The embodiment of team spirit was ever present at the painting of “Team Banners” in the cafeteria for the Homecoming Pep Rally next week. Every team gathered around tables to paint their own custom banners adorned with Seahawk colors and a flair of creativity unique to each team. Afterward, all the athletes were treated to a delicious pasta night thanks to our kitchen staff. This annual tradition truly kicks off Homecoming Spirit – great job Seahawks! See you at Homecoming next weekend, Oct. 6, festivities start at 5pm with game time beginning at 7pm.
Congratulations to the Debate Team for their victories this past Saturday at the first tournament of the debate season at Half Hollow Hills East High School. Special congratulations to the Public Forum debate teams of Matthew Kammer and George Kitchen (pictured above at far left and far right), who took third place, and Jessica Romano and Leah Bjorneby (left to right), who took 6th place, with each team having a 3-1 record and prevailing out of twenty-four teams in the novice division. All four ninth-graders earned a half-qualification for the New York State Championships
The much-anticipated evening of Sept. 26 celebrated the Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the STEAM Wing Reveal! Thank you to the community members who came out to tour this extraordinary three-room suite which is now host to Room A11 – the new FACS Kitchen (Family & Consumer Science), room A12 – the new Art STEAM suite and room A13 – the new Technology classroom for robotics and engineering. These adjoining suites will provide cross collaboration and multipurpose versatility for STEAM projects for the junior high as well as master chef and electives for high school students.
Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Program have selected six students at Cold Spring Harbor High School as 2024 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists: Saami Ali, Hannah Stark, Charles Wood, Kathleen Engel, Alexander Grosh and Amber Zhou. This prestigious honor is awarded to students who show exceptional academic ability and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
Congratulations to senior Toni Nemazi who has earned the prestigious recognition of being named a Long Island Scholar-Artist for the 2023-2024 School Year by the LI Arts Alliance. Each year, the Alliance sponsors a Scholar-Artist Award program which recognizes students judged to be "the best of the best" on Long Island in both academics and in the arts. As a recognized scholar-artist Toni’s photo and profile will be featured in Newsday during the month of April 2024.
What happens when the art teacher finds a roll of paper textured like water? She begins to think, “What could bridge summer fun and the opening of a new school year for our students?” Hence, this beautiful creation by Art Department Chairperson, Christine Oswald. She explained that a wide selection of important contributors to a student’s education became the focus of the chosen portraiture.
As everyone is gearing up for the anticipation of this Saturday’s Remembrance Bowl event at Locust Valley High School (the first ever played on U.S. soil!), CSH is engaging in pre-game ceremonies to teach students the significance of this occasion. Students in grades 9-12 gathered in the PAC Thursday afternoon for a very special presentation hosted by the Patton Foundation and Operation Democracy.