The Junior High Teams held RISE UP awards this winter to recognize and celebrate student role models for exceptional moral character. The “RISE UP” acronym symbolizes many core values to be recognized: Respect, Integrity, Service, Empathy, and being an UPstander. The goal is to help promote a positive school environment essential to the healthy development of young adults, and to recognize role models. These 7th and 8th grade students exemplified these characteristics.
It is with great pride and excitement that we invite you to this year’s 17th Annual K-12 All-County Art Exhibition, sponsored by the Nassau County Art Supervisors Association. Each day, students in visual arts classes use critical thinking skills to solve problems, make discoveries and explore new ground. We are sure you will enjoy viewing the creativity and accomplishments of our young visual artists who have used a variety of media-pastels, paint, ink, charcoal, colored pencils, photography, collage, and sculpture.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE LLOYD HARBOR ANNUAL "LITTLE APPLE FUN RUN!" Please click on the link below to register: https://runsignup.com/27thAnnualLittleAppleFunRun
Science Honor Senior Andrew Khanin, guided by his research instructor Mr. Jim Hardy, recently competed in the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair. LISEF is Long Island’s most prestigious science competition which draws high-level research projects from high schools throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties. He earned fourth place and Honorable Mention in his category of Biomedical and Health Sciences for his project titled: Testing the Effects of Flavorant Propylene Glycol Acetals on the Locomotor Behavior of Drosophila Melanogaster Using the Rapid Iterative Negative Geotaxis (RING) Assay.
The Lloyd Harbor School 3rd Grade Talent Show was live today after school in the gym (students only) but live streamed for the parents. Kudo's to these very talented students who showcased their singing, hula-hooping, pogo-stick jumping, gymnastics and more! So adorable, so confident...there was no stage fright here!
The hallways of Goosehill are shining bright with sparkling stars! The Sulwe STAR project is part of the ongoing SIT (School Improvement Team) initiative recognizing “Superheros.” The tale of Sulwe was read by all classes at Goosehill focusing on the topic of diversity, being oneself, and letting yourself shine.
Women in History Month In the United States, Women's History Month traces its beginnings back to the first International Women's Day in March 1911. Beginning in 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued a presidential proclamation declaring the week of March 8 as National Women's History Week stating, "From the first settlers who came to our shores…men and women have worked together to build this nation. Too often the women were unsung and sometimes their contributions went unnoticed. But the achievements, leadership, courage, strength and love of the women who built America was as vital as that of the men whose names we know so well.”
9:30 AM CAC Meeting VIRTUAL