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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.

 

 

 

Current News

Road School Honors Earth Day Throughout April

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In honor of Earth Day, which fell during the spring break, New Hyde Park Road School is hosting a monthlong celebration.

Earth Month kicked off with a virtual assembly with meteorologist Nelson Vaz from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, on April 4. He spoke to students about the impact the weather has on the world and the different ways that weather can be predicted.

On April 11, ocean conservancy expert Jaclyn McGarry virtually presented to students. She explained why the ocean is important as it is home to many plants and animals, provides food and jobs for people around the world, and helps predict the weather. McGarry also discussed with students how the oceans need help due to climate change and marine debris. After learning new vocabulary words “biodegrade,” “corrode” and “photodegrade,” students were able to answer aloud how certain items – such as a potato chip bag or a banana peel – would biodegrade, corrode or photodegrade in the oceans. Students also learned about the items most commonly collected when volunteers clean up marine debris.

Additionally, students received an in-person presentation from Brad Slover, the general manager at Omni Recycling of Westbury on April 25.

Date Added: 5/9/2022

Road School Celebrates World Down Syndrome Day

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New Hyde Park Road School commemorated World Down Syndrome Day on March 21 by encouraging students to wear colorful or mismatched socks. The socks were meant to celebrate everyone’s unique differences. Additionally, each class decorated a sock with positive phrases related to inclusion and students created a presentation for their peers to watch.

Date Added: 4/18/2022

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