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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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  •  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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    #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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  • K-6 Art Exhibit on Display CSH Library

    K-6 Art Exhibit on Display CSH Library

    Thank you to our community for coming out for the student art exhibition reception at the CSH Library on April 9. What a wonderful turnout! The students were incredibly proud to share their work, and the stories behind the projects! Thank you to all the K-6 art teachers for coming out to support their students and for their constant guidance and encouragement.

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    Solar Eclipse Pinhole Projectors

    Third and fourth graders in Julia Glass’ Science classes, recently created solar eclipse viewers after learning how and why eclipses occur in anticipation of the 2024 solar eclipse. Students constructed pinhole projectors and then used them to practice safely viewing this phenomenon, along with the sun, daytime sky and any future eclipses.

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  •  AATSP Poster Contest Winners!

    AATSP Poster Contest Winners!

    In celebration of World Language month, the fourth-grade FLES students created beautiful posters! Each year, the AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese) selects a theme which students show in their posters. This year's theme was “El español y el portugués como lenguas globales: conexiones y oportunidades más allá del aula.”

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    NAMM Foundation Award for Music

    K-12 Music Chair Brent Chiarello was thrilled to announce some very exciting news. “For the 3rd year running, Cold Spring Harbor has received national recognition by the NAMM foundation with a “Best Communities for Music Education” designation! I’m so proud of the work that our teachers do each day, and this recognition is a testament to their dedication. Thank you for all you do to support our students and the music program!”

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  •  Ancient Egypt Comes Alive!

    Ancient Egypt Comes Alive!

    Lloyd Harbor 6th grade social studies classes delved into the River Valley Civilization, each researching a topic about ancient Egypt. Students created replicas or a representation of their chosen topic, along with an essay and Google slide presentation which they shared with their classmates.

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