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Rocky Point Union Free School District

Message to the Community

Dear RP Community,

COVID-19 has brought with it challenges never before seen in our lifetime. We have witnessed the health and emotional toll the virus has taken on this state. We have yet to see the full economic impact. Governor Cuomo has stated that without additional federal funding, state aid to education is at risk. That would be devastating for our district as well as districts across Long Island.

We are asking you to join us as we encourage and support our Long Island congressional delegation and Kirsten Gillibrand in their fight to secure additional federal funding for New York State.

On behalf of our school district, I am asking you to add your name to the FEDERAL ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED NOW petition to our federal elected officials. The link to the petition is below.

Together with community members all across Long Island, our voice will stand strong in helping our representatives in Washington successfully advocate for the federal funding critically needed for New York State.

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Thank you

Dr. Scott O’Brien

Superintendent

 

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Two Women Head the Class of 2020

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Rocky Point High School is proud to announce that seniors Hope Lantz-Gefroh and Molly Lambert have been named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2020. Hope’s diversified high school career includes president of the National Math Honor Society, member of the National Honor Society, a member of Compassion Without Borders, a math and science tutor, a regional team dancer and dance teacher and is employed at a formal wear boutique in Mount Sinai. Hope will join the freshman class at Texas Christian University where she will be on the pre-medical educational track.

Molly’s list of achievements is comprehensive and includes being a member of the National Honor Society, the New York State Mathematics Honor Society, The National English Honor Society and the Thespian Society. She was selected to represent the Rocky Point School District at the New York State School Music Association’s All-County and All-State conferences as a senior, took part in the high school’s Pocket Theater Productions for three years and has been a leading character in numerous high school musical productions and took on the responsibility of assistant director on the school’s most recent show “Fiddler on the Roof.” Molly intends to major in biology and minor in English at Colgate University in the fall.

“In addition to being at the top of their class, these two exceptional students are both well-rounded in their academics and interests,” Principal Mr. Jonathan Hart said. “Their ambitions and defined goals will lead them to greater achievements and we all look forward to hearing about their successes in the future.”

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