•  SHHS Presents: Bye Bye Birdie

    It's Showtime! See you this weekend for Bye Bye Birdie, SHHS Spring Musical!

    We look forward to seeing you this weekend for our upcoming performances of Bye Bye Birdie, our High School Spring Musical! Performances will be held: Friday, March 24, 7:00 PM, Saturday, March 25, 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM, and Sunday, March 26, 2:00 PM. We hope to see you there!

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  •  Students showing off their crazy socks

    TUFSD Supports World Down Syndrome Day With Crazy Socks and an Inclusion Show on Sleepy Hollow Radio

    Some were colorful, some crazy, and some mismatched, and all these socks were proudly worn by teachers and students in support of World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st. In the schools, and on the radio airwaves, the District unified to advocate for the rights, well-being, and inclusion of all people, especially those with Down syndrome. 

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  • Photo of Henri Parens from Zaida Movie

    Zaida: A Very Special Assembly Led by A SHHS Alumnus

    When Sophie Parens visited Sleepy Hollow High School to present the film, Zaida, to seniors at her alma mater, it was an emotional homecoming. The documentary is about her grandfather, a Holocaust survivor, who had come to the same school in 2013 to speak to Sophie’s senior class about his experiences. Ten years later, she told his story for him.

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  •  Tarrytown Music Hall, in collaboration with TUFSD, presents: Annie Jr.

    Save the Date: Annie Jr., Performance at Tarrytown Music Hall by WI Students

    Save the date for our upcoming performance of Annie Jr. at Tarrytown Music Hall! This performance will feature our WI 3rd-5th Grade students, and is made possible thanks to the generous efforts of those at Tarrytown Music Hall who are bringing yet another theater residency opportunity to our students!

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  • Digital posters created by high schools featuring Women Changemakers

    From Color Theory to Changemakers: High Schoolers Create Posters for Women's History Month

    In Ms. Langston's Advanced Digital Media class, high school students didn't just learn how to use Adobe Photoshop - they used their skills to make a statement. With Women's History Month in full swing, students were tasked with creating posters that showcased a present-day Changemaker - a woman who is making waves through activism and changing the world for the better.

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  •  Teacher Katelynn DeGregorio presenting to her colleagues

    Empowering Teachers Through Leading and Learning: District-Wide Personalized Professional Development

    What if you had a day of professional learning planned and received a personalized schedule catered to your needs? That's exactly what the Faculty and Staff at Public Schools of the Tarrytowns recently experienced on last Monday’s Superintendent’s Conference Day.  The day included more than 60 sessions, primarily led by TUFSD teachers, focusing on utilizing technology to support instruction and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS).

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  •  Superintendent Search: Community Survey. Please share your thoughts by March 20, 2023.

    Superintendent Search: Community Survey

    As a reminder, the Board of Education would like to receive your input on the desired characteristics and skills that you would like to see in the next superintendent. Please share your thoughts through an online survey, which will continue to be available until March 20, 2023.

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  •  Student holds rainbow craft project on St. Patrick's Day

    Kindergarten Students Get Creative to Catch a Leprechaun

    Do you know how to catch a leprechaun? Some of our kindergarten students are on their trail! They started this adventure earlier this week by completing a writing unit and setting a plan. Then today, they engaged in a STEM activity, putting their creativity and problem-solving skills to work, using a variety of supplies like popsicle sticks, cardboard, pipe cleaners, glue, etc. to build leprechaun traps.

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  •  Superintendent Update 3/17/2023

    Superintendent's Update: March 17, 2023

    Superintendent Chris Borsari shares his weekly update, complete with important reminders and information for families. Click here to read this week's update.

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  •  Students practice choreography for the play "Annie Jr."

    Students Prepare for Annie Jr. Performance, through Tarrytown Music Hall School Theater Residency

    Get ready to be wowed by the incredible talents of Washington Irving Intermediate School and Sleepy Hollow Middle School students! They're currently taking part in a school theater residency program provided by The Tarrytown Music Hall Academy, which is provided free of charge to all students. With just a few short weeks left until their big debut, these young performers are perfecting their staging, choreography, and teamwork skills to bring you an unforgettable show. 

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  •  SHHS Senior Kade Riddle posing in front of "Army" banner

    West Point Bound: Q & A with SHHS Senior Kade Riddle

    Senior Kade Riddle is West Point bound - an accomplishment not achieved by a Sleepy Hollow High School senior in more than a decade. With a unique and competitive application process, West Point reports that about 10,000 students start the application process and only a little over 1,000 are admitted. Kade receives many questions about his desire and decision to attend West Point and, as a tribute to him and his incredibly hard work, we are pleased to share those questions with his responses. 

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  •  Superintendent Search: Open Community Forums: March 14 at 9:30am and 7:30pm

    Superintendent Search: Open Community Forums

    The Board would like to receive your input on the desired characteristics and skills that you would like to see in the next superintendent. We, therefore, invite you to participate in this process by attending one of two Open Community Forums on March 14 at 9:30am and 7:30pm.

