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Schools

Northport High School varsity wrestling wins League II championship

Jan 14, 2022 | Schools

Northport High School’s varsity wrestling team took home a 43-16 win over Commack High School this past Wednesday, January 12, to secure the Section XI League II championship. Led by coach Robert “Thad” Aliberti, the team is…

District providing weekly Covid-19 testing to Northport-East Northport community members

Jan 5, 2022 | Schools

Last week, the Northport-East Northport UFSD offered Covid-19 testing for the school community at Bellerose Avenue Elementary School, a building mothballed after the board of education voted in favor of its closing in April…

New festival seeks to engage local high school students in the arts/theater

Dec 30, 2021 | Schools

A Young Playwrights Festival, presented by the Northport Arts Coalition (NAC) and the John W. Engeman Theater, has put out a call for submissions open to all Huntington township high school students. It’s the first year of…

Chromebooks set to come home in the event district or individual schools go remote

Dec 22, 2021 | Schools

A rise in Covid-19 cases both nationally and in the community has got school district officials thinking proactively and today, December 23, they’ll be sending all students home with their Chromebooks in the case that the…

“Disturbing trend” continues as threats to high school, hateful messages shared in chat room

Dec 22, 2021 | Schools

A violent threat against Northport High School, made in a gaming chat room by Northport High School students, was reported to the community by Superintendent of Schools Robert Banzer this past weekend, just days after a viral…

TikTok challenge causes concern nationally and locally; threats deemed “non-credible”

Dec 17, 2021 | Schools

A nationwide TikTok “challenge” gone viral has caused concern among school employees, parents and students this week, as today, December 17, has been labeled “National Shoot Up Your School Day” on the social media platform…

Elementary school students raise over $1,000 to purchase gifts for families in need

Dec 14, 2021 | Schools

Fifth Avenue Elementary School students helped brighten the holiday season for families in need this past month, raising over $1,000 to purchase gifts for numerous families, thanks to an initiative led by the school’s SHARE…

Middle school playgrounds designed to give a new and active outlet to students in grades 5-8

Dec 8, 2021 | Schools

Playgrounds recently installed at both Northport Middle School and East Northport Middle School will be ready for students to use this week and may be used by all students in the buildings, grades 5-8, confirmed school…

An in-depth look at Ramon’s Place, Northport High School’s very own food pantry

Nov 26, 2021 | Schools

In March of 2018, Northport High School student Ashleigh Basel pitched an idea for her Girl Scouts project: What if we put a food pantry in the high school? What may have at first seemed a typical community service project…

Operation Shoe Drop hits Brosnan building in demonstration against potential vaccine mandates for children

Nov 20, 2021 | Schools

Over 180 pairs of shoes, left in the walkway and on the steps leading up to the William J. Brosnan building in Northport this past Thursday evening, were displayed in a silent demonstration against potential state mandates…

Tigers field hockey ends season with flawless record and state championship

Nov 15, 2021 | Schools

Nothing would get it in the way of the Northport girls varsity field hockey team this weekend – or this season – as the Tigers finished their perfect season 21-0, claiming the title of New York State Champions with a win…

A thrilling game and heartbreaking loss ends Tigers football season in semifinals

Nov 14, 2021 | Schools

It was a beautiful night for football as the Tigers took on Lindenhurst in the Division II County semifinal this past Friday, November 12. The Tigers had the ball to start the game and moved the chains a few times but were…

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