Spotlight Stories

  • Proposed 2020-2021 School Calendar

    The Board of Education will be voting on the proposed 2020-21 school calendar at its January Board of Education meeting. Please be aware that this is calendar represents a draft and is not official until approved by the Board of Education.

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  • La semaine nationale du français 2019

    Cold Spring Harbor Jr./Sr. High School celebrated National French Week! Teachers and students joined together to promote the language and francophone cultures around the world. French classes enjoyed making their own crêpes “au chocolat”, “aux bananes”, et “aux fraises” avec “la crème chantilly”.

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  • JUNIOR NATURAL HELPERS

    The Junior Natural Helpers Club held their annual retreat on Saturday November 23rd. The students are selected by their elementary school and junior high teachers, guidance counselors, administrators, and mental health staff

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  • Food and Clothing Drive

    Collections for winter clothing and food drives are happening at all of the schools...please consider dropping off donations! Thank you to the student councils and leadership groups for organizing and helping to give back to our local communities in need.

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  • Thank You to our Veterans

    Thank you to our Veterans who visited the Jr./Sr. High School Social Studies classes on Oct. 6th and 8th. Each year, students in grades 7-8, as well as grade 11 feel privileged to hear these real-life experiences.

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  • National Art Honor Society

    The Annual National Art Honor Society Induction was held on October 7th to the delight and pride of Art Department Chair, Ms. Christine Oswald, and the entire district art department!

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  • Professional Development Teachers College Columbia University

    Cold Spring Harbor was proud to host the Columbia University Teachers College Suburban Leadership Group on October 23 in the newly reconstructed Creative Learning Lab at West Side School.

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  • Science Honors

    Science Honors: Three, third year Advanced Science Research students (Sophia Ketterer, Matthew LaCapra and Susannah Oster) were selected to participate in the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Science Journal Club (SJC).

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  • Developing Musical Skills Through Jazz

    The high school was privileged to host Jazz musician, Al Degregoris, for grades 9-12 on October 17th. The event included workshops with Mr. Degrogoris’ world renown band members, including Cold Spring Harbor’s own Mark Schnurman.

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  • PETER and the STAR CATCHER

    PETER and the STAR CATCHER the Tony-winning play that upends the century-old story of how a miserable orphan comes to be The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (a.k.a. Peter Pan), will be performed by the CSH Senior High Drama Club on On October 25, 26, (7pm) October 27 (2pm) at the Performing Arts Center, directed by Mr. Marc Beja.

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