• Denton Avenue Celebrates Heritage Week

    Students at the Herricks Public Schools’ Denton Avenue Elementary School explored the diversity of the community and world during Heritage Week, which they celebrated throughout the week of Jan. 28. Thanks to the contributions of parents, staff members and other guests, the building was converted into an assortment of multicultural workshops that featured all types of customs and activities.

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  • Sahith Vadada Advances in Coca Cola Scholars Program

    Herricks High School senior and Class of 2019 salutatorian Sahith Vadada has been recognized as a Regional Finalist in the nationwide Coca-Cola Scholars Program. He is among only 250 students to have achieved this honor out of more than 200,000 applicants and 1,800 Semifinalists. Reaching this level distinguishes Sahith as an extraordinary leader and scholar in Herricks and the community.

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  • Model United Nations Club Raises $4,330.00 for Children

    The Herricks High School Model United Nations club coordinated a District-wide fund raiser and raised $4,330.00 for children in need around the world. Students took Trick or Treat boxes around the district on Halloween and returned them to coordinators at each school.

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  • Eish Maheshwari Advances to Regeneron Finalist

    Herricks High School senior Eish Maheshwari has been recognized as a Regeneron Science Talent Search Finalist after being named a Scholar of the competition earlier in January. As a Finalist, he will travel to Washington, D.C., from March 7-13 to present his work and vie for monetary awards.

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  • Herricks Well-Represented at LISFA Chamber Festival

    A total of 12 Herricks music students shared their talents at the Long Island String Festival Association’s Nassau Chamber Festival, held on Jan. 6 at Hofstra University. This event was run by Herricks Middle School orchestra teacher Geoffrey Stone, who served as Festival Vice President.

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  • Eish Maheshwari Recognized as a Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholar

    Herricks High School senior Eish Maheshwari has been recognized as a Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholar, as announced today by the Society for Science and the Public. He was selected from a pool of 1,964 applications, which were received from 601 high schools in 48 states, two U.S. territories and eligible students living in seven other countries.

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