Hermon-Dekalb Central School is located at 709 East Dekalb Road Dekalb Junction, NY serving grades PK-12 in St.Lawrence County. Excellent values are being taught through the cooperative effort of the students, staff, and community, and the school provides a healthy, supportive environment, which prepares students for the future and life long learning. Recognizing the individuality of each person, they maintain high expectations for all. They strive to build pride, self-esteem, and respect in order to produce well-educated, responsible citizens. Students learn in a well maintained facility; a rich technology environment and the school provide a wide range of opportunities.
The staff is first-rate. They are knowledgeable, energetic, and committed to the students and their families. The school is very fortunate to have such dedicated staff members who care about each other and each child. You will find this school community very active working with all children to provide a foundation for students to reach their maximum potential through a comprehensive, exact standard to opportunities to empower children to be independent thinkers, problem solvers, and responsible citizens.
The surrounding community is made up of both friendly and supportive parents that desire a quality education for their children and remain very active with the PTA to ensure learning excellence. With teachers and staff adhering to the philosophy “that all children can learn” coupled together with supportive parents and the School District provides a tremendous learning opportunity for education. This School adheres to searching for the best way to provide individual teaching methods that will best suite each and every student’s ability to comprehend and learn.
Hermon-Dekalb Central SchoolHermon-Dekalb Central School District
709 East Dekalb Road
Dekalb Junction, NY 13630
Rural, outside CBSA (Rural: Remote)
Serving Grades: PK-12
Principal: Mark E. WhiteCompare to nearby schools »
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