Tuesday, April 30, 2019 A Day

Attention Juniors and Seniors…. This is your last week to buy prom tickets for $80 per person. See Ms. Douglass ASAP with questions or concerns.

Attention all National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society members and new inductees, we will be having a rehearsal during advisory today and tomorrow morning.  Please come down to the auditorium after the announcements.

Thursday May 3rd there will be a mandatory 7th grade class meeting for all students going on the 7th Grade field trip in the HS Library during advisory. See Ms. Sweeney if you are unable to attend.

Thursday May 9th there will be a mandatory 8th grade class meeting for all students going on the 8th grade field trip in the HS Library during advisory. See Ms. Sweeney if you are unable to attend.

ATTENTION JUNIORS!

College Board Review Classes at GHS continue!   

Wednesday, 5/1, 7-8:30 p.m., Rm 210  SAT Critical Reading Review

& Thursday, 5/2 from 6:30-10:00 p.m.:  You will be given a practice SAT test


Model UN will be meeting AFTER SCHOOL this Wednesday in room 303.


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Thursday, April 18, 2019 A day

ATTENTION SENIORS!!

The next few weeks are BIG WEEKS for scholarship applications due.  

Be sure to pick up applications in Guidance Office or download from website.  

WE HAVE AN EXTREMELY GENEROUS COMMUNITY!

ALL SENIORS SHOULD QUALIFY FOR A LEAST ONE SCHOLARSHIP!

SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AWARDED AT THE SENIOR BREAKFAST!

There will be an SAT Review for Critical Reading on Monday, April 29th, from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. in room 210 (Mrs. Burke’s room).

Greenport schools and the Greenport village will be hosting Open Gym for all students on April 22nd, 23rd, 24th, and 25th from 12:00 noon to 2:30 pm.  The elementary students will be in the small gym and the secondary students will be in the big gym. All students should use the elementary entrance on the eastside of the building.  

Parent Teacher Conferences will take place this afternoon from 12 noon to 2:45 pm. Dismissal for students in grades 7 to 12 will be after 4th period.

Students who need transportation to East Marion and Orient, you bus will leave here at 11:10 am.

Students who need transportation in Greenport, please report to the auditorium for period 5. You will wait for elementary dismissal at 11:45 am to board bus home. Elementary classes will be in the auditorium period 5 for presentation of their Porter Awards.

PM BOCES students you do have classes there and your bus schedule will remain the same

Attention Juniors and Seniors….  Tickets for “Enchanted Evening”, this year’s Junior-Senior Prom set to take place on May 18th are now on sale.  Tickets will be $80 per person until May 3rd when they will increase to $100. See Ms. Douglass to reserve your tickets today, before you leave for break.

Good Luck to Robotics Team 870 who will be traveling to the World competition next week in Detroit, along with 1,400 teams from 70 countries!

They will compete on Thursday and Friday in qualifying rounds.  Winners of each of the six divisions, will compete in playoffs on Saturday.  Let’s make it to the finals 870!

Watch them thru their link

http://www.thebluealliance.com/

School will be closed on Friday April 19th through Friday, April 26th for Spring Break. Please enjoy you time off connecting with family and friends. Classes will resume here on Monday 4/29/2019.



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OPEN GYM – April 23rd to 26th

Greenport schools and the Greenport village will be hosting Open Gym for all students on April 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th from 12:00 noon to 2:30 pm.  The elementary students will be in the small gym and the secondary students will be in the big gym. All students should use the elementary entrance on the eastside of the building.  

Click here for more info:  April Open Gym

La Escuela de Greenport y el Pueblo de Greenport están patrocinando el Gimnasio abierto para todos los estudiantes, los días 23, 24, 25 y 26 de Abril de 12:00 a 2:30 pm. Los estudiantes de primaria estarán en el gimnasio pequeño y los estudiantes de secundaria estarán en el gimnasio grande. Todos los estudiantes deben usar la entrada elemental en el lado este del edificio.

Clic aquí para más información:  April Open Gym

 

Open Gym Week of April 22nd, 2019

Greenport schools and the Greenport village will be hosting Open Gym for all students on April 22nd, 23rd, 24th, and 25th from 12:00 noon to 2:30 pm.  The elementary students will be in the small gym and the secondary students will be in the big gym. All students should use the elementary entrance on the east side of the building.  


Parent Teacher Conferences will take place this week on Wednesday evening from 6pm to 8 pm and again on Thursday from 12 noon to 2:45 pm. Thursday will be an early dismissal for grades 7 to 12 at the end of 4th period. Bus transportation home for 7 to 12 students will be with the elementary students at 11:45, please report to the auditorium at the end of 4th until the elementary is dismissed.  Attention to the students who take the Oysterponds bus, your transportation will be leaving at 11:10 at the end of 4th period. Meet you bus in the front of the school as usual.


