Spotlight Stories

  • The Kindness Rocks Project:

    Lloyd Harbor - The Kindness Rocks Project: It all started with a single stone on a beach in Cape Cod and now the movement spans the globe. The Project (founded by Megan Murphy) is based on the profound truth that “one message at the right moment can change someone’s day, their outlook, and, indeed, their whole life.

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  • Pinatas!

    In Senora Fristensky’s Spanish 4 Honors class, 11th graders had the opportunity to make their own pinatas as part of a cultural theme lesson. Students took it to a whole new level, and came up with so many amazing examples they were simply too beautiful to destroy!

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  • Random Acts of Kindness

    Thank you to the Junior Class for bringing a smile to everyone’s face

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  • WS Mangia!

    The West Side Garden Summer co-op continues to thrive each fall just in time to produce a bountiful selection of vegetables and herbs to make homemade spaghetti sauce for students at West Side. Parents sauté pots filled these tomatoes and herbs making sauce for the students to dip with bread and sprinkle with herbs while learning about their garden! The students ...

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  • WS My Library, My Livingroom

    Library Media Specialist, Erica Fraiberg, and her students are loving the new furniture set up in the library. Since the removal of four large desk-top stations (now replaced by 10 Chromebooks that tuck neatly in the corner!), students ask if they can go and read “in the Livingroom.” These third graders are focusing on curriculum ...

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  • LH Owl Eyes

    Check out these wonderful pastel drawings by third graders at Lloyd Harbor...WOW!

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  • LH Story Faces

    “I am a painter and a storyteller, and this is how I tell my stories.” These are the words of Christopher Agostino, who tells folktales of transformation and wonder through face painting. His one-of-a-kind performance delights audiences using a combination of skillful storytelling through the ...

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  • LH October Artist of the Month

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  • Flexible Furniture The New Classroom

    Due to the generous donation from a grant acquired by the CSH Educational Foundation, the Jr./Sr. High School Computer Science Lab, Senior High Library and the Jr. High Library “Nest” were updated with new “flexible furniture.” Both Ms. McLees and Mr. Mendreski notice a definitive change in the relaxed new setting.

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