Spotlight Stories

  • 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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  • Earth Day at Goosehill

    Mrs. Herschlein shared, “Thank you to the GPFA Green and Earth Day Committee volunteers, especially the chairs, Mrs. Silver and Mrs. Wohlferd, for a great celebration of Earth Day! The kindergarten students loved the Earth Day relay races and the first graders were so proud of how they brightened our school grounds with the planting of beautiful flowers. I hope your family enjoys planting the seeds the GPFA purchased for every child.”

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  • Donations: Cold Spring Harbor Educational Foundation for Goosehill STEAM Lab.

    The Board of Education accepted the very generous donation from the Foundation in the amount of $29,999 for an indoor/outdoor STEAM Lab at Goosehill Primary School.

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  • New GHP student-inspired mural

    Click the title to access pictures of the students and mural

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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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  • Goosehill Thanksgiving Food Drive

    Thank you to the GPFA for organizing the Food Drive and all of the parents for helping to fill the boxes with everything a family will need for Thanksgiving dinner. The boxes will be delivered this weekend to the Helping Hands Mission in Huntington Station. Principal, Mrs. Herschlein, shared, “This activity was an important one for our students, as it prompted discussions about gratitude and generosity

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  • Young Engineers

    Goosehill engineers challenged themselves to build structures to enhance imaginary play, create games, and solve problems. One group of boys sought to design the best ramp for racing their toy cars. Looks like a success!

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  • My Vote Counts

    Our youngest students take part in voting on election day, and learn that their vote counts! The whole school voted on a choice of new recess toys. Pogo sticks beat a bowling set 104 to 94!

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  • Mindfulness Strategies

    Mindfulness Strategies: Goosehill students learn ways to self-regulate and increase focus and attention through the use of techniques such as mindful breathing. They learn to focus attention on an object to center themselves, increase awareness, and manage their behavior.

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  • Update on School Security Measures

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