Spotlight Stories

  • BOE Adopted 2020-2021 School Calendar

    The Board of Education will be voting on the proposed 2020-21 school calendar at its January 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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  • Chinese New Year is January 25th!

    Chinese New Year is January 25th! This holiday marks the end of the coldest days. People welcome spring and what it brings along: planting and harvests, new beginnings and fresh starts.

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  • Heckscher Museum high school docents

    Heckscher Museum high school docents: Before the holiday break, our own high school students were trained as docents for the Heckscher Museum. They were able to then practice their skills when our West Side School 3rd grade students visited to be led by our own high school docents. What a great way to give back!

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  • Giving Back!

    High School Principal, Dr. Jim Bolen, thanked the Emmanuel family and the Smithtown Guide Dog Assoc. for making a presentation to Animal Rescue Club. In addition, Sarah Bolton and her dad presented their therapy dog. Sarah did all of the training herself and brings Milo to nursing homes like Carlton in Huntingdon to visit residents who cannot have pets.

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  • Advanced Science Research Program

    On December 5, three students from the Advanced Science Research Program at CSH High School attended the session on Genomes and Epigenomes at the "Plant Genomes, Systems Biology and Engineering" meeting at CSH Laboratory.

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  • Locks of Love - Cutting for a cause

    On December 3rd, Cold Spring Harbor Locks of Love Club had three high school students enter the doors of Leslie’s Salon for the 17th annual Locks of Love haircut, spearheaded by club advisor, Ms. Kathleen Fristensky. I

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  • Lloyd Harbor School classrooms were alive with lessons and imagination

    Lloyd Harbor School classrooms were alive with lessons and imagination on Superintendent’s Day in Residency on December 6th. Principal Massimo and Superintendent, Robert C. Fenter, participated and observed FLES flip grids & puppets, an LHTV live broadcast, coding with KidOYO, music, SEL science, health and literacy lessons.

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  • COAT DRIVE - Jr./Sr. High

    COAT DRIVE - Jr./Sr. High A winter coat and clothing drive is happening at the high school until Dec. 16th for the Northport veterans who are homeless and in need of winter clothing are looking for our help. The VA sends them to rehab programs and helps with housing. They often do not have winter coats! Please donate your winter coats and clothing (new or gently used) to Mr. Homer’s room (j-21 at the HS) Going on until Dec.16th

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  • Lloyd Harbor Lion King Jr. production

    The Lloyd Harbor Lion King Jr. production was truly a show stopper! Simba may have been practicing his “roar” but it was the roar of the crowd and standing ovation that defined this incredible performance.

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  • Kindness Snowflakes

    The Student Ambassadors at Lloyd Harbor elementary school created “kindness snowflakes” to support the Core Values of Honesty, Inclusiveness, Kindness, Empathy and Respect.

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  • New Student Registration Information

  • Kindergarten Registration Appointments

     

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