• NHL 2017-2018 Season Preview

    by - Oct 30, 2017
    By MATTHEW ROTHSTEIN The new NHL season is underway with the defending champions Pittsburgh Penguins looking to win an unprecedented third consecutive Stanley Cup title this June. Here are my predictions for this year.   Atlantic...
  • Flipping over the New Laptops

    by - Oct 26, 2017
    Contributors: JADE STOLER, CHARLOTTE LEIGH, EMILY LADDY, JULIA PENCHUK, LINDSAY LANDSBERG and RACHEL SCHREIBSTEIN Over the summer, Jericho High School’s Technology Department purchased brand new Dell Latitude 3198 laptops in order to enhance students’ learning experiences. Ms....
  • “Harvey” Cast and Crew Help with Hurricane Relief

    by - Oct 24, 2017
    By LARRY DING and JASON CHOI The damage caused in Houston by Hurricane Harvey is well known and even rivals Hurricane Sandy in terms of destruction. As with previous natural disasters, there has been a flood...
  • Girls Varsity Seniors Say Goodbye to Soccer

    by - Oct 23, 2017
    BY ARIEL NAKANANT The Jericho girls varsity soccer team put on an outstanding performance for their senior game under the lights at the Robbins Lane soccer field. Before the game, the underclassmen gave eloquent, heartfelt speeches...
  • Phone Frenzy Foiled

    by - Oct 20, 2017
    BY RACHEL SCHREIBSTEIN, KATIE MARGOLIS, AND MATTHEW ROTHSTEIN Many Jericho teachers have been implementing phone holders in their classrooms, requiring students to store their phones in a shoe rack for the duration of the class period....
  • JV Girls Soccer Squad Strives On

    by - Oct 18, 2017
    By RACHEL SCHREIBSTEIN and LAUREN STEINBERGER The Jericho High School JV girls soccer team continues to work hard with a smaller than usual squad of only 14. On Wednesday, October 4th, the team beat Great Neck...
  • Shedding the Lead

    by - Oct 17, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Cellulose Amigos is an initiative started by Jericho High School students passionate about solving water crises around the world and in our local community. The group—comprised of Shruthi Shekar, Caroline Chen, David Xu, Kristen...
  • “The Great Comet” Crashes in a Storm of Racial Controversy

    by - Oct 16, 2017
    By CHRISTINE BAE Broadway’s “Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812” closed following months of racial controversy due to public discontent with the changing of a lead role. After viewing the first performance of the...
  • Graduation 2017

    by - Oct 11, 2017
    Click the pictures below to view a gallery of the Class of 2017 commencement. Media not working? Click here....Read More
  • Prom 2017

    by - Oct 10, 2017
    By JerEcho Staff Click the gallery below to view the pictures of Prom 2017....Read More