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  • The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Provides Meals Throughout the Summer

    Maria Filippelli sat in front of Sleepy Hollow Middle School on a recent morning doing what she loves - feeding children. Filippelli is the Food Service Manager for Whitsons Food Services, the company retained by the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns to help feed families in need when the pandemic began. And they have continued to provide that service each weekday, no questions asked. The District has provided 101,278 meals since schools closed in March “COVID-19 has affected our region and school community in many ways. Several families have lost income during this time and food insecurity has become increasingly prevalent,” said Assistant Superintendent for Business Joy Myke.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Commencement Ceremony

    Click to watch the Sleepy Hollow High School Commencement Ceremony

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  • Spring Rose Ceremony

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  • Welcome to Our Schools

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  • Seniors Shine at Virtual Academic Awards Ceremony

    The school buildings may be closed but the efforts of the Sleepy Hollow High School seniors has continued throughout this pandemic and on, June 18, the district presented a virtual Academic Awards Ceremony that recognized seniors for their academic achievements. Co-presidents of the Class of 2020 Samantha Livingston and Ella McGovern lead the Pledge of Allegiance to commence the ceremony and then Eliza Mastropieri sang the National Anthem.

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  • Washington Irving Teaching Assistant Breaks Down Boundaries

    Kent Washington never believed his actions broke any barriers, until now. The Teaching Assistant at Washington Irving spent four-and-half years playing basketball in Poland after graduating from Southhampton College; he was the first African American player to cross the Iron Curtain.

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    Dear TUFSD Families and Staff, On behalf of the Board of Education, administration, staff, and students I would like to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation for taking the time to vote on behalf of our 2020-2021 school district budget. The overwhelming backing which was displayed through your vote is both humbling and energizing. We truly appreciate the ongoing support of our students, particularly at this most challenging and unprecedented time.

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  • SHHS Students Participate in Global Challenge to Assist During the COVID-19 Crisis

    Two Sleepy Hollow Science Research students participated in a global project to solve real-world problems during the COVID-19 crisis. Sophomores, Ryan Lyppens and Henry Poret worked with students from the Philippines, UK and Vietnam on the New York Academy of Sciences: Combatting COVID-19 Challenge.

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  • Budget Results

    We are pleased to share that the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns budget for the 2020-21 school year, along with the transportation proposition, was passed. Thank you to the community for exercising your right to vote and for the trust that you continue to place in our district.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Students Lead Rally to Bring Attention to Social Injustice and Fight for Change

    If anyone doubts the power of student voices for change, they need look no further than the rally held in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown this Saturday, June 13. The event was conceptualized by SHHS junior Sandra Aderemi and quickly became a reality with the help of SHHS Principal Dr. Tracy Smith, the Sleepy Hollow High School African American Culture Club advisor Pat Bonitatibus, and other students who posted a flyer on their social media to encourage all to come.

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  • Sleepy Hollow Athletics Awards Show

    The Sleepy Hollow Athletics Awards Show will be active at 6:30 pm today, Wednesday June 10th. Here’s the link: https://events.locallive.tv/events/38163

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  • 23rd Science Research Symposium

    Please join us for the 23rd Science Research Symposium celebrating our seniors and highlighting the creativity and hard work of all of our students! Our seniors have put together a virtual event like no other, complete with the symposium booklet, a photo montage, and a Youtube video which will include shortened presentations by each of our seniors. The presentations by our sophomores and juniors as well as the full-length presentations by our seniors can be accessed by a tab on the link.

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  • Senior Car Parade

    The Class of 2020 has endured so much but our seniors are resilient! Let us show how proud we are by decorating our town in red & white. Seniors will return to the Sleepy Hollow High School Campus this Thursday, June 11th at 4 pm for a Car Parade. We are Sleepy Strong!!

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    Yesterday, Governor Cuomo issued a new Executive Order extending the deadline for school districts to receive school budget ballots. In order to be counted, "hand delivered" ballots can be accepted until June 9, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.and those received through the mail will be accepted through June 16, 2020. As a result, the Ballot Drop Box installed at the Administration Building will be removed at 5:00 p.m. tomorrow, June 9th. If you are unable to hand deliver by 5:00 p.m. tomorrow, please place your completed ballot in the mail.

