Friday, April 22, 2016 B Day

There will be acappella practice at 10:55 today!

Good luck wishes go out to Valentina Acero and the Southold Robotoics team as they travel next week to competition in St Louis.

The school doctor will be here on Thursday, May 12 from 11 a.m. – noon for sports physicals.  If you’ve already signed up with Mrs. Dinizio, please make sure you show up.  Anyone who has not signed up but needs a physical for next year, please see Mrs. Dinizio, ASAP.

Dismissal today will be at the end of period 4 for all students in grades 7 to 12. 4th period lunch students who need to wait for transportation home at the end of fourth period are to report to the cafeteria and wait with the teachers who are on lunch duty that period. Thank you.

School will not be in session next week due to the spring recess. Classes resume on Monday, May 2nd.

Source: High School Annoucements

Thursday, April 21, 2016 A Day

Congratulations to the girls varsity track team for their 73-64 over League VIII opponent Port Jefferson.  The victory was sealed by a record setting performance of the 4 by 100 meter relay team of Kyla Smiley, Marie Mullen, Jillian Golden and Marina DeLuca (55.60sec) after Blayr Corrazzinni set a new school record of 10:07 in the 1500m race walk.  Emelys Villareal contributed to the win with victories in the 800 meter race and the 3000 meter race.  Way to go ladies!

“Attention Juniors… Please attend a meeting at 10:55 in room 318 on Friday, April 22nd to decide on prom favors and decorations.  Please See Ms. Douglass with questions or concerns.”

“Attention Juniors and Seniors… Our Black and Gold Prom is coming.  May 21st marks the date you won’t want to miss.  Tickets are now on sale for $75.  Get them early before they go up to $100 on May 9th.  See Ms. Douglass to reserve your spot today.”

SAT review classes  tonight for Critical Reading.

Parent teacher conferences will be held tonight starting at 6pm and tomorrow afternoon starting at noon. Sign up forms were returned in home room to those who turned then in. If you need a copy, please stop by the HS office.

My hat goes out to the boys track team on their performance against Port Jefferson yesterday. Even though we fell short, our boys put on a valiant performance exchanging the lead from event to event, and pushing them to their limits. The meet came down to the last event, and we were neck-and-neck until the end. I couldn’t be any more proud of our boys, as they left it all on the track; Receiving one of the biggest compliments that a team could receive, the acknowledgement from the opposing team’s coach saying, “you guys are an amazing team, and we had to give you everything we had to win.” So, keep your heads up boys, because we are not done yet.

Source: High School Annoucements

Greenport Garden selected as Finalist for the #SeedsOfChange Grant!

Seeds of Change Grant Program Logo


The Greenport School Garden has been selected as one of the 

Seeds of Change Grant’s Top 50 entries.

This means that 12 in 25 (48%) chance to win one of the following:

$20,000 Grants (two schools awarded)

$10,000 Grant (ten schools awarded)

The results will be announced on May 03, 2016.

See our winning entry here:


Day of Silence held on Friday, April 15th

The Day of Silence was Friday April 15th.  We had approx 123 students participate and take a vow of silence for the day.   Below is the announcement we read on Friday.

The GLSEN Day of Silence is a student-led national event that brings attention to anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools. Students take a vow of silence in an effort to encourage schools and classmates to address the problem of anti-LGBT behavior by illustrating the silencing effect of bullying and harassment on LGBT students and those perceived to be LGBT.

Today our deliberate silence echoes that silence, which is caused by anti-LGBT bullying, name-calling and harassment. We believe that ending the silence is the first step toward building awareness and making a commitment to address these injustices.

Think about the voices you ARE NOT hearing today

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Madison Hilton and Nicholas Wallace awarded 2016 Lifeguard Scholarship Award

The East End Seaport Museum is pleased to announce that two of Greenport’s High School students are the recipients of our 2016 Lifeguard Scholarship Award!
Madison Hilton (sophomore) and Nicholas Wallace (senior) were selected to receive the scholarships, which cover all training expenses for Lifeguard / CPR certification.
Given the applicants we were presented with, it was a tough choice. All applicants had to complete a standard application, as well as a personal essay.
There will be a public presentation during the EESM’s grand opening May 27th, 2016.
Thanks to GUFSD for helping to circulate the initial scholarship information. We had a great response from Greenport and are happy the recipients seem so well-suited for this opportunity. This is our first year offering this scholarship, and we hope to make it an annual award.

Greenport and Southold Rotary Clubs honor NJROTC

The Greenport, Southold, Mattituck NJROTC Unit was honored by the Greenport and Southold Rotary Clubs  on April 19th.The Rotary clubs donated a $1000 to The Rotary Foundation to honor the service the students perform in the community. In addition Major Grigonis was honored by the clubs with a Paul Harris Fellow for the work he does with the students.


Congratulations cadets and Major Grigonis!

Nickerson Institutes Captains’ Council

Captains CouncilAthletic Director Paula Nickerson has instituted a new program at GHS called Captains’ Council. Captain’s Council is a student leadership program developed to promote school pride, sportsmanship, integrity and mentoring through athletics.  The Council also provides for communication between student athletes and school administration. It is comprised of Greenport students who are captain of a varsity level sports team.  Congratulations to the following students who have been selected to be a part of this program:  Justin Bracken, Ryan Costello, Marina DeLuca, Mercedes Edwards, Toni Esposito, Stephanie King, Paige Pope, Bayron Rivas, Eduardo Sanchez, Jacob Skrezec, Kyla Smiley, Keegan Syron, Madison Tabor, Kathleen Tuthill, Emelys Villareal, Rosemary Volinski, Isabel Wachtel, Brendan Walker and Maleik Yoskovich.

GHS RYLA Attendees 2016


Pictured above are  the Greenport students who attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Award weekend, where they participated in leadership training. It was held at the 4H camp in Riverhead. Approximately, 300 student from schools from, Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island participated. The students were actively involved in team building activities and listened to 3 motivational speakers who spoke about the aspects of leadership. The weekend ended with a community luncheon and presentations by the students .RYLA is planned and ran by students. To learn more about RYLA please go to www.Ryladistrict7255,com

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