Spotlight Stories

  • National Merit Finalist 2020

    National Merit Finalist 2020: Seniors Bernhard Nordemann, Anna Tesoriero, Paige Vegna and Claire Weis, were named as Finalists for CSH High School. Principal, Dr. Jim Bolen, was honored to present them with this achievement, along with Director of Guidance, Justin Arini, and Superintendent, Robert C. Fenter.

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  • Happy 100 Day!

    100 Days of School – Goosehill: Students celebrated this special day on Valentine’s Day! They gathered on stage to share their morning assembly of songs with family members who came to watch and sing along. Classroom doorway entrances were decorated with 100-Day gateway streamers, and bulletin boards were decorated with art work.

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  • Hand-made no-sew blankets

    Lloyd Harbor 5th graders worked hard on their hand-made no-sew blankets. Instead of a Valentine's Day craft, they became blanketeers for "Project Linus" - a national non-profit organization that provides security, warmth and comfort by donating a new blanket to children with long-term illnesses.

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  • Gaga Pit

    West Side students are having a “ball” in the Gaga Pit! Thank you to the WSSPTG for this fabulous donation and addition to the outdoor recess area. Ga-ga is a variant of dodgeball that is played in a ga-ga "pit".

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  • DEBATE

    On Saturday, Feb. 8, at Ward Melville High School in Setauket, Arnaud Lamy & Matthew LaCapra won 6th & 9th place out of 30 debaters in J.V. Lincoln-Douglas Debate

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  • Pippin!

    Kudos to the cast and crew for their smash hit performance of Pippin! The CSH Musical Society presented the community with an evening of theater on February 7-9th, with an additional show on Feb 6th when Student Government hosted a Senior Citizens Dinner Theater for local seniors.

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  • Valentine's Day

    Valentine's Day is always a special day at school to share cards and acts of kindness to one and other. Students at Lloyd Harbor In Ms. Barrese's 4th grade class decided to make "shoe boxes of love" to share as a surprise to their parents or a family member.

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  • El Amigo Secreto

    As a Valentine’s Day celebration, seventh grade Spanish classes wrote “Secret Friend Kindness Notes” in a collaborative activity called “El Amigo Secreto.” “El Amigo Secreto” (secret friend) is a traditional activity that Mexican children participate in for Valentine’s day.

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  • Beebots at Goosehill

    Kindergarten students are using Beebots to learn how to become programmers by giving Beebots a command, or code. Beebots can be programmed to go forward, backward, turn left or right.

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  • RISE UP Awards

    RISE UP Awards Jr./Sr. High School: Recognizing good character in students is something to be celebrated. This year, Dr. Bolen and faculty, decided to rename the “Character Recognition Program,” now called “RISE UP.”

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  • "The Great Snowball Reading Blitz!"

    Lloyd Harbor second graders have been participating in a reading event during the entire month of January called "The Great Snowball Reading Blitz!"

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  • Our Winter Concert was AMAZING!!

    West Side concert: Principal, Alison Hazut, shared, “Our Winter Concert was AMAZING!! 5th and 6th graders confidently and joyfully performed. Many thanks to our incredible music team of educators, Leah Martin, Sue Kleiner, Samantha Meyer and Heather Daniels-Rosenblatt for organizing an incredible program.” Thank you to our talented students!

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  • DEBATE TOURNAMENT WINNERS

    DEBATE TOURNAMENT WINNERS: Saturday, January 18, at the Debate tournament at Schreiber High School in Port Washington, junior Arnaud Lamy was undefeated in JV Lincoln-Douglas Debate, taking 1st place. Freshman Matt Guirugis won 5th place in Novice Lincoln-Douglas Debate. The sophomore team of Ariana Theodoris & Catherine Torrey won 3rd place in Novice Public Forum Debate. Congratulations to all!

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  • This is Our Generation!

    How can we change the world? That is the questions that almost 70 children began discussing last year at Lloyd Harbor School’s peer mentor program, with their advisor, Dr. Wendy Moss. They were tired of hearing people complaining! Some of these change seekers decided to acknowledge acts of kindness around them, while others created lessons on empathy, kindness, and how to be a good friend.

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  • Spreading Kindness

    Nursing Home Notes Showing care and respect for senior citizens is a lesson our youngest students are learning due to a SIT (School Improvement Team) project this year at Goosehill. SIT members felt that elderly citizens residing at local nursing homes would enjoy the writing and drawings by young children.

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  • NY State Outstanding Physical Education Student Award winners,

    NY State Outstanding Physical Education Student Award winners, Christopher Romanoff and Casey Reynolds (seniors) won for exemplary leadership, outstanding character, teamwork, commitment and achievement in Physical Education. They were honored at the Nassau Zone Physical Education Award Dinner on December 3rd at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Huntington.

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  • Challenge Day

    Challenge Day has become an anticipated event at the Jr./Sr. High School at the request of students, and Principal, Dr. Bolen, makes sure it happens every year. Over a three-day period in January, students in grades 10 and 12 participated in an all-day event held in the gym.

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  • It’s National School Counseling Week!

    Director of Guidance, Mr. Justin Arini, shared, “It’s National School Counseling Week! This week is used to help bring awareness to our profession and celebrate everyone that helps our students succeed.

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  • West Side second graders visit the Whaling Museum in Cold Spring Harbor.

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  • Lloyd Harbor 5th graders - "Project Linus"

    Lloyd Harbor 5th graders worked hard on their hand-made no-sew blankets. Instead of a Valentine's Day craft, they became blanketeers for "Project Linus" - a national non-profit organization that provides security,

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