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The Links section of ParentSquare contains important information regarding the opening of the new school year

 

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FARMINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL IS A RULER SCHOOL

Social-Emotional Learning and Character Education / RULER

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ATTENTION SENIORS - College Application and Essay Bootcamp 2022

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Attention Class of 2022:

See attached documentation regarding transferring your school email.  If you have any questions or need assistance please email FHSsupport@farmingdaleschools.org.

  

Please return all overdue library books to the Library.  Thank you.

 

May and June Student of the Month - Congratulations to the following students.

                

POWER Time meets every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:20 to 3:20 pm in the Library.



Current News

SUMMER EXPLORERS

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The district’s Extended School Year program, which is housed each summer at Albany Avenue, has gotten off to a great start! With this year’s Explorer theme, students have maintained their learning goals with plenty of hands-on activities and individualized instruction. Learning about ocean and forest animals, practicing fruit smoothie math, paper bead-making for fine motor skills, and strengthening reading in small groups, are just some of the classroom happenings that students have been experiencing.

“Our ESY program would not be as successful without our dedicated team of teachers, aides, and support staff. The students are our priority, and we love to see their smiles each day!” Bonnie McClelland, principal of the Extended School Year program.

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FARMINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL GETS NEW PRINCIPAL

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Farmingdale School District is proud to announce the selection of Jed Herman for the position of principal of Farmingdale High School. The Farmingdale Board of Education officially appointed Mr. Herman on June 29, 2022.

“Farmingdale High School will continue to support students’ social-emotional learning,” said Jed Herman. “We want our graduates to be socially and emotionally healthy, have a clear concept of their own identity, and feel a sense of belonging in the community.”

Mr. Herman is a veteran educator with nearly 20 years of experience, most recently as the Assistant Principal of Farmingdale High School. He has served as Assistant Principal since 2017. Before coming to Farmingdale, he was the Chairperson for Special Education at Herricks High School in New Hyde Park, NY. Before becoming an administrator, he taught at Robert F. Kennedy High School in Flushing, NY, and Syosset High School for several years.

“Farmingdale understands and values that there are multiple pathways to future success,” said Jed Herman. “We want to give our graduates opportunities to pursue their passions, gain real-world experiences, and have exposure to a wide variety of motivating and inspiring learning experiences.”

Mr. Herman earned a Masters in Secondary Education from Adelphi University and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Binghampton University. He also has an Advanced Masters Certificate in School Leadership from Stony Brook University and is ABD for a Doctoral in Education from St. John’s University. He is married with three boys and resides in Wantagh, NY.

“Mr. Herman needs no introduction; he is sincere, reflective, intelligent, hardworking, and enthusiastic,” said Superintendent Paul Defendini. “Mr. Herman successfully navigated a multi-step interview process that included dozens of stakeholder groups. I invite you all to welcome Mr. Herman to his new role as Principal of Farmingdale High School as he leads us all into an exciting future together.”

Mr. Herman officially began his tenure on July 1, 2022. The search the find his replacement as Assitant Principal is currently underway.

FARMINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION CEREMONY

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A few highlights from Farmingdale High School's 2022 Graduation Ceremony. Congratulations, Dalers! Good luck next year in college, career, and the armed forces.

FHS Graduation 2022 Slideshow

 

SEAL OF CIVIC READINESS

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Two hundred and sixty-three Farmingdale High School seniors were awarded The NYS Seal of Civic Readiness during an assembly on Tuesday, June 14, attended by administrators, staff, and board of education members.

The mission of the New York State Education Department is “to raise the knowledge, skill, and opportunity of all people in New York.” In alignment with this mission, every public school seeks to graduate students prepared for college, career, and to be civic-ready.

Civic readiness is the ability to make a positive difference in the public life of our communities through the combination of civic knowledge, skills and actions, mindsets, and experiences.

Farmingdale School District was selected by New York State's Department of Education (NYSED) for the Civic Seal of Readiness Pilot Program. Only nine long island high schools were given this opportunity.

The NYS Seal of Civic Readiness recognizes students who have developed their understanding of civic responsibility and have been able to successfully apply the related knowledge and skills through coursework, clubs, extracurricular activities, or work. By reflecting upon their own learning and demonstrating how their civic involvement has impacted others and themselves, students are better equipped to build on these skills after graduation.

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SENIOR WALK

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Over 400 Farmingdale High School seniors—dressed in green and white graduation gowns—returned to their elementary schools for the district’s annual Senior Walk on Monday, June 13. The nostalgic procession occurred at all four schools—Albany Avenue, Northside, Saltzman East Memorial, and Woodward Parkway.

The Class of 2022 were all smiles as they paraded through their former schools, revisited the classrooms, and reconnected with their favorite teachers!

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