Spotlight Stories

  • New Student Registration

    Please call the District Registrar, Gloria Albert, 631-367-5910 to schedule an appointment. Click the schoolhouse for more information.

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  • LH 5th Graders Explore NYC Hall of Science

    Lloyd Harbor 5th graders went to the NYC Hall of Science as an extension and enrichment of their science curriculum. On the Science Playground, students "played" with physics concepts, designed and engineered their own creations in the Design Lab, and interacted with museum exhibits that encouraged them to think about the science . . .

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  • LH All that Jazz!

    Lloyd Harbor School celebrated April’s “Jazz Appreciation Month” in a big way! It is a part of music education that Principal Massimo had wanted to bring to the school for some time, and she was thrilled to see it come to life this year, thanks to Ms. Beja and Ms. Martin! Second and . . .

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  • LH Let's Read Together

    Second graders at Lloyd Harbor participated in the Pick A Reading Partner (PARP) program the week of May 13th. The goal of the PARP program is to celebrate adults and children spending time reading together. As we know, reading helps build vocabulary, improve comprehension, and expand . . .

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  • LH 2nd Graders Build a Community through Art

    Lloyd Harbor 2nd grade artists building community through ART with a little inspiration from renowned street artist, Will Kasso. (art teacher, Ann McLam)

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  • LH March Madness Tournament of Books

    If you think March Madness is only for basketball, think again! Ms. O’Donnell decided to apply that excitement by challenging her students to make brackets for a “Tournament of Books!” She selected 16 titles that she knew many kids had read. Then, volunteers made book trailers to "advertise" the books. The entire grade had the opportunity to view the . . .

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  • 2nd Grade Symbols of America Presentation

    Tuesday, April 16th, was an exciting morning for second graders at the Performing Arts Center! From the Liberty Bell to the Bald Eagle, second graders from West Side and Lloyd Harbor shared their learning through the Symbols of America presentation. The children were excited to be on stage and to present to all the families who attended this inspiring . . .

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  • Administrator of the Year

    Valerie Massimo was named Western Suffolk BOCES 2018-19 Administrator of the Year for her work with the design and use of the Creative Learning Labs as well as the available technology in our district. As principal at Lloyd Harbor elementary school for the past 11 years, Ms. Massimo has been instrumental in leading the charge by creating more student-centered classrooms for enhanced learning.

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  • LH Van Gogh Inspired Art

    Click the link above to see more amazing Van Gogh inspired art!

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  • LH Come Read all about It!

    Come read all about it! Ms. Craco’s 2nd graders loved sharing what they "know a lot about." They shared booklets filled with drawings and pages on topics that ranged from figure skating, gymnastics, bikes, hockey, lizards, art, and yup – even “my brother!” Precious!

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