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  • Final Exams 2022

    Please click the headline above for the schedule.

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  • SHHS Students Exhibit Art Work In Regional Exhibitions

    SHHS Students Exhibit Art Work In Regional Exhibitions Nine Sleepy Hollow High School students are exhibiting their artwork outside of the walls of "The Hollow '' during the month of May and June. On the weekend of May 21st and 22nd, Sleepy students will join other Westchester and Rockland high school students in an exhibition of their work at the GARNER Arts Festival in Garnerville, NY Now in its 16th year, the festival is sponsored by ReStart the Arts, a grant program of ArtsWestchester with support from the Office of the Governor, the New York State Legislature and the New York State Council on the Arts. The students who are exhibiting are Brenna Bloom, Emily Buzaid, Frankie Clark, Jenna Fox, Christine Kern, Ania Mentis, Niko Orellana, Sophie Taylor and Luz Ticona Pera. We are proud to announce that Luz Ticona Pera is our student award winner in the annual RiverArts student competition. RiverArts was envisioned and established by visual artists over 50 years ago to find new ways to bring art  to our Hudson River communities. Luz's work will be featured in an exhibit at the Hastings Village Hall Gallery from May 16-June12. 

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  • June 1 Special Schedule

    May 3, 2022 Dear SHHS Families, On Wednesday, June 1, the majority of the junior class will be taking the US History and Government Regents Exam. Because of the length of the exam and the number of classrooms needed to administer it, SHHS will be running an alternative schedule that day. Juniors will report to school by 8:30 a.m. and stay through 11:30 a.m. US History teachers will share the location of their exam with their students. After the exam, all test-takers will be dismissed for the day. Students who require extended time will be given the necessary time to finish the exam. They will also be provided with lunch. Freshmen, sophomores and seniors will follow this schedule: 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. - Lunch served for all students 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m - period 2/3 Odd day 1:34 p.m.-3:00 p.m. - period 7/8 Odd day Period 1 classes (7:45-8:26 a.m.) will not run on this day. All BOCES students who are not taking the Regents exam, should plan to attend BOCES at the usual time. All BOCES students who are taking the Regents should plan to sit for the exam. They will be excused from BOCES that day. The rest of the Regents exams and some local final exams will be held from June 14-June 23. We will send out details for these days in the coming weeks. Thank you. Sincerely, Ms. Brand and Mr. Baxter

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  • SHHS Student Government Fundraiser

    Help us raise money for SHHS Student Government! Shop the eco-friendly collection from the comfort of your home. You’ll find perfect gear for a waste-free life, beautiful totes, and festive holiday items, or you can make a direct donation now through May 20! https://www.boonsupply.com/collections/616686-shhs-student-government

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School students celebrate Poetry Month

    On Friday, April 22, Sleepy Hollow High School students from Katherine Donahue’s Creative Writing class and Literary Magazine Club visited Bethany Arts Community in Ossining for a poetry workshop led by teaching artist Maddy Clifford, aka “MADLines.” The students were led through a series of brainstorming and open conversations about the definitions of poetry and were given time to create their own work which was shared with the class. When asked what two gems they would take away from the experience, the students expressed that "Poetry is urgent" and the importance of "writing every day." Thank you to The Pocantico Center of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund for their partnership in supporting this workshop.

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  • AP Exam Schedule

    Please click on the headline above to see a detailed schedule. All students must report to their exam location at 7:45AM for morning exams and 11:45AM for afternoon exams. Most AP Exams will be held in the Korean Church(KC) except Music Theory, Spanish Language, French Language and Spanish Literature which will be held at the high school.(SHHS) All students must bring number 2 pencils, dark blue/black ink pens and any required calculators to their exam room. Students with approved College Board accommodations should see Mrs. Bonitatibus or Mr. Franco for room assignment. Questions? See either Mrs. Bonitatibus or Mr. Franco for help.

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  • Seven SHHS Student-Athletes Honored at Signing Ceremony  as they Prepare for College Careers

    Seven student-athletes proudly marked the culmination of their SHHS athletic careers at the recent college signing ceremony, where each student celebrated their final college decisions, their hard work over the years, and their commitment to their sports at the college level. SHHS congratulates seniors Juliana Largess, Sabrina Conrad, Max McClung, Alfredo Rodriguez, John Nisco, Alexa Charles and Robert Lustyik as each prepares for their post-high school journeys. Please click here to learn what’s on the horizon for each of these outstanding Horsemen upon graduation.

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  • The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Celebrate the Class of 2022 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

    The district is proud to announce that Ryan Lyppens and Charis Polycarpou have earned the ranking of valedictorian and salutatorian for the Class of 2022. Ryan and Charis have each achieved incredible academic success while also pursuing a variety of extracurricular activities. Notably, Ryan has been enrolled in the district since kindergarten and Charis entered in first grade.

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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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  • Freshman Class Fundraiser at Chipotle - This Saturday!

    Want to have a great meal and support the class of 2024 at the same time?  Join the sophomore class at Chipotle on Sunday, 5/1/22. CHIPOTLE FUNDRAISER FOR SLEEPY HOLLOW HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2024 33% OF EVENT SALES GET DONATED TO THE CAUSE SUNDAY, MAY 1ST | 4-8PM 405 TARRYTOWN RD, WHITE PLAINS, NY, 10607 ORDER ONLINE FOR PICKUP USING CODE 4EBX2EG Or Bring the attached flyer to the restaurant.

