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The Hauppauge Union Free School District, which consistently maintains its reputation for outstanding academic, athletic, and artistic achievements, is the twenty-seventh largest of Suffolk County’s sixty-nine school systems educating students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. There are approximately 3,900 students in the public schools and more than 250 students in private and parochial schools.
Hauppauge School District is comprised of Hauppauge High School (grades 9-12), Hauppauge Middle School (grades 6-8) and three elementary schools - Bretton Woods, Forest Brook, and Pines
Contact: Carla Simpson
50 Irish Ln
East Islip, NY
The Islip Arts Council is dedicated to leadership, advocacy, and excellence in the arts. We present, produce, and promote culturally responsive, high quality programs in varied artistic disciplines for our diverse population. Our goal is to facilitate these programs in response to the needs of the Long Island community.
Literacy Suffolk, Inc. provides free one-to-one and small group literacy tutoring to adults and trains volunteer tutors and testers.
Home Remodeling Contractor
Deer Park, NY
Roofing & Water Proofing Contractor
Roof Services is a Long Island based roofing contractor serving Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County and Kings County since 1996.
Roof Services provides high quality, professional roofing repairs, replacements and roof consulting to residential and commercial customers.
Business owned by a Hauppauge resident.
Adult continuing education classes offered by the Smithtown School District. Classes include: High School Equivalency test prep (TASC); Adult Basic Education; English as a Second Language; Citizenship; Workforce Preparation; Exercise, Craft; and more. Visit the website for course catalog.
PO Box 700
The Suffolk County Board of Elections was established in 1935 as a bipartisan agency responsible for all aspects of the electoral process, from voter registration to election results. In 1976, with the adoption of New York State Election Law, Suffolk's Board became part of the New York State Board of Elections, with expanded regulatory duties.
2-1-1 Long Island connects people to local health and human service agencies and programs.