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Harborfields High School

Daily Announcements


Wednesday, January 20, 2021 

Good morning HF! Today is an A  Day.

Seniors...grab your surprise outside of the cafeteria or post on your google classroom. This is all made possible due to our faculty and staff, administration, PTSA, and supportive senior parents. 

The varsity bowling team defeated Hauppauge by a score of 29-4 yesterday to take them to 2-2 on the season. James Fermo was named Man of the Match by closing out his series with a 204 final game and sealing the win for Harborfields. The team takes on Smithtown today and the game will be live streamed on vimeo. 

In anticipation of "fall sports" beginning on March 1st, please sign up in the health office. Please check with the nurse that your physical is up to date. You can pick up the necessary preparticipation and interval health forms in the health office or download them from the district website. If you have any questions please contact the nurse.

Attention 10th and 11th grade students who are interested in BOCES Wilson Tech programs: please visit the guidance website, guidance google classroom 10, guidance google classroom 11, or the guidance Twitter page.  Students will have access to orientation videos as well as a QR code to request a virtual visit!  

Seniors: Please submit your yearbook photos by scanning any of the QR codes in the hallway or go to the Tornado News website! Any of them!!! They all work! You can send in baby pictures, sibling pictures, car photos, and any other fun pictures you have for the yearbook! 

Attention everybody who is above the age of 17. Do you want to serve your community? Join the Greenlawn Fire Department. Have any questions contact Anthony Jones, Chief Joe Pace or visit

Be sure to submit all Driver's Education applications no later than Thursday, January 21st at 10am.  Instructions and requirements can be found on the school website.

The Zephyr Club needs poems and short writing pieces for this year's copy of Zephyr! You can email your work to Mrs.Ritter

The Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative is a organization that offers homeless individuals in the Huntington area with a safe, warm place to spend the night during the winter. It consists of 35 congregations in our area including Our Lady Queen of Martyrs and Centerport United Methodist, these groups help provide housing, clothing, dinner, breakfast and a bagged lunch for its participants. This organization has been helping the community for over 10 years and are still continuing today!

With everything going in the world, they need our help more than ever.  We are looking to create and assemble “care kits” with a few necessities like socks, tooth brushes, tooth paste, chapstick, gently used hats and gloves, small waters, non perishable snacks, lotion, cough drops, band-aid's, deodorant, combs/small hair brushes, small packages of tissues and sanitizing wipes(see the list below) to give to their participants during their stay.  

Have a great day HF!