Spotlight Stories

  •  Art

    Literary Luncheon Astronaut~Author~Artist, Nicole Stott

    Celebrating 21 years of the Literary Luncheon! Each year, the CSHPTG (Jr./Sr. High School parent/teacher organization) sponsors their largest fundraiser, the "Literary Luncheon." All funds raised support the Cultural Arts Programs brought in for all the schools in the district. This year, the CSHPTG was pleased to introduce, Nicole Stott, who spoke about her book, Back to Earth on March 22 to a sold-out crowd at the Huntington Crescent Club.

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  •  Sports Night

    Corey’s Promise District-Wide Sports Night

    Oh, what a night! The first annual district-wide “Charity Event” sports night was held on March 9 for students, staff and families. This collaborative effort to bring the schools and community together has been a vision of Superintendent Jill M. Gierasch, and an important Board of Education District Goal. By increasing family and community engagement, it is the hope of administration to develop greater partnerships by offering K-12 special events at programs like the fall Homecoming game half-time and pre-game carnival, and the first district-wide STEAM Night and Parent University Night.

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  •  String

    Music in Our Schools - LISFA Recognitions

    The Long Island String Festival Association (LISFA) offers selected students in Nassau and Suffolk County the opportunity to perform in a select ensemble. All 5th through 12th grade students are eligible for selection based on their New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) scores and teacher recommendations.

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  •  Rock

    Positivity Pebbles

    It’s not just a rock…it’s a message of love, hope and positivity! Lloyd Harbor fourth graders embarked on a journey to spread kindness with our neighbors at North Shore Holiday House. Every summer Holiday House welcomes girls from across Long Island for an amazing summer camp experience. As a welcome gift, each girl will receive a “Positivity Pebble” hand-painted by our students. The rocks share messages of hope such as: Dream Big, Be Positive, Be Yourself, You Rock, Be Happy….and so many more sweet tokens on colorful decorative pebbles.

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  •  International Night

    International Night

    Always delicious, Always entertaining, Always a success! International nights at the Jr./Sr. High School are synonymous to a day at Epcot! In its 9th year, it NEVER disappoints as students celebrated once again the night of March 2 taking pride in their heritage showcasing their talents and diverse cultures from around the world. International Club advisor, Merritt Monck-Rowley, and senior club officers: President, Madison Porcelain, Secretary, Cleo Dallaris, and member, Bennett Vitagliano, orchestrated this amazing event with cultural exhibits, food stations.

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    2nd Grade Learning Expo

    What an amazing celebration of learning by our second graders at Lloyd Harbor. Students became the teachers as they shared “what they are experts at” with family members and friends who were invited in to celebrate. The cafeteria tables were filled with visitors who rotated among the students. All were quite surprised to listen to the in depth knowledge showcased in each student’s “All About Books” project about their favorite topic.

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  • Phys Ed Bingo Board Competition!

    Phys Ed Bingo Board Competition!

    Congratulations to Lloyd Harbor 4th graders in Ms. Smith’s class who were the recipients of the first Bingo Health Trophy! The students were so excited when they soared past the competition completing 20 Bingo boards, with runners up in grade 2 Terry’s class with 15 Bingo Boards completed. Will they be able to defend their title in March as the monthly Health Bingo Board challenges continue?

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  •  Health

    Visiting Health Experts

    Lloyd Harbor physical education classes were privileged to invite in health experts to speak to classes about various aspects of health and fitness. Over the course of three days, these educators spoke to students and answered questions on many topics. CSH Athletic Director, Michael Bongino, spoke about the opening of the new fitness center to grade 6 students and what they can expect next year as they move up to the Junior High, including school sports, extracurricular clubs, special programs and athlete/student expectations.

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