What a beautiful way to celebrate Lloyd Harbor School’s commitment to teamwork and a year of student reflection about “Hopes and Dreams.” This year the Lloyd Harbor School Improvement Team, made up of parents and faculty, worked collaboratively to bring the school community together after the challenges of the pandemic. The tree planting project was born out of April’s monthly read, Tony Hillery’s picture book Harlem Grown, and monthly theme of teamwork.
Lloyd Harbor fifth graders thanked their lucky stars this month as they went on their first field trip in nearly two years! The students were thrilled to visit the Vanderbilt Planetarium. The planetarium show called "Stars" served as an extension to the 5th Grade Earth, Space, and Stars studies as part of our science curriculum.
West Side and Lloyd Harbor 4th graders became Colonials for the day at Old Bethpage Village Restoration on May 17. This was the highlight of their unit of study on Colonial Day life which also includes elementary school field trips to the Lloyd Manor House. Students learn about Colonial children’s chores and the games they played, various jobs of Colonials who learned trades such as a silversmith, shoemaker, miller, ship building, cross stitching, barn building, dress and hat making, and so many more.
Congratulations to Whitney O’Donnell (tenure area of Library Media Specialist), Leah Bayer (tenure area of Reading), and Michelle Cucolo (tenure area of Elementary Education), who were granted tenure at the recommendation of the Superintendent at the May 10 Board of Education meeting. Superintendent, Jill M. Gierasch, the Board of Education, and Administration offered their congratulations and shared heartfelt speeches with the highest of praise and support.
At the May 10 Board of Education meeting, 8 Retirees were honored. On behalf of the Board and the administrative team, all were recognized prior to the meeting for a gathering of celebration and congratulatory wishes and cake. For the many years dedicated to the Cold Spring Harbor School District, we wish you much happiness in your retirement and thank you for the many contributions you have made to Cold Spring Harbor.
On May 10, the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District approved the appointment of Christine Costa as the next Assistant Superintendent of Business effective June 27, 2022. We are pleased to welcome Ms. Christine Costa to our school district and community! With over 30 years of financial experience, she has spent over twenty years in public education.
9:30 AM Parent Leaders Brunch