• Positive Messages Grow at Herricks Middle School

    Herricks Middle School celebrated Unity Day on Oct. 24, when students combined their positivity to create a unity tree filled with meaningful messages. Paper leaves prepared by art teachers were counted and distributed by Tova Umlauf’s class, and all students decorated them with themes of hope and anti-bullying.

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  • Herricks Students Win Prestigious Scholarship

    Recently, the Italian Embassy and Eduitalia, notified Grace and Rosie that they had won this scholarship. The grant includes accommodation in Italy at one of Eduitalia associated schools, Italian classes, didactic material, and extracurricular activities. Congratulazioni, Grace and Rosie! The World Language Department is extremely proud of your accomplishments.

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  • Herricks Celebrates 2019 Homecoming

    Herricks High School’s homecoming celebrations brought the district and community together on Oct. 25 on the updated athletic facilities. While this year’s game did not result in a Highlanders victory on the scoreboard, homecoming is always a winning set of events as Herricks pride and school spirit shine.

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  • Priya Shah Chosen as Winner of the 6th Annual Elevator Pitch Competition

    On Friday, October 25th, three sections of students from Herricks’ Virtual Enterprise class competed in the 6th Annual VE Business and Entrepreneurship Conference hosted by Long Island University (LIU). Priya Shah was announced the winner of the 6th Annual Elevator Pitch Competition; winning the appreciation of her peers, the competition of the day, and $1,000 for her company/class.

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  • October is Bully Prevention Month

    On October 23rd Searingtown School celebrated Unity Day, a day we united to "stand up against bullying." We celebrated Unity Day by wearing the national anti-bullying color, orange. In addition, all students attended an assembly with Mrs. Andres to learn about Unity Day and how Searingtown can "stand up against bullying.”

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  • Health and Safety Week at Center Street

    Center Street School held its annual Health and Safety Week from Oct. 7-11. Students took part in morning yoga sessions, mindful movement activities and a variety of presentations from guests based on the theme of wellness.

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  • Board Honors 25 Commended Students

    During the Herricks Public Schools’ regular board of education meeting on Oct. 10, the board recognized 25 seniors from Herricks High School who were designated as Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program. The students placed among the top 50,000 of more than 1.5 million students who entered the National Merit Scholarship competition by taking the 2018 Preliminary SAT.

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  • High School MUN Club Participates in the World Leadership Forum

    On Wednesday, September 25th, senior members of the High School Model United Nations Club attended the World Leadership Forum at the Harvard Club in Manhattan. Students were given the opportunity to listen to esteemed panel speakers which featured prominent economists, esteemed US ambassadors, and published authors.

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  • Twenty-five Herricks HS Students Earn National Merit Commendations

    Herricks High School is proud to congratulate 25 current seniors that have been identified as Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program. This academic competition was initiated in 1955 as a way to provide students with opportunities to receive recognition for their scholastic talents.

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