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  •  State Championship Parade!

    Double the Fun… State Championship Parade!

    Everyone loves a parade – but it was twice as nice with double the fun as CSH celebrated TWO State Championship teams as the town closed the street and welcomed a caravan of firetrucks with sirens hailing the teams in tow! The girls’ and boys’ varsity lacrosse teams waved to the crowds, as the community lined the street with banners and noise makers to share their pride. The mile-long celebratory walk ended at the park across from the fire station, with bagpipes leading the charge.

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  •  8th moving up

    8th Grade Moving Up Day

    Congratulations to the 8th graders - Class of 2028 who officially held their “Moving Up” ceremony to the high school! As the students commemorated this milestone event, Principal Danbusky acknowledged that the diploma and handshake are an official welcome to the High School. You will now be called Freshman, and that carries tremendous responsibility, many new opportunities and meaningful new experiences.

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  •  Lemelson-MIT EuerkaFest (LMIT) At MIT Cambridge, MA

    Lemelson-MIT EuerkaFest (LMIT) At MIT Cambridge, MA

    Thirteen Cold Spring Junior/Senior High School students from grades 9 to 12 attended the 3-day Lemelson-MIT EuerkaFest held from June 10 to June 13 on the campus of MIT in Cambridge, MA. Research teacher Jaak Raudsepp explained that EurekaFest is an event that empowers student inventors and encourages creativity and problem solving. The programming featured the eight 2024 Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams, high school students from across the country who received an InvenTeam grant to build a working prototype to solve a real-world problem in their community or beyond.

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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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  •  Rowing Award - 10th in the Country!

    Rowing Award - 10th in the Country!

    Congratulations to Woodford Pollach and Jakob Masata who placed 2nd in the U17 double at US Rowing Nationals in the B Final, making them 10th in the country - Amazing!

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  •  Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

    Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

    Click "Congratulations to the Class of 2024!" to watch the Graduation Video"

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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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  •  Girls Varsity Track and Field Team NY STATE

    Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Track and Field Team NY STATE Championship ALL State titles in all events!

    Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Track and Field Team NY STATE Championship ALL State titles in all events! Megan Jasinski won 4th place finish in the 800; Mulada, Cotek, Madeira and Jasinski placed 3rd in the 4 x 400m relay; and Jasinski, Mulada, Madeira and Garra placed 4th in the 4 x 800m relay - Way to Go Seahawks! Amazing!

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