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Lupinacci Presents Proclamation Honoring South Huntington School District Achievements

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U.S. News and World Report named Walt Whitman High School the 147th Best Public High School in New York State.

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(L to R, back): Councilman Edmund J.M. Smyth; Councilman Mark Cuthbertson; Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci; Councilwoman Joan Cergol; (L to R, front): Superintendent Dr. David Bennardo; Nicholas Ciappetta, Town Attorney and President of the South Huntington School Board; Walt Whitman High School Principal John Murphy.

Photo by: Town of Huntington

Huntington, NY - July 31, 2018 - Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci presented a proclamation from the Town recognizing South Huntington School District officials in June for U.S. News and World Report naming Walt Whitman High School the 147th Best Public High School in New York State and sixteen-hundred-and-eleventh (1,611th) in the national rankings, earning a Silver Medal.
 
“Thank you to Dr. David Bennardo, Superintendent of South Huntington schools, and Principal John Murphy of Walt Whitman High School for continuing to hold the bar high for academic excellence and serving the needs of all of our district’s students,” said Supervisor Lupinacci.
 
U.S. News and World Report named Walt Whitman High School the 147th Best Public High School in New York State and sixteen-hundred-and-eleventh (1,611th) in the national rankings, earning a Silver Medal.
 
U.S. News and World Reports evaluates data published for over 20,000 schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia to identify schools that best serve all of their students.