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erhs imageEast Rockaway High School

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

 

 

 
Mr. Richard Schaffer mail icon
Principal
 
 Mr. Bradley Krauz mail icon
Assistant Principal (Grades 10-12)
Chairperson, Science
Ms. TJ  Terranova mail icon
Assistant Principal (Grades 7-9)
Chairperson, LOTE & ENL
   
Mr. Andrew Rosenberg mail icon
Director of Guidance

Mr. David Barth mail icon
Director of Athletics
                                                      
Mr. Peter Ceglio mail icon   Chairperson, Fine Arts
Mr. William Gibbons mail icon
  Chairperson, English & Social Studies
Mr. Nick Taylor mail icon
  Chairperson, Special Education
Mr. James Zervas mail icon   Chairperson, Math & Business

Russel Pajer mail icon
Dean of Students

 

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PTA Membership Flyer

PTA Slide Order Form


Family Newsletter - October 2018


PSAT Day Letter


WE ROCK Contest


Grab and Go Order Form


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


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Spirit Week

In preparation for Homecoming, the ERHS Student Council is sponsoring Spirit Week from October 15-19. Each day of the week will have a specific theme and students are encouraged to dress for the day according to those themes. Spirit Days include: 'Merica Monday, Tumble out of Bed Tuesday, Wacky Tacky Wednesday, TV Thursday and Black and Orange Friday.

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Testing Soil for Science Research

Testing Soil for Science Research photo
Over the summer, Science Research senior Scott Buzzolani participated in Hofstra University's Living with the Bay Program. Scott worked alongside his mentor, Dr. Emma Farmer, to collect samples of various grasses along Hempstead Turnpike. He then tested each sample to determine whether or not lead can be taken up by their grass roots, as it is believed that lead could have contaminated the soil around this area from storms and flooding, the paving of roads and gas pollution. The purpose of the experiment was to test whether we should be concerned about the possibility of lead poisoning through our meats. Scott presented his findings at Hofstra University on September 26, and further shared his information with his fellow science research classmates.

Science in Action

Students in Mr. Crowley's AP Environmental Science class completing a laboratory experiment that uses the Scientific Method.

 

Accelerating AP

AP Physics 1 students are studying acceleration by using slow-motion video to analyze an object rolling down an incline. Students will use the videos to keep track of the object's position and time for various inclines.

 

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