Thursday, May 10th, 2018 B Day

The May Mile is here again!  Each year, the May Mile is held at Peconic Landing to raise money for our local Fire Department and EMT’s.  In the spirit of supporting good causes within the community, The Porters Football team as well as any other individuals who would like to give back to the community, meet at 8am near the Stone Mansion immediately inside the gate.  So all Football players at all levels at 8am on May 12th!

The junior high softball team defeated Mattituck 13-12 yesterday. The Porters scored 7 runs in the final inning to overcome a 6 run deficit. Jada Clark hit an inside the park homerun while Alley Smiley scored the winning run on Paola Leon’s base hit.

Congratulations to the Teeny Award Nominees from Greenport Drama Club

For Sabrina Fair

Lead Female in a Play – Shannon Colfer

Supporting Male in a Play – Sam Mastrangelo

For Little Shop of Horrors

Lead Male in a Musical – Sam Mastrangelo

Outstanding Choreography – Lena Wolf

Outstanding Playbill and Poster Design – Maryum Qamar

Costume and Prop Design – Autumn Behrle and Emily Hughes

Lighting Design – Garrick Hughes

Stage Managers- Ashley Payne and Garrick Hughes

The Award ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 3rd at Longwood High School. More details to follow.

Source: High School Annoucements

We Did it AGAIN ~ Silver Medal School!


Once again GREENPORT HIGH SCHOOL has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a Silver Medal school.  We are ranked 2,604 nationally  (Across the United States there are 26,407 public secondary schools and 10,693 private secondary schools) and # 215 of schools within the State.

This is the sixth time (3 bronze medals and two other silvers) that Greenport High School has been recognized.  Congratulations to the teacher and students on such a monumental accomplishment!


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

New Partnership with The Retreat; Programs for JH and HS

The Retreat is pleased to be partnering with Greenport School to bring our Healthy Relationships Don’t Hurt workshops to the 10th grade health classes and our Respect in Relationships workshops to the 7th grade.

The Retreat Education Program’s mission is to prevent abuse and promote respect in all relationships, and to help end bullying, domestic violence and sexual assault.
Parents and caregivers can help their children assert and respect healthy boundaries in relationships.  Privacy, independence and integrity should be protected and celebrated.
Be alert to the “red flags” of unhealthy relationships:
  • Control: Watch out for a friend or dating partner who pressures, manipulates or demands that you behave a certain way.
  • Imbalance:  A friend or partner who acts like a parent or boss.
  • Constant togetherness. Find time for a variety of people in your life.
  • Jealousy.  Not allowing someone to hangout with other people.  Accusing someone of flirting.
  • Drama: Blow ups, constant clashing, manipulative behavior.
  • Harassment:  Hurtful,embarrassing, or obsessive comments, messages, or pictures.
Support healthy relationships:
  • Respect:  Honoring a person for who they are.
  • Empathy:  Understanding someone else’s feelings.
  • Boundaries:  Not pressuring togetherness.
  • Safety:  Feeling comfortable physically and emotionally.
  • Fairness:  Balance in decision-making.
  • Fun:  Enjoying conversation, activities, and time spent together.
The Retreat provides support not just to those who have been subjected to abuse, including domestic violence, human trafficking, stalking, bullying, and sexual assault.  The Retreat offers a variety of services to the East End community including 24/7 hotline at 631-329-2200, free counseling for survivors, legal advocacy, education, and shelter.
Please feel free to check out our website at and contact us for more information!

Greenport Students visit Broadway

On May 2nd over 50 of Greenport High School students participated in a full 360 degree Broadway experience.
The feelings of empowerment, enrichment, and memories created are all abuzz in our halls. Many of our students shared that they had not had this type of opportunity presented to them before. Since its Broadway debut, the Tony-Award winning Best Musical Kinky Boots has been working with the TDF STAGE DOORS to give young people opportunities to learn about the theater.
Coupled with the trip, our students participated in workshops lead by a teaching a professional artist.  These workshops were based on the understanding that future audiences are built by engaging students, first-hand, in the vital and exciting activity of the creative process, as well as providing opportunities to see live performances of great theater. The workshops actively engaged our students  in inquiry, creativity and community.


“I’ve never been to a broadway show before, and this whole experience has been so great. I know there is more than what we see on the stage,” says Katerine, grade 8.


Our workshops centered around the theme  in Kinky Boots “you can change the world when you change your mind”. This play  has very positive messages about being who you are, self acceptance, and accepting others for who they are.  Our young people were also inspired they  made a pledge to stand for and protect the values of inclusion, participation, and compassion for everyone – regardless of race, class, religion, country of origin, immigration status, (dis)ability, age, gender identity, or sexual orientation.


“We  can creatively be brave in and outside our classes.  We can empower, enlighten and serve as light in our community.” said S. Colfer, grade 12.

Madison Hilton Named March Rotary Student of the Month


Congratulations Madison!  Madison Hilton is a busy senior who is a member of several of our extracurricular clubs including: Interact member for 4 years, current Vice President; DECA Club member for 4 years, current President. She won top ten best in DECA States for 2018. She is also a 4 year member of the Student Council; the Senior Class Treasurer, Sports Booster Club secretary and Model UN Treasurer. A 2 year member of both the National Spanish Honor Society and National Honor Society being the treasurer of the latter. In sports Madison has been a 4 year varsity member of our Field Hockey team, this year as Captain earning the Unsung Hero Award and All County, All League and All Division; Basketball this year as Captain and softball, this year as Captain as well. When not busy with school she has worked as a nanny for the last 3 years and is a summer lifeguard. She is still working on her plans for after graduation are still in the works.

Shannon Colfer Named April Rotary Student of the Month


Congratulations Shannon!  Throughout High School, Shannon has been involved in many different clubs including the Quill Newspaper as President , Model UN as President, and Drama Club as both treasurer and previously Vice President. She has also been a member of Interact Club where she has helped with different activities and Spanish Honor Society. Outside of school , Shannon works at Peconic Dunes Summer Camp as an art instructor and day camp counselor. She will be attending SUNY New Paltz in the fall for a double major in Theatre Performance and English. She hopes to one day create art programs for children in low income areas who may want to become involved in and learn about the arts. She would like to pursue a career in professional theatre , as either a screenwriter or performer.

Bronx Zoo Trip 5/7

On Monday, 42 students from Mrs. Baker’s Living Environment class, along with several students from Mr. Taylor’s Marine Ecology class, spent the day at the Bronx Zoo.  Students viewed many exhibits, some saw the new 4D movie on storks, and everyone had a great time.  Thank you to Mrs. Baker for arranging the trip and the chaperones for accompanying the students.  Thank you Ms. Douglass for the great photos!


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