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  • CSIHS Students see Kinky Boots Broadway Show

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

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  • College Fair

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  • International Day

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  • Senior trip to Dave and Busters

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  • Arts Reception

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  • PSAT/SAT/ASVAB

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  • SPRING BREAK SCHOOL CLOSED

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  • PTA Meeting

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  • Mandatory AP Night

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  • Last day marking period 2

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CSIHS Attends the Spring Festival, Harumatsuri

On March 20, students of Japanese 3 and 4 participated in the annual Spring Festival, Harumatsuri, held at the United Nations International School in Manhattan organized by the Japanese Teachers Association of of the Northeast region. Our students grouped with others from the Tri-State area enrolled in a Japanese program and visited booths that presented different aspects of the Japanese culture such as the Tea Ceremony, folkloric dances, kimono dressing, martial arts, food, among many others. Senior students Klaudia Tabor, Elizabeth Gousseva, Brittany DeCicco and Faith Medina also volunteered to open a "Fish Scooping" booth, a traditional carnival game in Japan. which was one of the most visited booths of the event. 

The main afternoon event was the very competitive Japanese Speech Contest. Sophomore Vanessa Ton represented CSIHS for the first time. Out of a total of 15 participants, Vanessa occupied an outstanding fourth place. 

 

A Glimpse of Our School

Winter Music Concert 2017