ASSEMBLYMAN LUPINACCI CELEBRATES COUNTRYWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Celebrating the school’s 50th anniversary left to right: Countrywood Principal Barbara Kenney, Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci South Huntington BOE Vice President Nicholas Ciappetta, Countrywood Assistant Principal Kellie Njenga, and South Huntington Schools Superintendent Dr. David Bennardo.
Celebrating the school’s 50th anniversary left to right: Countrywood Principal Barbara Kenney, Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci South Huntington BOE Vice President Nicholas Ciappetta, Countrywood Assistant Principal Kellie Njenga, and South Huntington Schools Superintendent Dr. David Bennardo.

At last week’s 50th Anniversary celebration for Countrywood Primary Center, Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci joined leaders of Countrywood and the District in an evening fundraiser sponsored by the PTA, for the school’s cultural arts programs.

“Countrywood Primary Center has played a crucial role in developing young minds and providing the foundation for future success,” said Assemblyman Lupinacci. “With the terrific administrators, teachers and staff at Countrywood, we have seen this educational center flourish and prepare South Huntington students for excellent academic careers.”

Lupinacci presented the parents, teachers, administrators and alumni with an official New York State Assembly citation, commemorating this significant milestone. “After 50 years, it is encouraging to see that Countrywood remains a sanctuary for young minds to grow, develop and blossom. Countrywood continues to equip every child with the tools to reach their fullest potential,” Lupinacci said.