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And Now, Representing the United States…

Rising Stimson eighth-grader Kaiet Coraizaca
Rising Stimson eighth-grader Kaiet Coraizaca
Three things that you might not have known about me are that I am a violinist, I can speak French fluently, and I am a track athlete!
Three things that you might not have known about me are that I am a violinist, I can speak French fluently, and I am a track athlete!

Rising Stimson eighth-grader Kaiet Coraizaca has earned the honor of representing Team USA in this year’s Summer Pan American Games to be held in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday, August 18th.  Kaiet is a champion Karate athlete in the 12-13-year-old Male Elite Kumite Division.

In a bio prepared for Team USA, Kaiet tells us a little more about himself. “Three things that you might not have known about me are that I am a violinist, I can speak French fluently, and I am a track athlete!  My biggest [Karate] win was this year at the 2018 USA Nationals where not only did I get a spot on the USA Jr. team for the first time but I also was 2018 USA National Champion in my division! Also, another big win was my first ever Karate1 Youth League competition where I won 3rd Place in Sofia, Bulgaria”

“My heroes in real life are my parents and my Sensei’s because my parents help me through this karate journey and they also take their time to take me to these tournaments! Also, my Sensei’s because they push me to make me even better! The thing I love about competition is when I get into that mat and I start competing. I also like to hang out with my karate friends after the competition.”

“I get my inspiration from other athletes that work so hard and I see myself as being one of them!” said Kaiet. “Opportunities don't happen. You create them.

Way to Go Kaiet Coraizaca, you make South Huntington proud!

Universal Pre-K Registration

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Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) registration is still open.  Limited seats are available at Countrywood Primary Center (PM session only) and SHIP (AM and PM sessions) located at James Kaden Administrative Offices, 60 Weston Street.  Walk-in registration hours are Monday-Thursday, 9 am - 1 pm.  If you would like to set up an appointment, please call, 631-812-3180.

Marching Band to Showcase New Season

We invite you to join us as sixty-one talented Marching Band members perform their new show for the 2018-19 competitive season.
We invite you to join us as sixty-one talented Marching Band members perform their new show for the 2018-19 competitive season.

We are looking forward to this Sunday, August 19th, at Walt Whitman High School when our Marching Band will perform their new show: Mirror Mirror from 5:00 to 5:30 PM

We thank The Army for their generous support of our annual Summer Band Camp Showcase. We are looking forward to this exciting special event and invite the community to join us at Whitman's turf field.

Tom Keogh is Birchwood's New Assistant Principal

Thomas Keogh possesses an unwavering work ethic and genuine passion for his craft.
Thomas Keogh possesses an unwavering work ethic and genuine passion for his craft.

It is with great pride that our Board of Education President Nicholas Ciappetta introduces Mr. Thomas Keogh as the new Assistant Principal of the Birchwood Intermediate School. Mr. Keogh is a lifelong educator who possesses an unwavering work ethic and genuine passion for his craft. Mr. Keogh spent the past several decades as a prototype teacher and leader, and he is sure to have an immediate impact upon our Birchwood learning family.

First Day of School is Tuesday, September 4th

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Welcome to the 2018-2019 School Calendar. The printed calendar will be mailed to all district residents the week of August 13th and is in the process of being uploaded on the district website. In the meantime, the monthly school year can be viewed below and the entire calendar and parent handbook may be downloaded.

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Fall Adult Educational Offerings

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Welcome to our Fall 2018 Adult Education Program. It’s a great time to learn something new, improve a skill, begin an exercise program, and make new friends along the way!

Please register promptly to avoid class cancellations.

The new 2018 Fall course offerings which will be mailed to all district residents in the coming weeks are also attached below.

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New 2018 Fall Nurses Clearance Dates Added

 

 

New Assistant Principal @ Maplewood

Ms. Davis, Maplewood’s new Assistant Principal, brings 23 years of teaching and leadership experience to the district.
Ms. Davis, Maplewood’s new Assistant Principal, brings 23 years of teaching and leadership experience to the district.

