Spotlight Stories

  • Cold Spring Harbor Board of Education appoints new Superintendent of Schools

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  • Board Member Retires

    Mr. Anthony Paolano At the March Board of Education meeting, Mr. Anthony Paolano announced his plans to retire at the close of this school year. Mr. Paolano volunteered his time as a trustee on the Board for 21 years serving 7 terms beginning in 2000. (He served as president 4 times.) He has been a member of the community since 1990, where he lives with his wife Dorrie, and children Mark Anthony (class of 2009), Katie (class of 2012) and Lauren (class of 2016). He shared, “It has been a true honor and privilege to be a trustee of the CSH school district for over 20 years.

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  • Mini-Golf and Rock Climbing

    Students loved the new mini-golf greens at Goosehill, they couldn’t run fast enough to try and make the putt! Physical Education teacher, Mr. Rory Malone, kept the kids busy charting their strokes and alternating scaling the rock wall. Their energy and enthusiasm was contagious, so much fun!

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  • "Luck of the Irish" on St. Patrick's Day

    Hopefully everyone enjoyed the "Luck of the Irish" on St. Patrick's Day. Thank you to Kevin and Louis, both in Ms. Kimberly Sloan's remote kindergarten class, for sharing these fabulous Leprechaun traps! Hoping you caught a lucky Leprechaun!

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  • Book published

    Book published: Congratulations to Lloyd Harbor School Psychologist, Dr. Wendy Moss, who recently published her 10th book, titled The Friendship Book. The book is an upbeat resource meant to help forge lasting relationships, understand friendships, resolve conflicts and how to be a good friend.

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  • GHP 100th Day of school Concert

    Click on the picture to the left to gain access the concert video. Enjoy

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  • Winter II Newsletter

    Enjoy the Winter II Cold Spring Harbor Newsletter

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  • Kindergarten Registration Information

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  • Remembering Ted Hilton

    It is with a heavy heart that this community learned of the passing of Ted Hilton. Surrounded by and teaching children… that is how most will remember Mr. Hilton. He was more than the principal of West Side School for 43 years, his presence and legendary stories at assemblies continued throughout his life with visits to West Side. Each principal who followed in the footsteps of Mr. Hilton, welcomed him back to ring the bell at the start of opening day.

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  • Will you be my Valentine?

    Will you be my Valentine? Thank you Goosehill students for working so hard on your Valentine’s Day cards, boxes, and surprises to share… Adorable!

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  • Kindergarten Screening

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