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  • Bond 2016 Update

    Herricks Public Schools are pleased to announce the progress of projects included in the bond referendum that was approved last school year. Phase 1, which involves work related to the high school track and field, as well as the installation of “smart locks” on all classroom doors throughout the district, is nearing completion and the district is preparing to enter the next stages.

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  • Herricks Heading to History Day Nationals

    The New York State History Day Competition was held in Cooperstown on Monday April 23. Herricks High School and Middle School continued their success streak with five projects advancing to the National Competition. This year, students were asked to focus their scholarly research on the topic of “Conflict and Compromise in History.” The students who represented Herricks at the state level produced a variety of projects that had already won at the regional level in March and thus earned the honor of moving forward. Each project that finished in either first or second place at the state competition will advance to the national competition, to be held in College Park, Maryland in June.

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  • Outstanding Violinists Honored at Herricks Board of Ed. Meeting

    At the Herricks Public Schools’ April 12 Board of Education Meeting, the Board and Administration formally recognized two high school students for their musical excellence

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  • Herricks Appoints Middle School Principal

    Herricks Public Schools appointed Brian McConaghy, an experienced administrator and educator, as the next Herricks Middle School principal during a Board of Education meeting held on April 12. He will assume the role currently held by Joan Keegan, who is preparing to take the reins at Herricks High School as of July 1.

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  • Herricks Appoints Two Elementary Principals

    Herricks Public Schools appointed two new principals at its March 22nd Board of Education meeting. Loren Borgese will take the leadership post at Denton Avenue School, while Diana DeGiorgio will do so at Searingtown School.

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  • Education in Herricks is a Community Effort

    The Herricks Public Schools and Community Fund Trustees gathered at the Inn at New Hyde Park for the Herricks Community Fund’s 22nd Annual Dinner Dance. The event raised money for school programs and special projects while celebrating those who go above and beyond in making education in Herricks the best it can be.

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  • Herricks High School Named a National Blue Ribbon School

    In an announcement that was officially presented by the United States Department of Education on Sept. 28, Herricks High School was named a National Blue Ribbon School for 2017. Herricks was recognized for academic excellence as a high-performing school – one of two possible grounds for selection. The other is the ability to close achievement gaps among student subgroups.

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  • Camp Invention Returns to Herricks

    Camp Invention takes summer fun and transforms it from ordinary to extraordinary! In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Searingtown Elementary School is pleased to offer the nationally acclaimed Camp Invention program to children entering grades 3-5. It’s an exciting, week long summer adventure with lessons that explore connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation.

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