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    Retirement Announcement: Mona Hecht

    At the April Board of Education meeting, the Board approved the resignation for purposes of retirement for Ms. Mona Hecht, Assistant Superintendent for Counseling, Student Services & Human Resources, who has served in the educational system for 34 years.

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  •  Thespian Honor Society

    Thespian Honor Society

    International Thespian Honor Society Induction: Congratulations to the following recipients honoring student achievement in theatre. Five students were inducted to the society on April 17th: Zoe Ableson, Petra Schneider, Amelia Saladino, Angel Tannini, and Charlotte Wells. Music and Theater Workshop teacher, Mr. Daniel Santangelo, recognized them for their work both on and off stage - joined here by administration and past recipients for the ceremony. Bravo!

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  •  Symbols of America Celebration for Grade 2

    Symbols of America Celebration for Grade 2

    It’s the perfect combination of sweetness and knowledge when second graders take the stage to embark upon their journey across America to share their wisdom, songs, trivia and sweet smiles! It’s a huge deal for second graders when they reach their unit on the history of our nation and the Symbols of America to be recognized and honored.

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  •  Cold Spring Harbor Central School District continues its monthly collaboration amongst all the scho

    #CSH Unites for World Art Day in April!

    Cold Spring Harbor Central School District continues its monthly collaboration amongst all the schools. For April, the theme was “Art in Our Schools Month.” Thank you to all the schools for participating, especially by recognizing that April 15 was “World Art Day.” Nationwide, this is a day to celebrate the arts and appreciate their importance in our lives. It is a day to come together and appreciate the beauty of art in all its forms.

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  •  Long Island Science Congress Presentations

    Long Island Science Congress Presentations

    Congratulations to the thirty-five Cold Spring Harbor 9-12 grade students who presented their research at the 75th Anniversary Long Island Science Congress. The presentations were held at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City on Monday and Tuesday, April 15 and 16. Students’ research was judged by Science teachers and administrators from across Long Island.

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  •  The Career Fair

    The Career Fair

    On the evening of April 15, a Career Fair was held at the Jr./Sr. High School in the NEST and surrounding classrooms. It was spearheaded by student Nicole Schrock (grade 11), as part of a Girl Scout Project initiative. The evening was open to all, but it was most appropriate for grades 7-12. Students lined up to register for various sessions, and it was a fantastic turnout

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  •  Goosehill visits Heckscher Museum & the Tilles Center

    Goosehill visits Heckscher Museum & the Tilles Center

    Students at Goosehill had the opportunity to visit The Tilles Center concert hall on the campus of LIU Post University in Brookville to watch the production of “Rainbow Fish.” This student matinee adaptation of the beloved storybook by Marcus Pfister enchanted our youngest with innovative puppetry, music and striking scenic effects.

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  • Congratulations to Greyson Meak, two-time Nassau County Wrestler of the year! Greyson is a junior at

    Congratulations to Greyson Meak, two-time Nassau County Wrestler of the year!

    Congratulations to Greyson Meak, two-time Nassau County Wrestler of the year! Greyson is a junior at CSHHS and was honored with this award by the Section VIII Coaches Association.

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