The Board of Education is proud to have appointed Ms. Michelle Davis as the Assistant Principal at Maplewood Intermediate School.  Ms. Davis, who will assume the position vacated by our new Supervisor of Curricular Services, Dr. Alison Bruno, brings 23 years of teaching and leadership experience to the Assistant Principal’s role.  Our Board of Education Vice President Laura Carey points with pride to Ms. Davis’s impeccable credentials and predicts wonderful things for the new member of our district’s administrative team.

New Supervisor of Curricula Services... Dr. Alison Bruno

Dr. Alison Bruno, who has dedicated more than two decades to the field of public education, is South Huntington School District’s new Supervisor of Curricula Services.
Dr. Alison Bruno, who has dedicated more than two decades to the field of public education, is South Huntington School District’s new Supervisor of Curricula Services.

We are pleased to report that on Tuesday, July 24, 2018, at a Special Public Meeting, the Board of Education appointed Dr. Alison Bruno as our district’s new Supervisor of Curricula Services.  Dr. Bruno, who has dedicated more than two decades to the field of public education, assumes the reigns from Ms. April Poprilo who was recently promoted to our Assistant Superintendent for Student Services. South Huntington Board of Education President Nicholas Ciappetta welcomes Dr. Bruno to this new position and looks forward to watching her special brand of curriculum leadership evolve.

Corey Blair to Lead Guidance Department

Mr. Corey Blair takes the helm as the Director of Guidance.
Mr. Corey Blair takes the helm as the Director of Guidance.

Our Guidance Department will be under new leadership in the coming year as Mr. Corey Blair takes over as the Director of this important team. Mr. Blair, who previously served as the Walt Whitman High School Dean of Students, is known for his keen intellect and accomplished interpersonal skills. Our Board President Nicholas Ciappetta describes Mr. Blair as a man who eats, sleeps, and breathes the South Huntington mission. Vice President Laura Carey adds that Mr. Blair is the type of leader who believes our district is capable of greatness and he will leave no stone unturned in providing the very best for the students, staff, and parents of our South Huntington community.

New Countrywood Principal Mitchell Levy

Mr. Levy will be assuming the mantle of leadership from retiring Countrywood Principal Barbara Kenney.
Mr. Levy will be assuming the mantle of leadership from retiring Countrywood Principal Barbara Kenney.

We are happy to report the appointment of Mr. Mitch Levy as the Principal of Countrywood Primary Center.  Mr. Levy will be assuming the mantle of leadership from Barbara Kenney, who is retiring with distinction after a lifetime of service to our South Huntington community.  Our Board of Education President Nicholas Ciappetta points with pride to Mr. Levy’s decades of experience and predicts that his boundless energy will elevate the gravitas of our Countrywood learning family.  We welcome Mr. Levy to our building leadership team and look forward to following Countrywood’s continued success.    

 

 

Silver Medal Awarded

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Walt Whitman High School has been awarded a Silver Medal in U.S. News and World Report's Best High School rankings. This prestigious list, which is compiled annually by the publisher and the American Institute for Research (a prominent Washington, D.C. behavioral and social science research firm) evaluates nearly 20,000 high schools across the nation.  Walt Whitman High School is ranked #1611 in the National Rankings.

The criteria has grown over the years from a simple look at AP offerings and placements to a fuller analysis, which includes students’ performance on mandated state assessments, AP offerings, AP exam success rate, minority and economically disadvantaged subgroup performance, and teacher-to-student ratio.

“We were thrilled to learn of our Silver Medal, ranking our high school as one of the top 10 academic schools in Suffolk County, and top 10% in New York State,” said District Supervisor Dr. David Bennardo. “We are blessed to have great teachers and staff, inquisitive students, and wonderfully supportive parents. The reality is that our school community is enjoying a genuine Renaissance because our people believe that it is possible to achieve greatness, while simultaneously providing programs that ensure increased opportunities to all members of our learning community.”

