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  • Winter II Newsletter

    Enjoy the Winter II Cold Spring Harbor Newsletter

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  • Kindergarten Registration Information

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  • Remembering Ted Hilton

    It is with a heavy heart that this community learned of the passing of Ted Hilton. Surrounded by and teaching children… that is how most will remember Mr. Hilton. He was more than the principal of West Side School for 43 years, his presence and legendary stories at assemblies continued throughout his life with visits to West Side. Each principal who followed in the footsteps of Mr. Hilton, welcomed him back to ring the bell at the start of opening day.

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  • RISE UP FOOD DRIVE

    As a district, we RISE Up to help those in need! Goosehill, West Side and Lloyd Harbor joined the Jr./Sr. High School Social Action Club who coordinated donations across all four buildings with the Townwide Fund of Huntington to sponsor the food drive from January 27 - February 10. Jr./Sr. High Psychologist, Dr. Beth Chase, shared, “Now, more than ever, families in our local community need food, pantry items, and everyday necessities to help get through this challenging time.”

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  • Teachers College Supporting all Learning Platforms

    For ten years, Teachers College (TC) staff developers from Columbia University have worked in partnership with CSH School District, providing on-site classroom demonstration lessons and professional development workshops focused on content and pedagogy. Due to COVID-19, these on-site lessons are now virtual and have not skipped a beat! Not only has Teachers College continued to support staff here at CSH, but they have taken it a step further by helping to support teachers with remote instruction tools.

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  • Adopted 2021-2022 School Calendar

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  • Valentines cards of thanks for US Troop

    Art teachers, Samantha Hayes and Colleen Beneville, inspired their art students to share thoughtful Valentines cards of thanks for US Troops during the school-wide “RISE UP” campaign. The “RISE UP” acronym symbolizes the core values of: Respect, Integrity, Service, Empathy, and being an UPstander. Classes throughout the Jr./Sr. High were asked to focus on a certain pillar of character during the weeklong campaign.

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  • “Choux à la crème”

    French teachers Madame Koob and Madame Reed organized a virtual baking class for the French club this past Saturday with the Cooking Lab, located in Port Washington.

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  • JH Concert

    The Cold Spring Harbor Jr. High Virtual Winter Concert and Art Exhibition will be posted today at 6pm! Please visit the Virtual Concert Portal by clicking the link below.

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  • RISE UP

    Jr./Sr. High School: Recognizing good character in students is something to be celebrated. The “RISE UP” acronym symbolizes many core values into one to be recognized: Respect, Integrity, Service, Empathy, and being an UPstander. The goal is to help promote a positive school environment essential to the healthy development of young adults, and to recognize role models. Principal, Dr. Jim Bolen, started the official launch of RISE UP during the week of January 25, 2021 sharing, “The purpose of RISE Up is to provide a common language that captures who we are as a school community and the traits we most value.”

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