Spotlight Stories

  • LHS - 6th Grade Science - Earth Day

    Lloyd Harbor: Students in Mr. Craine’s 6th grade science class celebrated Earth Day by learning about the importance of protecting our drinking water. In cooperation with the North Shore Land Alliance, and with assistance from educator Karen Mossey, students created their own model of an aquifer.

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  • Lloyd Harbor - Celebration of Earth Day

    Lloyd Harbor: In celebration of Earth Day, second graders in Ms. Romanelli’s class learned how to take care of our planet! They participated in a Virtual Earth Day Show, where they learned facts about the earth and ways to take care of the beautiful place, we call home.

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  • Earth Day Crafts at Lloyd Harbor

    Earth Day Crafts at Lloyd Harbor: Ms. Barrese’s third graders learned how Earth Day is celebrated globally every year on April 22nd to bring awareness to the environment and the ways that we can help protect it. (It was actually the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in 2020).

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  • Celebrating Art at Lloyd Harbor

    A walk down the hallway at Lloyd Harbor always brings joy when you pass all the fabulous artwork… 2nd graders collaborated with FLES learning about seasons in Spanish and showing how they change with the looks of trees, they also created “Symbols of America collages.”

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  • Outdoor music class at Lloyd Harbor

    A perfect day for an outdoor music class at Lloyd Harbor! Music teacher, Daniel Santangelo, leads these 6th graders in a fun lesson where all seemed very happy to be enjoying a bit of sunshine and song!

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  • Lloyd Harbor School 3rd Grade Talent Show

    The Lloyd Harbor School 3rd Grade Talent Show was live today after school in the gym (students only) but live streamed for the parents. Kudo's to these very talented students who showcased their singing, hula-hooping, pogo-stick jumping, gymnastics and more! So adorable, so confident...there was no stage fright here!

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  • Women in History Month

    Women in History Month In the United States, Women's History Month traces its beginnings back to the first International Women's Day in March 1911. Beginning in 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued a presidential proclamation declaring the week of March 8 as National Women's History Week stating, "From the first settlers who came to our shores…men and women have worked together to build this nation. Too often the women were unsung and sometimes their contributions went unnoticed. But the achievements, leadership, courage, strength and love of the women who built America was as vital as that of the men whose names we know so well.”

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  • AATSP Poster Awards

    AATSP Poster Awards: In celebration of World Language month, fourth grade FLES students created beautiful posters! Each year, the AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese) selects a theme which the students have to depict in their posters. This year's theme was celebrating diversity; Celebrando la diversidad: El español y el portugués!

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  • Lloyd Harbor Persuasive Essays

    Lloyd Harbor Persuasive Essays: Third graders were proud to display their “Persuasive Essays” based upon things they already know about. Some wrote thank you essays to staff members at their school, including Mr. Paul, Ms. Perez, Ms. Rampi, or the bus drivers. Others wrote about pollution and encouraged others to be a hero and pick up your trash!

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  • Little Apple Fun Run

    The Lloyd Harbor School "Little Apple Fun Run" is going VIRTUAL this year – May 23 – June 6 Details to come…stay tuned! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Do1GtGZqGk

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