Girls Swim Team Tryouts

Project Excel...Reaching Our Goals

Project Excel students enjoy a wonderful dinner before the evening’s presentations.
Project Excel students enjoy a wonderful dinner before the evening’s presentations.
Coordinator of Student Services David Perkins with rising Whitman sophomore Pedro Benitez who gave the evenings Greetings.
Coordinator of Student Services David Perkins with rising Whitman sophomore Pedro Benitez who gave the evenings Greetings.
BOE Vice President Ms. Laura Carey (left) and Trustee Ms. Linda LaCara enjoying the year-end reception.
BOE Vice President Ms. Laura Carey (left) and Trustee Ms. Linda LaCara enjoying the year-end reception.
The dinner was donated by FoodPlaza in Huntington Station. David Perkins thanks FoodPlaza Deli Manager Hector Gonzalez.
The dinner was donated by FoodPlaza in Huntington Station. David Perkins thanks FoodPlaza Deli Manager Hector Gonzalez.
Keynote Speaker Carlos Jennings talks about a rough start as a young man and how he turned things around, thanks to the Council of Thoughts and Actions (COTA) a grassroots movement that was started in 2008 by Ms. Risco Mention-Lewis, the Suffolk County deputy police commissioner.
Keynote Speaker Carlos Jennings talks about a rough start as a young man and how he turned things around, thanks to the Council of Thoughts and Actions (COTA) a grassroots movement that was started in 2008 by Ms. Risco Mention-Lewis, the Suffolk County deputy police commissioner.

Last month, our Project Excel Program held a grand End of Year ceremony that celebrated the accomplishments of a truly outstanding year. This year’s theme: “No Excuses: We are Unstoppable in Achieving our Goals” inspired students to conquer challenges presented with a commitment to success. We are so very proud of the talented students who accepted the “call to excellence” and equally grateful to the dedicated mentors who contributed to the program’s success. Project Excel is one of those special activities that proves just how much can be accomplished when students, staff, parents, and community members work as a collective team.

Nomination Deadline for Hall of Fame Approaching

Ever wondered where your high school classmates ended up? Could the first-chair trombone player from Whitman now be part of a famous brass ensemble? Could your friend in DECA now be a CEO of a major company? Or maybe an actor on Broadway? Or a film director? Or could the kid who sat next to you in homeroom now be a local resident who dedicates his time to helping housebound seniors? Talent comes in all shapes and sizes. Now there’s a new way to honor those South Huntington alumni who have made a significant impact on others: The South Huntington Hall of Fame.

The purpose of the Hall of fame is to inspire current students by highlighting the successes of our alumni. Please mark your calendars and prepare to join us during Homecoming on Saturday, October 20, 2018

The general criteria for selection state that nominees must: have graduated at least 10 years ago, have graduated from South Huntington or Walt Whitman High School, have attended high school in South Huntington for a minimum of 2 years, and be worthy of permanent recognition in any field or endeavor.

The 6th biennial Induction Ceremony is being planned for homecoming weekend Saturday, October 20, 2018. So if you know of any alumni who you feel worthy of being nominated, send in a completed nomination form attached below and join us next fall for an honored tradition here in South Huntington.

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Summer Spotlight 2018

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April Poprilo is South Huntington’s New Assistant Superintendent of Student Services.

Ms. April Poprilo has been appointed as the  South Huntington Union Free School District's new Assistant Superintendent of Student Services.
Ms. April Poprilo has been appointed as the South Huntington Union Free School District's new Assistant Superintendent of Student Services.

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Ms. April Poprilo has been appointed as the South Huntington Union Free School District's new Assistant Superintendent of Student Services.  Ms. Poprilo, who for five years has served as the Supervisor of Curricula Services, is a talented educator and gifted communicator with nearly two decades of public school experience.

Ms. Poprilo’s accomplishments include a variety of dynamic, student-centered initiatives that have increased opportunity, while simultaneously promoting the district’s bedrock commitment to excellence. It is a genuine pleasure to congratulate our newest Superintendent’s Cabinet member and her loving husband, Andre, and their beautiful daughters, Perri and Morgan, on this impressive honor.

