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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,

Denise Connolly, Assistant Principal,

Mrs. Cheryl Cardaci, Secretary,

Mrs. Maryanne McCurry, Office Monitor,


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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 Celebrates Lunar New Year

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New Hyde Park Road School students are celebrating the Lunar New Year, Year of the Rabbit!

Date Added: 1/24/2023

New Hyde Park Road School Encourages Positive Behavior

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To promote positive behavior among the students, New Hyde Park Road School implements a Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS). As their mascot is the Mighty Mustangs, Road School students are trying to “stay on T.R.A.C.K.” (Try, Respect, Accountable, Cooperate and Kind).

Each week, one class from grades K-2 and grades 3-6 who displays T.R.A.C.K. behavior will earn a Mighty Mustang Award. Individually, students can earn Mighty Bucks for positive behavior. They are then able to cash in their prize bucks for experiences, toys or school supplies in the school store. Some of the experiences students can earn through their Mighty Bucks are extra recess, no homework and acting as principal for the day.

Fifth grade student Noel George was principal for the day on Dec. 2. As principal, Noel called for an outdoor recess day, visited classrooms, visited the holiday boutique to meet with PTA members, and helped supervise kindergarten and first grade lunch.

“His goal is to be a principal one day, so he was so excited for his day as principal at Road School,” Principal Kim LaRegina said.

Date Added: 1/6/2023

At Road School, we stay on TRACK


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