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  • Herricks Fall Dateline 2019

    Bond Project Progress
    Phase III Brings More Improvements
    Herricks continues to forge ahead in the districtwide
    capital projects that comprise the 2016 bond referendum
    and 2019-20 budget for new and improved facilities.

    Flexible Seating Suits Each Student’s Learning Style
    As instruction and curriculum evolve in 21st-century classrooms, it comes
    naturally that physical components of the learning environment follow suit.
    Flexible seating is making its way through the district, with new, specially designed
    furniture in every building. A broad assortment of progressive chairs and desks
    fit the wide range of learning styles that are our Herricks success stories.

    National Merit Recognitions
    Herricks High School has again topped the charts with high numbers
    of National Merit semifinalists and commended students. Seniors have
    earned a total of 37 recognitions in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship

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  • Herricks Summer Dateline 2019

    Herricks High School GradsTake Memories and Lessons Into the Future
    Herricks High School’s Class of 2019 concluded a major chapter in their lives during the 60th annual commencement ceremony, held on the evening of June 27. This was Principal Joan Keegan’s first year leading the high school after many years as middle school principal.

    Valedictorian and Salutatorian Lead by Example
    Eish Maheshwari and Sahith Vadadaled the Class of 2019 with pride, holding the respective titles of valedictorian and salutatorian. The two recent graduates have excelled inside and outside of the classrooms and have bright futures ahead of them.

    Moving Up Without Limits
    Fifth and eighth graders stepped up to the next level during moving-up ceremonies that commemorated their growth and success.

    Rewarding Extraordinary Effort
    More than 100 awards or scholarships were provided to members of Herricks High School’s graduating class during a senior awards ceremony held in June.

    Points of Pride
    The spring season led into summer with numerous achievements earned in Herricks. Some of the many accomplishments are noted below – please visit or follow the Herricks Public Schools on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for regular updates!

    Numerous capital improvement projects are planned for the summer months, including the second phase of the bond referendum.

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  • Herricks Budget Dateline 2019

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  • Herricks Dateline 2019

    Various Styles, Similar Outcomes

    Differentiated instruction is a key component of
    the education program across the Herricks Public
    Schools, as it supports the various ways of learning
    that are found within each classroom. Teachers use
    varied strategies of differentiation, many of which
    have been standard practice in Herricks for years
    and are making their way into even more areas of
    curriculum and instruction.

    Green Initiatives Grow

    Herricks is ahead of the curve in
    environmental care, having taken numerous
    “green” steps. Throughout the district,
    efforts have been made to shift toward more
    environmentally friendly products as well as
    increase awareness of them.
    Districtwide, empty ink and toner
    cartridges are sent to specified locations to be
    recycled. This school year, the Food Services
    Department switched to purchasing corn
    starch sporks that are only 10 percent plastic,
    in place of entirely plastic utensils. Herricks
    is one of only two districts on Long Island
    that made the shift to biodegradable trays,
    and next school year, will be changing to
    paper straws from plastic.

    Ten National Merit Finalists

    Ten Herricks High School students have
    been recognized as National Merit finalists by
    the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
    Congratulations to Hannah Chu, Ankit Jain,
    Christina Kim, Simon Liu, Eish Maheshwari,
    Mariana Mohsen, Cayla Moy, Nicole Park,
    Uttsav Patel and Sahith Vadada, who are among
    approximately 15,000 students across the country
    to have achieved this feat.

    Leading the Way!

    Center Street, Denton Avenue and Searingtown
    Schools have all been recognized as Project Lead the
    Way Distinguished Schools. They are among only 214
    elementary schools across the country to receive this
    designation by offering at least two PLTW Launch
    modules at each grade level and having more than
    75 percent of the student body participate during
    the 2017-18 school year. PLTW is a STEM-based
    curriculum used in grades K-5 and middle school.

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  • Herricks Winter Dateline 2019

    Mental Health Is Key to a Well-Rounded Education

    As mental health awareness grows, the Herricks Public Schools have been enhancing the curriculum with extensive social-emotional learning and mindfulness programs. This past summer, the New York State Education Department passed a law requiring schools to provide a mental health component within their educational programs, and Herricks is ahead of the curve in this area.

