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443 Ocean Avenue, East Rockaway, NY 11518
Phone: (516) 887-8300

 

 

 
Mr. Richard Schaffer mail icon
Principal
Mrs. Doreen Johnson (ext. 423)
 
 Mr. Bradley Krauz mail icon
Assistant Principal (Grades 10-12)
Chairperson, Science
Mrs. Jen McKeon (ext. 437)
Ms. TJ  Terranova mail icon
Assistant Principal (Grades 7-9)
Chairperson, LOTE & ENL
Mrs. Doris Muscat (ext. 471)
   
Mr. Andrew Rosenberg mail icon
Director of Guidance
Ms. Theresa Daube (ext. 452)

Mr. David Barth mail icon
Director of Athletics
Mrs. Arianne Millar (ext. 472)
                                                                  
Russel Pajer (ext. 458) mail icon
Dean of Students

 

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East Rockaway High School continues its tradition of recognizing Students of the Month for excellence in the following categories: overall academic achievement; improvement in attendance, behavior, or academics; and overall effort. Congratulations to all of this month's winners!


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Seniors and Families of Seniors: Please reach out to Ms. Kinkaid or Ms. Falvo if you have any questions!


Family Newsletter - November 2018


Blood Drive - November 13th


Class of 2019 - Cap & Gown Measurement Day


MAKERSPACE in the LIBRARY


Parent-Teacher Conferences Letter


Senior Banquet


PTA Membership Flyer

PTA Slide Order Form


PSAT Day Letter


WE ROCK Contest


Grab and Go Order Form (Spanish Version)


Non-Sanctioned Activity October 2018


National Bullying Prevention Month - Letter to Families 2018-2019


ERSD Emergency Planning - A Guide for Parents


Principal's Summer Mailing 2018

 

 

Students Get Active in Physics

AP Physics 1 students participated in a cooperative learning activity where they had to teach a Part II problem to the rest of the class. While students were not presenting, they followed along and asked questions about the problem.

In addition, AP Physics 1 students also used photogate timers to calculate the acceleration for a dynamics cart moving down a dynamics track. Students were given no instructions other than their task and had to work together to plan and execute their own experiment.

Meanwhile in Regents Physics, students dropped different objects from different heights to calculate and determine the acceleration due to gravity near the surface of the Earth. Students calculated the percent error between their value and the accepted value of 9.81 m/s2. Students also made the conclusion that mass does not influence the flight time for a projectile.

Staff Wears Orange for Unity Day

Staff Wears Orange for Unity Day photo
The staff at East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School wore orange on Unity Day to make a powerful and unified statement that we all stand united against bullying, and support messages of kindness, acceptance and inclusion.
 

Every Step You Take

Every Step You Take
Every Move You Make
Every Bond You Break
Junior-Senior High School 7-12 grade students worked on an activity called “Every Step You Take” for National Bullying Prevention Month. Students received orange footprints and were provided an opportunity to reflect on the steps they can take to create a world without bullying. Some examples included, "Tell an Adult,” “Comfort the Person Being Bullied,” “Be Kind,” “Be Empathetic,” and etc. These footprints are displayed on the walls around the building. This activity is designed to help students recognize that every step they take individually helps unite all students along the path for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.
 

Creating Review Sheets in Spanish 2

Junior-Senior High School ninth-grade students worked diligently in student led groups of their Spanish 2 class to create a review sheet or mock questions for their unit exam.

Reading Round Table

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Reading Round Table photo 3
Junior-Senior High School students of Ms. Castellano’s and Ms. Falvo's seventh-grade ELA class participated in a reading round table activity. Students worked in cooperative learning groups to analyze vignettes from Sandra Cisneros' “The House on Mango Street.” Every student was given a specific role for this reading activity, which helped each student process and ultimately discuss the same content from various perspectives.

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