Spotlight Stories

  • WEST SIDE KIDS CARE WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE

    Help keep those less fortunate warm this winter! West Side Kids Care needs your help in collecting gently used coats, hats, scarves, and gloves for men, women, and children. The Winter Clothing Drive will support the Helping Hands Rescue Mission who will distribute the items directly to families in need right here in our community.

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  • 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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  • Art at Goosehill

    Check out these wonderful Art Displays: First Grade - Curious Cats, Autumn Trees, and Colorful Corn! Kindergarten – Up & Away Balloons! Thank you to art teacher, Ms. Andria McLaughlin!

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  • WS Day and Night Trees by 6th Graders

    The sixth graders at West Side are learning about painting in layers. They have divided the canvas in half and painted the day and night, and they added a tree at the seam showing fall and winter. They learned to create a bottom layer of a painting, create clouds, a sun and a moon using a stencil . . .

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  • GH Students Play Space Station Knock Down

    Goosehill students play “Space Station Knock Down” in Mr. Rory Malone’s Physical Education class, where they build these creative space stations out of hoola hoops, then divide into teams to see who can knock them all down first by throwing balls and guarding their stations. Fun!

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  • LH Field Trip to Shore Road Preserve

    Sixth grade science classes went on a field trip to the Shore Road Nature Preserve on October 15th to study the effects of pollution on our aquifer. The North Shore Land Alliance program for both elementary schools' science classes teaches about Long Island's aquifer and where our drinking water comes from. Educators teach these student groups, so they . . .

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  • LH Kindness Rocks Project

    The Kindness Rocks Project: It all started with a single stone on a beach in Cape Cod and now the movement spans the globe. The Project (founded by Megan Murphy) is based on the profound truth that “one message at the right moment can change someone’s day, their outlook, and, indeed, their whole life.

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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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