Thursday, May 18th, 2017 B Day

Mrs. Jiminez in the cafeteria wants me to let you know that you will no longer be allowed to charge your lunch and that if you have one, you must pay your balance.


Attention Juniors and Seniors….. Cookie Dough orders are now PAST due to your advisor.  Please see them with any questions or concerns.


ALSO,  there are also a few people that still need to turn in permission slips for their prom dates from other schools. You need to get this paperwork to Ms. Douglass TODAY.


A Cell phone was found in Mrs. Cabral’s room yesterday.  If you have lost your phone please see her.  


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385 Students Trained in Hands Only CPR!

The American Heart Association states about 400,000 people have heart attacks every year in the U.S. when they are not in the hospital, and only about 10 percent survive.  The NYS State Senate approved a bill in June 2014 mandating all high school students need to be trained in CPR and learn how to use an AED, the same bill was signed into law by Governor Cuomo in October 2014.

     “By teaching students these critically important skills, we are giving them the tools to literally save lives,” Cuomo said in a statement. “I am proud to sign this bill into law because it is a common-sense way to improve the education of young New Yorkers and ultimately create a healthier and safer New York for all.”

     Over 385 students in grades 7th through 12th were taught these easy to learn life saving techniques by the Southold Fire Department-American Heart Association Training Center.  The students were trained during their Physical Education Classes and the event was a huge success.  SFD Member and EMT Chris Manfredi along with Physical Educator Mrs. Andrea Manfredi both instructed the students with the help of Physical Educators Nick Fioretti and Cindy Sepenoski.  Special thanks to the Greenport Administration and Physical Education Department for allowing us to use their class times and for assisting us with the training.

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 A Day

Attention. Soccer playing girls in grades 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11.

If you are planning on playing girls soccer in the fall there will be a meeting today after school with Mr. Golden in room 322.  Please attend this important meeting. See Mr. Golden during the day if you have any conflicts or concerns.


Jr High Luncheon today during your lunch period. All Jr High teachers are invited.


Attention Juniors and Seniors….. Cookie Dough orders are due to your advisor today.  Please see them with any questions or concerns. There are also a few people that still need to turn in permission slips for their prom dates from other schools.  Please get this paperwork into Ms. Douglass ASAP


Congratulations to the middle school track and field team for their tremendous success against Easthampton on Monday.  Adan set a new team record in hurdles with a time of 9.7 seconds, and Courtney broke her previously set team record in the hurdles with a time of 10.5 seconds.  The following ladies also set a new team record in the 4 by 100 relay in less than one minute: Courtney, Marley, Victoria, and Kelly.  Liam Rue set a personal best in the mile with 5:36.   Looking forward to competing against Hampton Bays on Friday!



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Monday, May 15th, 2017 A Day

Congratulations to Angela Pagano who has been selected as Rotary student of the Month for May and to Katie Tuthill who has been selected as Rotary student of the Month for June. Both students will be honored at Rotary breakfast tomorrow morning. Katie, please turn your bios into Mrs. Peterson this morning, thank you.


Great job to the girls junior high softball team with their third win of the season and second straight against Southold on Friday. They played great as a team and won 19-12. Taylor Dinizio and Christina North both hit home runs. Saira Bachez started a triple play along with Taylor. Hayley Skrezec hit a double. A strong outing by Christina Tsaveras and Jules Conway as they pitched their team to the win.


Jr High Luncheon Wednesday 5-18 during your lunch period. All Jr High teachers are invited


Following up a 97 to 28 victory over Ross last week, the boys varsity track team had an outstanding weekend at the East End Invitational. The 10 athletes came away with eleven gold medals, one silver medal, and seven bronze medals. Gold medalists included Sean McCabe in the 4by100 relay, Jackson Rung-Wile in the freshman sophomore long jump and the 4by100 relay, Kenny Latham in the 110 hurdles and the 4by100, Jake Mazzaferro in the freshman sophomore discus and shotput, Max Pasko in the 100-meter dash and 4by100, and Christian Ardiano in the 400 meter dash and 200 meter dash in which he set a new personal best.  Congratulations Boys! – Coach Fioretti



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8th Grade Class Trip

The 8th graders enjoyed a funfilled and educational day last week visiting the Maritime Museum in Sayville, NY, a step back in history that is so similar to Greenport It has a shipyard, oyster picking, calming and shows living without modern conveniences.

.Then they went to Country Fair in Medford, NY with fun for all, spin cars, miniature golf, laser tag, batting cage, arcade, go kart riding and driving range.
 

Math League Competes in League Contest

Greenport Math League members Aidan Crowley, Matthew Blasko, and Anabelle Odell solve math and logic puzzles.  In addition to weekly club meetings, members of the club practiced for and participated in the 2016-2017 Mathematics League contest, competing with local, national, and international students at their grade level.

Tuesday, May 11, 2017 A Day

ATTENTION:  SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

THE BAINBRIDGE MEMORIAL INTERNSHIP IS A PAID INTERNSHIP AVAILABLE AT SOUTHOLD HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION & RECOMMENDATIONS IS 5/15/17.  PLEASE PICK UP AN APPLICATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!


Attention All Greenport Idol Acts:  Please check in with Mrs. Hopkins or Mr. Sage TODAY at the following times and locations:

5th period :   Mr. Sage will be in the cafeteria

6th period:  Mrs. Hopkins will be in the guidance office

2:45 pm :  Mrs. Hopkins will be in the guidance office

This is the schedule for both days.


AP Calculus exam is being given today.


At this time will all HS ESL students please report to the HS library. Thank you.



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Monday, May 8, 2017 B Day

Attention All Greenport Idol Acts:  Please check in with Mrs. Hopkins or Mr. Sage Monday or Tuesday at the following times and locations:

5th period :   Mr. Sage will be in the cafeteria

6th period:  Mrs. Hopkins will be in the guidance office

2:45 pm :  Mrs. Hopkins will be in the guidance office

This is the schedule for both days.


Congratulations to the middle school track and field team on an OUTSTANDING competition against Southampton.  All seventh graders set a personal bests!  Marley set a new team record in the long jump, and Courtney set THREE new team records in the 200, hurdles, and triple jump.  We are looking forward to competing at Westhampton tomorrow!


AP Biology exam is being given today. Tomorrow is the AP Calculus exam.


NYSELAT exams are being given today periods 1 to 3. At this time will all HS ESL students report to the HS library and will all JHS ESL students report to room 310.



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