Spotlight Stories

  • CSH Seahawks are Nassau County Champions

    Seahawks are Nassau County Champions. Down 5 to 3 in the 3rd. CSH fights their way back in the game to tie the score with under 3 minutes. In sudden victory overtime, Owen Kaplan nets the game-winner. CSH 2019 Champions

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  • New Student Registration

    Please call the District Registrar, Gloria Albert, 631-367-5910 to schedule an appointment. Click the schoolhouse for more information

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  • LH/WS 4th Graders Attend Flamenco Performance

    Fourth graders at Lloyd Harbor and West Side were privileged to see a performance of Flamenco dancing, thanks to the Cultural Arts Committee. These performers also visited the foreign language classes at the Jr./Sr. High School, where . . .

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  • LH Egypt Project

    Ms. Caputo’s students displayed their projects on the study of Egypt, including the mummification process, dress, the Nile River, Pyramid construction, geography, social class, and more. Great Job!

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  • WS Sixth Graders Express Makerspace Philosophy

    Sixth graders in Art teacher, Ms. McLaughlin's class, created a Makerspace sign out of found objects! Wires, tape, nails, bolts and various useful items were collected and glued to . . .

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  • Winter 2 Newsletter 2018-19

    Enjoy the Winter II Newsletter "A Report on our Schools" is ready for all to enjoy.

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  • GH - Is Everyone Unique?

    A trip to the library often incorporates a co-teaching experience for the kids at Goosehill. Here, Ms. Franciscovich's students, along with Library Media Specialist, Ms. Urso, collaborated on a social studies unit. Students created self-portraits with the theme "Is Everyone Unique?" showing how all people can have similarities and differences . . .

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  • GH Kindergarten News

    Ms. Adams' kindergarten writers used "sight words," newly-learned punctuation marks, and a "Spaceman" tool to remind them to add spaces between words. They were so proud of their writing and drawings! Ms. Cucolo's students are learning the concepts of force by experimenting with "push and pull" toys. Next, they . . .

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  • GH Spirit Day Assembly

    Goosehill kicked off a Super Hero Theme at the Spirit Day Assembly on January 17th. Students performed skits & recited poems about being a H.E.R.O. - the Goosehill acronym representing: Being Honest, showing Empathy & Respect, & being Open-Hearted. Goosehill kids are Superheroes!

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  • GH Fun with Math

    If you think math isn't any fun, take a stroll into Ms. Villa or Ms. DeRop's classroom during math center time! Each activity was challenging, fun, and even if frustrating...was exciting once success was achieved. The students designed snowmen on whiteboards and worked on matching shapes and designs in games like Qbitz, Tangrams, and . . .

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