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  •  The Exemplary Service Award

    The Exemplary Service Award

    The Exemplary Service Award was presented to Valerie Massimo at the June 11 Board of Education meeting. Every year, at this time, the Board wishes to honor an employee who supports, with great distinction, our school community. The criteria for eligibility established in order to be considered for the award includes having worked in the district for at least five years, have the unanimous recommendation of the administration and the Board, and exemplify leadership and excellent character among others.

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  •  After an extensive search that included valuable feedback from multiple stakeholder groups, we are

    New Appointment Principal Lloyd Harbor School Welcome Carissa Hajdasz-Shanahan

    After an extensive search that included valuable feedback from multiple stakeholder groups, we are pleased to announce the next principal of Lloyd Harbor School.

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    Art Exhibit Al Fresco style!

    A new initiative was on display at Lloyd Harbor School on June 12 which highlighted the extraordinary artwork of fifth and sixth grade students. This outdoor gallery in the courtyard, accompanied by student musicians on string instruments, made for an enchanting entrance into an evening of art under the setting sun.

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  •  Holiday House Beach Towels and Flip Flop Donation Drive Delivered!

    Holiday House Beach Towels and Flip Flop Donation Drive Delivered!

    Lloyd Harbor: Giving back has always been a huge part of the Cold Spring Harbor school/community connection with our neighbors and beyond. Student volunteerism and service are paramount in tandem with academic experiences and encouraged both at home and at school.

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  •  MakerSpace Inventions by our 5th graders….

    MakerSpace Inventions by our 5th graders….

    Lloyd Harbor's Little Theater was bursting with creativity on June 10 as fifth graders shared their MakerSpace projects with their families and each other. Throughout the month of May and into early June, students worked in the Creative Learning Lab with their classroom teachers and Library Media Specialist, Whitney O'Donnell, to test their creativity, imagination and engineering skills!

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  •  Graduates Walk the Hallways of Their Elementary Schools

    Graduates Walk the Hallways of Their Elementary Schools and Share a Senior Breakfast on Graduation Day!

    Last year, Jr./Sr. High Principal Daniel Danbusky was excited to spearhead a new initiative for the graduating seniors. This heartfelt tradition was emotional not only for the soon to be graduating seniors as they took their “senior walk” down the halls of their elementary schools – but it proved to be just as emotional for their former teachers. Alumnae of Lloyd Harbor and West Side Schools traveled by bus in caps and gowns to pay homage to their former teachers and walk the halls again six years later.

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  •  NY Hall Of Science

    NY Hall Of Science

    Lloyd Harbor 5th graders had a blast at the NY Hall of Science field trip in June. There were so many things to explore, it was hard to know where to begin! Students really embraced the many hands-on experiences the museum provides. They were thrilled to learn and play at the Bubble Experience exhibit, wowed by the World of Microbes, and challenged by the concepts explored in the World of Mathematica.

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  •  Growing Our Mental Health!

    Growing Our Mental Health!

    At Lloyd Harbor School, Mental Health Awareness month in May continues to bloom and grow on the students’ Mandala Tree! School Social Worker, Elle Fuller, worked with students at Lloyd Harbor who all had the opportunity to color a mandala and then add it to the “Growing Your Mental Health Tree” designed by art teacher Katrina Albanese.

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