Schools: Summer STEM Program; Lanyard Project for Pediatric Unit

SCOPE Education Services and the Huntington school district will offer a STEM summer enrichment program for students entering kindergarten through ninth grade. The program will run June 27 through July 22 with four periods of classes offered per day from 8:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.

Participants can choose to register for one, two, three or four periods of classes daily. Period 1 runs from 8:30-9:20 a.m. with Period 2 scheduled for 9:30-10:20 a.m. Period 3 will be from 10:30-11:20 a.m. Period 4 is set to run from 11:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.

Fees run $185 per period with a 10 percent sibling discount for each additional child. Students can combine STEM classes with a schedule encompassing courses in the summer music and arts enrichment program.

Register online at Choose the enrichment link and then the link for the Huntington program.

Call 631.360.0800 extension 129 for more information or email [email protected].

Lanyards for Pediatric Unit

West Side Elementary School sixth graders participating in their school’s
HERO project worked with Principal Alison Hazut to create lanyard bracelets, key chains
and bookmarks. After researching area hospitals, more than Cold Spring Harbor 22 students chose making lanyard bracelets, key chains and bookmarks to donate to the Huntington Hospital pediatric unit as their Helping Everyone Reach Out project.

Public Hearing on Safety

A public hearing on safety measures is scheduled for March 23 at the South Huntington school district administration building.

The hearing will cover the Smart Schools Investment Plan Assistance to enable the district to provide students and staff with increased security. The previous submission for electronic security systems provided the district with updated and increased access to cameras throughout the district

The hearing is set for 7:30 p.m. at the James Kaden Administrative Offices, 60 Weston St., Huntington Station,

A regular business meeting will follow the hearing

Zhang Finishes Fifth in State

Harborfields High School senior diver Alex Zhang finished fifth overall in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s 2022 Boys Swimming and Diving Championships, at Ithaca College on March 4-5.

Zhang, who was named an All-American diver and won a third consecutive Suffolk County diving championship last year, will attend the U.S Military Academy at West Point this fall.

“Alex has had an incredible career and we are so proud of all of his accomplishments,” said Robert Franco, the district’s director of health, physical education and athletics.


Cold Spring Harbor Artists Chosen

The artistic work of several Cold Spring Harbor students has been selected for inclusion in the Long Island Museum’s annual Colors of Long Island Student Art Exhibition.

Chosen by their teachers were:

 Goosehill Elementary School: Grade 1 artists: Sebastian Kelly and Ben Madigan
 Lloyd Harbor Elementary School: Grade 6 artists Sayla Kleinberger and Ava McKean
 West Side Elementary School: Grade 6 artists Lily Provisero and Taylor Winthrop
 Cold Spring Harbor Jr./Sr. High School: Grade 9 artists Henrie Zhao and Sadie

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