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    Retirement Announcement: Mona Hecht

    At the April Board of Education meeting, the Board approved the resignation for purposes of retirement for Ms. Mona Hecht, Assistant Superintendent for Counseling, Student Services & Human Resources, who has served in the educational system for 34 years.

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    #CSH Unites for World Art Day in April!

    Cold Spring Harbor Central School District continues its monthly collaboration amongst all the schools. For April, the theme was “Art in Our Schools Month.” Thank you to all the schools for participating, especially by recognizing that April 15 was “World Art Day.” Nationwide, this is a day to celebrate the arts and appreciate their importance in our lives. It is a day to come together and appreciate the beauty of art in all its forms.

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    Goosehill visits Heckscher Museum & the Tilles Center

    Students at Goosehill had the opportunity to visit The Tilles Center concert hall on the campus of LIU Post University in Brookville to watch the production of “Rainbow Fish.” This student matinee adaptation of the beloved storybook by Marcus Pfister enchanted our youngest with innovative puppetry, music and striking scenic effects.

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  • K-6 Art Exhibit on Display CSH Library

    K-6 Art Exhibit on Display CSH Library

    Thank you to our community for coming out for the student art exhibition reception at the CSH Library on April 9. What a wonderful turnout! The students were incredibly proud to share their work, and the stories behind the projects! Thank you to all the K-6 art teachers for coming out to support their students and for their constant guidance and encouragement.

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    NAMM Foundation Award for Music

    K-12 Music Chair Brent Chiarello was thrilled to announce some very exciting news. “For the 3rd year running, Cold Spring Harbor has received national recognition by the NAMM foundation with a “Best Communities for Music Education” designation! I’m so proud of the work that our teachers do each day, and this recognition is a testament to their dedication. Thank you for all you do to support our students and the music program!”

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    Music in Our Schools Month!

    Thank you to all the schools for participating in the monthly CSH Unites collaboration of “Music in Our Schools Month for March.” Hallways and lobbies echoed in the morning with the sound of music! Various student groups took part in showcasing their talents in chorus, band and orchestra during morning arrivals.

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    CSHPTG Annual Literary Luncheon - Musician & Author Brendan Slocumb

    Celebrating 21 years of the Literary Luncheon! Each year, the CSHPTG (Jr./Sr. High School parent/teacher organization) sponsors their largest fundraiser, the "Literary Luncheon." All funds raised support the Cultural Arts Programs brought in for all the schools in the district

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    Global School Play Day

    Global School Play Day was a huge success at Goosehill!. Kicking off the event was a schoolwide assembly, where physical education teacher Rory Malone discussed the importance of cooperation, sportsmanship and compromise. He was joined by school psychologist Kristin Schmid, who explained how to problem solve during play and introduce yourself to a new friend. Goosehill also welcomed the collaboration of the high school Social Action Club who shared and helped facilitate their favorite games with the students and assisted them as they transitioned to different classrooms and play stations.

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