 

Congratulations Graduates

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go...”  Dr. Seuss- Oh, The Places You'll Go!
“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go...” Dr. Seuss- Oh, The Places You'll Go!
In Whitman’s North Gymnasium, Principal John Murphy (left) and Assistant Principal Jon Varlamos led a flawless commencement for our graduates and their families as the ceremony was moved inside due to impending thundershowers.
In Whitman’s North Gymnasium, Principal John Murphy (left) and Assistant Principal Jon Varlamos led a flawless commencement for our graduates and their families as the ceremony was moved inside due to impending thundershowers.
“My request goes to the core of the mission of this district and is embodied in our motto ‘Creating the leaders of tomorrow’:  Don’t leave the compassion, empathy, and generosity that you have so often demonstrated behind as you leave this building today.  Instead, let today’s commencement mark the beginning of a lifelong commitment to volunteerism and civic responsibility.  You represent the promise of tomorrow.” – BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta.
“My request goes to the core of the mission of this district and is embodied in our motto ‘Creating the leaders of tomorrow’: Don’t leave the compassion, empathy, and generosity that you have so often demonstrated behind as you leave this building today. Instead, let today’s commencement mark the beginning of a lifelong commitment to volunteerism and civic responsibility. You represent the promise of tomorrow.” – BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta.
“You are the 486 wonderfully intelligent, richly diverse, incredibly compassionate, remarkably successful men and women that have fueled our district’s success and put our South Huntington community on the map for scholastic, artistic, musical, athletic and leadership excellence and today the spotlight is on you.” – District Superintendent Dr. David Bennardo.
“You are the 486 wonderfully intelligent, richly diverse, incredibly compassionate, remarkably successful men and women that have fueled our district’s success and put our South Huntington community on the map for scholastic, artistic, musical, athletic and leadership excellence and today the spotlight is on you.” – District Superintendent Dr. David Bennardo.
Chloe Blumberg (shown) and each of our top-ten scholars were acknowledged with a rousing applause from the audience.
Chloe Blumberg (shown) and each of our top-ten scholars were acknowledged with a rousing applause from the audience.
Senior members of the Whitman Choir lead the commencement in The National Anthem.
Senior members of the Whitman Choir lead the commencement in The National Anthem.
“Over the last four years, we have etched ourselves indelibly across the school, and in turn, the school has etched itself into our hearts,” - Co-Valedictorian Joseph Van Gostein (left). -  “I would have never dreamed of being able to make my own cringe-inducing mixtape in a professional recording studio in my high school as a shy freshman. That’s a testament to the unique creative space that is Walt Whitman High School.”- Co-Valedictorian Joshua Joseph.
“Over the last four years, we have etched ourselves indelibly across the school, and in turn, the school has etched itself into our hearts,” - Co-Valedictorian Joseph Van Gostein (left). - “I would have never dreamed of being able to make my own cringe-inducing mixtape in a professional recording studio in my high school as a shy freshman. That’s a testament to the unique creative space that is Walt Whitman High School.”- Co-Valedictorian Joshua Joseph.
Employees of the district have the honor of presenting their graduating sons and daughters their diploma. Here, proud mom Joanne Williams escorts her son Matt to the podium.
Employees of the district have the honor of presenting their graduating sons and daughters their diploma. Here, proud mom Joanne Williams escorts her son Matt to the podium.
Walt Whitman graduates left to right: Alexander Plaisir, Julio Taku and Emmanuel Auguste.
Walt Whitman graduates left to right: Alexander Plaisir, Julio Taku and Emmanuel Auguste.
Brenda Mendez receives her diploma and is congratulated by BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta.
Brenda Mendez receives her diploma and is congratulated by BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta.
South Huntington Board of Education clockwise from left: Andrew D. Bronson, Sidney B. Joyner, Edward J. Nitkewicz, J.D., Michele R. DeGaetano, Linda O. LaCara, Vice President Laura B. Carey, and President Nicholas R. Ciappetta, J.D.
South Huntington Board of Education clockwise from left: Andrew D. Bronson, Sidney B. Joyner, Edward J. Nitkewicz, J.D., Michele R. DeGaetano, Linda O. LaCara, Vice President Laura B. Carey, and President Nicholas R. Ciappetta, J.D.

