If you ask these 6th graders at Lloyd Harbor what they know about grocery shopping, you may be surprised by their answers. The students are currently working on a challenge to create a shopping cart program in which the player can add different items to a list. At the end, the player can press a button to "Check Out" and see the list of items in the shopping cart and their total cost.
By living kindly, change is possible! This is the premise of the teachings of Orly Wahba from Life Vest Inside, an organization dedicated to inspiring, empowering and educating people to lead a life of kindness. Ms. Carolyn Matthews showed her 4th graders at Lloyd Harbor School some of these inspiring videos, which started a movement within her class.
Lloyd Harbor students in grade 5 were busy this week making holiday cards that will be sent to Carillon Nursing home in Huntington. Here, students can be seen in Ms. Wetzel and Ms. Conroy’s classes busily decorating their notecards and writing heartfelt notes of warm wishes.
At Lloyd Harbor School, Senora Dolisi had her FLES students partner together and share an old form of origami paper fortune telling used in children's games. Parts of the fortune teller are labeled with colors or numbers that serve as options for a player to choose from, and on the inside are eight flaps, each concealing a message
A huge holiday shout out to ALL the students, staff and families for the tremendous effort in collecting so many TOYS for families in need. Your generosity and support will help so many local organizations spread holiday cheer and good will toward others. Thank you from the Jr./Sr. High School, Lloyd Harbor School, West Side School and Goosehill Primary school!
Fourth-grade students at Lloyd Harbor read several stories about how Native Americans name their children. Some of the stories were; Knots on a Counting Rope, The Legend of Bluebonnet and The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush. Students created their own Native American names by thinking about their attributes and special skills.
Racing car ramps with matchbox cars proved to be an exciting way to test energy! Lloyd Harbor and West Side fourth graders recently began an Energy unit lesson in the Science 21 program where they conducted investigations to understand the relationships between the speed and energy of an object as well as the transfer of energy through collisions.
7:30 PM - 8:00 PM Board of Education Community Budget Forum (PAC) 7:30 PM
9:30 AM LHSPTG Meeting 9:30 AM