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  • January 28, 2021 Board of Education Meeting

    The January 28, 2021 Board of Education Meeting will be held in-person and via live stream. The meeting will take place in the Community Center Cafeteria at 7:30pm and will include a Claims Audit Committee presentation by Lisa Rutkoske, Assistant Superintendent for Business. Because of New York restrictions on gatherings, a maximum of 40 people will be able to attend in-person.

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  • Mr. Steven Pinto’s VIRTUAL presentation on “Taking Control During Uncontrollable Times"

    Mr. Steven Pinto’s VIRTUAL presentation on “Taking Control During Uncontrollable Times” *Tools for building resilience *Interventions in helping your children cope during difficult times *Building distress tolerance in yourself and your family *Three part process for taking control of your emotional state

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  • Herricks Schools Welcome New Director of Mathematics

    The Herricks Public Schools Board of Education and Administration appointed James Zervas as the new Director of Mathematics K-12 on Jan. 14. He joins the district with extensive experience as an administrator, most recently having served as Department Chairperson for Math, Business, Technology and Science in the East Rockaway School District.

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  • SORA (Overdrive) Now Available to Herricks Students

    The Herricks Library Media Specialists are excited to introduce a new digital reading platform to the district. SORA is a digital reading app (known as Overdrive in the public library) that your children can download to all of their devices giving them immediate access to fabulous audiobooks and e-books. SORA can even link to your child’s public library account so that searching for a book becomes seamless between both the school and public library system.

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  • Nine Herricks High School Seniors Named National Merit Semifinalists

    Herricks High School is proud to congratulate nine seniors that have been named National Merit Semifinalists in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Jane Chung, Jay Chung, Abhinav Goyal, Preethi Krishnamoorthy, Samuel Leung, Samantha S. Moy, Kyle Pinzon, Rhea D. Rasquinha and David D. Zhang are among approximately 16,000 semifinalists selected nationally from an estimated 1.6 million who entered the academic competition upon taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test as juniors.

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