The Dispatch

The Student News Site of Huntington High School

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The Dispatch

The Dispatch

About Us

The Dispatch is Huntington High School’s official student publication. Written for over 1500 students attending HHS, The Dispatch is distributed to all students, staff and school community members at the school free of charge.
The Editorial Board is the newspaper’s decision-making body, organizing and directing its operation. The Dispatch staff has adopted the following editorial policy to express the rights, responsibilities and philosophy of the newspaper for the 2019-2020 school year.

The Dispatch of Huntington High School is a public forum, with its student editorial board making all decisions concerning its content. Unsigned editorials express the views of the majority of the
editorial board.
Letters to the editor are welcomed and will be published as space allows. Letters are preferred signed, but may be published by request. The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit letters for grammar and clarity, and all letters are subject to laws governing obscenity, libel, privacy, and disruption of the school process, as are all contents of the paper.

Questions, comments, and letters to the editor should be sent electronically to [email protected] or submitted to The Dispatch mailbox located in the main office. Opinions in letters are not necessarily those of the staff, nor should any opinion expressed in a public forum be construed as the opinion of the
administration, unless so attributed.

The Dispatch’s goal is to provide readers with interesting content in a wide variety of areas. Such areas include the news coverage of school and community events, as well as features on relevant topics. In addition, The Dispatch will provide opinionated editorials on controversial topics, as well as provide previews and reviews for upcoming school and professional sports seasons and other forms of entertainment.