Mrs. Baker’s Ecological Studies Students

Students act as lab detectives by dissection owl pellets will understand that within ecosystems, complex interactions exist between organisms and the physical environment. Dissection Owl pellets offer an excellent opportunity for students to engage in hands on activity while learning about ecosystems and interactions and the feeding habits of owls.

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Thursday, May 12th, 2016 A Day

There will be an Acapella Festival held at Mitchell Park this Saturday at 2 pm!  Come down and support Greenport’s Acappella Group as they take their turn on stage among other high school ensembles from Long Island.  The festival will feature 2 college Acappella Groups from Hofstra & Princeton!  Come down to Mitchell Park on Saturday @ 2 pm!  The rain date is Sunday at the same time.    

Attention Seniors:  Mrs. Hopkins’ apologizes but the cookie dough fundraising packets are due Monday, May 16th, not the 20th.  Please hand in your packets with payment no later than Monday, May 16th.

AP Exams continue this week. This  morning will be  AP World History, and tomorrow morning will be AP Micro-economics. Please report to St. Agnes School on the appropriate day if you are taking these exams.

Attention to all students, as of June 1st, you will not be able to charge your lunch in the cafeteria. Please be prepared to pay for your lunch.

Congratulations to the girls junior high softball team on their win against Southold yesterday.


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Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 B Day

AP Exams will take place this week. This  morning will be AP Language and Competition, tomorrow will be AP World History, and Friday morning will be AP Micro-economics.

A representative from the US Navy will be in guidance on today at 7:50 am.  If you would like to meet with this representative, please get a pass from guidance.

Mrs. Cabral’s 3rd period lessons are cancelled for today. Acapella practice WILL be held today from 3-4:30.  

Congratulations to the middle school Track and Field Team on a tough competition at Easthampton yesterday.  Some highlight performances from Greenport include:  Drew Wolf battling with Jackson Rung-Wile in the 800 and edged him out taking first place and setting a new team & personal best of 2:31.3; Jessica Villareal set TWO new team records and personal bests: 15:05 in the 3000 and 29 feet 9.5 inches in the triple jump; Ella Mazzafero and Sophia Wachtel tied for first in the 55; Adan Sundre-Torres and Melody Silie earned personal bests in the hurdles, and Mythcel Aguilar, Demetrios Mantzopoulos, and Donovan Sanchez all earned personal bests in BOTH the shot put and discus.  Fantastic job team!


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2016 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Liam Lieblein and Rosemary Volinski

Greenport High School is pleased to announce that senior Liam Lieblein is the Valedictorian and Rosemary Volinksi is the Salutatorian for this year’s class of 2016.
Liam  is a Lieutenant Junior Grade achieving  title of Operations Officer with Greenport NJROTC, a NYS scholar athlete for soccer, a member of GHS stage crew and plans on attending our SUNY Binghampton.
Rosemary is the National Honor Society President, a NYS scholar athlete for soccer and softball as well as an All League soccer player. She is a member of  Greenport’s NJROTC program and plans on attending New Haven University.
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NYSSMA hosted at Greenport 5/5/16

Greenport musicians prepared 58 solos for NYSSMA, which was hosted by Greenport School on May 5. There were 21 “outstanding” ratings, and of those, 7 students earned a perfect score: Thereem Qamar,Christina Tsaveras, Liam Rue, Justin Lopez, Kevin Ventura Santos, Anabelle Odelle, Carla Fernandez.  Performing advanced solos, Kevin Azama earned an “A” and Melody Silie earned an “A+” with a perfect score of 100.

Many students performed more than one solo. Julio Coc Tomas performed solos on voice and flute. Justin Lopez performed on voice and trumpet. Melizza Mena Ochoa performed on voice and flute. Jordan Sosa sang and played French Horn.  His sister, Milder Sosa, sang and played flute. Vivianna Torres sang and played saxophone.  Christina Tsaveras sang and played trumpet.  Carla Fernandez not only did three solos, but she got an “outstanding” rating on all three, flute, violin and singing.
More than 30 students served as welcoming ambassadors, greeting guests, giving directions and offering encouragement.  Many parents and teachers spoke about how nice and helpful Greenport students were.
Overall NYSSMA was a very positive experience for all involved.

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 – A Day

AP Exams will take place this week. Tomorrow morning will be AP Language and Competition, Thursday morning will be AP World History, and Friday morning will be AP Micro-economics.

Attention to all students, as of June 1st, you will not be able to charge your lunch in the cafeteria. Please be prepared to pay for your lunch.

A representative from the US Navy will be in guidance on Wednesday, May 11th at 7:50 am.  If you would like to meet with this representative, please get a pass from guidance.

Acapella practice is both today (Tuesday) and tomorrow (Wednesday) from 3-4:30.  If you are involved with sports or Shakespeare you must make it to at least ONE rehearsal.  Everyone else must attend both practices.

Girls Varsity Track practice  will start at 3:45 today and end at 4:45.  Please bring your uniforms for pictures and practice gear.


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Monday, May 9th, 2016 B Day

“Attention Juniors and Seniors…. Prom is quickly approaching and ticket prices will be rising.  Get signed up with Ms. Douglass today.  The Black and Gold Masquerade is an event you will not want to miss.”Permission slips for guests who attend other schools are due no later than May 13th. You can get these from Ms. Douglass.

Attention seniors: cookie dough fundraiser is going on right now! If you would like to help offset your end of year expenses, please sell, sell, sell! Packets are due to Mrs. Hopkins or Mrs. Kollen by May 20th. If you need a packet please pick one up in the guidance office.

AP Exams will take place this week. Wednesday morning will be AP Language and Competition, Thursday morning will be AP World History, and Friday morning will be AP Microeconmics.

Congratulations to the girls 4 by 100 meter relay team of Klya Smiley, Marie Mullen, Jillian Golden and Marina DeLuce for setting another school record  with a time of 54.63sec at the Marv Goldberg Conference Relay Championships on Saturday.  The Sprint medley team of Hayley Brigham, Kyla Smiley, Marina DeLuca and Emelys Villareal also set a school record of 4min 46.8 secs., breaking the old record by 29 seconds. Overall, the girls placed in the top three places in14 0f 20 events, including 7 first place finishes.


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Friday, May 6, 2016 A Day

Faculty, don’t forget breakfast is being served in the elementary library in honor of teacher appreciation week.

Congratulations to all of the musicians who performed at NYSSMA yesterday.  A great big thank you to everyone who helped.  You were great and greatly appreciated.

“Attention Juniors and Seniors…. Prom is quickly approaching and ticket prices will be rising.  Get signed up with Ms. Douglass today.  The Black and Gold Masquerade is an event you will not want to miss.”Permission slips for guests who attend other schools are due no later than May 13th. You can get these from Ms. Douglass.

Attention seniors: cookie dough fundraiser is going on right now! If you would like to help offset your end of year expenses, please sell, sell, sell! Packets are due to Mrs. Hopkins or Mrs. Kollen by May 20th. If you need a packet please pick one up in the guidance office.

The PTA is holding a Mother’s Day plant sale in the lobby. Please stop by and see what they have. Moms always love receiving flowers, just saying.

Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms, grandmothers, and stand in moms. Enjoy your weekend.


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