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  • Teen Vaping: Nicotine and Marijuana Use

    Click on title to see Student Assistance Services and Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Presentation: Let's Talk About Vaping

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  • Art Honor Society Held a Successful Campbell Soup Can Drive for Youth Art Month

    March was Youth Art Month and the Sleepy Hollow High School Art Honor Society decided to support the community in a unique way by collecting Campbell soup cans to donate to the newly established food pantry at the high school. The food drive theme is inspired by pop artist Andy Warhol who frequently painted images of Campbell's Soup cans. The Art Honor Society collected approximately two hundred cans and nonperishable items which will be distributed to SHHS families. The Art Honor Society was established in 2013 to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. Modeled after the National Art Honor Society the SHHS Art Honor Society encourages our members to attain the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service. Pictured above is Maddy Morgan and Mararet Andruss, Co-presidents. SHHS Visual and Media Arts Department Chair, Angela Langston is the SH Arts Honor Society advisor.

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  • March 17th Parent Teacher Conference Links

    Dear Parents and Guardians, We have compiled a master list of google meet conference links for all teachers. Please refer to this list and click on the google meet link of your child’s teacher at your scheduled time. You will need to wait to be admitted by the teacher. Please be aware that it might take a moment for a teacher to admit you as he or she wraps up their previous meeting. Thank you.

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  • Let's Talk About Vaping

    Join our Student Assistance Counselor, Gina Donahue, for an important update on youth vaping and the implication for parents and caregivers. This is a virtual meeting. Wednesday, March 30th  Session 1: 6:30 - 7:15 pm Session 2 (with translation)  7:15 - 8 PM For virtual meeting access, please click on the link in the flyer below. 

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  • Need a Sweet Treat? We Got It! Support the Freshman Class Cupcake Sale

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  • #OneWord 2022

    In light of the challenges of the last several years, the students in Ms. Kutch’s middle and high school health classes have entered the New Year with a renewed sense of optimism and focus. Students were tasked with selecting one word that best summarized their physical, mental, emotional, social and/or spiritual health goals for 2022, which they shared through the creation of personalized #OneWord2022 digital displays. The purpose of the display is to help students remain focused while working to achieve the goals they have established for themselves. Unlike a resolution, a single word can not be broken. Check out some of the #OneWord2022 digital displays! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1VlKZFCRFVOBPePbtPL1Yqnv9SLzWnqmxXUVAQ-3n02k/edit#slide=id.g10c5c161b3d_0_978

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  • As Part of Ongoing Commitment to Stopping Bullying SHHS Participates In No Hate Tour Virtual Assembly

    What do successful stars like Magic Johnson, Bethany Hamilton, Tony Hawk, and Dixie D’Amelio have in common? They are all individuals who are passionate about bringing social awareness to bullying and suggesting actionable methods for prevention. Together, they—alongside many other high-profile celebrities— participate in a program called No Hate Tour, where they have an opportunity to speak directly to students and share their personal experiences and advice. This year, Sleepy Hollow High School was selected as one of five schools in New York State to be awarded the program.

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  • Student Government Fundraiser

    Click on the Headline above for photos of our spirit bracelets! Preorder by 2/18/22 for delivery in April. Original bracelets $8.00, braided bracelets $10.00.

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  • SHHS Annual Toy Drive for Blythedale Children's Hospital

    It's time for the SHHS Annual Toy Drive for Blythedale Children's Hospital. Help Make this Holiday Season festive and bright! Donations Due to High School Room 202C by Friday, 12/17. Gifts needed for ages Pre-K through HS! Gift Suggestions: Board games, cars, dolls, coloring books, costume jewelry, big/regular legos, footballs, anything nerf, anything sports related, card games, arts and craft sets, art supplies. New, unopened gifts only, please! SHHS Students only: To volunteer to collect and wrap gifts, see Ms. Dreher. Email kdreher@tufsd.org for information.

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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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  • Parent Teacher Conferences 12/1

    We have compiled a master list of google meet links for all teachers for tomorrow's Parent Teacher Conferences. Please refer to this link and click on the google meet link of your child’s teacher at your scheduled time. You will need to wait to be admitted by the teacher to the room. Please be aware that it might take a moment for a teacher to admit you as he or she wraps up their previous meeting. If you have issues accessing the file or the meets, please use your child's school google account. Please note that the links are only for parents who have scheduled an appointment in advance. If for any reason you were unable to schedule an appointment and would like to speak to a teacher about your child's progress or if you are concerned about an issue that should not wait, please contact the teacher or guidance counselor. The district’s staff directory is on the SHHS website or at this link.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Presents Radium Girls

    The Sleepy Hollow High School fall drama returns with our actors performing Radium Girls! Tickets for performances this Friday and Saturday are limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. Donations to Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts are greatly appreciated.

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  • National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

    The National Honor Society is proud to hold it's induction ceremony on Tuesday, November 9th at 7:00 pm. Auditorium capacity is limited to students only. As such, we have made arrangements to live stream the ceremony for families and friends. Please tune in using the link below.

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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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  • Math and Science Honor Society Induction Ceremony

    The Math and Science Honor Societies are proud to hold their induction ceremony on Tuesday, October 26th at 7:00 pm. Auditorium capacity is limited to students only. As such, we have made arrangements to live stream the ceremony for families and friends. Please tune in using the link below.

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