The Cold Spring Harbor Central School District is proud to share that the U.S. Department of Education has designated the district’s Lloyd Harbor Elementary School as a 2022 National Blue Ribbon School.
100% of the proceeds go directly to Pink Aid, an organization whose mission it is to help under served local women survive breast cancer treatment. This organization helps women with rides to and from treatments, babysitting, grocery delivery, medical navigation, wigs, recovery garments and so much more.
Anthony Clements has recently been appointed to the Cold Spring Harbor Central School district with over 30 years of facilities experience in public education. Mr. Clements has worked in five school districts on Long Island. For the last nine years, he was the Director of Facilities at South Country Central School District and Hauppauge Union Free School District. He has also been an Assistant Facilities Administrator at Smithtown Central School District, a head custodian at Lindenhurst Union Free School District and a custodian at Copiague Union Free School District.
Thank you to the administration, staff and Seahawks for a beautiful 9/11 Remembrance prior to the Football game against Island Trees on Sept. 9. CSH honored all First Responders in attendance, joined by fellow community members and friends to open the 2022 football season and share in a special remembrance of our heroes, past and present.
The Board of Education appointed Dr. Christine Schlendorf as the new Director of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathemetics at the July 20 Board of Education meeting. Dr. Schlendorf is looking forward to working with students, teachers, and staff as the Director of STEM for the Cold Spring Harbor School District. She has been a science educator for 18 years teaching high school biology and college biology courses.
A warm welcome to our newest staff! Each year an orientation is held to acclimate new staff to the district and introduce them to the culture of the community. In August, teachers new to the district had an opportunity to hear from veteran teaching staff, engage in discussion practices designed to engrain a sense of teamwork and partnership, meet with leaders of curriculum and instruction, and hear from the administrative team along with Tara Belfi, president of the Board of Education.
Superintendent, Jill M. Gierasch, was pleased to introduce Mr. Thomas C. Murray, Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools and best-selling author as the keynote speaker on August 30. His message to staff referenced his recent book, "Personal and Authentic, Redesigning Learning Experiences that Impact a Lifetime." His engaging and energetic style was so compelling he received a standing ovation at the PAC after he finished!
9:30 AM GHPTG Meeting 9:30 AM
8:00 AM GH Photo Re-take Day