GHS Chopped!

On May 3rd  8 High School students  participated in Chopped.

The team members were:
Freshmen:  Kelly Torres & Adan Sandre Torres
Sophomores:  Isabelle Higgins & Selena Cano
Juniors:  Noreida Toribio & Anna Coria
Seniors:  Janelle Phillips & Cinthia Gonzalez
Greenport Chopped is run true to the Food Network series with 3 rounds (appetizer, entree and dessert).  The mystery ingredients are in baskets for each timed round.  Spinach from our school garden, that had been frozen last fall, was Included in the appetizer baskets.
The students all did an outstanding job.  It was a close competition.  Although the teams were extremely creative with the basket ingredients, the sophomores, Isabelle and Selena, were able to take first place with their tasty dishes.
The judges for Chopped were:  Mr. Tsaveras, Mr. Case & Mr. Swain.  Tommy Tsaveras was the host.  GPO-TV members captured the creativity and excitement.

Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 B Day

Congratulations to the GPO TV crew on winning the following at the BASH awards last Friday.

Best Opening Segment – 3rd place – Zoe Medina

Best Anchor Team – 3rd place – Sam Mastrangelo & Shannon Colfer

Best Broadcast – 1st place    

Mr. Conti is truly honored to have been apart of all your achievements this year and wishes you all the best in all that you do!


Band lessons are cancelled today. JH Band be prepared for a study hall today. Bring a book or homework with you.


There will be no open gym this evening.


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.


AP Students, reminder that exams start tomorrow with AP Literature and Composition.


Today is Teacher Appreciation Day. Remember to thank your teachers for all they do of you.



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Friday, May 4th, 2018 A Day

May the 4th be with you!


Congratulations to Isabelle Higgins and Selena Cano who are Greenport’s new Chopped champions!   


Congratulations to the May Rotary Student of the Month, Rosa Chapeton


Attention to HS Band students, period 4 today will be a study hall, please bring a book to read or homework to complete. No cell phones or electronic devices.


Congratulation goes out to the girls’ varsity track team for their League VIII victory over host Babylon last night.  The Lady Clippers won 75-61 behind the efforts of Hayley Brigham who won two events; the 400 meter dash and the 400 meter Intermediate hurdles (school record time of 70.6 seconds), and four event winner Emily Russell, who won the high jump, shot put, 100 meter dash and anchored the winning 4 by 100 meter relay.  The Lady Clippers wrap up their dual meet season at Stony Brook next Tuesday, and then it’s on to the County Championships in two weeks.


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Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 A Day

Attention students participating in Chopped.  Please report to the Home Economics room at the beginning of 3rd period.


Good Luck to all of our NYSSMA students today!  Remember to be at Southold Elementary at least a half hour before your scheduled performance.  Dress your best and don’t forget your playing permit!


Mrs. Ladalia is in need of a few students to help the pre-K with a cooking project this Friday May 4th during 3rd period.  See Mrs. Ladalia ASAP if you can help.



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Robotics Team 870 attended the FIRST World Championship in Detroit, MI on April 25-27

Robotics Team 870 attended the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) World Championship in Detroit, Michigan on April 25-27.

 420 teams from around the world joined the competition in Detroit.
Team 870 was ranked 20th in the Archimedes division and went on to compete in the semi-finals.
Other pictures include the robot pit, with drive team members.
The team standing under Detroit’s monument to the labor movement called “Transcending”

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 B Day

Attention all NYSSMA students!  the NYSSMA Festival is tomorrow (Thursday) at Southold Elementary School.  Please make sure all transportation slips are handed in today! All Vocal Solos must stay after school TODAY for rehearsal until 4:30.  See Mrs. Cabral ASAP with any conflicts.


Attention Acappella Group!  Rehearsal is after school today.  You must have your parts memorized to God Bless America, The National Anthem, and Misbehavin’!    See Mrs. Cabral ASAP with any conflicts.


Mrs. Ladalia is in need of a few students to help the pre-K with a cooking project this Friday May 4th during 3rd period.  See Mrs. Ladalia ASAP if you can help.


Don’t forget that the boys and girls’ varsity track team is having a fundraiser on Wednesday, May 2nd at Lucharitos from 1 pm to 8 pm. $15 for each ticket. Call ahead takeout will be available at Aquebogue location. Please purchase tickets from any track athlete or Mr. Fioretti.


Attention Juniors and Seniors….  You are running out of time to get you tickets to Moonlight Over Paris, this year’s Junior- Senior Prom set to take place on May 12th at Spring Lake Golf Course in Middle Island. Please see Ms. Douglass to reserve your spot today!


