Joe McInnis Honored by LI Science Congress and Science Teachers Assoc of NY

Congratulations to Joe McInnis on his participation and recognition of his outstanding ability, interest,and motivation as attested by his presentation on Iridovirus-6 and Colony Collapse Disorder at the Long Island Science Congress Senior Division competition back on April 18, 2018.

Joe was among 1200 students from both Nassau and Suffolk Counties ranging from grades 10th -12th

The awards ceremony was held May 22nd at St. Anthony’s High School where Joe received the Long Island Science Congress Senior Division HIGHEST HONORS along with awards from both Science Teachers Association of NY State Suffolk Division and the Robert Nelson Memorial Award, which was only given to one 10th grader.

This is quite an honor and accomplishment!

 

 

Friday, May 18th, 2018 B Day

Attention, Little Shop of Horrors cast members, Mrs. Nitti would like to schedule a rehearsal for the Teeny Awards this Sunday at noon to 2. Please Stop by the HS office to let Mrs. Peterson know if you are available to come.


Reminder to all National Honor Society and Junior Honor Society members and inductees, there will be a rehearsal Monday, May 21st, during 9th period. The induction ceremony will be at 7pm on Tuesday, May 22nd.


Congratulations to the boys varsity track athletes who qualified for Suffolk County Division Championships. The following athletes will be competing at Hampton Bays High School next Tuesday and Thursday:

Kenny Latham in the 110m hurdles

Jorge Torrento in the 100m and 200m dash

Cristian Ardiano in the 400m race

Kristian Nikolov in the 400m hurdles

Mateo Arias in the 3200m and Steeplechase

Kevin Azama in the long jump and high jump

Meko Bell in the high jump

And in the qualifying 4x100m relay: Sean McCabe, Jorge Torrento, Kenny Latham and Dante Tramontana.

Congratulations and good luck!

Congratulations goes out to the following varsity girls track athletes who have qualified for the Suffolk County Championships, Division 3, to be held next Monday and Wednesday at Connetquot HS:


Congratulations goes out to the following varsity girls track athletes who have qualified for the Suffolk County Championships, Division 3, to be held next Monday and Wednesday at Connetquot HS:

Hayley Brigham, 400 Intermediate Hurdles, 2000 meter Steeple Chase

Katherine Jarvis, 400 Intermediate  Hurdles

Kat Kilcommons, 400 Intermediate Hurdles

Marie Mullen , 100 meter High Hurdles

Courtney Cocheo, Triple Jump

Blayr Corrazinni, 1500 meter Race Walk

Jessica Villareal, 1500 meter Race Walk

Emily Russell, High Jump, Shot put

Additionally, Marie, Courtney, Katherine and Emily will run in the 4 by 100 meter relay and

Hayley, Kat, Katherine and Marie will run in the 4 by 400 meter relay.


Source: High School Annoucements

Thursday, May 17th, 2018 A Day

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 tomorrow. Thank you in advance for your contribution.


Drama club students, Mrs. Nitti wants to announce auditions for BRING IT ON the Riverhead Faculty and Community Theatre’s summer Youth on Stage production for Tuesday June 12 @ 6 pm; Wednesday June 13th @ 6 pm and call backs on Friday 6/15 @ 6 pm. Open to all ages HS students. Pick up flier in HS office.



Source: High School Annoucements

Rosa Chapeton Named Rotary Student of the Month

Congratulations Rosa!  Rosa Chapeton is a member of several Greenport extracurricular activities including the French Honor Society, Cheerleading and Model UN. She is also currently volunteering with the pre- k classes. Rosa is also soon to be inducted into the National Honor Society. She will be attending Suffolk County Community College in the fall. Her plans are to acquire a degree in Childhood Education. Rosa hopes to one day become a teacher and be able to help others who struggle with English as a second Language.

 

Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 A Day

Attention Mrs. Burke’s 7th period creative writing class: please report to Mr. Sage in Room 217 today.

Attention all Middle School chorus members.  Please bring a book to read or work to do to in chorus today.  You will be seated in the auditorium with at least 2 empty seats on both sides of you, as well as, an empty row to the front and back of you.  Work QUIETLY through the period.

The cast of Little Shop of Horrors has been asked to perform Downtown at the Teeny Awards being held at Longwood High School on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018  at 3 pm. Mrs. Nitti will be scheduling a rehearsal or two to review the music and the dance.  Performing students will be guests of the East End Arts Council. Rehearsal dates and times and information on what time to report to Longwood will follow. Please stop by the HS office to confirm that you would be available to attend the award ceremony.

Attention:  Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors Are you interested in history? Are you interested in a paid internship for a non-profit organization? If so, please pick up an application for Southold Historical Society’s Bainbridge Memorial Internship.  Applications are available in the Guidance Office.



Source: High School Annoucements

Friday, May 11th, 2018 A Day

ATTENTION STUDENTS this is your LAST Chance to get into Ms. Douglass your guest permission slips in for the prom. You know who you are!!! Please turn in NOW, thank you.


AND again, when you drive to school students, please do not park in ANY numbered parking spot. They are assigned to faculty and staff.


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 8 am near the Stone Mansion immediately inside the gate.  So all Football players at all levels at 8 am on May 12th!


Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 8-6 win over Southold yesterday.  Tommy Tsaveras pitched 5 plus strong innings to keep the Porters in striking distance. Jonathan Rodriguez hit a huge 3 run home run in the 5th inning to put the Porters ahead. After losing the lead in the top of the sixth, Jordan Fonseca delivered with a monster 3 run homer in the bottom half of the inning to put the team ahead for good.  Alex Maysonet pitched 2 strong innings in relief for the win. Great way to end the season!!!


Source: High School Annoucements

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.

https://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/new-york/districts/greenport-union-free-school-district/greenport-high-school-13721

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!

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 83