Spotlight Stories

  • FOCUS/SEPTO parent presentation of the Angst documentary about childhood anxiety

    Please join the Cold Spring Harbor FOCUS/SEPTO parent presentation of the Angst documentary about childhood anxiety. Parents will hear about childhood anxiety and will have the opportunity to send questions to a panel of mental health providers for discussion after the documentary viewing.

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  • October 12, 2021 Board of Education Documents

    Click the crest for links to *DEI Discovery - BOE Presentation *Governor Hochul Letter *Literacy & Math Night Flyer *Previous Board of Education Documents

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  • Tenure Granted

    Congratulations to Nicole Unger (tenure area of Reading West Side), Jessica Skirbe (tenure area of elementary education at Lloyd Harbor), and Marissa Urso (tenure area of Library Media Specialist at Goosehill Primary) who were granted tenure at the recommendation of the Superintendent at the October Board of Education meeting. Superintendent, Jill M. Gierasch, the Board of Education, and the Administration offered congratulations with the highest of praise and support. Congratulations to all!

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  • October is Board of Education Recognition Month!

    Each year in October, the Central Parent Council (CPC) proudly recognizes the Board of Education for National School Board Recognition month, an opportunity to raise community awareness and understanding about the crucial role school board members have within a school district. It is a time to say thank you and share appreciation for the hard work, devotion and commitment school board members put to task voluntarily all year long to ensure all students succeed.

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  • HOMECOMING – Friday Night Lights!

    The Oct. 8th Homecoming event was a tremendous success! The outpouring of community family support was boundless, the energy was electrifying, and the Seahawks pulled off a 40-6 victory against Island Trees!

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  • Lloyd Harbor Students Honor our Heroes on Sept. 11

    "We Will Never Forget" In recognition of the 20th anniversary of September 11, Lloyd Harbor School showed its support and remembrance in many ways. Principal Valerie Massimo, Assistant to the Principal Kristen Sewell, and Library Media Specialist Whitney O’Donnell collaborated on how to best address an understanding through literature. Ms. Massimo shared, “In addition to our participation in the 9/11 District-wide Remembrance Event on Seahawk Field, we began our year with a school-wide read using a book entitled “Courage” by Bernard Waber.

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  • Nice to Meet You!

    If you stroll the hallways of Lloyd Harbor, you will be introduced to the many student “All About Me” bulletin boards. Students shared details about themselves with fellow classmates, through clever puzzle boards or interactive self-portrait faces that pulled down to reveal personality traits.

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  • Welcoming New Staff to the Mentor Program

    A warm welcome to our newest staff! Each year an orientation is held to acclimate new staff to the district and introduce them to the culture of the community. In August, teachers new to the district had an opportunity to hear from veteran teaching staff, engage in hands-on practices designed to engrain a sense of teamwork and partnership, meet with leaders of curriculum and instruction, and hear from the administrative team along with Amelia Brogan, president of the Board of Education.

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  • The 5th Annual Victoria Terenzi 5k run/walk

    The 5th Annual Victoria Terenzi 5k run/walk will be held at Caumsett State Park on October 16th, honoring Breast Cancer Awareness month. The race starts at 9:30AM and a kids fun run will take place right BEFORE the adult race. THERE IS ALSO A VIRTUAL OPTION for those who either would prefer to run on their own or who might not be able to make the Oct 16th date!

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  • WELCOME BACK LLOYD HARBOR SCHOOL!

    “How thrilling it was to welcome back 374 children, including 45 new students. I want to thank the LHSPTG for the work they do over the summer to prepare for the new year, as well as the Board of Education for all their support. The new family orientation and open house events helped families transition back to school! Our summer Ambassador Program allowed new students to make friends before the start of school. On opening day, the dedication and passion of the LHS staff made our school environment feel special, welcoming, and inclusive! Our Leo the Lion mascot greeted students off the bus.

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