• Saying Goodbye to Mr. Scarnati

    by - Jun 8, 2017
    By MAYA MASHEB Social Studies teacher Mr. Scarnati has been working at Jericho High School for 17 years, and, sadly, this year will be his last. Both Jericho staff and students will miss him as he...
  • Women March with a Will

    by - Apr 26, 2017
    By MAYA MASHEB While many leaders such as Cecile Richards and Gloria Steinem along with celebrities such as Scarlett Johansson, Lena Dunham, Madonna, and Katy Perry were in attendance at the January Women’s March on Washington,...
  • Jericho Takes a Stand for National History Day

    by - Feb 28, 2017
    By MAYA MASHEB Students from the Social Science Research class at Jericho High School will be participating in National History Day this year, a competition in which students research a particular topic and share their findings...
  • Jericho Accepts a Green Challenge

    by - Nov 1, 2016
    By Maya Masheb, Devika Rajeev, Dia Shah, Hamza Malik, Nicole Huang, Hannah Philipose, Eric Peng, Miah Tasin, David Xu, Dhruba Potter, and Angie Li During the month of October, many Jericho students participate in the Project...
  • Testing Religion

    by - Oct 14, 2016
    By MAYA MASHEB The holy month of Ramadan overlapped with finals and Regents exams this year, and therefore posed a challenge for students to balance focusing on finals while fasting for nearly 17 hours a day. Many studies...
  • The Most Youthful Chef on the Bloch

    by - Mar 15, 2016
    By MAYA MASHEB Former “Teen Chopped” contestant and senior Tyler Bloch recently instructed a cooking class at the Williams-Sonoma store in the Walt Whitman Mall. Tyler’s love for cooking began about five years ago, when he...
  • A Summer of Chinese Language and Culture

    by - Nov 30, 2015
    By MAYA MASHEB This past summer, many Jericho students participated in the Chinese Flagship program. Students who participated received the opportunity to study Mandarin Chinese and culture in an engaging learning environment. The program was offered to...