With threatening sky’s overhead, it seemed an easy call for our 486 seniors to begin the next step in their lives from the relative safety of Walt Whitman’s North Gymnasium, a room they have all shared together many times over the past four years. With an overflow crowd enjoying a live video feed in the air-conditioned comfort of the Performing Arts Center, Whitman’s eighty-eighth commencement got underway.

Emceed by Assistant Principal Jonathan Varlamos, students, guests, and family members heard from Board of Education President Nicholas Ciappetta, District Superintendent Dr. David Bennardo, and Whitman Principal John Murphy. The two-hour ceremony also featured Whitman’s Senior Class President Jack Anest, and this year’s co-valedictorians, Joseph Van Gostein and Joshua Joseph, who, along with their 2018 senior classmates, began a new and promising chapter in their young lives. The Walt Whitman Symphony Orchestra, led by Mr. Frank Yolango ushered the seniors in and out of the ceremony that also featured the Whitman choir led by Mr. Steven Altinel.

“The Class of 2018 has succeeded in spite of current affairs and has become outstanding young adults that our community can be proud of,” said BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta. “You provide an example for our leaders to follow, not the other way around. Whenever I worry about the direction of our country, your actions reassure me that the future is bright. Whenever I hear about an unconscionable act of evil, you reaffirm my faith in humanity.”

