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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  • West Side School's Annual Sports/Game Night

    West Side School's Annual Sports/Game Night was held on March 10th for a fabulous night of fun playing Newcomb ball in the gym, Bingo in the community room, & a delicious pasta dinner while playing board games in the WS cafeteria!

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  • Students Teach the CFA at WSS

    Students at the WSSPTG/FOCUS meeting presented their research projects to parents. Students conducted research on topics that they found interesting.

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  • NEW Promethean Boards

    It’s a Promethean Learning World! Some SmartBoards have been replaced with touch screen interactive “Promethean” Boards this year. Last year a pilot program began to test various boards, and slowly the classrooms are being introduced to these interactive touchscreen boards that no longer cast shadows or use a projector, and they have 180-degree visibility no matter where students sit.

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  • The 5th Grade students at West Side School

    The 5th Grade students at West Side studied the works of Israeli artist, Hanoch Piven. His celebrity portraits inspired the students to create these paintings using found objects.

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  • West Side Thanksgiving FUNDRAISING PIE DRIVE

    Thank you to everyone who donated a pie, and to the Student Council for organizing this event under the leadership of Mrs. Santoro and Mrs. Ryan, All of the proceeds will go to St. Jude’s Research Hospital, a wonderful and worthy cause that was selected by the members of West Side Student Council.

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  • My Double Helix

    A visit by the DNA Learning Center to our 5th grade Science classes (both at West Side and Lloyd Harbor) had students participate in an investigation of the DNA double helix. They each created their very own model, under the tutelage of DNA Learning Center Educator, Mr. Thomas.

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  • WS Safety Comes First!

    When it comes to science experiments in the lab, 6th graders at West Side take their work seriously, and with caution! Before plunging into unknown scientific experiments, students are taught that safety is key. Ms. DeRosa expanded upon this by having the students fill a bulletin board outlining the dangers and safety to abide by in the lab. This colorful . . .

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  • Update on School Security Measures

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  • Adopted 2018-2019 School Calendar

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