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  • SHHS Academic Awards Night 6/15/21

    Academic Awards Night is a celebration to recognize the hard work of our seniors and acknowledge a wide range of award recipients and scholarship winners. We encourage our award recipients and their guests to arrive early. Check in begins at 5:30. As guests are limited to two per recipient, The event will be live streamed for family and friends to watch as it takes place. https://events.locallive.tv/events/54830

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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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  • Science Research Students Present Findings To The Community

    Eight Sleepy Hollow High School seniors presented their findings at the annual Science Research Symposium on May 25, the culmination of their work in the Advanced Science Research Program over the past three years. Seniors Isabella Chambers, Olivia Chambers, Emma Correia, Sebastian Fernandez, Arya Glenn, Sydney Schulz, Melanie Urgiles and Maya Weitzen explained their real-world research to a small, live audience and to viewers at home.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Sophomores Compete at Science Research Competition

    Sixteen Sleepy Hollow High School sophomores competed at the virtual Somers Science Research Competition on June 5, joining nearly 500 students from 33 schools.

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  • Rose Ceremony

    The Rose Ceremony involving Seniors and 1st graders will take place Tuesday, June 8th at 9:30 AM. The event is being held for students only. Family and friends may view the event live, via the following link: https://events.locallive.tv/events/54081 .

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Students Shine in the Face of Adversity

    No one can deny the fact that students encountered challenges like no other during the academic year due to COVID-19. Juniors and seniors displayed the characteristics of resilience and strength as they were inducted into the many academic honor societies represented at Sleepy Hollow High School. "The entire administration recognizes all our students who remained committed to their academic goals during these trying times,” said Assistant Superintendent for Administration and Instruction Dr. Gail Duffy. “Membership in an honor society recognizes scholarship and is a pledge to serve others. We applaud the students and their advisors who continue to strive for excellence."

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  • Spirit Week 6/1 - 6/4

    Important Information – Spirit Week June 2021 Spirit Week is a school wide event in which classes compete in numerous events including a canned food drive, game night, dress up days, hall decoration, class cheer, banner design and more. Spirit Week is June 1-June 4th.We have many activities planned and want to keep you updated with what is going on. The Food Drive will run Tuesday through Friday. Remote students who would like to participate in activities MUST complete attestation and have temperatures checked prior to admittance. Only students of Sleepy Hollow High School are permitted at the activities. Tues, 6/1 ‘Teacher Tuesday’ Game Day Game Day – 2-3pm on football field (Various activities and relay races, will be streamed to students in their homerooms) Work Day Wed, 6/2 ‘Tie Dye vs. Monochrome’ Dodgeball Dodgeball - 2-3pm on football field ( will be streamed to students in their homerooms) Work day Thursday, 6/3 ‘Battle of the Seasons’ (9th winter, 10th fall, 11th spring, 12th summer) Work day – no later than 8:30pm Friday, 6/4 Class Color Day Class Cheer, Banner and Spirit Week Court will be presented on the football field (will be streamed to students in their homerooms) All events have been modified for safety and social distancing. Participants will pre-register for events and will be required to wear masks. Hand sanitizer will be provided for all events. WINNERS OF SPIRIT WEEK WILL BE ANNOUNCED Monday June 7 Class advisors and officers are here to help with Spirit Week along with the many other important events throughout your child’s high school experience – they coordinate planning, activities, etc. (For example, most classes order shirts with their class color/theme on it that students can purchase – please check with class advisors.) Class advisors: 9th grade: Stephanie Mora smora@tufsd.org Dave Erenberg derenberg@tufsd.org 10th grade: Kristina Sarr ksarr@tufsd.org Yubeline Almonte yalmonte@tufsd.o

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Film Festival 5/18/21

    The Sleepy Hollow Art Honor Society Presents: The Sleepy Hollow High School Film Festival! Please join us in celebrating the first annual Sleepy Hollow High School Film Festival on May 18th at 7:00 pm. The festival will feature the work of students in our school. Admission is free, but donations are greatly appreciated and will help support Art Scholarships. Donations may be made online through paypal until Friday, 5/21/21 at paypal.me/TarrytownSchools Cash or check donations may be dropped off at the SHHS Main office, to the attention of Ms. Angela Langston. Please make checks payable to Public Schools of the Tarrytowns with "SHHSFF" in the memo. Please use this link to tune into the event: meet.google.com/ynr-kfub-yym

