Jr./Sr. High School: Recognizing good character in students is something to be celebrated. The “RISE UP” acronym symbolizes many core values into one to be recognized: Respect, Integrity, Service, Empathy, and being an UPstander. The goal is to help promote a positive school environment essential to the healthy development of young adults, and to recognize role models. Principal, Dr. Jim Bolen, started the official launch of RISE UP during the week of January 25, 2021 sharing, “The purpose of RISE Up is to provide a common language that captures who we are as a school community and the traits we most value.”
January 27th - February 10th Donation bins available at ALL schools, please help support our local communities in need. This food drive corresponds with the core values of our RISE Up character building initiative, which kicks off at the Cold Spring Harbor Jr/Sr. High School during the week of January 25th. The acronym RISE Up stands for Respect, Integrity, Service, Empathy, and being an Upstander; this food drive emphasizes the service component for our RISE Up initiative.
As a district, we RISE Up to help those in need! Goosehill, West Side, Lloyd Harbor, and the Jr./Sr. High School are collaborating with the Townwide Fund of Huntington and sponsoring a food drive from Wednesday, January 27th through Wednesday, February 10th, 2021; donation bins for canned food goods and pantry items will be located at Goosehill Primary School, Lloyd Harbor School, West Side School, and the Jr./Sr. High School.
At the January 16th virtual tournament, 129 debaters participated from 13 Long Island schools. From CSH individual trophy winners in Lincoln-Douglas Debate were: 9th place winner, sophomore Nick Ambriano and 4th place champion, sophomore Veronica Walkin, each now fully qualified for the NYS Championships, to be held virtually at the end of April, and to 2nd place trophy winner, sophomore Annabelle Coles
Jakub Pienkowski, (grade 9) was recognized as one of 82 Countywide Young Scholars of Mathematics by the Institute of Creative Problem Solving for Gifted and Talented Students at SUNY Old Westbury. This institute was founded in 1992 to enhance mathematical and creative thinking skills for exceptionally talented students in grades 5-10.
Research Teacher, Mr. Jaak Raudsepp, was pleased to share the news that an alumnus and three current students had their research published in peer reviewed journals. K-12 Director of STEM, Ms. Kimberly Libertini, noted, “We are very proud of the accomplishments and honors earned by both the former and current research students! In the world of research, a publication in a research journal represents esteemed recognition for the work and contribution to the field.
Dr. Michael Andrews, was nominated for the 2021 National Speech and Debate Association Educator of the Year award. “This is a truly deserved honor indeed,” said Director of Humanities, Theresa Donohue, “your years of dedication to the students and the program deserves to be recognized!
Junior High Student Council brings you our CSH in Winter t-shirt. After having the junior high students vote on the image that best represents our beloved Cold Spring Harbor during winter, we crafted a t-shirt using this image for the community. Proceeds from each purchase will help to make a difference for families in our very own community. Each shirt is $25 plus $8 shipping. The sale runs from 1/13 through 1/27.
9:00 AM CPC Meeting VIRTUAL