Attention 7th and 8th grades students who are not taking the NYS Math test, tomorrow morning will be the 2nd day of testing. You are to bring a book, newspaper, magazine to read or a crossword puzzle to do while you are in the auditorium. No electronic devices or cell phones are allowed.


Attention all student going on today’s NY Broadway trip, please report to the auditorium at the start of 2nd period. DO NOT BE LATE!



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Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 A Day

Attention form Mrs. Artukmac, Math league will be cancelled this week. See you next week.


Attention Acappella Group!  Rehearsal is after school tomorrow (Wednesday).  You must have your parts memorized to God Bless America, The National Anthem, and Misbehavin’!    See Mrs. Cabral ASAP with any conflicts.


The boys and girls’ varsity track team is having a fundraiser on Wednesday, May 2nd at Lucharitos from 1 pm to 8 pm. $15 for each ticket. Call ahead takeout will be available at Aquebogue location. Please purchase tickets from any track athlete or Mr. Fioretti.


Attention Juniors and Seniors….  You are running out of time to get you tickets to Moonlight Over Paris, this year’s Junior- Senior Prom set to take place on May 12th at Spring Lake Golf Course in Middle Island. Please see Ms. Douglass to reserve your spot today!


At this time will the 7th grade students taking the NYS MAth exam please report to to room 303. ANd, will the 8th grade students taking the NYS Math exam please report to room 210.  All other 7th and 8th grade students are to report to the auditorium.



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Monday, April 30th, 2018 B Day

The boys and girls’ varsity track team is having a fundraiser on Wednesday, May 2nd at Lucharitos from 1 pm to 8 pm. $15 for each ticket. Call ahead takeout will be available at Aquebogue location. Please purchase tickets from any track athlete or Mr. Fioretti.


Congratulations from Mrs. Lisa Lee from the LI Blood Center on the great job done Friday, April 20th! We collected 34 donations! Remember 1 donation helps 3 patients.  This was a wonderful contribution to your community.


Congratulations goes out to  the girls track team for their outstanding performances at the Westhampton Beach Invitational this past Saturday. Three school records were broken at the 50+ team competition;

Hayley Brigham 9th overall in the Open 400 meter Intermediate Hurdles with a time of 72.66 secs.

Emily Russell 5th Novice Division Shot put and 1st Overall in Novice High Jump  with a leap of 4ft. 10 inches

Blayr Corazzini with a record time of 8 min 44 sec. in the 1500m Race Walk

Kat Kilcommons, 2nd overall in the Novice 100 meter High Hurdles


There will be no JR high school track practice today.


Mrs. Schade & Mr. Gammon, advisors of the Southold Robotics Team 870,  would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the team on their accomplishments this past week at the World Championships in Detroit.  The Southold Robotics Team RICE 870 finished the competition as Archimedes Division Semi-Finalists. From the 13-hour bus ride to the ups and downs of competition, and everything in between, it was an experience filled with great memories that won’t soon be forgotten!

We want to thank this team for an incredible season. Our members include:

Drive team members:

Drew Wolf

Jackson Rung-Wile

Statistician extraordinaire: Kai Kaufman

Other key members include: Jake Mazzaferro, Thomas Haley, Aidan Crowley, Shane Costello, Xavier Kahn, Jacob Kahn & Jill Golden

Our success this year certainly proves that persistence combined with a great deal of hard work pays off!

Go Team RICE!



Source: High School Annoucements

Friday, April 27th, 2018 A Day

Reminder to students driving your cars to school, you are to park in the un-numbered spots in east parking lot ONLY. Please do not park in numbered spots, or by the guard rail visitor parking in the west side parking lot.


Chopped will take place in the Home Economics Room on May 3rd.during periods 3-6. A team of sophomores is needed.  We need a team of 2 sophomore students plus an alternate. Students that would like to participate please see Mrs. Ladalia ASAP.


Attention Students in grades 9 – 12: The semi-formal dance scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.  If you bought a presale ticket bring it back to Mrs. Richter and your money will be refunded. Questions?  See Mrs. Richter.


Congratulations goes out to the girls varsity track team for their 87-42 win over League VIII opponent McCann-Mercy.  Our girl’s were lead by junior Emily Russell, who won the high jump with a leap of 4 ft. 8 inches and a school record toss of 29ft. 6 inches in the shot put.   The girls will compete next this Saturday at the Westhampton Invitational.


Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball team on their 3-2 win over Port Jeff yesterday. Tommy Tsaveras pitched a complete game and struck out 4 batters. Jordon Fonseca led off with a big hit in extra innings and would score on a Sean Sepenoski walk off single to secure the win Great all around team effort.


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