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Rocky Point Union Free School District

Sign Up For Project Presence Parent & Caregiver Workshops!!!

Learn how to connect with your child on a social, emotional level and learn strategies to reduce anxiety and build resilience after a difficult year. Workshops are tailored by building/grade level! Click the links below to find out more information. Registration information is also included below.

Project Presence Flyers 

Folletos de Presencia de Proyectos en Espanol

FJC: 11/1/2021; JAE: 11/10/2021; MS: 11/3/2021; and HS: 11/4/2021

Topic: Community Workshop: Learning Loss, Resilience, and Mental Health

Description: This workshop will provide psychoeducation regarding the effects of trauma and adverse events on child development while offering experiential practices to support community recovery. Additionally, this program will address common emotional health-related challenges that may be present for the school-community surrounding returning to full time in-person learning. Parents and caregivers will learn about person-centered approaches and intrinsic motivational approaches to support the student-parent relationships as we continue to face uncertain times.

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FJC: 11/29/2021; JAE: 11/30/2021; MS: 12/1/2021; HS: 12/2/2021

Topic: Community Workshop: Student Stress, Screen Time, and the Mind-Body Connections

Description: This workshop explores the links between screen time and student stress as it relates to children’s social and emotional development. Parents and caregivers will explore the impact between the effects of prolonged and cumulative screen time use and student stress through an integrative and relational-based perspective. Also, this workshop will provide guardians with useful and meaningful ways to reduce screen time and stress through an integrative mental health approach while promoting meaningful parent-child and peer-to-peer socialization skills for this transitional time.

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Senior Named National Merit Commended Student

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The Rocky Point School District is pleased to announce that Rocky Point High School senior Max Marte has been named a Commended Student in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. Max, an outstanding student and three-season athlete in golf, basketball and baseball, is recognized for the exceptional academic promise demonstrated on his outstanding performance on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. He received a Letter of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Program. The school district congratulates Max on this exceptional achievement.

BMX Show Encourages Positive Choices at JAE

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Energy, action and encouragement for responsible choices were the name of the game when the Dialed Action Sports Team put on an outdoor show for Joseph A. Edgar Intermediate School. The educational choreographed school assembly wowed the students with BMX backflips, 360s, no handers and more while providing powerful messages about acceptance, antibullying, healthy lifestyles and seeking positive role models. They also discussed the importance of wearing safety equipment, especially a helmet, whenever on a bike or other recreational vehicles such as hovercrafts and scooters. The Rocky Point School District thanks the PTA for bringing this exciting event to JAE students to reinforce the goal of hard work and dedication to fulfill any dreams that they desire.

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Collaboration and Inspiration!

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Rocky Point High School students were met with colorful, creative messages on the school’s walkways this week. School social workers Ms. Toni Mangogna and Mrs. Jennifer Zaffino annually visit health classes during Mental Health Awareness Week to help make students aware of the various types of mental illness, who they can reach out to in the building and what to do if they or someone they know are struggling. This year, they came up with the idea to incorporate the art club, headed by art teacher Mr. Seth Meier, to encourage students to write inspirational messages on the walkway leading up to the front doors of the building. The students loved the idea and, chalk in hand, got right to work. “It was a great way to provide support to others who may need a lift,” Ms. Mangogna said.
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