Spotlight Stories

  • District Rankings

    Niche - US News and World Report - Washington Post

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  • Bee-coming Gardeners Native Pollinators at Goosehill

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  • Tenure Granted

    Congratulations to Whitney O’Donnell (tenure area of Library Media Specialist), Leah Bayer (tenure area of Reading), and Michelle Cucolo (tenure area of Elementary Education), who were granted tenure at the recommendation of the Superintendent at the May 10 Board of Education meeting. Superintendent, Jill M. Gierasch, the Board of Education, and Administration offered their congratulations and shared heartfelt speeches with the highest of praise and support.

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  • Retirement Wishes

    At the May 10 Board of Education meeting, 8 Retirees were honored. On behalf of the Board and the administrative team, all were recognized prior to the meeting for a gathering of celebration and congratulatory wishes and cake. For the many years dedicated to the Cold Spring Harbor School District, we wish you much happiness in your retirement and thank you for the many contributions you have made to Cold Spring Harbor.

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  • Favorite “Stuffy” Day

    Goosehill kids could be seen in every classroom cuddling up with their favorite “Stuffy” brought in from home. Sometimes it was used as a pillow, or a friend on their desk to encourage their reading or writing, or a conversation to introduce to another beloved “stuffy” friend.

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  • NEW APPOINTMENT Assistant Superintendent for Business

    On May 10, the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District approved the appointment of Christine Costa as the next Assistant Superintendent of Business effective June 27, 2022. We are pleased to welcome Ms. Christine Costa to our school district and community! With over 30 years of financial experience, she has spent over twenty years in public education.

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  • All-County Art Exhibit

    All-County Art Exhibit - Celebrating K-12 Artists from CSH

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  • Off to the Fish Hatchery!

    Ponds of brook trout and tanks housing snakes and frogs were only some of the aquatic life specimens Goosehill students learned about from the educators at our local CSH Fish Hatchery & Aquarium. This educational center is dedicated to helping visitors understand freshwater ecosystems in NY state including reptiles, fish and amphibians.

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