Congratulations to Mr. Chris Homer, recipient of the 2022 University of Chicago Outstanding Education Award! This This award is given out each year by the University of Chicago to teachers who have excelled in and outside of the classroom making a difference in students’ lives academically. To all of us who have known Chris over his 36-year teacher career, this award comes as no surprise.
Thomas Tsekerides earned his place in the upcoming NY State tournament in April in Oral Interpretation. He needed two "half-qualifications” earning one on October 2 with a first-place finish and the second on December 11 with a second-place finish. Congratulations Thomas, good luck at States!
CSH High School Student Government collected men's clothing in January for HiHi (Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative). This collaboration of community service with this local organization demonstrations the student’s dedication and caring efforts to help those in need. Student Government has worked and generously donated their time with this organization proudly for many years.
On January 15, at the Schreiber High School Virtual Debate tournament, the Public Forum Debate teams of Sophie Talamas & Melina Kelly (gr. 9) and Tanishka Dhariwal and Amber Zhou (gr. 10) earned half-qualifications for the State Championships on April 30-May 1. Congratulations! (Head coach Speech & Debate; Dr. Michael Andrews)
Congratulations to senior Annabel Shen, the 2021-22 high school recipient of the Partners For the Future Honors Program for young scientists through Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories (CSHL). This internship provides hands-on field research partnering over 200 high school seniors with CSHL researchers.
Madame Reed’s French 4 Honors class is enjoying learning about the many wonderful musicians in the francophone world. Each student researched a French-speaking artist and presented about their life and interpreted lyrics from a song of their choice. They made connections between the music and the six AP French themes such as Family and Community, Beauty and Esthetics and Contemporary Life.
Students couldn’t wait for the much anticipated “ice cream making” day in Chemistry class with teacher, Dr. Colascione. Students learned that at room temperature, nitrogen is normally a gas. When nitrogen gas is exposed to high pressure in an evacuated container, the gas will liquefy. The temperature drops to -320 oF, ideal for making ice cream quickly.
5:00 PM Jr/Sr High Report Cards
7:00 PM SEPTO College Info Night
7:00 PM Senior High School Musical
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM HS Speech and Debate Team (LIFA) Eliminations Tournament