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  • Check Out the Latest Issue of Horsemen Happenings

    In this issue you'll find articles about several unique classes and programs in the district, from music to digital media. We also celebrate our fall student athletes and share important dates about the development of the 2022-23 school budget. We hope you'll take a few minutes to check it out!

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  • COVID 19 Screening Attestation for Students and Visitors

    Staff and Students: Please complete this short survey prior to coming to work or school https://entry.neric.org/tarrytown

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  • Horsemen PTA Special Needs Committee Presents:: 

    Casey Schmalacker Assistant Director of New Frontiers Coaching Discusses “Learning to Let Go: Parental Influences on the Development of Independence” Learn how to help your child grow and gain confidence in his or her own abilities! Monday, January 31st, 7PM-8PM

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  • Sharing Martin Luther King Jr.’s Message of Peace

    Throughout the district, students are learning about the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Our students continue to share his message of peace and service to the community on this Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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  • Tarrytown Bridges Fall 2021

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  • Panel Discussion Brings SHHS Students, Medical School Students Together To Discuss Different Paths Into Field of Medicine

    Sleepy Hollow High School students recently had the incredible opportunity to attend a Zoom panel discussion with current medical students. The event was hosted by the Science Honor Society. The panelists, who included three M2 (second-year) New York Medical College students as well as one who is in the middle of their residency, discussed their journeys to medical school and their experiences thus far before answering a series of student questions. This discussion gave students who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine or simply curious about the field a chance to hear firsthand accounts from medical students who come from a variety of backgrounds.

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  • Second Dose of the Pediatric Pfizer Clinic

    This is a reminder that the second dose of the pediatric Pfizer clinic will be administered on December 20th and 21st from 3:30pm-7:30pm. You do not need to sign up for your appointment for this second dose. If your child received their first dose on November 29th, their second dose will be given on December 20th. If your child received their first dose on November 30th, their second dose will be given on December 21st. You are encouraged to keep your same appointment time; however, if you can not keep your same time, walk-ins will be accepted. This clinic will also be providing Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson boosters, walk-ins are welcome.

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  • Starbooks Cafe Showcases Early Readers and Writers

    Kindergarten students in Meggan Mangiacotti’s and Elyse Macchi’s class were the generous hosts of the 3rd annual Starbooks event, a cafe style setting complete with greeters, food distributors and cashiers. Several students participated in the ‘live mic portion of the event by reading books that they created and illustrated. Topics, all chosen by each student based on what is important/interesting to them, ranged from New York City to soccer, dangerous animals to marching bands.

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  • Four Tarrytown Students Showcase Their Musicianship in NYSSMA Winter Conference 

    From December 2nd through 5th, four Sleepy Hollow High School students participated in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Winter Conference in Rochester, New York. NYSSMA is the premier music education program in New York and regularly hosts performances by and competitions featuring some of the best young musicians in the state, making this a particularly noteworthy achievement for our students. They were accompanied by SHMHS Choral Instructor Gail Persad and SHHS Band Director and Music Production teacher Austin Day.

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  • SHHS Student Government Coat Drive

    Please consider supporting our Student Government's Coat Drive, running now through December 13th. Coats and cold weather gear are being collected for the community outside of the SHHS main office. Thank you!

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  • JP PreK Lottery Applications 2022-2023 are available online or at John Paulding Elementary School.

    JP PreK Lottery Applications 2022-2023 are available online or by dropping by to John Paulding. The enrollment window for the lottery is 12/2/21 through 2/11/22. We will accept all applications for PreK at any time after 12/2/21. Please note that those applications submitted and date stamped by 2/11/22 stamped will be included in the February/March lottery. Those received after 2/11/22 will be automatically waitlisted. Best of luck to all!

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  • Vaccine Clinic

    We are happy to announce that the Westchester County Department of Health in collaboration with The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns will be hosting two COVID-19 vaccination clinics for our students ages 5 -11, as follows: Location: Sleepy Hollow Middle School Gym Dates: Monday, November 29th from 3:30pm – 7:30pm Tuesday, November 30th from 3:30pm – 7:30 pm Click the title for more information and link to pre register.

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  • Breakfast with Santa

    Saturday, December 18th Snow Date: Sunday, December 19th Organized by The Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Boosters Support the Sleepy Hollow Middle and High School music and theater students by attending the 2021 annual Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Boosters “Breakfast with Santa”. Bring your family to the Sleepy Hollow High School cafeteria on Saturday, Dec 18th for a delicious pancake breakfast served to you by our student holiday elves! There are three seatings: 8:30 AM, 9:30 AM, 10:30 AM. At your seating, you will be served a delicious breakfast of pancakes, bagels, fruit, juice, and coffee, and don’t forget to say hello to Santa!

