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The Stimson building was packed with staff, students, parents, and community members helping to make this event one to remember.
The Stimson building was packed with staff, students, parents, and community members helping to make this event one to remember.

The 2019 STEAM and National History Day Curriculum Fair at Stimson Middle School was an overwhelming success, with all students participating in both the seventh and eighth grade.

“I am always amazed at the ingenuity and talent of our students!” said Stimson Principal Edwin W. Smith.  “This year's STEAM and National History Day Curriculum Fair once again left me speechless and proud of the hard work of our students.  Over the next few months our students will compete in the local, and if we are lucky, National level, unveiling their projects at the Long Island Math Fair, Long Island Science Congress, and the National History Day Competition at Hofstra University.  I wish our students the best of luck and know you will make South Huntington proud!"