Spotlight Stories

  • Special Meeting - Board of Education - April 3, 2020 at 4:00 p.m

    Please be advised that a special meeting of the Board of Education will take place on April 3, 2020 at 4:00 p.m., using videoconference, at which time the Board of Education may consider a motion to adjourn to Executive Session to discuss matters appropriate for Executive Session. If no such motion is adopted, the meeting will adjourn. Based on the suspension of the Open Meetings provision of the New York State Public Officer's Law pursuant to New York State Executive Order 202.1, public attendance is not permitted. However, the meeting will be live streamed. The public can listen by visiting the school district’s website: www.csh.k12.ny.us.

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  • Board of Education Meetings March 31, 2020

    Please be advised that a special meeting of the Board of Education will take place on March 31, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., using videoconference, at which time the Board of Education may consider a motion to adjourn to Executive Session to discuss matters appropriate for Executive Session. If no such motion is adopted, the meeting will adjourn. Based on the suspension of the Open Meetings provision of the New York State Public Officer's Law pursuant to New York State Executive Order 202.1, public attendance is not permitted. However, the meeting will be live-streamed. The public can listen by visiting the school district’s website: www.csh.k12.ny.us.

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  • LLOYD HARBOR MAKERSPACE MAGIC

    In February, fifth graders at Lloyd Harbor were busy learning and creating during the beginning of a “Makerspace” unit. Students are encouraged to create something that interests them using diverse skills sets and tools that could include anything from ChromeBook technology to fabric, 3D printers or cardboard boxes, Legos, glue guns or hammers!

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  • West Side 6th graders are discovering their elements!

    West Side 6th graders are discovering their elements! During a science unit in Ms. DeRosa’s class, students were asked to research and construct a 3D polyhedron element from the periodic table with help from Library Media Specialist, Ms. Fraiberg.

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  • Students present KidOYO

    What better way to learn, than to learn from students! At the February Board of Education meeting, administration and staff were proud to present and collaborate with KidOYO coding projects by students from grades 4-8. “OYO” stands for “On Your Own” and that is certainly what these brilliant minds proved as they demonstrated their coding skills on the Promethean Board to community members.

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  • THE MURAL: "el mundo es un pañuelo” - "It is a small world"

    "el mundo es un pañuelo” - "It is a small world" is the theme created by Jr./Sr. High School students Isabelle Desimone and painted by members of Quesadilla Qulique, aka Spanish Club. Maggie Bugos created the skyline.

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  • JUMP ROPE FOR HEART - West Side

    Jump Rope for Heart Fundraiser is always a fun challenge at West Side. During the unit on heart health, students learned different ways to jump rope, benefits of jump roping and ways to be heart healthy. All donations went to the American Heart Association, which aides in the fight against heart disease and strokes.

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  • National Merit Finalist 2020

    National Merit Finalist 2020: Seniors Bernhard Nordemann, Anna Tesoriero, Paige Vegna and Claire Weis, were named as Finalists for CSH High School. Principal, Dr. Jim Bolen, was honored to present them with this achievement, along with Director of Guidance, Justin Arini, and Superintendent, Robert C. Fenter.

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  • Happy 100 Day!

    100 Days of School – Goosehill: Students celebrated this special day on Valentine’s Day! They gathered on stage to share their morning assembly of songs with family members who came to watch and sing along. Classroom doorway entrances were decorated with 100-Day gateway streamers, and bulletin boards were decorated with art work.

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  • Hand-made no-sew blankets

    Lloyd Harbor 5th graders worked hard on their hand-made no-sew blankets. Instead of a Valentine's Day craft, they became blanketeers for "Project Linus" - a national non-profit organization that provides security, warmth and comfort by donating a new blanket to children with long-term illnesses.

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