School buildings in the Glen Cove City School District were bustling with excitement and activity on Sept. 3, as students in grades K-12 headed back to school ready for a fun year of learning.
Arriving bright and early were Glen Cove High School students, who reconnected with friends before heading to the main lobby to find the location of their homerooms. Interim
Principal Roseann Cirnigliaro was on hand to lend support and said she was looking forward to the upcoming school year.
This summer, dedicated North Shore students and alumni participating in the LI Studies (LIS) Program under the direction of technology teacher Bruce Fichtman worked very hard to put the finishing touches on the TV and Recording Studio. This beautiful Victorian structure located at the front entrance of the North Shore High School campus will provide an exciting interdisciplinary experience in multimedia for students now and in the future. Fichtman said, “In class, we studied characteristics of Carpenter Gothic style Victorians, which have been passionately captured and replicated throughout the building by student builders over the last few years.” He added, “With a looming deadline of a September opening of the Victorian Studio, my students worked diligently this summer putting in eight-hour work days, five days a week. They took great pride in their work and their craftsmanship is quite evident in all the fine detail work that adorns the studio inside and out.”
Principal Dr. Marc Ferris and Assistant Principal Rachel Green welcomed the incoming sixth grade class of 2014-15 to North Shore Middle School on Aug. 27.
More than 250 students were greeted by the middle school administrators, faculty and staff and participated in an orientation, followed by a BBQ sponsored by the Middle School PTO.
The Glen Cove Girls Varsity Lady Knights basketball team won the summer league on Wednesday, Aug. 13.
Adriana Rubertone took the podium at the 2014 North Shore High School Commencement Ceremony while her peers, teachers, family and friends watched with joy and admiration.
“Remember the people at North Shore High School and the great teachers that have inspired you and made you who you are right now,” she told her peers. “We were blank slates coming into this school in ninth grade. Now, thanks to the support of the school, we’ve developed identities as a foundation for who we can become in the future.” She concluded by saying, “No matter, what our future holds, there will be opportunities for you to make a difference and ‘be the change you want to see in the world.’ Congratulations North Shore Class of 2014; let’s go forward with confidence and make our community proud.”
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