Spotlight Stories

  • Food and Clothing Drive

    Collections for winter clothing and food drives are happening at all of the schools...please consider dropping off donations! Thank you to the student councils and leadership groups for organizing and helping to give back to our local communities in need.

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  • Bond vote on Tuesday, November 19th

    Please learn the details of the upcoming bond vote on Tuesday, November 19th.

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  • The Turtles are here!

    It’s always an exciting day when the turtles arrive at Goosehill. First graders can hardly sit still waiting for their very own classroom turtle to be revealed.

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  • We are Superheroes!

    very child dreams of becoming a superhero; here at Goosehill School students are making it happen! Principal Herschlein, and the School Improvement Team (SIT) set goals instrumental in continuing the focus on teaching our children to help "save the earth"

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  • Professional Development Teachers College Columbia University

    Cold Spring Harbor was proud to host the Columbia University Teachers College Suburban Leadership Group on October 23 in the newly reconstructed Creative Learning Lab at West Side School.

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  • Not A Box

    It might look like one, it might feel like one, but, “It’s NOT a Box!” Goosehill students in Ms. Franciscovich’s class drew inspiration from the New York Times best-illustrated children’s book Not a Box, by Antoinette Portis.

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  • Who is KIBO?

    Even our youngest students are programming robots; introducing Kibo! Working in teams, these first graders in Ms. Levesque’s Library Media Center are learning code. By connecting special blocks in certain orders, the blocks tell the robot what to do. Students can make KIBO go straight, in reverse, spin, shake, play music or light up.

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  • PETER and the STAR CATCHER

    PETER and the STAR CATCHER the Tony-winning play that upends the century-old story of how a miserable orphan comes to be The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (a.k.a. Peter Pan), will be performed by the CSH Senior High Drama Club on On October 25, 26, (7pm) October 27 (2pm) at the Performing Arts Center, directed by Mr. Marc Beja.

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  • October is Board of Education Recognition Month!

    October is Board of Education Recognition Month! The CPC (Central Parent Council) Board and President, Wendi DeSchutter, were pleased to recognize our Board of Education members with gifts and kind words for their volunteerism and tireless dedication and commitment to the students of Cold Spring Harbor.

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  • Changing the Classroom Flexible Furniture The New Classroom

    Starting two years ago, the roll-out of “flexible furniture” began to change the template of standard "row" seating into collaborative face-to-face work environments. Just as corporate America workspaces have changed with the removal of cubicles and corner offices, and coffee shops are packed with couches and communal tables, school classrooms have also changed.

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