Boces students, there will be classes for you there in the afternoon and the usual transportation will be available for you to and back from your afternoon classes.


There will be a joint National Honor Society & National Junior Honor Society meeting this this morning at 8 am in the auditorium.  






Open Gym for All Greenport Students

The Greenport School District and Greenport Village are sharing services to provide a safe, fun and inviting opportunity for children to come to the school during the April break to play in a supervised environment. The District and the Village recognize the limited options for children in the district throughout the day. Children will be encouraged to come, exercise through play, and be in a safe and positive environment among friends.  Student should enter on the eastside of the school (the elementary entrance).

The elementary students will be in the small gym and the secondary students will be in the big gym.  The program will run April 22th, 23th, 24th, and 25th from 12:00 noon to 2:30 pm. 

All students should use the elementary entrance on the eastside of the building

Dates

Times

Secondary

Secondary Staff

Elementary

Elementary Staff

April 22nd

12:00-2:30 pm

Big Gym

Toussaint

Small Gym

Hines

April 23rd

12:00-2:30 pm

Big Gym

Toussaint

Small Gym

Hines

April 24th

12:00-2:30 pm

Big Gym

Toussaint

Small Gym

Hines

April 25th

12:00-2:30 pm

Big Gym

Martilotta

Small Gym

Hines

Elementary Activities                                

  • Basketball         
  • Soccer
  • Hula Hoop
  • Capture-The-Flag
  • Sharks and Minnows
  • Board Games

Secondary Activities                        

  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Soccer
  • Pickleball
  • Badminton

Gimnasio abierto para todos los estudiantes de Greenport

El Distrito Escolar de Greenport y el Pueblo de Greenport están compartiendo servicios para brindar una oportunidad segura, divertida e invitante para que los niños vengan a la escuela durante el receso de Abril para jugar en un ambiente supervisado. El Distrito y el Pueblo reconocen que las opciones son limitadas para los niños en el distrito durante todo el día. Se les invita a los niños a venir, hacer ejercicio a través del juego y estar en un ambiente seguro y positivo entre amigos. Los estudiantes deben ingresar por el lado este de la escuela (la entrada de la escuela primaria).

Los estudiantes de primaria estarán en el gimnasio pequeño y los estudiantes de secundaria estarán en el gimnasio grande. El programa se llevará a cabo los días 22, 23,24 y 25 de Abril de 12:00  a las 2:30 pm.  

Todos los estudiantes deben usar la entrada elemental del lado este del edificio

Dates

Times

Secondary

Secondary Staff

Elementary

Elementary Staff

Abril  22

12:00-2:30 pm

Big Gym

Toussaint

Small Gym

Hines

Abril  23

12:00-2:30 pm

Big Gym

Toussaint

Small Gym

Hines

Abril  24

12:00-2:30 pm

Big Gym

Toussaint

Small Gym

Hines

Abril  25

12:00-2:30 pm

Big Gym

Martilotta

Small Gym

Hines

Actividades de Primaria                                

  • Basketball         
  • Soccer
  • Hula Hoop
  • Capture-The-Flag
  • Sharks and Minnows
  • Board Games

Actividades de Secundaria                        

  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Soccer
  • Pickleball
  • Badminton



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John Wright – Rotary Student of the Month

John Wright is being recognized as the Rotary’s “Student of the Month” for April. Throughout John’s school years at Greenport, he has participated in NJROTC since Freshman year, and has expressed that he has “loved every moment of it”. He has played a part in virtually everything the program has had to offer, including very selective programs such as the National Society of Blackjacks, an honor society of JROTC cadets, and Leadership Academy, a two week training camp in Newport, Rhode Island on the basics of how to be a leader and to excel in not only JROTC, but in other ventures as well. In addition, John has been a strong member of Varsity Drill Teams, such as Unarmed and Armed Drill, Armed Exhibition, and other events, earning trophies in regional competitions across the northeast with his fellow cadets in Southold and Mattituck, as well as honorably being ranked as the highest ranking cadet in Greenport NJROTC as the Company Commander.

Among these astounding accomplishments, John devotes most of his time to community service, with over 250 hours accumulated since Freshman year, not only making memories with the community, but with friends that he’s met throughout the years. At Greenport, John continues to impress. He has been a writer for the school newspaper (The Greenport Quill) for the past 3 years, starting as a writer in his sophomore year, writing articles based on music reviews, to politics, and news relevant to Greenport. With this experience he became the President and Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper. John has been a member of Model United Nations since Sophomore year, and also served as Class Secretary his Junior Year, even being a spokesperson for our school during a meeting with Senator LaValle on gun control hosted in Mattituck High School. John is the President of the National Honor Society, and a member of the Spanish Honor Society.

