Spotlight Stories

  • Journeys Program

    This year, 4th graders participated in a “virtual version” of the Journeys into American Territory program. Each class decided which craft activity they would engage in after the lesson. At Lloyd Harbor School, Ms. Matthew and Ms. LaPollo’s students participated in the “symbol project.”

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  • Welcome Brian Graham

    The Board of Education appointed Mr. Brian Graham, as the new Director of Facilities III. Brian was a dear friend and colleague of former Director of Building and Grounds, Mr. Mark Margolies, who held this position and served our district for fourteen years, yet sadly passed away in the spring of 2020. Brian shared, “It was with deep sadness that I said goodbye to Mark this past spring.

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  • October is Fire Prevention Month!

    October is Fire Prevention Month! ... In 1922, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) name

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  • Alumni Corner

    Retired NY State Trooper, Frederick William Strothenke, paid a visit to his elementary stomping grounds this past summer. Upon entrance, he explained he was a student here from the Class of 1954, and he would love to walk the hallways of his former school.

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  • Music Lessons

    Music Lessons Thank you to music teacher, Ms. Daniels-Rosenblatt for spreading the joy of music to the students at Lloyd Harbor School during this instrumental lesson…sounds beautiful!

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  • Greetings from NY State

    th graders in Ms. Matthews class at Lloyd Harbor school, participated in a social studies unit learning about the state they live in, and all the beautiful places to visit and learn about here in New York.

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  • Who Am I?

    Making students feel welcome is a top priority in Ms. Sewell’s class at Lloyd Harbor, and making sure the students get to know “all about” each other is a great way to learn about their classmates. This fabulous bulletin board displays a collection of thoughts from each student introducing the many qualities of “Who I AM.”

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  • Art Imagined... LHS

    Students at Lloyd Harbor have decorated the hallways with incredible artwork! 5th graders were inspired to create self-portraits after studying the life of Frida Kahlo who expressed her love of animals, gardens and symbolism in her self-portraits representing hardships she worked to overcome.

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  • LHS - A Halloween Throwback

    A Halloween Throwback - brought to you by Lloyd Harbor School Bus Karaoke! "Monster Mash"

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  • LHTV Morning News

    Today we watched our first episode of LHTV Morning News! Our “Special Report” segment provided a demonstration of how to return a school library book.

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