Spotlight Stories

  • Grades 2 - 4 Math Night - 12/6/2021 - 7 PM - LHS

    To learn about the math curriculum and how you can support your child's learning at home. - Click on the flyer to the left to learn more.... Click the event title to view the November 18th presentation.

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  • West Side Turkey Trot

    The annual West Side Turkey Trot was enjoyed by all on a glorious fall day to kick-off the Thanksgiving Holiday! Thank you to Physical Education teacher Stephen Forbes, along with all the runners and the staff for organizing this long-standing West Side tradition. The student council also sponsored a Turkey Trot T-Shirt Contest, where drawings and designs were submitted by students.

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  • Digital Health & Wellness Presentation Keeping Our Kids Safe Online

    At the CPC (Central Parent Council) meeting on Nov. 18, which was held outdoors due to the spectacular weather, parents learned a great deal about keeping kids safe and healthy in the digital world. Executive Director of Instructional and Administrative Technology, Mr. Joseph Monastero, presented parents with a myriad of protective links all available on his presentation found here.

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  • Grade 5- & 6 Math Night Presentation

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  • Change Sings Amanda Gorman live virtual reading

    Even West Side 3rd graders in Ms. Dopico's class know about the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history, Amanda Gorman! She rose to fame after delivering her poem The Hill We Climb at the inauguration of the president in 2021, and recently published a New York Times bestselling children's book, Change Sings.

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  • Multiple Intelligences

    West Side teacher, Ms. Melissa Dudek, challenged her fifth-grade class to think either “inside or outside the diorama box!” After reading the book Esperanza Rising, as part of a narrative ELA reading unit, the students were so inspired they began encouraging friends at recess to read it! First students were introduced to Harvard Professor and American Psychologist, Howard Gardner’s "Multiple Intelligences Theory."

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  • Art Collaborations with Science & Social Studies

    “Beautiful Insects” were all the buzz for 4th grade students at West Side who studied insects combining Art, Science and Technology. After they researched various insect anatomy with Ms. Glass in Science, they then used their knowledge and research skills in art to create depictions of these beautiful insects using chalk pastels for bright bold colors with art teacher, Ms. McLaughlin.

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  • Cold Spring Harbor CSD awarded the NY State FLES Award

    World Language Department Chairperson, Sandra Rivadeneyra, officially accepted the NYSAFLT Sally G. Hahn Outstanding FLES Program Award on Oct. 22 at the annual conference awards banquet held in Saratoga Springs, NY. Cold Spring Harbor CSD was named the recipient of this award in June 2021. Sally Barnes, President of NSAFLT shared, “We are pleased to inform you that the FLES program in the Cold Spring Harbor School District is the recipient of the 2021 Sally G. Hahn Outstanding FLES Program Award, sponsored by the New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers (NYSAFLT).

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