By Huntington school superintendent James Polansky
On Saturday, Sept. 28, the Huntington School District will proudly host its annual “Homecoming.” It is a day to celebrate the past, present and future of our dynamic school community. It is also the culmination of an eventful week at Huntington High School, featuring unparalleled and contagious school spirit, excitement and camaraderie.Popular Stories
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The day will kick off with the ever-popular Homecoming parade at noon.
Participants, including student/staff/parent groups from every district school and an assortment of magnificent floats constructed by each of the high school classes, will meet at the Gerard Street post office between 11:30 and 11:45 AM. Groups will promenade down Main Street and New York Avenue, and will finish at Huntington High School in advance of a 2 p.m. varsity football contest between our Blue Devils and the Amityville Warriors.
I encourage every district resident, as well as friends and family, to line the streets on the parade route. I also extend to all an invitation to attend the game and to cheer the Blue Devils to victory. Attendees will also be treated to halftime performances from the award-winning Blue Devil Marching Band and Huntington Highsteppers.
We are looking forward to a fun-filled, family-oriented day and a day for every community member to join together in support of our students and schools.
See you on Saturday!