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  • 64th Annual Recognition Ceremony

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  • Incoming 6th Grade Orientation

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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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  • SHMS 3Q 20-21 Honor Roll List

    Enter here to see the recipients of our third quarter Honor Roll Awards!

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  • Teaching Poetry

    During the month of April Ms. Martinez’ 8th grade English Language Learners explored poetry for social justice. The class read poems by Alma Flor Ada, George Ella Lyon, Linda Christensen, and Salvadoran poet Roque Dalton. Students learned that poetry can be playful, that it can include everyday language, and it can celebrate and reflect their own roots, their family members, their ancestors, and their communities. Students began to write their own versions of the poem “Where I’m From” and while building their confidence with writing they realized the power of their words and how they can influence others

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  • Sleepy Hollow Middle School Students Enrich Social Studies Lessons Through Dance

    The Red Hot Chili Pepper team at Sleepy Hollow Middle School participated in an exclusive virtual dance workshop earlier this month with Step Afrika!, expanding their knowledge of African culture and how dance is used as a means to communicate. As part of Michelle Sciullo's social studies classes, students study the history of the Eastern Hemisphere. The sixth graders researched African countries when learning about ancient Egyptian culture

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  • Increasing In-person Instruction: 5 Days

    Click to view Increasing In-Person Instruction Information

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  • National Junior Honor Society

    Attention all students interested in applying for National Junior Honor Society! Applications are now available by clicking here! ¡Atención a todos los estudiantes interesados en postularse para la Sociedad Nacional de Honor Juvenil! ¡Las aplicaciones ya están disponible haciendo clic aquí!

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  • Tarrytown Celebrates Pearl Harbor Centenarian

    It takes a special kind of person to endear themselves to both children and adults for decades and that is exactly what sets Sleepy Hollow resident Armando “Chick” Galella apart from others. On Jan. 4, the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns wished Galella, a Pearl Harbor survivor, a Happy 100th Birthday and threw him a virtual party with family members, faculty, school leaders and students in attendance. Galella turned 100 years young on New Year’s Day.

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  • SHMS 1Q 20-21 Honor Roll List

    Enter here to see the recipients of our first quarter Honor Roll Awards!

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  • AUDIO RECORDINGS BY SH ORCHESTRA

    This collection of audio recordings by the Sleepy Hollow Middle School Orchestras and the Sleepy Hollow High School Orchestra, represent the hard work and determination of our Sleepy Hollow music students! Rehearsing synchronously with remote and hybrid students has been extremely challenging, but the Orchestra students of Sleepy Hollow have shown that they will not be held back by this Pandemic! Under the direction of Mrs. Brittney Concia (formerly Trenczer), the string students in both the Middle and High School have risen to the occasion! Thank you to the Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Boosters who funded the creation of these recordings involving the High School and Middle School Orchestras. The string players of both schools submitted individual audio files and Eric Dalton from Eric Dalton Productions put the recordings together. Lastly, thank you to the publishers for granting us permission to record these pieces. Bravo Sleepy Hollow!

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  • Sleepy Hollow Middle School Reopening Presentation

    Click to view the SHMS Reopening Presentations

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  • Quarantine Brings Out Creativity in Sleepy Hollow Students

    As students in the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns worked from home this past spring, they learned to express themselves in new and different ways. Sleepy Hollow Middle School and High School students, for example, created virtual art galleries and took part in projects that taught them about photography, drawing, graphic arts and videography. These are skills that they can continue to explore.

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  • Hudson Scholars Program Continues to Thrive During Pandemic

    This summer, 57 rising sixth through ninth graders from the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns are meeting up virtually with Hackley Upper School mentors as part of Hudson Scholars. The program provides enrichment for academically promising low-income middle school students. A team of passionate teachers and Hackley student mentors provide the younger students with academic instruction and the development of character, leadership and social/emotional skills.

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  • Congratulations to our 8th Grade Class of 2020

    Please enjoy this video.

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  • National Junior Honor Society Inductees

    Click here to see the National Junior Honor Society Inductees

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  • Congratulations to the 8th Grade Award and Honor Recipients

    Please click here to view recipients.

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  • Foreign Language Selection Form

    Please click here to find the form.

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  • SHMS 3Q 19-20 Honor Roll List

    Enter here to see the recipients of our third quarter Honor Roll Awards!

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  • IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING THE WASHINGTON DC TRIP

    Please click here for further information. For information on the refund process please click here.

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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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  • Student Scientists

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School students learn from scientists and get hands-on experience at Regeneron in Sleepy Hollow. Learn more aboSleepy 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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  • Sixth-Grade School Hike

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School students enjoyed their first hike of the school year on Sept. 20 when they explored the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail. Sixth-graders, all of whom are members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers Team, are students in Michelle Sciullo, Kirk Dietz, Mayerlin Strippoli and Mayra Yepes’ classes. This is one of the many team traditions for sixth-graders. Students had the opportunity to join the runners’ group or take a more leisurely stroll along the path. The activity builds community allowing students get to know each other and their teachers on a more personal level. An added benefit, students from the runners’ group often join the cross-country team in seventh-grade.

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  • No One Eats Alone

    Here is a visual story that presents some of the moments from No One Eats Alone Day at Sleepy Hollow Middle School. Students joined together on Sept. 20, for an afternoon of fun and companionship.

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  • Remember and Serve

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School students weren’t born when the 9/11 attacks occurred 18 years ago. As the anniversary of the attacks approached, Principal Joshua Whitham confronted a challenge: how to teach the history but also do something actionable. Whitham discovered the answer with the assistance of 911day.org and United for the Troops, two organizations with which he partnered over the summer.

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