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High School Students Engage in Summer of Research

High School Students Engage in Summer of Research photo
Several Rocky Point High School students had the chance to participate in cutting-edge science research this summer as part of Brookhaven National Laboratory's High School Research Program. 

Students were selected to participate in this competitive six-week summer program after completing an application and securing recommendations. They each spent the summer doing research under the direction of a mentor at the lab, and presented their work at a poster session held in mid-August. Funding for the program comes from the U.S. Department of Energy. 

The following students took part in this premier program: 

Allen Liu and Bryant Liu
Mentor: Shinjae Yoo
“Drug Effect Discovery on Brain Imaging Data”

Kyle Markland
Mentor: John Biemer
“Improving the Power Usage Effectiveness of BNL's Scientific Data and Computing Center”

Jade Pinkenburg
Mentor: Martin Purschke
“Evaluation of the Neutron and Antineutron Measurement Capabilities of the sPHENIX Colorimeter System”

Update on Capital Projects – August 18

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High School Schedules and Schedule Changes

August 2017

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Your child’s schedule for the 2017-2018 school year will be available on the eSchool parent portal after 3 PM on August 17th. On the first day of school, your child should report to first period as indicated on his/her schedule. A final copy of the schedule will be given to each student at this time.

Please note the grade level of your child. Students move to the next grade level based on the number of credits earned. If your child remained on the same grade level as last year, there is strong reason for concern. This does not necessarily mean that your child cannot graduate with his/her class. It simply means that he/she did not have enough credits to be “moved up” to the next grade level. The schedule of any student who attended summer school will be adjusted when the grades are received.

Due to increased enrollment and state mandated programs, there is very little flexibility for class changes. The only reason to meet with a counselor is to correct an error on the schedule (ie. wrong class, wrong level). Corrections will be made on a first-come, first-served basis as follows:

Monday, August 21st for 12th grade students (8:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.)
Tuesday, August 22nd for 11th grade students (8:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.)
Wednesday, August 23rd for 10th grade students (8:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.)
Thursday, August 24th for 9th grade students (Following 9th grade orientation)

Regarding Changes: Counselors are NOT permitted to make
TEACHER changes or LUNCH period changes.

I hope you enjoy the rest of the summer and I look forward to seeing your children in September.


Susann Crossan


Student schedules (6-12) and teacher placement (K-5) are now available on the eSchool Portal

Dear Parent/Guardian,

Important Note:  Please use Internet Explorer when accessing the portal

Student schedules (6-12) and teacher placement (K-5) are now available on the eSchool Portal. If you need support accessing the portal account, click here.  If you do not see your child's teacher name and/or schedule, please call the main office of your child's school the week of August 21, between the hours of 8:30 AM and 2:30 PM, Monday through Thursday.

Prior to viewing the schedule and/or teacher placement, you will be prompted to add, delete, confirm and/or update your Emergency Contacts on the eSchool Parent Portal.   Emergency Contacts must be verified on the eSchool Parent Portal each school year. 

When you log into the Parent Portal, you will be prompted to verify all contact information OR you can simply click on the "contact verification" button right below your child's photo on the left side of the screen. 

You must complete a form for each child. Be sure to click on each profile separately to ensure the emergency contacts are accurate.

Remember to use Internet Explorer when accessing the portal.

Thank you.

Rocky Point UFSD

Of Special Interest Summer Newsletter Now Available


Board of Education Meeting – Aug. 28 at 6 PM Call to Order; 7 PM Public Session Location TBD

Board of Education Meeting – Aug. 28 at 6 PM Call to Order; 7 PM Public Session Location TBD

Driver Education Registration--September 7, 2017

FALL 2017

Thursday, September 7, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM in the High School Main Office
Fee is $400.00 per student (CHECK OR MONEY ORDER, NO CASH, made payable to ROCKY POINT SCHOOLS)
Must bring a copy of Drivers Permit & registration form
Once the program begins, NO REFUND WILL BE ISSUED

For additional information, contact Lori Kuhn at 631-849-6168 or communityed@rockypoint,


2017-2018 Printed Calendar Now Available


Summer Newsletter


Summer 2017 Community Education Flyer

UPDATE 7/26/17


Jump Bunch- FJC Field
Coed Soccer- FJC Field



Congratulations Class of 2017 Graduates!

Congratulations Class of 2017 Graduates Photo

P/SAT Prep Classes - Fall 2017 Schedules and Information


Moving Up to Begin A New Chapter

Moving Up to Begin A New Chapter Pic

With the sun shining brightly, Rocky Point Middle School eighth-grade students marched past proud parents, friends and district administrators to take their prominent seats across the back lawn of the school and signal the start of this year’s moving-up ceremony.

During the event, many students were individually recognized as they were presented with departmental awards of recognition, state honors from the Comptroller’s and Attorney General’s office as well as certificates acknowledging their outstanding character traits and community service efforts.

Graduating eighth-grader Maya Menon was selected as this year’s moving-up day speaker and, in her address, shared memories from the students’ middle school years and a hope for a prosperous future.

Before celebrating their accomplishments at the eighth-grade picnic and yearbook distribution ceremony, each student was called to the front of the podium to receive their official moving up day certificates.

2017-2018 FJC Supply Lists

Celebrating Academic Scholars

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Rocky Point High School Class of 2017 valedictorian, Pooja Deshpande,was honored during the annual Suffolk County School Superintendents Association Valedictorians Luncheon, held at the Hyatt Regency in Hauppauge on June 1, 2017.  During the luncheon, Pooja and the other valedictorians in attendance were honored for their achievements, dedication and commitment. Also honored at the luncheon was High School senior, Jennifer Wheeler, who was the recipient of a $500 college scholarship from CORE BTS, Inc. Both students were joined by their parents, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Michael Ring, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Deborah De Luca, Executive Director for Educational Services Susan Wilson, Principal Susann Crossan and guidance counselor James Jordan. John Kanas, former North Fork Bank president, was also in attendance to serve as keynote speaker and extend his congratulations to the soon-to-be graduates.

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