Spotlight Stories

  • 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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  • Bond vote on Tuesday, November 19th

    Please learn the details of the upcoming bond vote on Tuesday, November 19th.

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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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  • The Turtles are here!

    It’s always an exciting day when the turtles arrive at Goosehill. First graders can hardly sit still waiting for their very own classroom turtle to be revealed.

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  • ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

    Ms. Massimo shared, “The students and staff were extremely honored to have artist Bren Bataclan spend the week with us!

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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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  • We are Superheroes!

    very child dreams of becoming a superhero; here at Goosehill School students are making it happen! Principal Herschlein, and the School Improvement Team (SIT) set goals instrumental in continuing the focus on teaching our children to help "save the earth"

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  • West Side Celebrates the Fall Season

    Third and Fourth grade students at West Side celebrate the Fall season with leaf paintings. The balance between color, shape and warm/cool colors remind us how beautiful Long Island truly is. Art teacher- Andria McLaughlin

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  • Journeys into American Territory

    The mission at Journeys Into American Indian Territory is to bring an authentic Native American experience to students, where ancient teachings meet the modern world.

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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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  • Not A Box

    It might look like one, it might feel like one, but, “It’s NOT a Box!” Goosehill students in Ms. Franciscovich’s class drew inspiration from the New York Times best-illustrated children’s book Not a Box, by Antoinette Portis.

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  • Musical Pizza

    West Side third graders learned about musical notation through an interdisciplinary approach! Using fractions, students studied the mathematical relationships of a whole, half, quarter, eighth and sixteenth notes.

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  • Flip Grid FLES

    Flip Grid is a social learning tool where students record short videos based on topics they are learning. In their own voice, they create a film to tell a story that they can share with classmates, their teacher, and family members at home. Using text, emoji’s, inking and more “superpowers,” students can enhance their stories in a fun and creative way.

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  • West Side Welcomed Hollyrocks

    West Side welcomed Hollyrocks in a big way on Nov. 7th! Many thanks to Cultural Arts Committee parents, Alexis Whelan and Emily Moriarty, for setting up this wonderful,

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