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  • 1st D.C. Payment

    1st Washington D.C. payment of $250 is due on

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  • MS Movie Night

    The PTA will be hosting Middle School Movie Night on 11/16. We will be showing Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, rated PG-13. Please sign the attached permission slip and return to the office by Friday 11/16. This movie is for SHMS students only. No student will be allowed in without a signed permission slip. Students and friends who do not attend SHMS will NOT be permitted. Pizza and snacks will be sold prior to the movie. Refreshments will be sold at the conclusion of the film.

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  • Change Bandits during FLEX

    Mrs. Sciullo’s FLEX class chose students from different homerooms from the Red Hot Chilli Peppers to ask other students during lunch to

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  • Honoring Veterans

    On a cloudy fall day, Sleepy Hollow Middle School students showed their support for the men and women who have served our nation by installing 400 American Flags on the middle/high school lawn. Each flag was placed one-by-one into the ground to create a formation similar to Arlington Cemetery in Virginia. It truly is a labor of love.

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  • Cyber Safety

    On Monday, October 29, students were treated to an informative discussion about Cyber Safety led by a Westchester County Assistant District Attorney. This assembly served as a culmination of Cyber Safety lessons delivered by classroom teachers throughout the month of October. Various concepts were covered ranging from

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  • SHMS Technology Night

    On Monday, October, 15 SHMS hosted Technology Night! Parents were treated to three sessions in which they learned the ins and outs of Cyber Safety, Google Classroom, and Parent Portal. Classrooms came alive as parents learned how to navigate our information systems.

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  • 6th Graders Learn About the Five Themes of Geography

    What better way to learn about the Five Themes of Geography than actually doing it yourself. Students in Mrs. Mullin's Social Studies classes were randomly assigned cities around the world.

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  • Washington DC Trip Meeting

    8th Grade Washington DC Informational Meeting Wednesday, October 10, 2018 @ 7:00pm HS/MS Auditorium

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  • Back to School Night - Wednesday, September 26th

    Dear SHMS Families, I want to remind you that our Back to School Night will be held this Wednesday, September 26, from 7-8:30pm. However, we will open our doors at 6:30pm for families that would like an opportunity to meet and mingle before the evening activities commence.

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  • Summer Reading

    MS Summer Reading

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  • 2018-2019 MS Supply List

    Click for 2018-2019 Supply List

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  • Crime Scene Investigation!

    This Challenge Camp class for current 4-6 graders is designed to answer the question, “Who Killed Felix Navidad?” Students will study the “crime scene,” interview witnesses and potential suspects, form questions, examine evidence and conduct labs to try to solve the mystery!

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  • Incoming 6th Grade Parent Orientation Presentation

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  • 2018 Challenge Summer Institute Application for Need-Based Scholarship

    Students who will enter grades 4-7 in the Fall, and who are entitled to receive free or reduced lunch through the Federal government are eligible to apply for this program. If selected, the applicant will receive free registration to the Challenge camp for that summer.

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  • Summer Camp for Youth Soccer Players

    For any students in grades 4-8: The boys and girls Sleepy Hollow Varsity soccer programs are holding a four day summer camp for youth soccer players in our district.

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  • Frozen Jr. Comes To Tarrytown

    Can a princess, a mountaineer, a reindeer and a snowman save a kingdom from perpetual winter? Audience members will soon find out when Sleepy Hollow Middle School students perform Disney’s Frozen Jr. this weekend. SHMS is one school in a select group chosen to put on this show.

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  • Lockdown Drill

    Today, May 3rd at 7:50 a.m., Sleepy Hollow High School and Middle School conducted a lockdown drill. The drill was performed for the purpose of ensuring that students and staff are informed on the safety protocols in the event of a lockdown. It was a successful drill. Students and staff are safe. The rest of the school day will resume as regularly scheduled.

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  • Middle School Lunch Buddies Participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Relay

    The Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) is the largest public awareness vehicle and grass-roots fundraiser for Special Olympics. Known honorably as Guardians of the Flame, law enforcement members and Special Olympics athletes carry the “Flame of Hope” into the Opening Ceremony of local competitions.

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  • SHMS Student Wins 3rd Place in "You Be The Chemist" Competion

    On Saturday, April 14th, 8th grader Austin Chin competed in the the State levels of the You Be the Chemist Challenge.

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  • 8th-Grade Washington, D.C. Trip Parent Meeting

    There will be an informational meeting on Monday, April 16th at 7PM in the auditorium for the Washington DC Trip. Habrá una reunión informativa el día lunes 16 de abril a las 7:00pm en el auditorio, en referencia al viaja a Washington DC.

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  • NYS ELA & Math Tests Dates and Information from the Principal

    Please read the attached letter from Mr. Whitham regarding the NYS ELA & Math Tests, which are being administered in April and May.

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  • You be the Chemist Challenge

    On Saturday, March 17, at a very early 7:45am, students from the You Be the Chemist club boarded a bus to travel to BASF in Tarrytown. Our 3 student competition team included 6th grader Sydney Chin, 7th grader Katie Hanley and 8th grader Austin Chin.

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  • Seventh-Grade Math Students Celebrate Pi Day

    On Wednesday, March 14, students in Ms. Albukerk’s and Ms. Rodrigues’ math classes celebrated everyone’s favorite irrational number, π.

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  • Seventh-Grade Students Celebrate The Outsiders

    As a culmination of their unit in English class spent reading The Outsiders, a novel by S.E. Hinton, 7th-grade students dressed up as either Greasers or Socs (short for Socials) on Friday, February 16 to watch the film directed by Francis Ford Coppola

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  • Sleepy Hollow Middle School Students See the World

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School students traveled around the world without ever leaving their school building. With the help of modern technology, seventh graders visited Rome and looked at some of the greatest inventions in history.

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