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  • SHHS Students Celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week with a Thank You Video

    Sleepy Students Celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week with a Thank You Video The National Education Association announced that this Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2-8, 2021, we are saying 'thank you’ to the extraordinary educators who have worked tirelessly with students and families to keep things moving forward, despite such an unpredictable year. Students enrolled in the Digital News course at SHHS decided to interview their peers to create a thank you video for their teachers. The students wanted to express their appreciation for the lengths that the teachers have gone to during the pandemic to ensure that students have had a positive learning experience and that the students had the tools to cope, grow and thrive.

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  • Foreign Language Honor Society Induction

    The Sleepy Hollow High School Foreign Language Honor Society will be celebrating its induction ceremony on Thursday, April 29th, 2021, at 7pm. This will be a virtual event, and all are welcome! Please use the associated link to join us; the program for the event is also provided. Please remember to stay on mute throughout the program so that we can all fully enjoy our speakers and performers. Hasta pronto, à bientôt and a presto a tutti!

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  • Lockdown Drill Scheduled for This Week

    Please be advised that Sleepy Hollow High School and Middle School will be conducting a lockdown drill this week. We will send notification once it begins and when it has been completed. Thank you. Por favor, tenga en cuenta que la Escuela Secundaria y la Escuela Intermedia de Sleepy Hollow llevarán a cabo un simulacro de cierre de emergencia esta semana. Enviaremos una notificación una vez que comience y cuando se haya completado. Gracias.

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  • SHHS is Proud to Announce the First SHHS Film Festival

    The Art Honor Society Presents... The Sleepy Hollow High School Film Festival All submissions are due April 6th. Requirements: Film must be between 2-5 minutes long Anyone in the high school (including teachers) are welcome to participate Admission to festival will be free for all Donations will be accepted. Submit your film through the AHS Google Classroom or email it to: SHHSfilmfestival@gmail.com

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Drama Club Performs Virtually

    This year, the Sleepy Hollow Players have produced “Almost, Maine", a play that explores love, loss, and hope, set in a mythical Maine town and served with a touch of magic realism. All rehearsals and performances have been done through Google Meet and Zoom and proved to be quite challenging due to all the technical aspects, but the actors have persevered.

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  • SHHS Freshman Shares Art in Response to Racial Violence

    SHHS Freshman, Nina Lyppens, shares art she created using an Eastern technique called Notan. Nōtan (濃淡) is a Japanese word, meaning dark-light, there is no English language equivalent. It embodies an ancient Eastern concept, in which all things exist as inseparable and in perfect harmony. An idea similar to an ecosystem. If one component is removed the whole systems will be effected. Within black and white opposites, there is no conflict, the opposites ‘complement,’ each other. Neither seeks to negate or dominate over the other, they only to relate together in perfect balance because the are equal. The white shape has the same equal weight as the black and visa versa. In the video, Nina explains her artwork in this video and shares, "I hope that you will be able to share this Art to represent how we are all equally beautiful no matter how different we look and how we all need one another."

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  • Congratulations to the SHHS Math Team

    Ryan Lyppens, Kaitlyn Chen, Samuel Levitan, and Austin Chin have officially been invited to the All County Math Team for 2020-2021 and will represent Putnam and Westchester County at the New York State Math League Spring Competition on April 17th. The students were selected based on their excellent performances on the six Westchester Math League Competitions held this year. They will virtually participate in a variety of math challenges, including the Team Round, the Theme Round, Individual Rounds, and Collaborative Relay Rounds. Congratulations Ryan, Kaitlyn, Sam and Austin and thank you to Math Team Advisor Mrs. Maureen Hickey for all of her hard work and dedication this year!

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  • SHHS Senior's film selected for Reel Exposure International Teen Film & Photo Festival

    The SHHS Art and Media Department is pleased to announce that senior Michale Rosario's film, A Brother's Love, was selected for the Reel Exposure International Teen Film & Photo Festival. The festival features photography and youth-produced short films – narratives, animation, experimental and documentary – created by talented young artists from across the world. This film festival highlights youth creativity, features a teen perspective on many important issues, and showcases the incredible work done by the next generation of media-makers. The festival will take place virtually on April 8 & 9, 2021 at 7pm. Michael is a Co-President of Sleepy Hollow High School's Art Honor Society and is the creator and coordinator of Sleepy's first student film festival which will take place on May 13th.

