• Summer Camps!!

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 6/24/2020

    This is worth posting again! Take a look at FREE camp programs by clicking here!

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  • Summer College Workshops for Juniors and Seniors

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 6/18/2020

    RSVP HERE FOR SUMMER WEBINARS

    RSVP HERE FOR July 22nd Virtual College Fair

     

    6/25/20 @ 5:30PM -- Application Process for Student Athletes

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    7/7/20@ 4:00PM -- Going to College "Undecided"

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    7/14/20 @ 5:30PM -- Is a Degree in Business Right for You?

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    7/21/20 @ 5:30PM -- The Admissions Process/ Q & A for Juniors

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    7/28/20 @ 5:30PM -- Financing Your Education

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    8/4/20@ 5:30PM -- Going Out of State

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    8/11/20 @ 5:30PM -- College Essay Panel

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    8/20/20 @ 5:30PM -- Degrees for a Sustainable Future

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    8/25/20@ 5:30PM -- Love Computers? Let's Make a Career Out of It

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    9/2/20@ 5:30PM -- What are Pre-Professional Tracks (Pre-Law, Pre-Med...)

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

     

    9/22/20 @ 5:30PM  Opportunity Programs (HEOP & EOP)

    Zoom Link: Will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event

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  • Summer Opportunity!

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 6/11/2020


    IMPACT 2020: This engaging virtual program is designed for middle and high school students to connect with other young leaders from across the country, tackle an issue in their community, and make a local impact on global issues through project-based learning. Registration is still open, and financial aid is available. To learn more about IMPACT 2020, a partnership program from Close Up & National Network of Schools in Partnership, please check out this program overview or email me.

    ACLU Advocacy Institute: The ACLU is looking for a diverse group of high school students to take part in this week-long virtual program (July 19-24). Designed to bring the next generation of social advocates together to learn directly from ACLU staff and coalition partners, this program allows students to take a deeper look at some of the most important national and state-wide advocacy campaigns. Apply today or join our webinar this Friday, 6/12 at 4 PM EST to learn more!

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  • Meet the HHS Counseling Team

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 6/10/2020

    Enjoy the videos of our Counseling Team, made especially for our incoming Freshmen. 

     
     
     
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  • College Essay Workshop Recording

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 6/9/2020

    If our Juniors missed any of the College Essay Workshops, please view the link below by using the password. Great tips are shared!

    https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/6sdnF5v9xDNLU5Xs9Xvkav9wJ6imaaa82nQZ-vpezBxsPT-JL7AEvy6hkkeGf0Bp

    Password: 4G=0?884

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  • Talking to Your Children About Recent Events

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 6/9/2020

     The links below provide guidance for parents to open thoughtful and important conversations with their children regarding current events impacting our county.

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  • Support is HERE!

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 6/1/2020

    With the impact that COVID-19 has had on our Country, as well as the unrest that is currently gripping our nation, we need to be reminded that we are a community of hope and kindness.  In watching recent news reports, it is heartbreaking to see so much hurt and anger. One of the motto’s of the Pandemic is “we are in this together.”  Based upon this motto, to best support you in this time of uncertainty in our country, please know that staff in our PPS department are here to support you and discuss concerns you may have regarding the most recent events. Feel free at any time to make contact with your school counselor, our social workers, Ms. Gomez, Mrs. Pugliese, or with our school psychologists, Dr. Carpenter or Dr. Einberg.  Please know that we care about you and want to support you during this most challenging time.  Please continue to be kind, caring, and supportive of one other and continue to make wise choices as members of the Hewlett-Woodmere learning community.  

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  • Parent Workshop with Laura Campbell

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 5/27/2020

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  • Reminder about Silver Cord Adjustment

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 5/27/2020

    Due to the unexpected school closure, the Silver Cord Requirement for this school year has been waived. The requirement will include three years of service, rather than four year for a total of 90 hours.  For students in Grades 9-11, hours completed this year can be rolled over into next's year hours. 

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  • HHS Alumni Tutoring Support

    Posted by Mary Harrison on 5/27/2020

    The Hewlett-Woodmere community is truly a special place. A group of high-achieving alumni are volunteering to help students finish this school year with academic support in all courses. If you are interested in this FREE service, fill out the link below and a smart, competent, and kind college student (and HHS graduate) will contact you to arrange tutoring meetings. 

    Click here to sign up! 

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