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New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Union Free School District Schools | New Hyde Park Road School

New Hyde Park Road School

300 New Hyde Park Road
New Hyde Park, New York 11040

Phone: (516) 434-2370

 
Kim LaRegina, Principal, klaregina@nhp-gcp.org

Denise Connolly, Assistant Principal, dconnolly@nhp-gcp.org

Mrs. Cheryl Cardaci, Secretary, cccardaci@nhp-gcp.org

Mrs. Maryanne McCurry, Office Monitor, mmccurry@nhp-gcp.org

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Mission Statement

We, the New Hyde Park Road School Community, recognize that our children are unique individuals and deserve a nurturing environment to allow them to become all that they are capable of being. Our commitment is to look at each child as an individual and to realize that each has special gifts to offer. 

Our responsibility as educators is to set standards to enable our children to grow academically, socially and emotionally into productive, responsible and caring members of society.

 

 

 

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Students Accepted into Institute of Creative Problem Solving

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The district is proud to announce that New Hyde Park Road School sixth grader Avni Gupta and Manor Oaks School sixth grader Aarav Maini were accepted into the Institute of Creative Problem Solving for Gifted and Talented Students at SUNY Old Westbury. Gupta and Maini began classes in September 2022.

Through the program, the students will spend 60 hours in class and on related outside projects. They will learn about mathematical topics such as algebra, geometry and number theory, as well as other topics not included in the standard courses of study like problem-solving applied to probability, theory of finite differences and mass point geometry. Additionally, selected applications of mathematics taken from science and engineering are presented and discussed.

Each year, hundreds of students are nominated from across Long Island to attend ICPS for Gifted and Talented Students. Only 84 spots are available. Selection by the Institute implies that a student is among the top one-tenth of one percent of all students in mathematics on Long Island in his or her grade. Acceptance is based on three criteria: a rigorous entrance exam, a recommendation from the student's math teacher and a school transcript or report card.

Date Added: 10/26/2022

Road School Kindergarteners Explore ClassLink and Seesaw

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New Hyde Park Road School kindergarteners in Kathy Maricevic’s class were visited by the district’s Technology Integration Specialist Jeanine Laurino for a technology demonstration on Oct. 18.

Laurino provides push-in lessons on the district’s tech to any teacher who is interested. She also runs professional development on technology for the teaching staff. This school year, the New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Union Free School District introduced ClassLink, a new single sign-on for students and staff to access digital curriculum and applications. NHP-GCP has a 1:1 Chromebook program.

During her push-in lesson to the kindergarteners at Road School, Laurino taught them how to sign-on to ClassLink to access Seesaw. Through the online platform, the students created digital pumpkin art. Laurino demonstrated how to use the various design tools, such as the eraser and marker.

Laurino will be meeting with the kindergarten classes at Road School weekly to continue to teach them ClassLink and using Star Fall and other apps within that platform.

Date Added: 10/25/2022

Ribbon Cutting at Road School’s Inclusive Playground

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The district hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of New Hyde Park Road School’s new inclusive playground on Oct. 17.

The playground, which is in the school’s colors of maroon and gold, was built to allow children of all ages and abilities to play together. It is wheelchair accessible; surrounded by soft grass turf; and promotes physical, cognitive, sensory and social skills.

“Inclusive playgrounds provide a platform for social equity and allow entire families of all ages to enjoy time together,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jennifer Morrison-Raptis said. “Road School is an incredible school that supports inclusivity and belonging. All New Hyde Park-Garden City Park families are welcome to play here.”

Once the ribbon was cut, the students in attendance excitedly explored their new playground.



Date Added: 10/19/2022

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