Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 A Day

AP Literature and Composition students if you are still here in the building, you need to go over to St. Agnes, now.

The Greenport National Honor Society is supporting Mattituck-Cutchogue students in an effort to collect donations (school supplies and shoes) for students in Turkey. Collection boxes are located throughout the building. All items will be picked up on Friday, May 18th. Thank you in advance for your contribution.

Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Track team for the 72-60 win over Stony Brook last night. Over 17 events, the team set a combined 20 person records. Leading the sprinters and scoring a total of 15 teams points was Jorge Torrento. He also set a person record of 11.6 seconds in the 100 meter race. The team point leader with 20 team points was Mateo Arias. He won the 3200 meter, 1600 meter, 800 meter and was on winning 4×800 relay team. The 4×800 set a school record time of 9 minutes 37 seconds and included Mateo Arias, Kristian Nikolov, Saed Pauc, and Cristian Ariano. Great effort by everyone finishing the season with a 4-2 record! – Coach Fioretti

The Girls Varsity Track team finished up the regular dual meet season with a 77-64 victory over Stony Brook yesterday.  The Lady Clippers end the regular season with a league record of 5-1. Emily Russell won three individual events: the High Jump, the Shot put and the 100 meter sprint.  Emily also anchored the winning 4 by 100 meter relay, combining with Marie Mullen, Courtney Cocheo and Katherine Jarvis. Sophomore Kat Kilcommons won two events: the 400 meter intermediate hurdles and the 200 meter dash, as well as anchoring the winning 4 by 400 meter relay team with Hayley Brigham, Jessica Villareal, Katherine Jarvis.

At this time will all home room teachers click on the link emailed to you for Episode #10, the Senior Edition of GPOTV.

Greenport PTO is holding a plant sale. Please see form for more information.

Source: High School Annoucements

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