Spotlight Stories

  • The Natural Helpers Program has expanded!

    The "Junior" Natural Helpers had its first ever meeting on Saturday, November 3 from 8 AM until noon. These Junior High students were selected by elementary school teachers and administrators, along with the current junior high staff.

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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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  • 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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  • Opening of School Video 2018

    Enjoy the 2018 Opening of School Video

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  • National Merit Scholarship Program 2019

    Congratulations to the following students for being named “commended” and “semi-finalists” in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. During the fall of their junior year, students across the nation take the PSAT, and the top scores are then established.

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  • 7th Grade Challenge Day

    The 7th graders had the opportunity to participate in a “Challenge Day” program at Caumsett Park on September 13th.

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  • 8th Grade Caumsett Park Challenge Days

    8th graders had the opportunity to participate in a “Challenge Day” program at Caumsett Park in September; a very unique and supportive learning environment where students worked on team building and problem-solving skills.

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  • Update on School Security Measures

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