Homecoming Parade Highlights

Ready to begin their parade route, our seniors with their class float, line up along Whitman’s track just prior to the start.
Ready to begin their parade route, our seniors with their class float, line up along Whitman’s track just prior to the start.
While the day would belong to the Varsity Football team, our Stimson Wildcat Football players were showing that they were ready if needed.
While the day would belong to the Varsity Football team, our Stimson Wildcat Football players were showing that they were ready if needed.
Our local Cub Scouts, Brownie Troops and Boy and Girl Scout groups enjoyed the day. Individual group photos can be found in the photo galleries below.
Our local Cub Scouts, Brownie Troops and Boy and Girl Scout groups enjoyed the day. Individual group photos can be found in the photo galleries below.
Army was well represented and everyone was ready to try their hand climbing the rock wall.
Army was well represented and everyone was ready to try their hand climbing the rock wall.

From Schools Superintendent Dr. Bennardo:

Thank you to all of our South Huntington family members who helped make Homecoming weekend such a grand success. Everything from the powder puff game to the bonfire, barbecue, carnival, ball games, pumpkin patch, Wildcat tunnel, and golf outing, all spoke volumes about the spirit and collaboration that characterizes our learning family.

It was inspiring to see students of all grades and ages, as well as parents and community members from across the generations, taking part in the "small town" ceremonies and festivities.

We are blessed to live and work in a place that cares so deeply for their school and community traditions. There was something special about seeing the members of our South Huntington family marching down the center of Jericho Turnpike as a sea of Wildcat “maroon and white” filled the streets. 

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