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

Heather Aadal, Filomena Abbatiello, Daniel Abbruzzese, Lucas Abrego, Angelly Acosta Avila, Enil Acosta Avila, Andrea Adames, Christopher Alexander Adams, Ife Faith Adebola, Arianna Ahmad, Imra Gulam Ahmed, Johnique N. Aiken, Eduardo A. Alas Castillo, Elmer Y. Aleman, Jaime A. Aleman, Nelsy Alfaro Ortez, Jeremiah Alicea, Lyndon Alivio, James Aloisi, Christine Alvarenga, Evelyn J. Alvarez, Cintia Amaya, Jack George Anest, John Christopher Aparicio, Willian Arevalo Espinal, Germany Ariste, Daisy Arvelo, Mavia E. Ashraf, Sharyar Asif, Emmanuel Auguste, Stacey Lynn Auguste, Josue Avila Castro, Christopher M. Babinski, Luis Baires, Christopher Eli Bamberger, Noah Barahona, Marissa N. Barletta, Jennifer Barrios, Jake Barry, Katie E. Batkin, Lindsay Bayley, Malakei Beckett, Brandon M. Bellocchio, Emily Nicole Beltrán, Dunia Benitez, Jose Benitez Granados, Darren Stewart Bentler, Maria Yvonne Berdat, Joshua Philip Nathan Berger, Alexa Betancourth, Nisa Octavia-Renee Betts, Zoey Elizabeth Bianco, Christopher Steven Bias, Olivia Rachel Biederman, Dana Bitter, Leevon C. Black, Sheamari Blanchard, Farrell Blum, Chloe Grace Blumberg, Taejon Bondfield, Cyndy Alicia Bonilla, Jessica A. Booher, Androw Botrous, Cameron T. Botta, Michael John Bottoni, Brandon Bowden, Hannah R. Braun, Nicole Maria Brigante, Kara Elisabeth Bromschwig, Michael Colin Bronson, Andrew Brookman, Thomas R. Brostowin, Kiara Sabrina Lashaun Brown, Lauren, Caitlin Brown, Leatrice Brown, Makayla Brunet, Noelle Ann Bryggman, Kevin Burgos, Safiya Burton, Brandy Caceres, Bryan Caceres, Eric Jason Cajowski, Jr., Caesar Calderon, David Caliendo, Anthony Calovic, Alyn Calzada, Kayla Ann Campana, Kristy Rose Campana, Joseph Biagio Campanella, Marta Campos, Randys Campos, Brenda Canales Ruiz, Vincent Joseph Carlson, Eileen Carmichael, April M. Carmine, Damaya Carpenter, Cindy Castro, Sindy Catalan, Luis Gavino Catalan Hernandez, Frank Catapano, Jenny Catron, Peter Alfredo Cerrito, Zarlish Chaudhry, Debbie Chavez, Karen Elena Chavez, Edwin Chavez Hernandez, Marco A. Chiriboga, Desirée Liana Chouinard, Tiffany Chuen, Patrick N. Coard, Kelvin A. Colato , Conor Coleman, Kristen Ariel Coletti, Sheily Collado, Erin Collins, Jalynn Cooke, Yomary Cordero, Christina Emily Corry, Christian Cortes, David Peter Costa, Alexa Costas, Daenys Cruz Alvarenga, Sofia Inez Cruz-Gomez, Connor Allen Cuevas, John Cullen, Angelina D' Amico, Danielle D' Amico, Lauren Nicole D' Avanzo, Deena Dalia, Mark William Dammer Jr.,  Brenden Davis, Thomas J. DeGaetano, Brooke Decker, Jessica Irene Delaney, Bryanna Marie Delgado, Cayleigh C. Delgado, Justin Delgado, Alyssa Marie Denis, Anthony Dennison, Elias Dimatis, Allison M. Distasi, Lauren Evelyn Distasi, Onkar S. Dogra, Kevin Dominguez Funez, Patrick Dooley, Saskia T. Dormeus, Lia Emilia Dougherty, Tristan Dougherty, Gabriella Duval, Moira C. Eaches, Hunter Eichner, Max L. Eidinoff, Alexander Manuel Encarnacion, Branden A. Eudy, William Evertsen, Tajear Adrian Farquharson, Cameron Justin Feliz, Dania Fernandez, Christopher J. Feustel, Chelsea Figueroa, Julia Lauren Fisch, Noah George Fleites, Thomas Richard Flood, Kevin Flores, Marilyn Joanna Flores Martinez, Paul Follo, London Fomchenko Pieters, Holly May Fontanetta, Anthony Frazzitta, Joshua Matthew Friedman, Dayana, E. Fuentes, Emily W. Fung, Lillianna Rose Galati, Karla Lourdes Garay Saravia, Adriana Garcia, Brian J. Garcia, Christian Garcia, Joseline Garcia, Romello Garcia, Thomas Jose Garcia, Geysen Garcia Ulloa, Erika Gaspar, Tyler M. Gaynor, Sarah Frances