Thursday, March 21, 2019 A Day

TODAY Interact is hosting a badminton tournament to raise money for the gift of life. The tournament will be in the big gym from 6-9 pm The entrance fee is $10 a team! Grab a teacher or grab a friend and come have fun for a good cause! See Ms Sweeney or Ms Lillis.


All students eligible to apply for National Honor Society, please remember that your applications are due tomorrow, Friday, March 22nd.


Any JH girl interested in playing softball,  please see Mrs. Baker in room 312. Season starts this Monday 25th

Junior high athletes playing baseball, softball, track, lacrosse and tennis…

the spring season starts Monday.  Please turn your completed and signed athletic contracts into the athletic office.

If any 7th or 8th grader is playing lacrosse please see Mr. Golden in the athletic office for more details about practices.

There will be a meeting on today 3.p.m in the small gym for anyone interested in playing Jr. High baseball.

Any senior who has played a Varsity sport during their HS career needs to touch base with Mrs. Dinizio, preferably by the end of the day Friday. It will only take a minute of your time.



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Xavier Kahn Named Rotary Student of the Month for March

Congratulations to Xavier Kahn on being named Rotary Student of the Month for March.  Xavier is a senior at Greenport High School.  This young entrepreneur who opened his own T-shirt company in 2018, possesses exceptional attributes which prove why he truly deserves this honor. Xavier is currently on the High Honor Roll with an unweighted GPA of 98.509. He has been a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society since 2017. Aside from his stellar achievements in academia, Xavier has an extensive list of extracurricular activities that he participates in. He is presently Senior Class President; has served as the Vice President of High School Interact since 2015; is the Chapter President AND two time regional award winner and State medal winner in D.E.C.A. since 2015; has been the school NATO Chairperson for the Model U.N. since 2016; and sits as the student council President since 2015. Throughout his high school years, Xavier has been a vital player of the Varsity Tennis, Varsity Soccer and Varsity Golf teams. He has led the two time league champion tennis team as the team captain and MVP, who has received All County, the Sportsmanship Award and the 5 Year Varsity Award. Xavier has been awarded with the Coach’s Award, the Academic All- County award and helped his soccer team lead as county champions. In addition to sports, Xavier has performed in many of the High School Drama Club’s plays since 2014 and qualified for the FIRST 2018 World Championship in the Team 870 Robotics club. In his downtime, Xavier volunteers as Chief Petty Officer in the NJROTC, is the organizer of the school’s biannual blood drives, and offers his services at the local public library. Xavier is expected to graduate with an Advanced Regents Diploma with a Mastery in Science and Mathematics. Right now he is undecided about his college career. Regardless, we are confident that Xavier will be successful in all of his future endeavors.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 B Day

Junior high athletes playing baseball, softball, track, lacrosse and tennis…

the spring season starts Monday.  Please turn your completed and signed athletic contracts into the athletic office.

If any 7th or 8th grader is playing lacrosse please see Mr. Golden in the athletic office for more details about practices.

There will be a meeting on Thursday at 3.p.m in the small gym for anyone interested in playing Jr. High baseball.


TOMORROW Interact is hosting a badminton tournament to raise money for the gift of life. The tournament will be in the big gym from 6-9 pm The entrance fee is $10 a team! Grab a teacher or grab a friend and come have fun for a good cause! See Ms Sweeney or Ms Lillis to sign up!


The following college will be in the NJROTC room today during 1st period:

Norwich University which is located in Northfield, Vermont.  The most popular majors are Military Science, Security and Protective Services, and Business.  If you are interested in meeting with this college, please get a pass from guidance.


Attention students seeking summer employment.  The Town of Southold is looking for students to work on the Southold Town Property Records scanning project.  For more information, please see flyer in the guidance office.



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Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 A Day

Seniors are reminded to check new scholarship opportunities in the Guidance Office.


Mrs. Burke’s Advisory please report to Mrs. Viggiano’s class today.

