Spotlight

  • GH Kindness Force-Field

    At Goosehill this year, the focus is on “kindness.” Principal, Lynn Herschlein, explained, “While kindness may seem like a simple concept, we infuse it into all that we do. We want children to be kind to their peers, siblings, and all the people they meet!” Students built a “Force-Field of Kindness” around the

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  • GH "Splash of Color" Self Portraits

    Sometimes all you need is a "splash of color!" These brilliant self portraits began with a photogragh of each student in Ms. Gonzalez-Condell's class, which were then covered with a layer of clear plastic sheets. Each student traced and added "splashes of color" - the results were

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  • GH 100th Day of School

    Celebrating the 100th day of school is a HUGE event when you're in kindergarten at Goosehill. Each student creates their very own project with 100 pieces, and the results are simply magical. First gradersvisit all the kindergarten classrooms to see them on display, then the whole school marches off to an

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  • LH February Artist of the Month

    Congratulations to February Artist of the Month Nora O'Grady in class 3s. Her work is on display outside the art room.

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  • Adopted 2018-2019 School Calendar

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  • LHS Hall of Egypt

    Ancient Egypt was on display as sixth grade students at Lloyd Harbor created a myriad of projects, including pyramids, sculptures, jewelry, masks, costumes and more for a social studies unit. “All were very excited to present their creative projects to their classmates,” said Ms. Matthews. Each student

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  • WS Lunch with Principal

    Each year, Principal, Kurt Simon, has lunch with the students every week, and by the end of year, he makes sure he had the opportunity to eat with every student! These intimate sessions provide feedback and discussion for many issues, ideas and concerns. The theme this year was #bekindmovement,

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  • West Side STEAM FAIR

    At the January 31st STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Fair for 5th graders, students created a variety of amazing projects using MakerSpace, engineering design challenges, and robotics. Makerspace projects allowed students to use a variety of tools and materials, to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover. While the engineering challenges had specific criteria and constraints for acceptable solutions to problems, by building and testing

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  • WS Great Kindness Challenge

    West Siders participated in The Great Kindness Challenge this week. Each day they pushed themselves to perform as many acts of kindness as possible. Throughout the week, our oldest students with the support of Ms. Agnello, created kindness bumper stickers and posted them all over the school sharing messages of kindness. Thank you to the entire staff and student body for an amazing week of kindness!

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  • WS Golden Ticket

    Willie Wonka isn’t the only one who gets the Golden Ticket! The idea of earning tickets began four years ago when the month of January was designated as “Genuine Acts of Kindness Month.” Two years later, this effort evolved into a Growth Mindset movement of tickets collected for only one month. The students and staff loved it so much, they decided to do it all year long focusing on grit and kindness which began in 2016. Each month,

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  • LH Genius Hour

    The newly constructed Creative Learning Lab (CLL) Centers are fully operational and up and running at both elementary schools. This 5th grade session was engaged in a project entitled “Genius Hour,” which is part of a non-fiction reading unit where students followed their passion and curiosity by investigating a topic of their choice. Similar to the concept of Google’s 20%-time idea, they spent 3 weeks

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  • LH FLES Star of the Month

    Each month, one student from each grade (2-6) is awarded a certificate for FLES Estrellita (estre-yi-ta) del mes. This certificate is given to a student who demonstrates that he or she is kind, responsible, and a good team-player. The recipients of this award for the month of January are: Gr. 2: Kaitlin Millett; Gr. 3: Emma Wood; Gr. 4: Jeep Pace; Gr. 5: Nicolette Mangi; Gr. 6: Alexandra Pace.

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  • Information Regarding Reward School Status

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  • Character Recognition Awards

    The Character Recognition Awards were held on February 8th recognizing and celebrating good character in students. (click to see more)

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  • LIFA Speech & Debate Eliminations Tournament

    On February 3, CSH Jr/Sr High School hosted the LIFA Speech & Debate Eliminations Tournament. CSH junior, Dana Drogin, came in first place in “Varsity Oral Interpretation” earning her a place in the State Tournament in April at Hofstra. Good luck!

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  • GH Make a Planet

    As part of the first-grade curriculum, students learned about space systems, concentrating on the patterns and cycles of the sun and moon. Students voiced that they would love to learn about the different planets in the solar system. Each student chose a planet to research and partnered up with students of the same interest. The

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  • LH Robotics

    Robotics at the elementary schools is offered both as an in-school unit and an after-school option (at both Lloyd Harbor and West Side School). Basic programming begins in 4th grade during the where students learn to build and program robots over a ten-session unit. Then in the fall of 5th grade, they use the robot they built and continue to program it. Students work in groups

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  • Youth Summit Day

    Students took part in our first Youth Summit Day - learning about empathy, identity, being an upstander and recognizing when jokes cross the line into words that can harm. Great job by the students, presenters and organizational team! Much gratitude to the CFA for their support

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  • 2017 Siemens Competition Semi-Finalists

    2017 Siemens Competition Semi-Finalists On October 17 th , Newsday announced the 56 semi-finalists in Long Island (out of 491 nationwide) named for the prestigious 2017 Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology.  For the first time, Cold Spring Harbor High School student, Thomas McGee, was awarded this distinction.  The Siemens Foundation established the Siemens

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  • Music Honors

    All-State / All National Honors Ensembles: InOctober, the Board of Education honored nine music students; Mike Davis (jazztrumpet) and Alexander Wang (voice) were selected for All-State Jazz Ensembleand Mixed Chorus respectively.   Ryan McLaughlin(trumpet), Hank Tsekerides (snare drum), Thomas McGee (violin), Kate Zimmon(voice) and Sergio Rodriguez (voice) were selected as

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  • CSH High School in Top 1% for 2017

    The District is proud to announce that the Cold Spring Harbor High School was, once again, ranked in the top one percent of high schools in the nation.  Please visit  https://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/national-rankings for more information.

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  • The WONDER Project

    In an effort to promote social/emotional wellness and awareness among students, West Side and Lloyd Harbor School have taken part in a collaborative project with SEPTO (Special Education Parent Teacher Organization). The project is called “Wonder” which relates directly to the book and movie about a heartwarming and inspirational story about a boy who faces life's challenges after enduring 27

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  • West Side Buddy Bench

    This West Side “buddy bench” was created by a Woodworker, Larry Nagler. He designed a bench with Andria McLaughlin, West Side art teacher, that would be comfortable and creative. Mrs. McLaughlin worked with her 6th grade classes, using the style of Brazilian artist, Romero Britto, to create a collaborative and functional work of art. Beautiful tiles and slats were painted by each student. They

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  • The WONDER Project

    In an effort to promote social/emotional wellness and awareness among students, West Side and Lloyd Harbor School have taken part in a collaborative project with SEPTO (Special Education Parent Teacher Organization). The project is called “Wonder” which relates directly to the book and movie about a heartwarming and inspirational story about a boy who faces life's challenges after enduring 27

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  • WEST SIDE - Recess Fun!

    The newly painted surface of the basketball court pavement brightened up the play area for students, which now includes a pickle ball and 4-square court, and hopscotch! Thank you to WSSPTG for funding this project, along with the additional help of Seahawks Booster Club.

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