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  •  Student walking in WI halls with service dog

    Paws for Learning: WI Students Meet Service Dogs

    Meet Logan and Haven, honorary WI students for the day!  These service dogs, along with their trainers from BluePath Service Dogs, educated the students in their role as service dogs for children with autism. 

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  •  Middle school students practicing mindfulness

    Middle School Students Practice Mindfulness During Meditation Lab

    Last week, Sleepy Hollow Middle School's Meditation Lab, funded by a grant, taught mindfulness to 6th-8th graders to promote social and emotional wellbeing. Students learn techniques to be kinder to themselves, respond thoughtfully to challenges, and navigate middle school life. Instructor Jennifer Monness guides students through breathing techniques, gentle movement, and relaxation-inspired poses to help them be their best selves.

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  •  Superintendent Update 3/10/2023

    Superintendent's Update: March 10, 2023

    Superintendent Chris Borsari shares his weekly update, complete with important reminders and information for families. Click here to read this week's update.

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  • Sleepy Hollow Students at All County

    Students Demonstrate Their Musical Talents at Prominent Events in New York State

    Our talented student musicians performed in esteemed Winter concerts across New York State this past weekend. Students participated at the All-County Chorus and All-County Band Music Festival in White Plains and, at the state level, at the prestigious New York State Band Directors Association in Syracuse. 

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  • Students watch Mr. AJ from Mobile Ed Productions explain about the Earth Globe

    Third Graders at Washington Irving Go on an Epic Adventure with the Earth Dome!

    Third graders at Washington Irving had the opportunity to experience The Earth Dome, thanks to a grant from the PTA! This giant inflatable earth balloon stands 19-feet high and 22-feet in diameter, and is made of 24 huge panels silkscreened with photographs shot from satellites of the surface of the world.  It truly is a unique educational tool that offers an immersive experience for students to learn about the geography and environmental issues of the world. 

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  •  Superintendent Search: Seeking Community Input

    Superintendent Search: Seeking Community Input

    The TUFSD Board of Education is beginning the process of searching for a new superintendent, as Superintendent Borsari will be retiring at the end of the 2022-23 school year. Please see this important update from Board of Education President John Paine regarding how you can share your input.

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  • Letter from a student: "Dear Village Trustees, It is not every day you get to go on a field trip..."

    Second Graders Learn about Advocacy through a Thoughtful Exchange with the Village of Tarrytown’s Mayor and Trustees

    One of the wonderful benefits of being part of a historic community is that students in the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns sometimes have the opportunity to learn about local history right in their backyard, or even right on their river. And because Tarrytown is a tight-knit community, our students sometimes have the chance to interact with leaders in their community. Case in point: when Ms. Losito’s second grade class decided they wanted to see a famous retired fireboat, they wrote letters to Village Mayor Karen Brown and The Trustees of the Village of Tarrytown.

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  • Superintendent's Update: March 3, 2023

    Superintendent's Update: March 3, 2023

    Superintendent Chris Borsari shares his weekly update, complete with important reminders and information for families. Click here to read this week's update.

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  • WI March Madness Student Assembly

    March Madness: Tournament of Books at WI Fuels Excitement for Reading and Character-Building

    On March 1st, Washington Irving kicked off their March Madness: Tournament of Books with a fun basketball-themed assembly.  Run similar to the NCAA College March Madness, the Tournament of Books features 16 books that support the Horsemen Pride Character Ed themes, which are values that the school promotes to help students develop positive character traits.  

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  •  Morse students sign pledge of kindness

    Students Sign Pledge of Kindness to Spread the Word: INCLUSION!

    Spread the word: INCLUSION! Students across the district united today to make a pledge to be inclusive, an important part of the district’s initiative to embrace the many ways in which students learn and how to appreciate individual differences. In addition, some students watched a video called “Spreading the Word” and participated in various activities and minilessons to allow for further understanding of and discussion about this important concept.

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  • Spread the Word Inclusion

    TUFSD Kindness and Inclusion Month

    During the month of March, the district will be participating in its annual Kindness and Inclusion Initiative. The kick-off will be on Wednesday, March 1st with Spread the Word: Inclusion Day. This day is a national celebration to promote inclusion for all people with differing abilities. To participate, students district-wide will be brainstorming ways to spread kindness and inclusion within our school community. They will also have the opportunity to sign a kindness pledge during their lunch period.

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  •  TUFSD Celebrates Black History Month

    TUFSD Teachers and Students Celebrate Black History Month

    Throughout February, the district has been celebrating Black History Month, which we believe is an important opportunity to spotlight and honor Black Americans' achievements while learning about their rich histories, traditions, and culture - so many of which have become embedded in American society. 

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  • SHMS and SHHS Orchestra Students with Sitkovetsky Trio

    SHMS and SHHS Orchestra Students Attend Sitkovetsky Trio Performance at the DR Center

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School and Sleepy Hollow High School orchestral members were treated to an intimate performance by the world class chamber music group The Sitkovetsky Trio at the David Rockefeller Creative Arts Center over the Winter Recess.

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