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  • Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences: Links for Meets

    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.

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  • Parent Teacher Conferences

    February 26, 2021 Dear Parents and Guardians: It is almost time for our second and final, Family Conference Night of the school year. This year, it is scheduled for Thursday, March 11th. In the interest of the health and safety of our community, we have decided to hold these conferences virtually. We will again use an electronic system for conference scheduling. Parents can begin using the electronic conference scheduling system on Monday, March 1st at 9:00 am. Individual virtual appointments with teachers may be scheduled between 3:15 and 4:15 p.m. and from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. on March 11th. The deadline for parents to schedule a virtual conference will be Tuesday, March 9th at 9:00 am.

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  • Virtual Blood Drive

    Pre COVID-19, New York Blood Center came to you. Now we need you to come to us! Sleepy Hollow High School invites you to donate blood at an NYBC donor center or local community blood drive near you! Click Here to find a location near you or Contact Jennifer McCorry at (516) 477-5872 or jmccorry@nybc.org for an appointment Donate between March 1 to March 31 Use group code (07430) to be a part of this special lifesaving “virtual” event

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  • Valentine’s Day Messages

    The Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Boosters are getting creative this year with a number of safe and fun ways to raise awareness of the Boosters' mission and raise some funds in the process. The "Singing" telegram fundraiser this month proved to be a hit!

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  • SHHS Important Updates for the Week of 2/22

    Dear Parents and Guardians, This week’s letter will be brief as next week our school is closed for winter recess. I hope you and your family enjoy your time together. Please note that moving forward, I will no longer provide weekly letter updates. To minimize emails, I will only communicate significant events and changes to the school calendar. Feel free to reference the weekly district updates for reminders about the cohort schedule. Please see the schedule for the week after the break and the announcements below: Monday, February 22nd - EVEN day, regular bell schedule, Cohort A Tuesday, February 23rd - ODD day, regular bell schedule, Cohort A *Wednesday, February 24th - EVEN day, 2 hour delay bell schedule, Cohort A *Thursday, February 25th - ODD day, assembly bell schedule, Cohort B Friday, February 26th - EVEN day, regular bell schedule, Cohort B

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  • February 6th ACT Cancelled

    The ACTs scheduled for this Saturday, February 6th, have been cancelled. Registration fees will be refunded. For additional information you may contact ACT at https://www.act.org/ or 319-337-1510

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  • SHHS Important Updates for the Week of 2/1

    Dear Parents and Guardians, Today marks the end of our first semester, and our second marking period. It has been a semester unlike any other. I am grateful for all of the hard work of our students and staff. I am also grateful for your continued partnership and support. We look forward to the second semester with hope for better days to come. If your child is beginning a new course this semester, please remind him or her to check their schedule and to join the google classroom for their new classes. The schedule for next week and important announcements are below.

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  • SHHS Important Updates for the Week of 1/19

    Dear Parents and Guardians, During this time in the school year, we usually notify students and parents about midterm week and the administration of the January Regents exams. As you know, this school year has not been a traditional one. With the cancellation of the January Regents exams and to account for some of the frequent interruptions to the blended learning schedule, we have decided to make midterm week a regular week of instruction (following the cohort schedule). As we approach the end of the 1st semester on Friday, January 29th, quarterly assessments and/or final projects will be assigned in lieu of midterm exams. If you have specific questions about the end of the marking period assignments, please reach out to your child’s teacher directly. The schedule for next week and important announcements are below. Monday, January 18th - School Closed for Observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Tuesday, January 19th - ODD day, regular bell schedule, Cohort A Wednesday, January 20th - EVEN day, regular bell schedule, Cohort A Thursday, January 21st - ODD day, regular bell schedule, Cohort B Friday, January 22nd - EVEN day, regular bell schedule, Cohort B

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Student Named STS Scholar

    The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns congratulates senior Maya Weitzen on her selection as a scholar in the Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS) competition. The STS is the nation's oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for seniors. This year, students from across the nation submitted 1760 research papers and Maya is one of just 300 students selected for this honor.

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