Lupita Perez May Rotary Student of the Month

Congratulations to Lupita Perez, the May Rotary Student of the Month. Recently, Lupita was honored to accept an invitation to participate at the Angelo del Toro Puerto Rican Hispanic Youth Leadership Program to represent Greenport High School and learn more about student empowerment for the Latino/ Hispanic youth of NY.   In addition to Ms. Perez’ outstanding academic years at Greenport, Lupita is known as the face of GPOTV broadcasting. She has also been a member of the Spanish honor society and participated in the youth council. Lupita is a team player on both the volleyball and cheerleading teams, all while contributing as assistant coach for both the Jr High Wrestling and Jr. High Volleyball teams. On her down time, Lupita volunteers at the local church and the American Legion in Greenport.

 

One might say that from the exposure and knowledge she gained as a NJROTC member, it has been extremely influential in her decision to become a culinary specialist in the Army upon graduation. We wish you the best of luck!

Wednesday, May 22nd, 20-19 A Day

Attention drama club and School of Rock performers. Rehearsal for your Teeny Award performance will be Thursday, June 6th after school from 3 to 4 pm. You will pick up your costume for the performance on that day as well.

Also, please check the bulletin board next to the auditorium for information on upcoming auditions for other local theater groups that include Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, Pippin and Sister Act.


Attention all students taking the Global History II Regents exam. There will be review sessions after school today from 2:45 to 4 pm in room 321. Please see Mr. Peterson with any questions or concerns.


Attention Middle School Chorus!  This is a reminder that auditions for “Do Unto Others” is today (Wednesday) at 12 pm in Mrs. Cabral’s Room.  Auditions for Hamilton are tomorrow (Wednesday) at 12 pm in Mrs. Cabral’s room.


Attention Seniors:  Reminder your End of Year Expenses are due by May 31st and if you want to put an item in the time capsule; it must be handed in to Ms. Kollen or Ms. Hopkins by Wednesday, May 29th.  Any questions, please ask them.


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Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

Ms. Douglass and all the chaperones would like to thank all the prom goers for the “Enchanted Evening” this past weekend.  Congratulations to our newly crowned royalty: Junior Court Gerson Gonzalez and Jessica Villareal, Senior Court Carlos Campos and Jules Atkins, and King Drew Wolf and Queen Paige Wachtel.  If you did not take your prom glasses or picture frames or would just like another, please see Ms. Douglass for the extras.


Attention Acappella!  Practice will be right after school on Thursday.  You must all be in attendance. Bring in your Acappella t-shirt ironed and on a hanger.  See Mrs. Cabral with any conflicts ASAP!

Attention all students taking the Global History II Regents exam. There will be review sessions Wednesday after school from 2:45 to 4 pm in room 321. Please see Mr. Peterson with any questions or concerns.


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8th Grade Enjoyed Trip to Liberty Island the Freedom Tower

The rain and cold did not stop the 8th Grade class from having a great time on the trip to Liberty Island and The Freedom Tower in New York City! Students explored Liberty Island and saw the amazing views of the city from the pedestal. After visiting the Statue of Liberty students ate at Eataly and walked through the oculus to the Freedom Tower. There they visited the One World Observatory. It was a day they will never forget!

Tuesday, May 20th, 2019 A Day

Student Council is meeting this morning during advisory in the HS Library, room 307.  All class officers in grades 9 – 12 are required to attend. Other interested students are welcome.  


Any student who would like to get a physical at the end of the year so that they are covered for the entire year next year for sports, should sign up with Mrs. Dinizio in the Athletic office.


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Friday, May 17th, 2019 B Day

Attention all students taking the Global History II Regents exam. There will be review sessions next week after school from 2:45 to 4pm in room 321. The sessions will be Monday 5/20 and Wednesday 5/22. Please see Mr. Peterson with any questions or concerns.


There will be a brief NHS & NJHS meeting this morning, in the auditorium at 8 am.


Student Council will meet on Monday, May 20th during advisory in the HS Library, room 307.  All class officers in grades 9 – 12 are required to attend. Other interested students are welcome.  See Mrs. Richter with questions


Attention Seniors:  TODAY is the last day to respond and get your money in for the Senior Dinner on June 3.  Please let Mrs. Dinizio know either way what your plans are.


Any student who would like to get a physical at the end of the year so that they are covered for the entire year next year for sports, should sign up with Mrs. Dinizio in the Athletic office.


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Thursday, May 16th, 2019 A Day

ATTN: Mr. Davies period 2 class, please report today directly to Mrs. Artukmac in the Computer Lab room 306.


There will be a brief NHS & NJHS meeting on Friday morning, May 17, in the auditorium at 8 am.


Attention ACAPPELLA !!  Rehearsal will be today at 5:30!  If you can not attend you must see Mrs. Cabral today to inform her.  Do NOT send it on the group text! You must see her in person to explain your circumstances if you cannot attend rehearsal.   


Student Council will meet on Monday, May 20th during advisory in the HS Library, room 307.  All class officers in grades 9 – 12 are required to attend. Other interested students are welcome.  See Mrs. Richter with questions


Attention Seniors:  Tomorrow ~ Friday ~ is the last day to respond and get your money in for the Senior Dinner on June 3.  Please let Mrs. Dinizio know either way what your plans are. Will Anna Coria and Kevin Azama please report to the Athletic Office.


The JV Baseball team finished off their season with an impressive 11-1 victory over Wyandanch at home yesterday. The Porters were led by strong pitching from Zach Riggins, Josh Santacroce, and Tommy Tsaveras. Riggins started the game, pitching four and a third innings with 12 strikeouts.  Offensively, the team combined for a whopping eleven hits. Ivan Tapia broke the game open in the third with a bases loaded double which scored two runs.

Great work guys! Way to finish the season strong!



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