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  • CSH Summer Newsletter 2018

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  • West Side School Math Problem of the Month - May

    Congratulations to the winners of the May Math Problem of the Month: Grades 2 and 3: Ethan Mulada, Grades 4 – 6: Kati Cotek

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  • Retirement of Dr. Helen Browne

    How do you put into words a career that has spanned over 42 years in the same district? Superintendent, Robert C. Fenter, shared, “Dr. Browne has provided the school district with many years of dedicated service for which we will be forever grateful.” She joined the CSH family in 1975 as a Librarian, and ten years later was appointed Assistant Principal in 1985.

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  • WS National Geography Bee Finals

    Molly McHale, (6th grade West Side), was one of only six girls who competed in the New York State Geo Bee in Albany this spring, and for two years in a row she nearly made it to the top 10, amazing! Then, she continued on to join the 54 students who made it to the National Geo Bee Finals, of which only four were girls. A reporter called and interviewed Molly for NBC news, covering the gender difference and

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  • LH Full STEAM Ahead!

    Lloyd Harbor School’s fifth graders took bold steps into the future as innovators exploring the theme “Changing the World One Idea at a Time.” The students’ ideas highlighted problems that people face both globally and locally. “The children really took the theme seriously and investigated challenges faced by people all over the world. Their imagination and determination blew me away!” said

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  • LH Artist of the Month - May 2018

    Congratulations to Sylvie Schneider, our May Artist of the Month. Her use of texture with the pastels is outstanding! Her work can be viewed outside room 116.

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  • LH FLES Star of the Month - April 2018

    Each month, one student from each grade (2-6) is awarded a certificate for FLES Estrellita 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 April are...

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  • Cold Spring Harbor High School ranked #1 in Suffolk County and #2 on Long Island.

    U.S. News evaluates data published for more than 20,000 schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Data analysts emphasize graduation rates and state proficiency tests to determine a school’s score. “Top-ranked schools succeed in three main areas: exceeding expectations on state proficiency tests, offering challenging coursework and graduating their students,” said Anita Narayan, managing editor of education at U.S. News.

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