• Denton Avenue School Emphasizes Health and Wellness

    Denton Avenue School celebrated a special Health and Wellness Week from Jan. 29 to Feb. 2. This event put the spotlight on the school’s efforts to work together with the Herricks community to improve the health and wellness of students and their families.

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  • HMS Supports Ronald McDonald House in New Hyde Park

    Thanks to all the parents, students and community members who supported our fundraising efforts to help provide relief to families who depend on the services of the Ronald McDonald House in the midst of their child’s medical crisis.

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  • Herricks Students Honored at Board of Ed. Meeting

    The Herricks Public Schools recognized numerous students’ achievements at the Feb. 1 Board of Education Meeting. The district has celebrated a variety of awards and honors this season, and two prominent accomplishments were acknowledged with certificates and public honors.

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  • Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Awardee

    Herricks High School junior Sahith Vadada represented his team at the Junior Science and Humanities competition to a panel of judges and earned a third place distinction in the category of Biology.

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  • Searingtown Jumps Rope for Heart

    On January 31,2018, students at Searingtown Elementary School in Albertson jumped all over heart disease and stroke by participating in Jump Rope for Heart. The students raised over $9.000 for the American Heart Association, which funds research, programs and education to fight heart disease and stroke.

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  • Herricks HS Designated a Reward School

    For the second consecutive year, Herricks High School has been designated a Reward School by the State Education Department based on high academic achievement. Of the 155 schools in the state earned this recognition, only 24 are located on Long Island.

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  • Denton Celebrates Health and Wellness Week

    This event put the spotlight on our efforts to work together with our community to improve the health and wellness of our students and their families. Dozens of staff members, parents and outside volunteers showed their support for this initiative by leading classes and workshops on exercise, fitness, nutrition, sports safety, first aide and social emotional wellness.

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  • Herricks Robotics Makes it to the Top

    The Herricks Highlandbots qualified for the U.S. CREATE Open National VEX Robotics Competition and Southern New York State VEX High School Championships when they excelled in the regional qualifier tournament, held at Lycee Francais de New York on Jan. 20. Hours of hard work in design, engineering, and programming finally paid off as the students earned the prestigious Excellence Award.

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  • Virtual Enterprise Goes Strong in Second Year

    Herrick High School’s two Virtual Enterprise firms joined more than fifty of their competitors to take part in the 8th Annual Long Island VE Business Plan Competition and Trade Show at Farmingdale State College on Jan. 9. The businesses, PACK'D and Home Plate, were both polished and professional projects that resulted from long hours, tremendous effort and dedication.

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  • Fantastique! Herricks Students Earn Top Awards in French Poetry Contest

    Herricks High School sophomores Kristen Aloysius and Carrie Hsu took first and second place, respectively, in level 3 of a French Poetry Competition coordinated by the American Association of Teachers of French’s Nassau County Chapter.

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