Grade 7 had the opportunity to participate in the annual “Team Building Day” program on September 19. This long-standing tradition for the Junior High is a beloved and emotional event for all involved. Hosted by BOCES Brookville Environmental Center, this special day delivers a very unique and supportive learning environment. Students participated in ice-breaker games and were placed in carefully selected groups meant to take kids out of their comfort zones, breaking down cliques and barriers and creating new friendships.
Muralist, Joe Pimentel, has made quite a splash on the walls of the Jr./Sr. High School! The mural commemorates the 60th year anniversary of the Jr./Sr. High School and symbolizes “A Walk-Through Time.” Working in collaboration with students and staff, this endeavor has truly proved to be a community effort. Mr. Pimentel’s artist influence and passion began at age four with a love of comic books and animation.
Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Program have selected Cold Spring Harbor High School senior Annabelle Coles as a 2023 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. This prestigious honor is awarded to students who show exceptional academic ability and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
The Cold Spring Harbor Central School District is proud to share that the U.S. Department of Education has designated the district’s Lloyd Harbor Elementary School as a 2022 National Blue Ribbon School.
100% of the proceeds go directly to Pink Aid, an organization whose mission it is to help under served local women survive breast cancer treatment. This organization helps women with rides to and from treatments, babysitting, grocery delivery, medical navigation, wigs, recovery garments and so much more.
Lucas Wolf was named the 2022 Mechanical Division Competition Winner for a STEM contest to build the strongest clamp. This international competition outlined clear specifications for students to follow otherwise they would face disqualification.
Anthony Clements has recently been appointed to the Cold Spring Harbor Central School district with over 30 years of facilities experience in public education. Mr. Clements has worked in five school districts on Long Island. For the last nine years, he was the Director of Facilities at South Country Central School District and Hauppauge Union Free School District. He has also been an Assistant Facilities Administrator at Smithtown Central School District, a head custodian at Lindenhurst Union Free School District and a custodian at Copiague Union Free School District.
During AP Human Geography class, students became cartographers tasked with drawing a map of the world on an orange(sphere) and peeling it to make a flat map. Students are learning about map projections and distortions and found hands-on, how difficult it is to create an accurate flat map from a spherical planet.