Kindergarten registration for all Cold Spring Harbor Central School District residents will take place February 1-5, 2021. If you have a child who is age-eligible for kindergarten (must be 5 years of age by December 1, 2021), please notify the District Office by calling 631-367-5910. Please note: Children are not automatically enrolled in kindergarten. Each child must be registered with the district.
During this holiday season, Lloyd Harbor 5th grade students wanted to let those who can’t be with their families know that they are not alone. Mrs. Conroy, Mrs. Palmer, and Mrs. Wetzel’s classes created cards and wrote notes to seniors living in nursing homes or assisted living facilities. The students joined the Letters of Love Project initiated by the nonprofit organization Love For Our Elders.
Thank you to all the schools district-wide for sponsoring Thanksgiving food drives. The responses from our community were beyond generous, and we thank all the students, faculty, and families for your participation and donations to so many local families in need. These donations were distributed to the Helping Hand Rescue Mission in Huntington Station.
Thank you Lloyd Harbor students, for continuing the tradition of “Green Light a Vet” for Veterans Day this year, and sending in your photos to Ms. Palmer’s 5th-grade class. The meaning of “Green Light a Vet,” is a campaign nationwide to support our Veterans by changing one light to green outside (or somewhere visible) to show your support, appreciation, and recognition in your community.
This year, 4th graders participated in a “virtual version” of the Journeys into American Territory program. Each class decided which craft activity they would engage in after the lesson. At Lloyd Harbor School, Ms. Matthew and Ms. LaPollo’s students participated in the “symbol project.”
The Board of Education appointed Mr. Brian Graham, as the new Director of Facilities III. Brian was a dear friend and colleague of former Director of Building and Grounds, Mr. Mark Margolies, who held this position and served our district for fourteen years, yet sadly passed away in the spring of 2020. Brian shared, “It was with deep sadness that I said goodbye to Mark this past spring.