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SHIP(Secondary Hearing Impaired Program) at Hackensack High School

  1. Friday, 4/28, three of our HHS students will present (a 4 minute) “keynote” address hosted by PCTI, sponsored by NJ.DOE Dare to Dream Student Leadership Conference

  2. May 15, Thursday, Parent Education Series #2: Raising a Deaf Child, presenters will be ACCESS Michelle Cline, Licensed Clinical SW and Kelly Lange from NJ Deaf Relay/Cap Tel at USS in the evening, 6:30-8:00 p.m.

  3. May 30, Friday at HHS Library, 9:30 a.m. Transition Breakfast with a panel of former SHIP deaf graduates discussing ‘life after high school’.


   Earn Graduate Credits From Our C.A.P.E Resource Center

 View live action at the construction site of the new Bergen County Technical Schools and Bergen County Special Services School Districts central administration and education facility.  (viewing on portable OS devices not supported at this time).


 NJQSAC Results - BCSS Designated a High Performing District by the Commissioner of Education


The Wood-Ridge Workshop highlights the completion of the Knitting Group's first project. The Knitting Group is an opportunity for everyone from beginner to experienced knitter to come together and create. Our first goal was to make a Red, White, and Blue banner. Each person helped to make single-colored squares.  Next we joined together each person’s work. By working together we were able to create something that the entire workshop can enjoy and appreciate.



 District Anti-Bullying Coordinator: Pat Cosgrove

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Paramus, NJ 07652
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DrLernerHoward Lerner, Ed.D.

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