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  • WESEF Winners

    Congratulations to all of 14 of our Sleepy Hollow High School students who competed in the Regeneron Westchester Science and Engineering Fair on Saturday, March 16 at Sleepy Hollow High School. Approximately 600 students from Westchester and Putnam Counties competed in the event where they presented their science research projects and were judged five times by five different judges.

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  • Prom Panel

    Sleepy Hollow High School seniors had a critical conversation about the consequences of using drugs and alcohol on prom night and during graduation season.

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  • Hidden Mischief

    Would you know what to look for if you suspected your teen of using drugs or alcohol? Take a walk through our simulated teen bedroom and see if you can spot the hidden mischief and drug references! Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 Time:7pm-8pm(Bedroom will be set up from 6:30pm) Location: Sleepy Hollow High School Library If you have any questions, please contact: Gina Donahue, Student Assistance Counselor – gdonahue@tufsd.org (914)-332-6229 *This event is for parents/guardians ONLY. Students will not be allowed in library.

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  • Choosing Kindness

    Sleepy Hollow High School students danced in the aisles of the auditorium today as they listened to the world-renowned band called Flame perform in their school. The performance was the culmination of a day called “Spread the Word to End the Word,” a movement to ban the “R” word.

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  • Tri-M Music Honor Society Induction

    The Tri-M Music Honor Society and Performing Arts Department Chair Micah Sprague welcomed approximately 20 new members on Thursday night during its annual induction ceremony. Vice-President Cameron Allan explained the history and significance of the Tri-M Honor Society to the audience. Tri-M recognizes students for their academic and musical achievements and is designed to inspire them to pursue music. The Honor Society rewards outstanding students for their accomplishments and service activities and identifies those who excel at music and leadership.

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  • Student Parking Information

    Effective January 28, students will no longer be permitted to park on Webber Drive. Students will be permitted to park on the high school side of Route 9 between the HS driveway and Korean Church from 7:30 AM until 3:30 PM. Parking permits must be displayed. Juniors and Seniors who want a parking permit for the third marking period must sign up with Ms. Lobato and complete an application.

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  • All After School and Evening Activities Cancelled Today 1/29/19

    Due to the anticipated inclement weather, all after school and evening activities are canceled today. This includes Junior College Night and SAT Prep Class. Debido a la inclemencias del tiempo, todas las actividades extraescolares y de esta noche serán canceladas. Esto incluye el curso de preparación para el SAT y la noche universitaria para estudiantes de 11 grado.

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  • Special Olympics Honor

    Sleepy Hollow High School has been recognized by Special Olympics as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School for its initiatives that promote inclusion of students with different abilities. SHHS received a banner that states, "Choose to Include".

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  • Alumni Dialogue Day

    Managing your time, making friends and getting along with your roommate. These were just some of the topics new Sleepy Hollow High School alumni shared with current seniors. A panel of a dozen graduates from the Class of ’18 participated in today’s Alumni Dialogue Day in the high school auditorium

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  • SHHS Mid Year Exam Schedule

    Below is the link to the Mid Year Exam Schedule. Please note the following emergency rescheduling procedures:

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  • For Your Information

    In an effort to make the drop off and pick up of students safer, please be mindful to pull all the way forward into the traffic circle. I also ask that you not park your vehicles in the traffic circle (at anytime). Please utilize the visitor parking spaces if you need to come into the building. Also, please be mindful of students walking in the crosswalk and adhere to the posted stop signs. In addition, a monitor will be out in the mornings to further assist with traffic. I thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding as our goal is to ensure that traffic flows smoothly, efficiently, and safely. I wish you and your families a wonderful holiday season.

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  • Mock Trial

    What is Mock Trial? Essentially, Mock Trial is more or less what it sounds like: High school students form a team and act out a civil or criminal trial by arguing for either the prosecution/plaintiff or defense side against another High School team, which acts as the opposing side. The NYS bar association creates a fictional case every year, and provides the teams with all the appropriate information they need to prepare and try the case, including witness statements, evidence and all the rules.

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  • Middle States Accreditation Parent Survey

    We are pleased to announce that Sleepy Hollow High School is once again preparing for our re-accreditation from the Middle States Association of Elementary and Secondary Schools. Every seven years, member schools are invited to examine standards and practices to ensure they are achieving at the highest levels. This examination includes input from all stakeholders, including students, parents, faculty, and staff members.

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  • Honoring Veterans

    When Cameron Allan was in third grade he heard students playing the trumpet and he knew that was the instrument he wanted to learn. Maybe it was the rendition of the Star Wars theme that caught his attention, but he was hooked. Now another melody captures his interest but for a different reason. The senior at Sleepy Hollow High School plays Taps at veterans’ services in Westchester. “It is an honor. I face the flag and I can see something in the eyes of the veterans. They are remembering,” said Allan.

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  • International Banquet

    Eliza Groze studies French at Sleepy Hollow High School but she enjoys learning about other cultures and attending the Foreign Language Honor Society’s International Banquet allows her to do just that. “I like to discover how people live and their history,” said Groze who is the Co-Vice President. “The banquet and honor society offer a global perspective.”

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  • Congratulations to Our State Musician

    Congratulations to junior Lucy Rogers! She will be representing SHHS this week at the New York State School Music Association All-State Conference. Lucy was selected as one of the top tuba players in the state and will be performing in the All-State Wind Ensemble.

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  • Family Science Night

    VISUAL STORY: The Sleepy Hollow High School Science Honor Society presented its annual Family Science Night. Hundreds of students and their families took part in the event on Nov. 15.

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  • Celebrating Their Roots

    Many ENL students now studying in Sleepy Hollow High School left family and friends behind when they journeyed to America to start a new life. Assimilating into a new culture hasn’t always been easy. “They think we are not intelligent because we don’t know English,” said Keyri Yance, a junior who emigrated from Ecuador. Her friend Nicole Urbina agreed. “I don’t know anyone, and it is difficult making friends.” Urbina, also a junior, left Chile three years ago.

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  • Done To Death

    When a group of mystery writers get together to write a television script what else would you expect – but murder! Sleepy Hollow High School students bring the roles to life this weekend when they perform Fred Carmichael’s comedic murder mystery “Done to Death.”

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  • National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

    The Sleepy Hollow High School Chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed more than 80 new members during its fall induction ceremony. Students who show superiority in scholarship, leadership, and character are invited to apply for this prestigious organization.

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  • No Shave November

    Sleepy Hollow High School administrators, teachers and staff members are tossing aside their razors for a good cause – The American Cancer Society. Please join them! No Shave November is a month-long initiative to forgo the luxury of shaving in order to show support for those battling cancer and to raise awareness of the need for vital cancer research

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  • Student Musicians Honored

    Congratulations to our Sleepy Hollow High School musicians who have been recognized for their musical accomplishments.

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  • Westchester County Free Flu Shots

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  • AP Chemistry visits Pace Environmental University Day

    Students from the AP Chemistry class attended the annual Environmental University Day at the Pace Pleasantville campus on Wednesday, October 17th. The students were taught by Pace professors and were introduced to "Ada"

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