Furthermore, he attended New York American Legion Boys State, a week long program in SUNY Morrisville, where he learned how our state government is run and organized, alongside the mentorship of a U.S. Marine. John is a 3 Year Varsity Spring Track Athlete, participating primarily in throwing events (discus and shotput) while also experimenting in long distance events. You could also catch John at our Porters Basketball games as he was cameraman for the living streaming of the games. Academically, he studies in AP classes, earning Academic Excellence awards in Global History 2 and AP US History, and currently sits as 10th in the class with a 90.6 GPA.

After receiving an Army ROTC Scholarship, John will be attending Clemson University located in South Carolina where he will be majoring in Computer Science, and upon graduating college he wishes to become an officer in the United States Army

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 A Day

The weight room will be closed today but will resume on Thursday.


Mrs Cabral will be out today.  Middle school chorus will be singing so be prepared!  7th period chorus please bring work to do. All NYSSMA lessons are cancelled for today also no Show Choir.


Mrs. Goodland’s period 3 and period 4 band lessons are cancelled for today.


There will be a joint National Honor Society & National Junior Honor Society meeting this Wednesday, April 17th at 8 am in the auditorium.  


The following seniors need to report to Mrs. Kollen for a superlative picture during advisory today:  

Jacob Kahn, Brandon Clark, Brittany Walker, Jaxan Swann, David Jenkins, Colin Rossetti,

Cem Harvey, Alex Ozolins, Max Cruz, Joey Wysocki,i Gary Primm Thank you!


Congratulations to Seniors Brittany Walker and Miguel Torres who have been chosen are the Greenport recipients of the Dellecave Award.  The criteria used in selecting a nominee is that they not only be an outstanding athlete but should also be a student of great character and integrity.


Will Brittany and Miguel please come to the Athletic Office.


Source: High School Annoucements

Monday, April 15, 2019 B Day

Mrs Cabral is out today so all scheduled NYSSMA lessons are cancelled.  


Mrs. Goodland is out today so all lessons are cancelled. Periods 4 and 8 band please bring work with you to do or a book to read. It will be a study hall.


Parent Teacher Conferences will take place this week on Wednesday evening from 6 pm to 8 pm and again on Thursday from 12 noon to 2:45 pm. Thursday will be an early dismissal for grades 7 to 12 at the end of 4th period.


Boces students, there will be classes for you there in the afternoon and the usual transportation will be available for you to and back form your afternoon classes.


ATTENTION JUNIORS!

College Board Review Classes at GHS continue this week!  

Tonight  7-8:30 p.m.,  Rm 210 SAT Critical Reading Review

Tomorrow 4/16, 7-8:30 p.m., Rm 209  SAT Math Review


Attention Juniors and Seniors….  Tickets for “Enchanted Evening”, this year’s Junior-Senior Prom set to take place on May 18th are now on sale.  Tickets will be $80 per person until May 3rd when they will increase to $100. See Ms. Douglass to reserve your tickets today, before you leave for break.



Source: High School Annoucements

Friday, April 12th, 2019 A Day

Parent Teacher Conferences will take place next week on Wednesday evening from 6 pm to 8 pm and again on Thursday from 12 noon to 2:45 pm. Thursday will be an early dismissal for grades 7 to 12 at the end of 4th period.


Boces students, there will be classes for you there in the afternoon and the usual transportation will be available for you to and back form your afternoon classes.


The JV Baseball team defeated Wyandanch 8-6 yesterday.  The Porters were led by Tommy Tsaveras who pitched a complete game with 8 strikeouts.  He also went 4-4 at the plate with 3 RBIs. Freshmen Danny Holmes contributed by scoring 4 runs while batting leadoff.


The team will face off against Shelter Island at home on Monday.

Great work guys!


There will be no band lessons today and Mrs. Goodlands’s 6th period band class will need to report to study hall in room 312 with Mrs. Baker.


Source: High School Annoucements

Thursday, April 11, 2019 B Day

ATTENTION SENIORS!!

The next few weeks are BIG WEEKS for scholarship applications due.  

Be sure to pick up applications in Guidance Office or download from website.  

WE HAVE AN EXTREMELY GENEROUS COMMUNITY!

ALL SENIORS SHOULD QUALIFY FOR A LEAST ONE SCHOLARSHIP!

SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AWARDED AT THE SENIOR BREAKFAST!


Mrs. Goodland wants you to know that ALL Band Lessons are cancelled today. Also periods 4 and 6 band,  please bring work to complete or a book to read for the periods will be a study hall today.


Attention Juniors and Seniors….  Tickets for “Enchanted Evening”, this year’s Junior-Senior Prom set to take place on May 18th are now on sale.  Tickets will be $80 per person until May 3rd when they will increase to $100. See Ms. Douglass to reserve your tickets today!



Source: High School Annoucements

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