Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019 B Day


There is a JH and HS interact meeting today during advisory. Please report to room 201 after the announcements.

Wednesday October 30 The High School Interact club is hosting their second annual Trunk or Treat. This is a free event for the students and gives them a fun and safe environment to trick or treat. We are in need of cars. If you have a car and are interested in decorating the trunk and having elementary students trick or treat out of your car please let Ms. Sweeney or Ms. Lillis know.

There will be a National Honor Society meeting this Friday, 10/25 during advisory. Please meet in the computer lab, room 306.
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Attention all Jr. High boys ~ anyone interested in playing Jr. High basketball should attend a meeting on Friday November 1 at 3:00 in the boy’s side of the big gym.  If you cannot make it for any reason, please see Coach Lou in the elementary office.

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New Date – December 5th! Multicultural Festival 6-8 PM

 

Dear Greenport Families, 

 

We are writing to share with you the exciting news of a very special night that is being planned for the Greenport School Community.  

 

The Multicultural Festival is an event that celebrates the many cultures, traditions, food, song, dance and people of Greenport. The event includes the entire Greenport Community and is intended to showcase the many cultures of the people here. We are looking for families to participate and sign-up for tables to represent their cultures. Please use the form below and return to the Elementary or High School Offices. This event is open to families in ALL grades!

                                New Date

When: Thursday December 5th 6:00-8:00 PM

Where: Greenport School Small Gymnasium

 

Sincerely,

 

Gary Kalish and Joseph Tsaveras

Secondary Principal and Elementary Principal

TABLE HEAD: Setting up a table representing one particular country/culture. Tables can include food, photographs, artifacts, flags, instruments and any other cultural decoration that shares the unique qualities of that country/culture. 

 

Name: _____________________________________________________________________

 

Email and Phone: ____________________________________________________________

 

Name of Country/Culture: ______________________________________________________

 

PERFORMANCE: If you and/or your children participate in some form of cultural dance, musical or singing group and would like to perform. 

 

Name: _____________________________________________________________________

 

Email and Phone: ____________________________________________________________

 

Type of Performance: _________________________________________________________

 

SET-UP/CLEAN-UP: If you and/or your children are able to help with setting-up or cleaning up after the event we would greatly appreciate the help.

 

Name: _____________________________________________________________________

 

Email and Phone: ___________________________________________________________

*Please contact the Elementary or High School Main Offices for more information.

 

Estimadas Familias de Greenport, 

 

Estamos escribiendo para compartir con ustedes la emocionante noticia de una noche muy especial que se está planeando para la Comunidad Escolar de Greenport.   

 

El Festival Multicultural es un evento que celebra varias culturas, tradiciones, comida, música y baile de la gente de Greenport. El evento incluye a toda la comunidad de Greenport y tiene el propósito de mostrar las muchas culturas de la gente de aquí. Estamos buscando familias para participar e inscribirse para una mesa que represente su cultura. Por favor use el siguiente formulario y devuélvalo a las oficinas de la Escuela Primaria o Secundaria. Este evento está abierto para Todas las familias en todos los grados! 

                                Nueva fecha

Cuándo: Jueves 5 de Deciembre 6:00-8:00 PM

Dónde: Gimnasio pequeño de la Escuela de Greenport

 

Sinceramente,

 

Gary Kalish  y Joseph Tsaveras

Director de Secundaria y Director de Primaria

ENCABEZAMIENTO DE MESA: Configuración de una mesa que represente en particular un país/cultura. Las mesa pueden incluir comida, fotografías, artefactos, banderas, instrumentos y cualquier otra decoración cultural que comparta las cualidades de es país/cultura

 

Nombre: _____________________________________________________________________

 

Correo electrónico y teléfono: ____________________________________________________________

 

Nombre del país: ______________________________________________________

 

ACTUACIÓN: Si usted y/o sus hijos participan en algún tipo de baile cultural, musical o grupo de canto y le gustaría actuar.

 

Nombre: _____________________________________________________________________

 

Correo eléctronico y teléfono: ____________________________________________________________

 

Tipo de actuación: _________________________________________________________

 

ARREGLAR/LIMPIEZA: Si usted y / o sus hijos pueden ayudar con el arreglo o limpieza después del evento le agradeceríamos mucho la ayuda.

 

Nombre: _____________________________________________________________________

 

Correo electrónico y teléfono: ___________________________________________________________

*Comuníquese con las oficinas de la escuela primaria o secundaria para obtener más información.

 

Emily Hughes Selected as Rotary Student of the Month for October

 Congratulations to Emily Hughes on being selected as the October Rotary Student of the month.  Emily is a 4 year student of our NJROTC program and currently the Greenport CO. She has been very involved with this program throughout her HS years as the Commander of the NJROTC Un-armed Exhibition Drill Team, member of the NJRTOC Academic Team and as a Drill Team member. She served 2 years as the Cadet for Basic Leadership Training, 4 years as a Military ballroom dancer, and a member of the National Society of Blackjacks. Emily’s success with academics and as an AP scholar has placed her towards the top of her class. She has placed on the High Honor Roll for all quarters possible. She rounds out her involvement here at Greenport as a member of the National Honor Society and the French National Honor Society.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 A Day

Attention to Mrs. Goodland’s students, JH band lessons are cancelled today.  There is no advisory band today. Period 3 students please report to the HS library for study hall.

