Jericho HS unveils cutting edge tool

students and officials with new machine in classroom

Jericho High School students with Nassau County Legislator Joshua A. Lafazaon (D- Woodbury), center, and Superintendent of Schools Hank Grishman, fifth from right, to unveil the district’s new automage table.
Photo courtesy of Office of Legislator Joshua A. Lafazan

Nassau County Legislator Joshua A. Lafazan (D – Woodbury) joined with Jericho Union Free School District Superintendent Hank Grishman and Jericho High School teachers and students on Friday, Nov. 18 to unveil the district’s new anatomage table – a cutting-edge teaching tool that was purchased utilizing $75,000 in Community Revitalization Program (CRP) funds.


Anatomage tables are equipped with a virtual library of human and animal cadavers, and in medical settings, can be used as a clinical diagnostic tool because of how it allows for the visualization of any Medical CT, CBCT or MRI scan.


“With this state-of-the-art technology, students will now be able to use this table to virtually dissect cadavers, practice procedures, and gain a greater understanding of the human anatomy that will serve them well in their scientific studies,” Legislator Lafazan said. “It is always a pleasure to work with our local school districts to enrich the classroom experiences that are available to our students.”

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