Spotlight Stories

  • Coming Soon ... Little Apple Fun Run

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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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  • Administrator of the Year

    Valerie Massimo was named Western Suffolk BOCES 2018-19 Administrator of the Year for her work with the design and use of the Creative Learning Labs as well as the available technology in our district. As principal at Lloyd Harbor elementary school for the past 11 years, Ms. Massimo has been instrumental in leading the charge by creating more student-centered classrooms for enhanced learning.

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  • LH Student Council Toy Drive

    Thank you to all the families and students who donated to this year’s Toy Drive at Lloyd Harbor School. In keeping with their charitable theme of “Local Heroes” they chose Toys of Hope located in Huntington Station. Thank you to Student Council advisors, Kristen Sewell, and Laura LaPollo.

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  • NEW Promethean Boards

    It’s a Promethean Learning World! Some SmartBoards have been replaced with touch screen interactive “Promethean” Boards this year. Last year a pilot program began to test various boards, and slowly the classrooms are being introduced to these interactive touchscreen boards that no longer cast shadows or use a projector, and they have 180-degree visibility no matter where students sit.

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  • Grit – It’s Not Easy

    “If you try your hardest and still don’t get what you want just believe in yourself and look for the star that you can find.” These poetic words came from a Lloyd Harbor School third grader in Ms. Terry’s class! All students read books based on a growth mindset theme and participated in a challenging math activity that built upon their multiplication skills.

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  • Tribal Counsel

    Did you know that totem poles tell a story? All over the world, totem poles are used by groups of people to tell a story about their communities. So, fifth graders at Lloyd Harbor decided to tell their story by fashioning their own unique class totem poles and tribal identities.

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  • My Double Helix

    A visit by the DNA Learning Center to our 5th grade Science classes (both at West Side and Lloyd Harbor) had students participate in an investigation of the DNA double helix. They each created their very own model, under the tutelage of DNA Learning Center Educator, Mr. Thomas.

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  • The A in STEAM

    Lloyd Harbor students in Ms. Diehl’s 4th-Grade class created 3D Political/Geographical NY State Maps. In an effort to promote critical and creative thinking, students were invited into Mrs. McLam’s art room to help them see and use connections between classroom learning and visual art.

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  • Fall Art

    Lloyd Harbor art teacher, Ms. McLam, brightened the halls this fall with many student selections including second-grade “pumpkins and spiders in jars,” sixth grade “black cats and colored pencil sculptures,” and third graders who not only drew “fall leaves,” but they wrote about them as well.

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