    Capital Projects Update

    The district has come a long way with regard to the 2016 bond referendum for capital improvements, and students and staff members are enjoying new and improved facilities. As highlights, the cafeteria remodel, finished for the start of school and the track and field, completed last spring, were celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony during this year’s homecoming.

    75 Years of Outstanding Music

    The Herricks community came together to honor the 75th anniversary of the Herricks music department this past November, thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Herricks Public Schools and Music Boosters. More than 1,100 guests and upwards of 350 student-musicians filed into Herricks High School for an evening gala that featured outstanding performances by students in kindergarten through grade 12.

    Regeneron Finalist

    Herricks High School senior Eish Maheshwari has been recognized as a Regeneron Science Talent Search finalist after being named a Scholar in the competition earlier in January. 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 Fall Dateline 2018

    Progress of Bond Projects Brings IMPROVED Facilities
    The district has come a long  way with regard to the 2016 bond referendum for capital improvements, and students and staff members are enjoying new and improved facilities. As highlights, the cafeteria remodel was finished for the start of school and the track, field, bleachers and comfort station were celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony during this year’s homecoming.

    English Scholars Program - Cultivates Effective Writers and Creative Minds
    Many programs make the Herricks Public Schools unique in their broad array of learning opportunities, and the English Scholars Program is among them. Offered at both Herricks Middle School and Herricks High School, this course simultaneously builds students up as writers and provides an outlet through which they can express themselves, with their intrinsic passions being the primary driving force.

    Herricks HS Students Earn BIG ACHIEVEMENTS
    Herricks High School is proud to announce a total of 37 recognitions in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Congratulations to Hannah Chu, Ankit Jain, Christina Kim, Jonathan Klibansky, Simon Liu, Eish Maheshwari, Mariana Mohsen, Cayla Moy, Nicole Park, Uttsav Patel and Sahith Vadada for being named National Merit semifinalists, and to Commended Students Sanjana Ahmed, Christopher Chao, Justin Cheung, Michelle Dong, Julia Feldman, Aaron Kalani, Austin Kim, Joanna Lau, Melissa Lau, Davina Lee, Sunny Liu, Christopher Lo, Felisha Ma, William McCreery, Rushikesh Patel, Jason Podell, Soham Rawal, Ronit Shamtoob, Hita Soni, Andrew Tsai, Michelle Tse, Hanna Yen, Raffaella ZAustin Zhao, Iris Zheng and Jeff Zuo.

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  • Herricks Summer Dateline 2018

    Graduates Celebrate their Experiences in Herricks
    Valedictorian Esme Chen and Salutatorian Janet Hsu Lead
    Achievements and Effort Rewarded with Scholarships
    Moving Up With Confidence!
    Bond Update: Phase 2 Under Way


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  • High School Senior Awards 2018

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  • Herricks Dateline Budget Edition 2018

    Proposed Budget Supports Academic Excellence
    Priorities in Developing the 2018-19 Budget
    Expenditure Summary with Estimated Revenue
    Three-Part Budget Breakdown

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  • Herricks Dateline Spring 2018

    Language Immersion - From Fundamentals to Proficiency
    Capital Projects - Update
    New Elementary Report Cards
    Nation Merit Finalists


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  • Herricks Dateline Winter 2018

    STEAM Lab’s First Stages in the Books
    Principal Keegan Heads To The High School
    Facilities for the FutureA
    TV Studio Takes Students’ Skills to the Screen


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  • Herricks Dateline Fall 2017

    A Blue Ribbon School
    Leading the Way in STEAM
    31 National Merit Honorees

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  • Herricks Dateline Budget Edition 2017

    Herricks Dateline Budget Edition 2017

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  • Herricks Dateline Spring 2017

    Embracing Learning  STEAM

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  • Herricks Dateline Winter 2017

    Herricks Dateline Winter 2017

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  • Herricks Dateline Fall 2016

    Herricks Dateline Fall 2016
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  • Bond 2016 Newsletter

    Bond 2016 Newsletter
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  • Herricks Dateline Summer 2016

    Herricks Dateline Summer 2016
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  • Herricks Dateline Budget Edition 2016

    Herricks Dateline Budget Edition 2016
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