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  • John Paulding School Named National PTA School of Excellence 

    We are excited to announce John Paulding School has been named a 2019-2021 National PTA School of Excellence! To earn this designation, John Paulding, in partnership with the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns PTA, demonstrated it welcomed and empowered families to support student success and school improvements during the course of the 2018-2019 school year.

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  • Athletic News

    Tuesday, January 21 - Athletic Study Committee Meeting 6:30 PM HS Library Public is welcome to attend - topic for the evening is intramurals and program access and equity. Wednesday, January 22 “An Evening with the Athletic Director” 7:00 PM HS Library The Director of Athletics addresses common topics of interest for parents. This is an open forum where parents can ask questions. The topic of communications and education-based athletics will be discussed.

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  • Students Celebrate the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr

    Second-grade students from Brenda Sutherland and Tobi Fradkin’s classes marched into the W.L. Morse auditorium on January 17, carrying signs with the phrases, “Imagine World Peace,” “Peace is Power,” “Spread Love.” The program entitled, “Sharing the Dream,” paid tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and his legacy of nonviolence.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Photography Student's Work Accepted to Prestigious Contest

    The Sleepy Hollow High School Art and Media Department proudly announces that Drexel University has chosen a photograph by senior Isabella Direnzo for its High School Photography Contest Exhibition. "I am so proud of Isabella's progress in developing her own individual voice with her digital photos. She has a true passion and dedication to her craft. Her acceptance into this highly recognized exhibit speaks volumes to her growth as an art student at Sleepy Hollow," said SHHS Art Media Department Chair Angela Langston.

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  • Visiting Artist

    DaiQuan Davis grew up in a family that loved and played music. He decided to harness that passion and produce his own sounds. The drummer and producer met with Sleepy Hollow High School Music Production and Technology students on January 10 where he played different beats and tracks and provided insights about the music industry.

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  • Two Students Receive Distinguished Science Award From Regeneron

    Congratulations to Sleepy Hollow High School seniors Tess Kaplan and Samantha Livingston who have been named among the country’s top scientists in the 79th Regeneron Science Talent Search. This is the most prestigious science and mathematics competition for high school seniors. The two students are among 300 nationwide and 33 in Westchester County to receive this distinction.

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  • SHHS Boys Basketball Game at the Barclays Center

    On Wednesday, January 15th at 7:15pm, our Boys Varsity Basketball team will be playing against Rye, in a game that will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. We would like to encourage the Sleepy Hollow community to come out and support our team for this unique opportunity.

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  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Art and Essay Contest

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School art students utilized art as a visual language when they created original pieces that reflected and honored the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Andrea Harrison’s art classes mirrored the style of African American collage artist Romare Bearden. They worked in groups and designed each collage around one of Dr. King’s quotes and then chose digital images that they complemented with pictures that they drew and painted. The artwork is currently on display as part of the New York State Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Art and Essay Exhibition in Albany.

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  • Alumni Dialogue Day

    Sleepy Hollow High School seniors had an opportunity today to learn first-hand from recent graduates about their transitions to college. Seven college freshman, along with two juniors, shared with students what it is like to acclimate to school, important considerations for transferring credits, strategies for making friends, and ways to get involved on campus.

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  • Happy Holidays

    Here are some moments our Sleepy Hollow students shared this Holiday Season! Enjoy!

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  • Santa's Special Visit

    Look who stopped by John Paulding on his way to the North Pole! The Boys Varsity Football team escorted Santa into the District on December 20 to the surprise and delight of our youngest students! We hope his sleigh and reindeer

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  • The Morse Sensory Paths

    When you walk on the first and third floors at W.L. Morse, your eyes can not miss the brightly colored ‘sensory path’ that guides you through the hallways. The pathways, marked by flowers, handprints and swirls, is designed to help students refocus and release energy. In a traditional school setting, that energy can cause stress and could deter a student from achieving his or her best work. First-grader Isla Sheehan utilizes the sensory pathway to improve her concentration. She twirls and spins. “I use it a lot. It helps me calm down,” she said.

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  • Communication Needs Classrooms Make Gingerbread Houses

    The students in the Communication Needs Classrooms spent a fun filled afternoon Friday with old friends and past teachers making holiday crafts. The activities were held at Washington Irving School where old friendships were rekindled, new ones started, and community was built.

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  • No Shave Results

    Our Sleepy Hollow High School community showed its giving spirit last month by contributing $2200 to the American Cancer Society during No Shave November

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  • Kindergartners Perform Read Alouds at Their Very Own Coffee Shop

    Entrepreneurial kindergartners at John Paulding turned their classroom into Starbooks, John Paulding's unique version of a coffee shop. What made this one special is the original books created by each student and the read-alouds to kick off the event.

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  • Breakfast with Santa

    Support the Sleepy Hollow Middle and High School music students by attending the Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Boosters “Breakfast with Santa!” Come to the Sleepy Hollow High School Cafeteria for either the 9:00 AM or 10:00 AM seating. A pancake breakfast will be served.

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  • Gratitude in Abundance at John Paulding School

    Families gathered at John Paulding School to celerbate the Thanksgiving holiday in the child's classroom. Students made hats and read stories, while lunch was being served.

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  • Model UN

    Eight students from Sleepy Hollow High School headed to New York University to participate in a Model United Nations Conference this week. Model UN is an educational simulation in which students, known as delegates, act as the representative of a country and take a position on a specific issue.

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  • No Shave November

    Sleepy Hollow High School faculty, staff and administrators put away their razors this November to support the American Cancer Society. No Shave November raises much needed funds for cancer research and awareness of those battling the disease. Many cancer patients lose their hair during treatment. Participants in No Shave November donate the money they save from shaving products to cause.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Drama

    Sleepy Hollow High School Presents Miss Holmes Friday, Nov. 15 @ 7:00pm Saturday, Nov. 16 @ 2pm and 7pm

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  • How Do You Feel?

    Author and illustrator Lizzy Rockwell was welcomed at W.L. Morse School to share her new book, How Do You Feel?, with students and guide them in discussion. The book uses art to reveal a variety of changing emotions of ten children playing in a city playground. Because it is visual storytelling, it allows readers to interpret the facial expressions, events and interactions their own way.

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  • Student Scientists

    Student Scientists: Sleepy Hollow Middle School students learn from scientists and get hands-on experience at Regeneron in Sleepy Hollow. Learn more about this partnership by watching this visual story.

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  • Northeast Association for Science Teacher Education (NE-ASTE)

    Four Tarrytown School District science teachers Leana Peltier, Chris Adamo, Michele Zielinski, and Elyse Blueglass presented a workshop to education researchers, scholars, administrators, and pre-service and in-service teachers at the annual Northeast Association for Science Teacher Education (NE-ASTE) held October 10th-12th at the University of Vermont.

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  • SHHS Winter Sports Meeting

    If your child participating in winter sports, both parent and athlete must attend the winter preseason meeting, Monday, October 28, 7:00 PM HS Auditorium.  We will launch a new online sports registration procedure which will be demonstrated along with a sports schedule plan.  In addition parents and athletes will be with their coaches and learn specific details about their program.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High Volleys for a Cure

    On Thursday October 10th, Sleepy Hollow’s JV and Varsity Volleyball team hosted their 2nd annual "Pink Out" game for breast cancer awareness. Sleepy Hollow Volleyball raised over $400 for game changing research into stage IV breast cancer. All proceeds went to the Side Out Foundation.

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