Third-quarter honor roll announced

The following Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School students were named to the honor roll for the third quarter: Skip to: 11th grade | 10th grade | Ninth grade | Eighth grade | Seventh grade 12th grade 7 honors: Mackenzie Ademek, Felicity Boncella, Joseph Perkins, Zachary Polus and Jenna Vincent. 6 honors: Brett Bala, Nicole Gallagher, Rebekah … Continue reading “Third-quarter honor roll announced”

National expert shares cybersafety tips

A national expert on child safety recently offered tips for Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School students and their families for staying safe online. Wendy Fical, program director for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, spoke to eighth-graders and their parents about using social media and the Internet safely and responsibly. Fical offered the following … Continue reading “National expert shares cybersafety tips”

District welcomes SRO Wright

Herkimer Central School District is pleased to welcome Officer Matt Wright of the Herkimer Police Department to serve in our schools as a School Resource Officer (SRO). SRO Wright has been with the Herkimer PD for 12 years and will be working with students at Herkimer Elementary School. He joins SRO Shauna Jones, who has … Continue reading “District welcomes SRO Wright”

Assembly gives students mindful reminders

Herkimer Elementary students gathered for a few moments of mindfulness during a recent assembly. Led by Mrs. Olds, the students heard an acrostic poem of mindful reminders created by Mr. Schoff’s class, and watched a skit written and produced by Mrs. Olds’ students that showed how mindfulness can help students pay attention during class. The … Continue reading “Assembly gives students mindful reminders”

Upcoming state tests to be shorter

Herkimer students in grades 3-8 taking the English Language Arts and Math exams this spring will see some changes to this year’s exams. Shorter test periods The test period is shorter; each test will take place over two days, as opposed to the three-day exams given previously. As long as students are working productively, they … Continue reading “Upcoming state tests to be shorter”

Board approves 2018-19 school calendar

The Herkimer Central School Board of Education approved the calendar for the 2018-19 school year at a recent meeting. The schedule is subject to change. Click here to download a printable version of the calendar. Sept. 5: Classes Begin Oct. 8: Columbus Day (no school) Oct. 19: Superintendent’s Conference Day (no school) Nov. 8: Shortened … Continue reading “Board approves 2018-19 school calendar”

District strengthens security procedures

With the recent tragic events in Parkland, Florida, Herkimer Central School District officials have been in contact with local law enforcement to review and strengthen security procedures. The district partnered with the Herkimer Police Department to place a full-time School Resource Officer (SRO) in the district beginning in August. SRO Shauna Jones works with administrators, … Continue reading “District strengthens security procedures”