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Half Hollow Hills Community Information Area

The District acknowledges that its constitutency includes not only our students, staff, and parents, but also those district residents who presently do not have children attending its schools.

This area houses information directly addressing community members, their needs and interests, in relation to our school district. It will also link community members with community organizations near and far.

Our community. How close is it? How far does it reach?

We draw strength from our community and give to our community.

Our community is as intimate and small as the lines drawn around the school district borders, the community we serve with resources and support and whose active involvement in our schools by individuals, companies and organizations is ever appreciated.

But, our community is larger, too. We are situated in the community that stretches out to cultural and community gems, such as the Art League of Long Island, Walt Whitman's Birthplace, Heckscher Museum of Art, the New Community Cinema, the Huntington Historical Society, and to so many people, businesses, and organizations that surround and nurture us.* And. our community stretches for so many of us from New York City to Montauk, from and including the Long Island Sound and the Atlantic ocean. From there, it now stretches out to world. We have projects and activities that join us powerfully with others in a global community.

Introduction written by Dr. Bette Schneiderman,
District resident

* Let us know if there are community organizations you would like considered for highlighting on this site. We will select many to include here.

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April 2014

Notice of Level 2 Sex Offender in Zip Code 11747
The Long Island Network of Teacher Centers is committed to the process of developing teacher leaders. Through additional funding from the New York State Education Department 35 teachers from Long Island were selected to become teacher coaches and assist their colleagues with implementing the Common Core Standards. Half Hollow Hills is proud to announce the participation of six teachers; Dawn Giamalvo, Brooke Helmes, Amanda Kavner, Maria Lennon, Leslie Pilgrim, and Geraldine Sundermier.
On Tuesday, April 29, 2014 the entire Half Hollow Hills School community will Light It Up Blue along with the international autism community, in commemoration of Autism Awareness Month.
Speaker: Susan A. Berland, Town of Huntington Councilwoman - Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 7:30 PM
April, May and June workshops, descriptions and response sheets are now available

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