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Lesson in Media Literacy

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Jen Bambino’s and Kevin Breslin’s 12th-grade classes created a lesson about internet safety and how to spot bias and fake news that was presented to middle school students. The activity was designed to make both groups of students more media literate.

Mock Trial Magnificence

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The CPHS Mock Trial team earned a tremendous win in its match against Uniondale High School at the Nassau County Supreme Court. Lawyers Christopher Carillo, Gianna Marasco and Skylar Reed successfully defended their client with impressive cross and direct examinations. Witnesses were played by Ben Armstrong, Nicky Pascarella and Chloe Santos, each of whom demonstrated excellent portrayals and played crucial roles in the lawyers’ success. The team collectively displayed its vast knowledge of trial procedures and courtroom decorum.

Book Blind Dates

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During its recognition of Valentine’s Day and in an ongoing effort to continue reinforcing the importance of reading, CPHS library media specialists Lori Feit and Debbie Vosila have set aside books in a new “Blind Date With a Book” section. The books have been wrapped and feature a brief description on the cover; students are encouraged to pick a book from the section, and may unwrap their selection once it is checked out of the library. In an adjacent display, books that have been adapted to films have been set aside to provide students with additional choices of literature.
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