South Huntington

School District

Board of Education


According to the New York State School Boards Association, a school board member takes on one of the most important citizen responsibilities—overseeing the education of a community’s youth.  From Preschool days to high school graduation day, the Board of Education is instrumental in decisions that need to be made and tough challenges that require working collegially as a single entity for the success of each and every student.

These individuals are volunteers—and they dedicate their time and talent selflessly in creating a shared vision for the future of education.

Our South Huntington Board of Education works continuously in setting the direction to achieve the highest student performance; they demand rigorous accountability for student achievement results and support a healthy school culture for work and learning.  Seven individuals—all very different from each other—working together for our South Huntington learning family.

At a recent Board of Education meeting, the Board was recognized by students, administration, teachers, staff members and community stakeholders providing their appreciation and gratitude to have these fine individuals serve on behalf of our children. We are indeed blessed to have each one and further blessed to have such a rich history of board members who have served our community with such concern and care.

Thank you to South Huntington’s Board of Education for your unwavering dedication to our district and its students, and thank you to all who came to share your appreciation on this special evening.

Photo Gallery

The night began with a singing celebration by Countrywood students from Mr. Campbell’s Dual-Language class directed by Music Teacher Adam Slawitsky. We were impressed by the voices of students Julianne Meijer, Carly Szeitz, Charles Stolze, Gael Hernandez Menor, Timmy Shiffmacher, Thiago Amorin Arias, Naomi Ramos Hernandez, Dylan Velasquez Vilorio and Ellie Castellanos Hernandez.

Oakwood student Remy Cohen presented a well-spoken reading to the Board of Education.

Birchwood students Alice Arevalo and Sam Novick gave celebratory gifts to grateful Board members.

Abigail O'Reilly and Annabelle Mockler gave Board members handmade artwork made by Maplewood artists, showing their appreciation with colorful creativity.

WWHS Senior Serena Heddell performed "Can't Help Falling in Love" beautifully on the ukulele.

Expressions of appreciation from (top left to bottom right): South Huntington Administrative Association - Ed Smith, South Huntington Chairpersons Association - Jay Corcoran, SHUFSD PTA Council President - Michelle Murphy, South Huntington Teachers' Association - Dennis Callahan, Wildcat Booster Club - Damien Caldwell, and South Huntington Office Staff Association - Karen Cruz-Carrillo and Susan Kiesel.



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