Spotlight Stories

  • GHP 100th Day of school Concert

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  • Virtual Live Cooking Class!

    Lloyd Harbor 6th graders put on their chef hats for a “Virtual Live Cooking Class!” It was one of the 6th grade activities this year sponsored by the PTG, and our young chefs set their tables at home and served up Cheeseburger Eggrolls and Chocolate Lasagna for their families! Thanks to these “Top Chefs” for showing us how it’s done!

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  • Today is National Day of Unplugging

    This is an awareness campaign that promotes a 24-hour respite from technology annually observed the first weekend in March. For more than a decade, schools, religious institutions and businesses have used our resources to inspire healthy life/tech balance for their communities. Participation is open to anyone who wishes to elevate human connection over digital engagement.

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  • Winter II Newsletter

    Enjoy the Winter II Cold Spring Harbor Newsletter

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  • French ePals Zoom

    Madame Tassani's French 5 class has loved zooming with their epals in France. This session was with Mathilde, who spoke about preferences for universities, classes, interests, and pandemic life in France. Madame Tassani shared, “Mathilde is from the south of France and wants to study engineering next year at university.

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  • Kindergarten Registration Information

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  • RISE UP Ceremony

    Jr./Sr. High School: On February 11, Dr. Bolen welcomed 17 student recipients to the RISE UP ceremony held in the high school library. It looked a little different this year, with only students and staff members present, while family members were invited via zoom. All the families listened in as their children accepted certificates for being recognized as 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.

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  • Remembering Ted Hilton

    It is with a heavy heart that this community learned of the passing of Ted Hilton. Surrounded by and teaching children… that is how most will remember Mr. Hilton. He was more than the principal of West Side School for 43 years, his presence and legendary stories at assemblies continued throughout his life with visits to West Side. Each principal who followed in the footsteps of Mr. Hilton, welcomed him back to ring the bell at the start of opening day.

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  • Will you be my Valentine?

    Will you be my Valentine? Thank you Goosehill students for working so hard on your Valentine’s Day cards, boxes, and surprises to share… Adorable!

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  • Virtual Bingo!

    West Side: Thank you to FLES teacher, Sandra Rivendeneyra, who came up with the fun school-wide activity – Virtual Bingo! All grade-levels participated in this game of chance by matching numbers on their tile paper boards called out by the game host. Excited shouts of Bingo could be heard throughout the hallways, along with “I was so close!” Certain classes participated with trivia Bingo on picture boards-clever!

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