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  • Sleepy Hollow Players Return To Live In-Person Performances With Radium Girls

    On Friday, November 19th and Saturday the 20th, Sleepy Hollow High School Players put on two performances of Radium Girls. The show, which featured a cast of fifteen students, was directed by Peter Kennedy, who has now helmed thirteen performances for the Players. After staging remote performances last school year due to COVID-19, it was incredibly exciting for both the cast and the audience to return to the theater.

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  • With New Book, Health & Physical Education Chair Tawn Turnesa-Norton  Brings Mindfulness To Athletics 

    The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns is proud to congratulate Physical Education Department Chair Tawn Turnesa-Norton on the publication of her book, Training Athletes from the Inside Out. The book offers short, weekly yoga and mindfulness lessons for use by athletes and their coaches. These lessons are designed to help athletes practice self-awareness and emotional self-regulation in order to boost performance and improve mental health.

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  • From Our Family to Yours

    WI students partnered with Kendal on Hudson to write holiday cards for Veterans stateside and overseas. Students thanked them for their service, told them a little about their own holiday traditions or just offered a holiday wish. Together, the students in grades 3-5 wrote over 600 holiday cards. What a great way to offer a little holiday cheer!

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Inducts 78 Students Into Prestigious National Honor Society

    The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns are thrilled to announce the induction of 7 SHHS seniors and 71 juniors into the National Honor Society. This is an incredible honor, as the National Honor Society recognizes only students who meet the requirements of their “four pillars” of scholarship, service, leadership and character. NHS members benefit from the opportunity to attend NHS’s Leadership Experience and Development (LEAD) conferences as well as eligibility for over 400 college scholarship programs that are offered each year.

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  • SHHS Received Gold Digital Badge for the NYS Seal of Biliteracy

    The New York State Education Department has recognized Sleepy Hollow High School with a gold badge for providing students the opportunity to receive the Seal of Biliteracy. High Schools that offer the NYSSB for five years or more have been awarded the "Gold Veteran " badge. Our language students are given the support needed to complete the requirements to earn a seal on their diploma that denotes biliteracy in two or more languages. Congratulations to our language learners and language teachers who nurture and expand language proficiency for our students at an early age.

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  • Check Out our Latest Issue of Horsemen Happenings

    The latest isse of our online newsletter, Horsemen Happenings welcomes students and faculty back to school and celebrates student achievements. Articles include: a look at our fabulous science research program; academic achievements among many SHHS students; how we are celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month; and the importance of social emotional well-being. Also, don't forget to follow us on Instagram @ instagram.com/ufsdtarrytowns/.

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  • TUFSD Honors the Life and Legacy of Armando "Chick" Galella

    The Pubic Schools of the Tarrytowns mourns the loss of of our dear friend Armando "Chick" Galella and sends our deepest condolences to his family. In honor of Chick, the flags at all our buildings will be flown at half staff through Wednesday, October 6th, the day of Chick's funeral.

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  • Four Sleepy Hollow High School Seniors Recognized by the New York State School Music Association

    The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns congratulate Jaden Velez and Samuel Leviatin for being selected to perform in the New York State School Music Association’s (NYSSMA) All-State Ensembles, as well as Austin Chin and Luciano Lopez-Parnetti for having their original compositions selected to be performed at this year’s NYSSMA Electronic Music Showcase. The four SHHS seniors will travel to the NYSSMA Winter Conference in Rochester in early December for the performances and showcase.

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  • The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Announce Semifinalists in the 2022 National Merit® Scholarship Program

    The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns is proud to announce that three of its SHHS seniors, Kaitlyn Chen, Ryan Lyppens and Henry Poret have been named Semifinalists in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Sebastian Zuba, who is homeschooled and resides in the district, was also names a Semifinalist .Nationwide, the pool of Semifinalists represents less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors and is based on scores achieved on the 2020 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

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  • Students Return for In-Person Learning

    Students of the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns returned for in-person learning today as they were warmly greeted by the administration, faculty and staff. They may have been dodging raindrops and wearing masks, but the smiles and excitement couldn't be contained.

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  • Virtual Back to School Town Halls

    Please click above to view the schools town hall videos.

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  • Community COVID Vaccination Clinic

    Please click the title to sign up for your first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on August 30th. This vaccine is available to anyone age 12 and older. Please note, the second dose will be scheduled for September 20th. This clinic is available to all community members, staff, and their families.

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