Spotlight

  • Proposed 2018-19 School Calendar

    The Board of Education will be voting on the proposed 2018-19 school calendar at its February 13, 2018 Board of Education meeting. Please be aware that this is calendar represents a draft and is not official until approved by the Board of Education.

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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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  • 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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  • GH Students Make Everyone Feel Accepted

    Goosehill first graders taught the kindergarten students about our school Buddy Bench at the first Spirit Day assembly.  They used this month’s words: Belonging and Accepted to show how the Buddy Bench works.  For everyone to feel like they belong and are accepted, we have to include them when we play on the playground.  If someone feels lonely, they just have to sit on the Buddy

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  • LH Students Care

    The Student Council, along with advisors Kristen Sewell and Laura LaPollo, continue their efforts to collect

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