Spotlight Stories

  • Earth Day at Goosehill

    Mrs. Herschlein shared, “Thank you to the GPFA Green and Earth Day Committee volunteers, especially the chairs, Mrs. Silver and Mrs. Wohlferd, for a great celebration of Earth Day! The kindergarten students loved the Earth Day relay races and the first graders were so proud of how they brightened our school grounds with the planting of beautiful flowers. I hope your family enjoys planting the seeds the GPFA purchased for every child.”

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  • 2nd Grade Symbols of America Presentation

    Tuesday, April 16th, was an exciting morning for second graders at the Performing Arts Center! From the Liberty Bell to the Bald Eagle, second graders from West Side and Lloyd Harbor shared their learning through the Symbols of America presentation. The children were excited to be on stage and to present to all the families who attended this inspiring . . .

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  • WS 5th Grade STEAM Fair

    The excitement was so contagious at the West Side STEAM Fair. Younger students kept peeking into the gym asking if and when their class would get to visit. Dr. Bellino shared, “The authentic student-designed projects offered students the opportunity to engage in designing their own investigations, asking questions, exploring possible . . .

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  • Administrator of the Year

    Valerie Massimo was named Western Suffolk BOCES 2018-19 Administrator of the Year for her work with the design and use of the Creative Learning Labs as well as the available technology in our district. As principal at Lloyd Harbor elementary school for the past 11 years, Ms. Massimo has been instrumental in leading the charge by creating more student-centered classrooms for enhanced learning.

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  • National Speech & Debate Association Induction Ceremony

    National Speech & Debate Association Induction Ceremony: Congratulations to the 26 student recipients honored at the 2019 National Speech & Debate Association Induction Ceremony, held on April 2nd hosted by head coach, Dr. Andrews and assistant coach, Ms. Glynn. Presentations of Award Certificates, and Degrees of Merit, Honor, Excellence and Distinction were given

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  • GH Young Scientists

    The annual CSH Laboratory Science Fair for Goosehill is truly a family favorite and one event you don’t want to miss! As part of our school district’s partnership with the Laboratory, first graders participated in six exciting science activities, on a rotating basis taught by the scientists. They explored the properties of a “seaweed surprise” . . .

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  • GH Students Participate in SIT-Sponsored Community Service Project

    Students raised $1,000.00 dollars (in coins!) for Little Shelter as part of a SIT-sponsored community service project in . . .

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  • LH Van Gogh Inspired Art

    Click the link above to see more amazing Van Gogh inspired art!

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  • LH Come Read all about It!

    Come read all about it! Ms. Craco’s 2nd graders loved sharing what they "know a lot about." They shared booklets filled with drawings and pages on topics that ranged from figure skating, gymnastics, bikes, hockey, lizards, art, and yup – even “my brother!” Precious!

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  • LH 3rd Graders Celebrate Women in STEAM

    In observance of Women's History Month, third graders in the Library Media Center celebrated women in STEAM. This week, Ms. Cuff taught the students about Mae C. Jemison (an American engineer, physician and NASA astronaut who became the first black woman to travel in space when she served as an astronaut aboard the Space Shuttle . . .

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  • LH Phys. Ed. Classes "Train Like an Athlete"

    Physical Education teachers, Mr. Toscano and Ms. Incarnato, welcomed a local fitness organization into their classes called Athletic Movement Protocol. It specializes in sport specific speed and strength programs. Located in Syosset, the . . .

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  • LH Landforms

    Second graders studied Earth Science, and created 3D models of landforms while learning about how our planet-Earth changes over time. Here, one group from Ms. Morrison's class proudly displayed their final presentation. Great job!

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  • WS Students Present at the Annual ASSET Conference

    Four 6th-grade students attended the Long Island ASSET Conference, “Unleashing Talent,” an association dedicated to promoting the integration of technology in instruction. Congratulations to . . .

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  • WS Robotics

    Fifth grade students prepare their Lego Robotics projects with their teacher, Mr. Powers, for the upcoming STEAM Fair on April 9th…using various sensors on the robot to detect and avoid objects, along with using sounds and displays to give their robot personality!

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