Gemunder, Roodjerry Geneus, Janell George, Maclaire George, Adrian Christopher Gervasio, Jason Edward Girard, Joseph Goldis, Jacob Benjamin Goldstein, Joshua Goldstein, Shadae Dorothy Graham, Alex Ryan Greenberg, Samson Galaxy Grimm, Veronica G. Guerrero Reyes, Chris Guevara, Kelley Anne Gurr, Robert Gurr, Maegan Rose Guzman, Erin Susanna Haddock, Matthew Steven Haddock, Fazli A. Halimi, Sliman Halimi, Edward J. Hardwick, Trevor Shea Hardy, Danielle Vilynn Harris, Mark Andrew Havekotte, Elias Hernandez, Gabriel Hernandez, Genesis Jissel Hernandez, Katherine Hernandez, Wilson Hernandez, Leydi  Hernandez , Guillermo Higueros, Kevin Hong, Kathleen E. Hoppe, Aidan Richard Hoskey, Liora Sarah Hyman, Huma Ilyas, Julia Grace Iovino, Talha Ishtiaq, Michael Curtis Jackson, Larry Jennings, Michelle Jiang, Justin C. Joachim, Timothy Charles Jobson Jr., Patrec Alexander Jones Brown, Daphnee F. Joseph, Joshua L. Joseph, John Scott Joy, Katrina Joyce, Habiba Kakar, Matthew Stephen Kaputa, Deepti S. Khaira, Abaseen Khan, Nimra I. Khan, Britany Khatchatourian, Hailey Khatchatourian, Sarah Kim, Ryan J. King, Jennifer Jordan Kirkpatrick, Nellie Annalaine Klein, Lauren D. Koch, Nicole Marie Koerner, Grace Kongevold, Mollie Anna Korn, Zachary Korsch, Paul Lahm, Kevin Larios, Katie Sabina Latko, Maelyn Sophie Latko, Alexander Layer, Zachary M. Lella, Freddy Leon, Vasquez, Robert Leonick, Jacob Luke Levinsky, Jonathan Lew, Miles Lewis, Loren Lezcano, Sergio Licona, Meaghan Elizabeth Liegey, Frank Lin, Shaquell Long, Erika Lopez, Michael Lopez, Sara E. Lopez, Wendy M. Lopez, Jose Lopez Galdamez, Julia Michelle Lopez Zapata, Nadia Eve Lubrano, Graham Nicolas Lunt, Jordan Lyons, Erin Rose MacLeod, Tiana Macdonald, Kyla Michelle Magrane, Frank Maguire, Timothy Jared Mahadeo, Anchal Mahmood, Aisha Majid, Maria Malave Montoya, Joseph Maldonado Gonzalez, Tyler Malone, Christine Mann, Tyler Margolin, Andy W. Marino, Devin Marion, Jalen Price Marks, Eduardo Martinez Garcia, Genesis Martinez Lopez, Taylor Leigh Martino, Kentaro Matsushima, James A. Mattutat, Logan Thomas Matty, James Douglas Mayer, Katherine Mazariego Rivera, Sydney McCrea, Emma R. Mc Donald, Scott McEntee, Luke Ryan McEvoy, Matthew McGowan, Julia Mc Mullen, Griffin M. Mc Nally, Nathaniel Thomas McNally, Jonathan Mc Namara, Ryan Francis McQuade, Fernando Daniel Medina, Yadira Medina Moctezuma, Edilson Medrano, Anzzony Mejia Lopez, Jenmily Melendez-Contreras, Delaney Cecilia Mena, Brenda Maritza Mendez, Daniel Michael Meoli, Zachary Joseph Merbitz, John Monteforte, Michael Montiel, Christopher Morales, David Alexander Morales, Harrison Morales, Hapi D. Morancie, Eyvin  Moreira, Jennifer Moreno, Aamash Mussa, Azmat Naeemi, Michael John Naughton, Joanne Nguyen, Grace E. Noonan, Sean Patrick O'Donnell, Collin John O'Neill, Kelly O'Neill, Kiersten Ruth O'Rourke, Viviana Aura Oliva, Kalid Osman, Samuel E. Paez, Jalen J. Parrish, Daniela Marie Pasquarello, Shailee Patel, Saleena Pawa, Correy Pearlman, Liliana Rose Pelliccia, Christopher Pepe, Casey Perez, Karell X. Kamau Person, Edwinn Pineda, Shaylyn Pineda, Michael James Pinelli, Alexander Plaisir, Elizabeth Carla Plaisir, Ella Michelle Podhurst, Shannon N. Polk, Luigi Portaro, Melissa Portillo, George J. Powell, Alexandria Lucy Probst, Brenton K. Quinn, Abigail Quintanilla, Jorge Quintanilla Rivas, Steven Alberto Ramirez, Edgar Josue Ramirez Grajeda, Adam Ramos, Joshua Ramtahal, Susana, Recarte Buezo, Yereny Recarte Hernandez, Alexander Reyes, Darwin J. Reyes, Dayana R. Reyes, Kimberly Roxanna Reyes-Flores, Umer Riaz,Cindy Richard, Kaitlyn Mae Riha, Angelina