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  • School Budget 2020-21

    School Budget Vote 2020-21 will take place by absentee ballot only. Ballots must be received by the District Clerk no later than 5 pm on June 9, 2020.

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  • Voter Ballots

    Although the majority of district voters have received their ballots, it has come to our attention that a number of voters have yet to receive their ballots. Please check your mailboxes. If you did not receive a ballot in today's mail, please contact our District Clerk, Ms. Nelly Valentin by phone at 631-9404 or by email at nvalentin@tufsd.org. Provide her with your name and address and we will arrange for a ballot to be delivered directly to your mailbox. Please feel free to inform your neighbors as well. Click here for ballot instructions.

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    Although it should go without saying, acts of racism, discrimination, and intolerance have no place in this community or any other across this country. However, as the recent senseless and shameful death of George Floyd, and other Black Americans has made clear, they continue to occur. As I have reflected upon these events and their aftermath, my emotions have ranged from anger and sadness to grief and shame. They have been visceral and overwhelming. In our diverse community, it is critical that we not only renounce such acts, and the dehumanizing and harmful physical and emotional injuries which racism and hatred breed daily, but that we also resolve ourselves to work together to change this narrative.

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  • Graduation Signs

    June is a special time for any graduating class. However, due to circumstances beyond our control, the students in the Class of 2020 have to celebrate their milestone apart from one another and away from the faculty. Many of the scheduled events have to be changed to meet the demands of the current times. In order to show the graduating class that we were proud of their achievement, several members of the high school faculty and staff delivered Graduation Signs to every one of the 193 graduating seniors in the Class of 2020.

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  • Sleepy Hollow HS Students Participate in the NYAS: Combatting COVID-19 Challenge

    Sleepy Hollow High School Students Ryan Lyppens and Henry Poret worked with students from the Philippines, UK and Vietnam on the NYAS: Combatting COVID-19 Challenge. Below is the executive summary of their work. COVID-19 Challenge Executive Summary Project Name: Making Essential Equipment More Accessible to Mitigate the Overflow of Worldwide Healthcare Systems

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  • Bridges Special Budget Edition

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    I trust this letter finds you and your families healthy and well. I am writing today to provide you with some important updates and reminders. When Governor Cuomo issued his Executive Order mandating the closure of all New York schools, he required that districts work through all scheduled vacations in order for Learning from Home days to be counted toward the required 180 days of instruction. As you recall, Spring Break and the Friday before Memorial Day, which were scheduled days of vacation, became days of instruction. At last evening’s Board of Education meeting, the Board adopted a revised calendar which deducts the seven days, which were scheduled vacations, from the end of June. As a result, the last day of school/Learning from Home for students is now, June 17, 2020.

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  • School Budget 2020-21

    Due to COVID-19, all voting will take place by absentee ballots. There is no in-person voting. Ballots must be returned to the District Clerk's Office by June 9, 2020 at 5 p.m.

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  • Washington Irving Students Deliver to Essential Workers

    Like many teachers reaching out to students during the pandemic, Kaycee Von Essen sees great lessons in small actions. The reading teacher encouraged the staff and students at Washington Irving to write letters to essential workers. Von Essen started an internal mail system called “Wee Deliver” before the COVID-19 outbreak based on the United States Postal Service Wee Deliver campaign. She wanted to promote reading and writing skills. The mini post office also fostered a sense of unity throughout the school. In the month before the pause, more than 1,000 letters were written and delivered by WI students and staff.

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  • School Budget Vote 2020-21

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  • Advocacy

    Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NY State Division of the Budget are predicting a $10-15 billion dollar shortfall in anticipated state revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Governor has warned that, without more assistance from the federal government, the result could be a twenty percent or greater reduction in state aid to New York school districts and also significant decreases to aid for municipalities. This massive reduction in funding would have a devastating impact upon the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns.

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