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Glen Cove High School

School Hours:  7:30 a.m. – 2:06 p.m.

150 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove, NY
11542
(516) 801-7600

 

 

Welcome to Our School

December 2019

Dear Parents / Guardians:

The month of December is typically filled with excitement and anticipation; from our winter concert to the start of winter sports; students and faculty continue to be involved in activities that celebrate student talent and foster student achievement and success.  It is also the time of year in which students participate in various community service events such as our Holiday Gift and Food Drive.  All good things! 

As we quickly approach the midpoint of the second marking period, we want to encourage parents to take advantage of the opportunity to speak to your child’s teachers during Parent/Teacher Conferences on Thursday, December 5th, from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the high school.  If you haven’t done so already, please log on to teacherreacher.com to select an appointment time or you can call the school at 801-7610, during office hours from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.   Again, it is imperative that parents and guardians maintain open communication with their child’s teacher to enhance their opportunities for success. 

I also want to encourage parents to please “opt in” to our automated calling service.  An orange form entitled School Messenger Notice which is used for this purpose was mailed home with the December Newsletter.  In an effort to better communicate with parents, we would like to use School Messenger to conduct automated calls and emails to announce upcoming events at the high school.  In order for this to happen, families need to “opt in” for this service as indicated at the bottom of the School Messenger form mailed home and posted on this website. Please select Yes, the above numbers can be used to contact me for other purposes if you are interested in receiving information regarding upcoming school events. The purpose again is to have the ability to inform families about our concerts, shows, functions, and assembly programs. 

Speaking of upcoming high school events, we are hoping parents and community members come out to our Winter Festival of Performing Arts on Thursday, December 19th, starting at 6:30 p.m.  Come see our various music ensembles perform, including our Select Chorale who have been invited back to St. Patrick’s Cathedral for a special holiday performance on Friday, December 20th.   We are very proud of all our talented students. 

Finally, while we love the holiday season and all those good things that come with it, it is also the time of year we need to start thinking about inclement weather.  Please be sure to familiarize yourself with the enclosed information describing our “delayed opening” and “school closure” procedures.

As always, it is a real pleasure serving the Glen Cove Community as the High School Principal.  I want to take this opportunity to wish all of our Glen Cove families and community members a fantastic and joyful holiday season and a prosperous new year.  And don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @MrTonySantana.

Sincerely,
Antonio Santana
Allen Hudson III
Katie Prudente


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Current News

Senior Awarded Latino Leaders Scholarship

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Congratulations to Senior Natalie De La Rose who won the Latino Leaders Scholarship through St. John’s University College Advantage program.

De La Rose was awarded the scholarship based on her academic achievements and for demonstrating the organization’s mission which is “to cultivate and empower Latino students to become exemplary leaders in their schools and their communities.”

De La Rosa is currently taking Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics, which is a dual enrollment course through St. John’s.

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

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In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month Glen Cove High School students celebrated Hispanic Heritage by recognizing the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain and the Latin American Region. In addition, curriculum, project-based learning and discussions reflected the importance of the month. Special guest speaker Nelson Melgar, a graduate of Glen Cove High School, had the opportunity to discuss the roles and responsibilities that students of Glen Cove High School have through civic participation and Mr. Melgar acknowledged his Hispanic Heritage as an inspiration and motivation for his success.

The American Dream

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On Thursday, Oct. 24, Glen Cove High School’s United States History & Government students viewed a powerful documentary titled, Undocumented, and had a live Q&A session with the director Greg Blank. The documentary focused on Harold Fernandez’s journey to come to the United States of America. The film portrayed Mr. Fernanandez’s persistence, hard work and dedication to achieve his American dream. The documentary touches upon past and current immigration policies.

Math Honor Society Induction

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On Monday, October 21st, 2019, 24 Glen Cove High Students were inducted in the school’s chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, the Math Honor Society. This was Glen Cove High School’s third induction ceremony for the honor society, which is exclusively devoted to advance mathematics.

Mu Alpha Theta selects students who demonstrate excellence in mathematics, as well as overall academic achievement. Membership is based on scholarship, service, and character, which are qualities the inductees exemplify. Mrs. Liana Caesar-Quaye is the advisor for Mu Alpha Theta.

This year’s inductees were: Christie Annunziato, Graciana Bache, Anna Basil, Vincenzo Di Graci, Holly Farnan, Kenneth Gavino, Lindsay Gavino, Lily Hoffman, Michael Kang, Dana Levy, Teresa Melfi, David Milanese, Rehiya Naqvi, Tehreem Naqvi, Javier Rumipamba Castro, Doris Serrano, Kristen Sita, Grace Spoto, Evelyn Sullivan, Vanessa Vela, Gregory Villafane, Miranda Weiser, Tigist Willson, and Philip Wlodarczyk.

There are also 21 returning members from last year, including our officers: President Nicole Khaimov, Vice President Steven Bailey, Secretary Nicole Valensisi, and Treasurer Alan Gansky.
Friday, December 13, 2019