Rinaldi, Alisson Rincon Martinez, Denilson Rivas, Erika Rivas, Shakira Kalese Rivers, Isabella Rose Rizzotti, Antonia Zoe Rodgers, Deyvi Rodriguez, Ivan Rodriguez, Mia Rodriguez, Yajayra Romero, Madeline Rosales Portillo, Anthony Rosano, Frankcarlis Rosario, Maureen Susan Rossero, Caitlyn Rows, Lauryn Rows, Matthew Ruiz, Bradley Robert Rummell, Charles Connor Ruotolo, Amina Sadiq, Joseline Geovana Salguero Morales, Jose Sanchez, Cesar Santangelo, John Santiago, Kenny Saravia, Yasmini Y. Saravia, Jeferson Saravia Garcia, Brianna M. Sarnataro, Jenna Rose Scheiner, Damani Schum, FrankKevin Schwantner, Robert J. Seebach Jr., Daniela Andrea Segura, Jason Tyler Seidl, Michael Seitz, Michelle Serna, Brittany Anne Shaneberger, Rithik Sharma, Ryan Shea, Alexandra Megan Sherry, Alexander Maxwell Siegel, John Vincent Silveri, Samantha Silverio, Jamie Silverman, Sofia Sirias, Aiden Patrick Smyth, Sean M. Smyth, Ahmar Sohail, Tania Sood, Samantha Sorto, Samantha Southard, Ira D. Squires, Dzeneta Srdanovic, Matthew Walter Stampfel, Hannah Kathleen Stasko, Colin Stengl, Craig Thomas Stockfeder, Mariela Suarez, Clifford Orion Sweezey, Michael Tabaee, Julio Shimund Perez Taku, Amaya Christine Taylor, Vanisha Taylor, Alina R. Terriche, Jonathan Thode, De Quanta Threatts, Joseph G. Thyer, Katelyn Tirado, Amanda Grace Tobin, Diana Torres, Jennifer Torres, Matthew Thomas Torres, Brian Scott Trifon, Perry J. Tripi, Darlyn Uceda, Jamelin Ulloa Torres, Dylan Uvena, Antonio N. Valencia, Cinthya Valencia Villatoro, Yecelin Erelin Valencia Campos, Joseph N. VanGostein, Andrea E. Vasquez Funes, Melvi Vasquez, John Vasta, Rachel M. Vaughan, Camilo, Vazquez, Samuel Velasquez, Elizabeth Vetro, Cinthia Vides Sorto, Even Villarreal, Kelsey Villatoro Alfaro, Elmer Vilorio, Brian Vitoria, Sean Michael Wagner, Justin Wallace, Domonique Watts, Colin Raymond Weigele, Ariana Regina Weindling, Marissa Ashley Whelan, Matthew Mark Williams, Sean Williams, Fiona Ambrose Witt, Jack Martin Wrobel, Jacqueline M. Wuestman, Alec Daniel Wurtz, Diego Yanez Romero, Shannon J. Yodice, Patema Zadran, Chloe Zakarin, Natalie Irene Zakrzewski, Nicholas Richard Zarcone, Jared D. Zenie, Michael John David Zimmerman, and Jake Zippelius.

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SAT-ACT Test Prep Classes


Method Test Prep will offer summer ACT/SAT Prep classes at Walt Whitman High School starting July 17.  Registration http://www.methodtestprep.com/school/waltwhitman/  Enroll before July 1st for a discount.  Free Method Test preparation resources are available to high school students via Castle Learning.  

 

Unity in the Community Parade & Fair - 9/22/18

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District Website Accessibility Notice

Please note that the District’s current website is undergoing major construction and will be completely updated very shortly.

 

In the meantime, if the format of any material on our current website interferes with your ability to access information and you require an accommodation, please contact Laura McLean (lmclean@shufsd.org) in the Superintendent’s Office. To enable us to respond in a manner most helpful to you, please indicate the nature of your accessibility problem, the preferred format in which to receive the material, the Web address of the requested material, and your contact information.

 

Further, if you would like to file a complaint concerning the accessibility of our website, please also contact Laura McLean (lmclean@shufsd.org) for further information.

 

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