Spotlight Stories

  • New Turtles, New Amphitheater - GHP

    It’s always an exciting day when the turtles arrive at Goosehill. First graders can hardly sit still waiting for their very own classroom turtle to be revealed.

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  • National Merit Scholarship Program 2021

    The National Merit Scholarship Program, dating back to 1955, holds an annual academic competition identifying and honoring these high school students in the U.S. through recognition and college scholarships. Less than 3% of the 1.5 million students in 21,000 high schools who take this test will become a recipient of the awarded Letters of Commendation.

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  • LHTV Morning News

    Today we watched our first episode of LHTV Morning News! Our “Special Report” segment provided a demonstration of how to return a school library book.

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  • Fall Newsletter

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  • Tomato Sauce Day - WSS

    “Did I hear we might not celebrate the annual tradition of Tomato Sauce Day? Well, if we can’t do it at school, then we will just have to do it virtually!

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  • Time Capsules K-12

    At the start of the school year, a district-wide initiative was implemented for all students to share their personal story of their time in quarantine. They were asked to think about their time in quarantine and answer questions such as; “How did you spend your time in quarantine?” “What did you learn about yourself, what have you gained and what have you lost?”

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  • Music and Art at LHS

    Music and art look a little different in our new digital world as learners in the classroom interaction with their classmates who are home on a virtual day.

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  • Learning Together

    Fourth and fifth graders show us how in-person and virtual students interact and learn together!

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  • Class Charters -LHS

    Class Charters are now complete and help to remind us of our LHS Core Values!

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  • Timeline of My Life

    West Side: Sixth grade students in both Mr. Arloff and Mrs. Piña's Social Studies classes worked on a Timeline project to start off the school year. This timeline spans their life from birth until now. They were encouraged to reminisce over their milestone moments since birth and record these on the top portion of their timeline.

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  • West Side School the Hopes & Dreams bulletin board - WSS

    At West Side School the Hopes & Dreams bulletin board is filling up quickly! - Helping to frame the importance of setting intentions for the year ahead... Principal Hazut shared, “While there is a great deal of uncertainty, it is critical for all of us to focus on what’s most important and by helping to identify what our priorities/hopes & dreams are is a great beginning.”

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  • Debate Awards - Jr./Sr. HS

    Congratulations to the Debate Team for successfully competing in the Long Island Forensic Association's First Virtual Debate Tournament on September 26th.

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  • Outdoor Recess - LHS

    LHS students had their second day of outdoor recess! They are utilizing the playground, sport court, and large field. Hoping for a season of great weather!

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  • Proclamations Awarded Hispanic Heritage Month

    Each year the Town of Huntington and the Town of Huntington’s Hispanic Task Force hosts the Hispanic Heritage Month Program, at which time students of Hispanic descent from each high school in the Town of Huntington are recognized for their achievements. The Program recognizes academic and sporting achievements and most importantly community involvement.

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