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  • Happy Holidays

    Here are some moments our Sleepy Hollow students shared this Holiday Season! Enjoy!

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  • Santa's Special Visit

    Look who stopped by John Paulding on his way to the North Pole! The Boys Varsity Football team escorted Santa into the District on December 20 to the surprise and delight of our youngest students! We hope his sleigh and reindeer

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  • The Morse Sensory Paths

    When you walk on the first and third floors at W.L. Morse, your eyes can not miss the brightly colored ‘sensory path’ that guides you through the hallways. The pathways, marked by flowers, handprints and swirls, is designed to help students refocus and release energy. In a traditional school setting, that energy can cause stress and could deter a student from achieving his or her best work. First-grader Isla Sheehan utilizes the sensory pathway to improve her concentration. She twirls and spins. “I use it a lot. It helps me calm down,” she said.

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  • Communication Needs Classrooms Make Gingerbread Houses

    The students in the Communication Needs Classrooms spent a fun filled afternoon Friday with old friends and past teachers making holiday crafts. The activities were held at Washington Irving School where old friendships were rekindled, new ones started, and community was built.

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  • No Shave Results

    Our Sleepy Hollow High School community showed its giving spirit last month by contributing $2200 to the American Cancer Society during No Shave November

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  • Kindergartners Perform Read Alouds at Their Very Own Coffee Shop

    Entrepreneurial kindergartners at John Paulding turned their classroom into Starbooks, John Paulding's unique version of a coffee shop. What made this one special is the original books created by each student and the read-alouds to kick off the event.

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