Spotlight Stories

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    Senior Citizen “Pre-Show” Dinner

    It was a packed house on Thursday night Feb. 2 as the National Honor Society hosted a "pre-show" dinner prior to the production of “Chicago Teen Edition.” Seniors arrived to the Jr./Sr. High School cafeteria welcomed by trays filled with pastas, salads, rolls and student waiters and waitresses delivering all requests, sprinkling Parmesan cheese, pouring lemonade and coffee, and making sure everyone’s needs were met.

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    Debate Awards

    An Undefeated Team Win - Amazing! On Feb. 4, at Long Island's Debate Eliminations tournament, held at Sayville H.S., sophomores Charly Coden and Stephen Schmidt won 1st place in Public Forum Debate, winning 4-0, the only undefeated team in their division, qualifying them for the New York State Championships in Speech and Debate, which will be held April 29-30.

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    New Fitness Center Opens!

    The anticipation for the opening of the new fitness center has been exciting to say the least! Doors opened for the official ribbon cutting the evening of January 31 to showcase the completion of the state-of-the-art Fitness Center at the Jr./Sr. High School. The jaw-dropping reactions at the wonder and creation of this new space was beyond imagination.

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    Chicago (TEEN edition) Hits the Stage!

    Once again Director Melissa McLees brought the high school musical to life with the teen edition of “Chicago” hitting the stage the weekend of Feb. 3-5. The story was originally set in the roaring twenties with the characters Roxie & Velma making headlines on Broadway back in 1975, directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse.

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    Speech Awards!

    Jan. 28 – CSH hosted the Elimination Tournament for Speech. Congratulations to Hailey Rosato (grade11) who took third place in Oral Interpretation, and Casandra Reilly (grade 10) who took second place in Junior Varsity Oral Interpretation.

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    Book Club Rap

    Students in 10th grade Regents English classes collaborated to create raps and poems as a culminating project for their nonfiction book clubs. An interesting twist on some top choices shared! Some of the books included: Miracle in the Andes, The Outliers, Adrift, and The Nazi Officer's Wife.

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    Year of the rabbit

    It is the year of the rabbit! Lloyd Harbor and West Side students created these fun Zentangle designs in honor of Chinese New Year. (teacher Andria McLaughlin) How fun!

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    Steinbeck’s Bunk House

    In Mr. Borland's 9th grade English classes, students applied their understanding of perspective and point of view to create visual representations of the bunk house in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men.

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