wax, Catherine Clement, Erin Walden, Haley Stein, and Jaime McCaffrey.
To determine the top two performers, the scores of the three faculty judges (Mrs. Gavin, Ms. Scilla & Ms. LaMantia) were combined with audience/peer ballots. This year we had a three way tie for second place, so the top four performers were recognized and received certificates from The National Endowment for the Arts. The 2015/2016 Shakespeare Recitation Contest winners areScott Huffman, Jared Ross, Jack Levenberg & Jaime McCaffrey.
Key Club: The Harborfields Key Club participated in the annual Field of Honor flag removal event with the Kiwanis Club of Huntington recently. This is the third year that our Key Club has participated in this event.
Mathletes: The Mathletes team, under the aegis of Mr. Bennett, has had two competitions thus far this year. The team consists of students in grades 9 through 12 utilizing skills, practiced at weekly meetings, to solve a wide array of math problems. Outstanding performers for the team include Connor Stewart and Cole Wadler.
Habitat for Humanity: On December 6, the Habitat for Humanity club joined together with Project H.O.P.E. to serve over 160 guests at the St. Hugh Soup Kitchen. Project H.O.P.E. is a community outreach program that began in 2004. It was founded by the youth of St Hugh’s Parish to help the hungry in the Huntington Station area. The acronym stands for Helping Other People Eat. Each year the Habitat for Humanity club members join together to serve others.
Random Acts of Kindness: We are pleased to share that Galine Thelisma, Megan Sulinski, Nikita Massaria, Mia Santomauro, Bonnie Boylan, Isabella Avanzi, Zachary Torres, Jack Salzman, Alexandria Bruzzi and Keylin Rivas 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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