Spotlight Stories

  • 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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  • Promethean Boards Expansion at all the schools

    If you told recent CSH alumni that SMARTBoards were outdated, and now there is a new world of Promethean Boards, they would not only be surprised, but would ask “What’s a Promethean Board?” One thing is for sure, technology changes very fast! SMARTBoards were amazing new technology with projectors hanging from the ceiling that powered oversized installed computer white boards that could magically draw and erase. Today

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  • “Science Time: What Will You Build?”

    The ability to transform a classroom into a playground of imagination has students running to enter the STEAM Lab at Goosehill!

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  • A Message from the Board of Education

    Dear Resident: The opening of school is always marked with great anticipation and much excitement about the new year. From our very youngest at Goosehill to our incoming seniors at the Jr./Sr. High School, students returned to the classroom, enthusiastic and eager to begin anew. As the summer came to an end, September began with a flurry of activity; new grade levels and courses of study, the start of co-curricular clubs and athletic teams, and a time to reacquaint with all those we had not seen.

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  • Museum Educator, Ms. Tami Wood, at the Heckscher Museum of Art

    Museum Educator, Ms. Tami Wood, at the Heckscher Museum of Art recognized CSH students Emma Wood (Lloyd Harbor School, 5th grade), Sylvie Schneider (Jr High School, 7th grade) and Charlie Wood (Jr High School, 8th grade) for their service as Youth Ambassadors for the Heckscher Museum of Art where they led museum tours for visitors during the Huntington Village Art Walk on October 6th..

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  • Advanced Science Research I

    On September 19th, the Advanced Science Research I students, under the direction of NYS Master Teacher Sheila Mauriello and 8 lab scientists, went to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory to collect invertebrate organisms and perform water testing in the sandpit and coastline of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory property.

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  • Pinata making in Senora Fristensky's Spanish classes!

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