Thursday, November 17, 2016 A Day

Today is Senior portrait day. A schedule with assigned time slots is posted on the bulletin board across from the HS office for those of you who need to check on your time.


Attention all students in grades 9-12 looking for an overnight, winter adventure.  Now is the time to enroll in the Outing Club ski, water park, tubing trip set to take place January 28th-29th.  Deposits need to be made by next Tuesday.  Please see Ms. Douglass, Mrs. Agosta, or Mrs. Burke with questions or concerns.  Don’t miss this exciting trip!


The following colleges will be in guidance on Friday, November 18th:

At 11:30 am, Keiser University; located in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The most popular majors are Business, Health Field and Security and Protection

At 2 pm, SUNY Stony Brook; located in Stony Brook, New York.  The most popular majors are Health Professions, Biology and Psychology

If you would like to meet with these colleges; please get a pass from guidance.


Reminder to Seniors:  Pampered Chef fundraiser is in full force. Packets and money are due November 28th. If you did not receive a packet, please pick one up in guidance.


Music for call back auditions is available in the HS office for all interested in trying out for this year’s musical You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. All who auditioned last week are asked to attend. If you were not able to attend last week’s auditions, you can still come on Friday in the auditorium starting at 3 pm.


IF INNER TUBING RIDE , DOG SLEDDING, SNOWSHOEING, HAVING CHOCOLATE FONDUE

IN AN IGLOO, VISITING ICE HOTEL, SKIING, SKATING….AND MORE FUN IS FOR YOU

SEE Madame  Richards for the upcoming  trip to Quebec.  WINTER CARNIVAL.THERE’S STILL TIME TO SIGN UP.


Girls and boys winter track practice will start at 3:45 today.  Please meet coach on the track at that time.



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Wednesday, November 16, 2016 B Day

Mrs. Nitti and Mrs Haley, directors of the HS spring musical are proud to announce that this year’s selected show will be You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. This show will include featured and ensemble cast members. Come show off your favorite Peanuts character on Friday at callbacks. Anyone who did not have a chance to do a vocal evaluation/audition last week and wishes to do so, can come as well. Music for Friday will available in the HS office after lunch.  ALL those who auditioned last Thursday are asked to come to call backs on Friday starting at 3 pm in the auditorium.


Attention all students in grades 9-12 looking for an overnight, winter adventure.  Now is the time to enroll in the Outing Club ski, water park, tubing trip set to take place January 28th-29th.  Deposits need to be made by next Tuesday.  Please see Ms. Douglass, Mrs. Agosta, or Mrs. Burke with questions or concerns.  Don’t miss this exciting trip!


Congratulations to the newly elected National Honor Society officers:

Angie Pagano – President

Toni Esposito – Vice President

Maia Mazzaferro – Secretary

Jack Webster – Treasurer

We look forward to a great year of service, scholarship, leadership, and character!


The NHS and the NJHS are holding a Thanksgiving food drive from now until Monday, November 21st.  Please contribute by bringing in non-perishable food items (e.g. canned food, pasta, etc.) and depositing them in boxes found outside the offices and in the lobby.  For further information, please ask Mrs. Artukmac or Mrs.DaSilva.


Reminder to seniors going on the Senior Class Trip:  a payment is now due!!!  Please see Mrs. Kollen or Mrs. Hopkins with any questions or concerns.


Seniors, tomorrow is your Senior Portrait day. See Mrs. Kollen for any questions for concerns.



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Maia Mazzaferro Selected for NYSCAME All-County

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Congratulations to Maia Mazzaferro, a senior here at GHS, on her selection to perform in the NYSCAME All County Music Festival.  This is the 2nd year in a row that Maia has been chosen to join this prestigious group of singers selected from schools throughout Suffolk County.  She is the only student that has represented our school for the past 2 years.  She will have participated in 3 rehearsals leading up to the Concert held at Northport HS on November 18th.  Her talents and dedication to music have awarded her many wonderful opportunities over her career here at Greenport School.  She has attended many NYSSMA and SCMEA festivals throughout her schooling and is currently the leader of the Acappella Group, which she has been a member of since the 7th Grade.  We are all very proud of her musical accomplishments and wish her luck in her performance on the 18th!

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016 A Day

The next Student Council meeting is Wednesday, November 16 at 2:45 in the HS library. Important upcoming events will be discussed. All class officers for grades 9-12 are required to attend.  All other students are welcome.  See Mrs Richter with questions and conflicts.


There will be no open gym tonight.


The following colleges will be in guidance:

Today at 11:40 am, University of Massachusetts, Lowell Campus; which is located in Lowell, Massachusetts.  The most popular majors are Business/Marketing, Engineering and Computer/Information Processing.

Tomorrow at 11 am, University of Rhode Island; located in Kingston, Rhode Island.  The most popular majors are Health Professions, Business/Marketing and Communications.

If you would like to meet with these colleges, please get a pass from guidance.


Congratulations to Sam Strickland who is the November Rotary Student of the Month for November.



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Monday, November 14, 2016 B Day

The following colleges will be in guidance this week:

Tomorrow at 11:40 am, University of Massachusetts, Lowell Campus; which is located in Lowell, Massachusetts.  The most popular majors are Business/Marketing, Engineering and Computer/Information Processing.

Wednesday, November 16th at 11 am, University of Rhode Island; located in Kingston, Rhode Island.  The most popular majors are Health Professions, Business/Marketing and Communications.

If you would like to meet with these colleges, please get a pass from guidance.


Reminder to seniors going on the Senior Class Trip:  a payment is now due!!!  


There will be a meeting for all athletes interested in cheerleading during the winter season today at 3:15 pm in room 106. Please make every effort to attend.


There will be a National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society meeting Tuesday morning at 7:15 am.  Students should see Mrs. A and Mrs. DaSilva for more information.


The next Student Council meeting is Wednesday, November 16 at 2:45 in the HS library. Important upcoming events will be discussed. All class officers for grades 9-12 are required to attend.  All other students are welcome.  See Mrs Richter with questions and conflicts.


ATTN: 7th grade students who are helping with PROPS, Anabelle, Luca and Maryum for the elementary production of Annie Jr, we will be meeting today after school in the auditorium. Please see Mrs. Peterson if you have a conflict. Those interested in being the stage manager for the Elementary play, please see Mrs. Peterson or Ms. Sweeney.



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