Spotlight Stories

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    New Fitness Center Opens!

    The anticipation for the opening of the new fitness center has been exciting to say the least! Doors opened for the official ribbon cutting the evening of January 31 to showcase the completion of the state-of-the-art Fitness Center at the Jr./Sr. High School. The jaw-dropping reactions at the wonder and creation of this new space was beyond imagination.

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    Year of the rabbit

    It is the year of the rabbit! Lloyd Harbor and West Side students created these fun Zentangle designs in honor of Chinese New Year. (teacher Andria McLaughlin) How fun!

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  •  STEAM Night


    K-8 students will have the chance to learn from our high school students for an evening of hands on STEAM learning from their peers! Individual stations will be set up for event inquiry and design concepts to challenge knowledge and skills in the area of STEAM in science, technology, engineering, art and math!!! Be prepared to participate in this incredible evening of fun and problem-solving determination and grit!

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    5000-Year-Old Pollen Samples DNA Learning Center Visit

    Throughout the school year, the elementary schools collaborate with our neighbors at the DNA Learning Center. DNALC educators visit science classrooms to perform various experiments with 5th & 6th graders, as well as the anticipated hands-on learning field trips to the DNA Learning Center located on Main Street in Cold Spring Harbor.

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    ASSET Award

    Whitney O’Donnell has been named a Bright Light by the Association of Suffolk Supervisors for Educational Technology (ASSET). Bright Lights are selected due to their exemplary integration of technology into their educational environment. Ms. O’Donnell, the Library Media Specialist at Lloyd Harbor Elementary School, was honored at an ASSET luncheon on January 12 at The Heritage Club Bethpage,

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    Investigation of Fossils

    Third graders at Lloyd Harbor recently began a unit entitled, “Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems.'' In a recent lesson, students were given a bag with a “mystery object” inside to observe using tools such as hand lenses and rulers in order to record data about their phenomenon’s properties and patterns. Science teacher, Julia Glass, shared, “Students were delighted to learn that they were observing authentic fossils!”

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    Think Like A Scientist - A Fair Test

    We can do a “fair test!” Second graders at Lloyd Harbor School learned what it means to conduct a fair scientific experiment. Our young scientists first learned about “properties of matter.” They observed and interacted with various materials in order to describe their texture, size, hardness, color, weight, elasticity and translucency.

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    Artful Lloyd Harbor

    Students in grade 6 made artful connections with music, FLES (foreign language) and art. Students studied various artistic styles from modern artists in Central America in their art classes while simultaneously discussing the Latin cultures of Central America in their FLES class. After researching traditional instruments from Central America in music, the students were tasked with picking one of those instruments to draw.

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