National Merit Finalist 2021: Senior Matthew Ross was named as a Finalists for CSH High School. Principal, Dr. Jim Bolen was honored to present him with this achievement. This distinction places him in a group representing about half of the top 1% of American high school seniors; he is one of only 2500 seniors out of 1.6 million eligible students to receive this award!
US News & World Report’s Annual List of Best High Schools: CSH High School continues to receive the highest rating from US News & World Report, receiving a Gold Rating and being placed in the top 1.55% of high schools in the nation, continuing to be #1 in Suffolk County and #6 on Long Island.
Paris in the spring! Madame Koob and Madame Reed hosted the annual year-end French club fête this past week. Held outside in the courtyard, French students were invited to enjoy a spring afternoon together. Crêpes and Bakes, a local food truck, came to serve sweet and savory crepes to all! Bon appétit!
The Symbols of America presentation is a much loved and proud tradition of both Lloyd Harbor and West Side second grade students. Typically, this patriotic performance is celebrated together, uniting both elementary schools at the Performing Arts Center. This year, however, we celebrated student work by creating a video presentation highlighting our nation's history with interesting facts, spectacular artwork, and an inspiring musical tribute.
Congratulations to Joseph Monastero (tenure area of Executive Director for Instructional & Administrative Technology), Steven Forbes (tenure area of Physical Education), and Marc Beja (tenure area of Music), who were granted tenure at the recommendation of the Superintendent at the May 11th Board of Education meeting.
West Side 6th grade HERO students are involved in numerous projects all year long. HERO stands for Helping Everyone Reach Out. Two of these HERO students, Alicia Gao and Andrianna Mouzouris, spearheaded a letter writing campaign to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) about the Climate Crises.
Lloyd Harbor Student Council was busy this spring fundraising to help those in need. They held a Book Drive for the Book Fairies, an organization that collects and distributes books across Long Island and NYC. The Student Council also recently worked with The Townwide Fund to help veterans move back into the VA shelter that is reopening in Northport.
International Thespian Honor Society Induction: Congratulations to the following recipients honoring student achievement in theatre. Eight students were inducted by fellow Thespian members Mr. Beja, and Dr. Bolen on May 4th: Isabelle Apostolakos, Fraser Lintott, Margaret Nemazi, Mary Nemazi, Lily Smyth, Lilli Terry, Thomas Tsekerides, and Madison Wagner.
6:00 AM - 10:00 PM ANNUAL BUDGET VOTE & BOARD ELECTION High School 6 AM-10 PM
6:30 AM - 9:00 PM District-Wide Technology & Innovation Showcase CANCELLED
9:30 AM CAC Meeting VIRTUAL
9:00 AM CPC Calendar Meeting VIRTUAL