The JH and HS Interact Club will have a meeting Wednesday October 23 during advisory in room 201. Please see Ms. Sweeney or Ms. Lillis if you are unable to attend. 

Attention all Jr. High boys ~ anyone interested in playing Jr. High basketball should attend a meeting on Friday November 1 at 3:00 in the boy’s side of the big gym.  If you cannot make it for any reason, please see Coach Lou in the elementary office.

The girls varsity volleyball team traveled to Port Jefferson last night  for a League VIII showdown of two teams fighting to make the County C class playoffs.  Our Lady Clippers dispatched the Royals in three straight sets (25 – 12, 25 – 11, 25 – 20) to earn a playoff berth. Liz Jernick had 6 aces, 15 assists; Jessica Mele had 13 kills, 14 digs;  and Courtney Cocheo had 10 kills, 9 digs to propel the team to it’s first playoff berth since 2015.


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Monday, October 21, 2019 B Day


At the end of announcements will advisory teachers who did not get the student ID/photo packets, please send 1 student to the HS office.

Student Council will meet Tuesday,  October 22nd during advisory in the HS library.  We will be finalizing blood drive plans. Please make every effort to attend 

The combined efforts of Southold/Greenport drama clubs have resulted in the upcoming presentation of Neil Simon’s FOOLS. The upcoming presentations will be this week Friday October 25th and Saturday, October 26th at 7 pm and Sunday October 27th at 2 pm.Tickets are $10 for general admission and $6 for students and seniors and will be available at the door.


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Friday, October 18th, 2019 A Day

Morning Announcements
Friday, October 18th, 2019

Attention ALL advisory teacher’s please send one student per class to the HS office to pick up students photos and ID cards.


The girls varsity volleyball team leveled their League VIII record at 5 wins and 5 losses with a four set victory over Shelter Island last night.  The Ladies were lead by Liz Jernick (8 aces, 18 assists), Jess Mele (4 aces 12 kills) and Courtney Cocheo (15 digs, 7 kills).

Congratulations to the JH girls field hockey team with their 4-3 win over Montauk.  Outstanding effort and team work by all!

Those are all the announcements. Today is an A day. Thank you and have a nice day.


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Joe McInnis Selected as September Rotary Student of the Month

Congratulations to Joe McInnis who was selected as the September Rotary Student of the month.  Joe McInnis is a senior who’s first in his class, has been class president every year since 8th grade, is the president and co-founder of the Greenport High School Historical Society, and is the president and layout designer of the Quill newspaper. He’s won first place in the New York State Science and Engineering Fair, highest honors at the Long Island Science Congress, 2nd place in the Brookhaven National Labs’ essay contest, and was the youngest speaker ever at the New York Histotechnological Society conference in Albany. He works with honey bees and has discovered an AIDS-like virus, Iridovirus-6, that could be causing the death of bees in Colony Collapse Disorder, and is publishing this project in a scientific journal. For work, he has interned at the Southold Historical Society and appraises the historical collection of a private collector in Greenport. He’s volunteered at the East End Seaport Museum, helping to take care of its 700-gallon fish task of local marine life, as well as at the Maritime Festival and Land and Sea gala, and attended the Glory Going Green program in Greenport for six years, and attended 10th grade RYLA. He played lead guitar in the Greenport High School Musical “School of Rock”, and likes to windsurf and mountain bike. Joe is looking at a lot of the Ivy League schools for college with his first choice being Dartmouth. He is also looking at Harvard and Yale as well as any NESCAC, or little ivy, schools including Middlebury, Williams, Colby, Tufts, and Hamilton. Having family in Boston, has prompted him to look at Boston College and Boston University. New York City interests him greatly as well ,so he’ll b applying to NYU and Columbia.

Thursday, Octboer 17th, 2019 B Day

Attention to Mrs. K’s advisory students, please report to the Gym for advisory. She will pick you up there when she gets in.

Senior High band please report to Mrs. Goodland at this time.

8th Grade has a class meeting this morning. Please report to the auditorium after announcements. 

Attention all DECA club members: The DECA dues deadline is overdue. Please see Mr. Holt or Ms. Hopkins with your dues or if you have any questions.

Come support the Girls Volleyballl teams in their Dezi Strong home match against Shelter Island on today.  Dezi Strong is a local Suffolk county foundation dedicated to providing positive experiences for local  individuals and their families battling cancer.  All proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to the foundation.


Attention Juniors…. Ms. Douglass will be available 9th period in room 318 to distribute class t-shirts.  Please bring your money if you have not already paid.  $10 for t-shirt. $15 if you got your name on the back.  If you would like to be part of the epic lip sync battle or would like to sign up for anymore Porter Day activities, come to Mr. Taylor’s room during advisory. LET’S GO JUNIORS!


Attention Students! Have you got an interest in marine biology or art? We have an exciting opportunity to communicate via a video call with local environmental artist Cindy Roe while she is on board with the Schmidt Ocean Institute scientists searching for cryptic whales. If you would like to participate in the classroom to ship video call, please sign up in the high school office.  Advisory teachers, please share information with your students via the link emailed to you.

https://schmidtocean.org/cruise/listening-for-cryptic-whales-species/




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