March2014

  • “Roomies” Book Review

    by - Mar 31, 2014
    By ALISON LIEBERMAN “Roomies” is a clever and enjoyable novel about two soon-to-be roommates entering their freshman year of college. Readers are able to follow the lives of two girls as they embark on this new chapter in their lives...
  • Snapchat: To Block or Not to Block?

    by - Mar 28, 2014
    By CHLOE CITRON The popular app Snapchat is a quick and simple way to share pictures or videos with friends without the picture being saved. Jericho High School students often use this popular application to interact with their peers...
  • Choreo Promo 2014

    by - Mar 27, 2014
    By RACHEL HOFFMAN and ALANNA LEVINE This year’s annual Choreo performance will take place April 3 and 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Tickets are $8 in advance, or $10 at the door. Hope...
  • Jericho Students Visit China

    by - Mar 26, 2014
    By LAUREN DOLOWICH For the first time this year, Jericho High School pioneered a student exchange program with a school in China. Jericho Chinese teacher Ms. April Song and World Languages Curriculum Associate Dr. Elaine Margarita co-founded and coordinated the program. ...
  • Jericho’s Diversity Day 2014

    by - Mar 25, 2014
    By ERICA LEVY On Tuesday February 11th, Jericho Middle and High School students celebrated Diversity Day, an annual celebration during which students and teachers learn about and celebrate each others’ cultures through various performances. Boasting a range of...
  • “My Beloved World” Review

    by - Mar 24, 2014
    By MIKAELA ADWAR United States Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor repeatedly amazes and inspires readers of her new memoir, which shares her remarkable journey to becoming the first Hispanic Justice. Sotomayor gives readers an intimate and honest look into her astonishing life...
  • “Frozen” Review

    by - Mar 19, 2014
    By MORGAN HAMERMAN Disney’s newest princess release, Frozen, takes place in the fictional kingdom of Arendelle where Elsa, one of the daughters of the King and Queen, has the magical ability to create snow and ice....
  • Jericho’s First Ever Lip Dub

    by - Mar 18, 2014
      Over 1,200 Jericho High School students and staff took to the halls to dance and cheer and show their school spirit on Friday, March 14, 2014. This Spirit Week event kicked off Battle of the...
  • Snow Day Decisions

    by - Mar 10, 2014
    By DREW COHEN The weather this winter has so far resulted in five school day cancellations. According to Mr. Henry Grishman, the superintendent of Jericho Schools, the district has a maximum of six days that can be used...
  • JPOV: Disaster in West Virginia

    by - Mar 7, 2014
    A JerEcho Point of View Editorial  By AMANDA DAMON Recently there was a catastrophic spillage of 7,500 gallons of a toxic coal cleaning chemical, crude MCHM, into the local West Virginian Elk River. There is much debate...