Makerspace will be open in the high school library today during 6th period.  Junior High students are welcome to come up during lunch to play Jenga and other games, create projects with Snap Circuits or do origami this week.


This Thursday March 21st Interact is hosting a badminton tournament to raise money for the gift of life. The tournament will be in the big gym from 6-9 pm The entrance fee is $10 a team! Grab a teacher or grab a friend and come have fun for a good cause! See Ms Sweeney or Ms Lillis to sign up!


The following college will be in the NJROTC room on Wednesday during 1st period:

Norwich University which is located in Northfield, Vermont.  The most popular majors are Military Science, Security and Protective Services, and Business.  If you are interested in meeting with this college, please get a pass from guidance.


Attention students seeking summer employment.  The Town of Southold is looking for students to work on the Southold Town Property Records scanning project.  For more information, please see flyer in the guidance office.


Junior high baseball players there will be a meeting with Coach Swain this Thursday at 2:45pm in the small gym.  Practice starts Monday and coach Swain wants all players to be ready.



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Monday, March 18th, 2019 B Day

Mrs. Manfredi’s 8th and 9th period PE classes-Please report to the HS Library for Class today, Monday, March 18.


The PTO is looking for talented students to join Greenport’s Got Talent! Day 2 of auditions is tonight at 6 in the auditorium. The talent show is open to all students.


Congratulations to Robotics Team 870 for winning the Finger Lakes Regional Competition at the Rochester Institute of Technology, in Rochester, New York this weekend!

The team created one of the leading robots at the competition and placed first out of 49 teams at the event.  The team was also awarded the Excellence in Engineering award for its robot’s unique design and outstanding ability to complete all tasks of the mission.

With this win, comes a ticket to the FIRST Robotics World Championships in Detroit at the end of April!   


This Thursday March 21st Interact is hosting a badminton tournament to raise money for the Gift of Life. The tournament will be in the big gym from 6-9 pm The entrance fee is $10 a team! Grab a teacher or grab a friend and come have fun for a good cause! See Ms. Sweeney or Ms. Lillis to sign up! 


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Thursday, March 14th ,2019 PM announcement.

BOCES students a bus will be provided for you from here, Greenport School, to your BOCES center and back tomorrow. There are no classes in Greenport tomorrow, but you do have classes with BOCES. You are responsible for getting here to pick up the bus and back home.

Greenport students, tomorrow is a conference day. There will be no classes here tomorrow.

Teachers your conference tomorrow is at Southold. A schedule of the day was shared with you via email.



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Thursday, March 14th, 2019 A Day

Attention to Mrs. Kollen’s advisory, please report to the auditorium.


The high school Interact club is hosting a badminton tournament on March 21st at 6pm. The tournament will be held in the gym. The cost to play is $10 a team. Please see Ms. Sweeney or Ms. Lillis to sign up. The deadline for signing up will be March 19th.


Makerspace will be open in the high school library today during 6th period.  Junior High students are welcome to come up during lunch to play Jenga and other games, create projects with Snap Circuits or do origami this week.


Student Council will meet today during advisory in the High School Library.   Please note the change in date due to Advisory Goofy Games. Be sure to bring sample mission statements from other schools.  All class officers in grades 9-12 should attend this meeting. See Mrs. Richter with questions.


Attention acappella!  Practice for today is at 5:45!  Make sure you bring your permission slip for Peconic Landing if you have not already done so.  See Mrs Cabral personally if you have a conflict.


Please follow the link emailed this morning to play the latest edition of GPO TV

https://vimeo.com/323473305


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Emelyn Azurdia and Lupita Perez Selected for Angela Del Toro Puerto Rican Hispanic Youth Leadership Program

Congratulations to Seniors Emelyn Azurdia and Lupita Perez were both selected to participate in the Angela Del Toro Puerto Rican Hispanic Youth Leadership Program. This institute affords Hispanic youth greater insight into  State government and offers participants the opportunity to develop leadership skills.

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