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  •  Middle School "Lunch Buddies" Program Returns, Focusing on Inclusivity

    Middle School "Lunch Buddies" Program Returns, Focusing on Inclusivity

    Throughout the district, we are excited to bring back so many of our initiatives from prior to covid.  At Sleepy Hollow Middle School, one of those initiatives is “Lunch Buddies,” a social skills peer lunch program that was started in 2018 by Jennica Vieira and Kelly Whelan with the goal of inclusion.  

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  •  SHHS Drama Performance

    SHHS Drama Performs to Packed Houses

    Arsenic and Old Lace, a dark comedy that was a huge hit in the 1940’s, captivated audiences during the performances of Sleepy Hollow High School students this weekend. 

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  •  7th Graders Plant Daffodil Bulbs As Part of Sustainability Project

    7th Graders Plant Daffodil Bulbs As Part of Sustainability Project

    As part of our ongoing conversations about Sustainability, our 7th graders were given 14 daffodil bulbs to go home last weekend for planting.

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  •  Superintendent's Update: November 18, 2022

    Superintendent's Update: November 18, 2022

    Superintendent Chris Borsari shares his weekly update, complete with important reminders and information for families. Click here to read this week's update.

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  •  Science Night Brings Hands-On Fun to K-5 Students

    Science Night Brings Hands-On Fun to K-5 Students

    Science! Our Kindergarten through fifth graders couldn’t get enough at the district’s annual Family Science Night. Sponsored by the Horseman PTA, the yearly event presented by SHHS science faculty with the support of Science Honors Society students mesmerized eager science learners with demonstrations teaching aspects of chemistry and physics.

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  •  Special Update from Board President John Paine

    Special Update from Board President John Paine

    Please see the attached special update from our Board President, John Paine, regarding our Superintendent Chris Borsari.

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  •  Arsenic and Old Lace: November 17 & 18

    Arsenic and Old Lace: November 17 & 18

    Come see Arsenic and Old Lace at Sleepy Hollow High School!  The show opens Friday, 11/18 at 7PM with shows Saturday 11/19 at 2 PM and 7 PM. 

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  •  6th Grade Hits The Road From Class Room To Screening Room

    6th Grade Hits The Road From Class Room To Screening Room

    It was a double first for both Sleep Hollow Middle School 6th graders and the Jacob Burns Film Education Center for “Class Room to the Screening Room.” Normally the field trip reserved for the older Middle School Grades, but the 6th grade team felt the students were ready to participate in the program, and for the Burns team this was their first event of the 2022 school year, and neither disappointed.

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  •  Tarrytown Music Hall To Follow the Yellow Brick Road Back to Washington Irving

    Tarrytown Music Hall To Follow the Yellow Brick Road Back to Washington Irving

    The Tarrytown Music Hall has been back at Washington Irving this fall with a new residency: The Wizard of Oz. Over fifty WI students in grades 3rd-5th had the opportunity to participate in the two-week program with the beloved theater production, which culminates in performances on November 17.

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  •  Una Fiesta De Todo El Día: An Ongoing Celebration of Hispanic Heritage

    Una Fiesta De Todo El Día: An Ongoing Celebration of Hispanic Heritage

    It was una fiesta de todo el dia for Sleepy Hollow Middle Schoolers as they continued the celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Culture, which is so important to our diverse student body. The day-long events included lessons given by eighth graders to sixth graders and was capped off by an electrifying vocal performance by Folklore Urbano at a school wide assembly.

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  •  Superintendent's Update: November 11, 2022

    Superintendent's Update: November 11, 2022

    Superintendent Chris Borsari shares his weekly update, complete with important reminders and information for families. Click here to read this week's update.

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  •  Veteran's Day Bench Dedication at SHMS

    Honoring Our Veterans

    We pause today to observe Veterans Day and send our deep appreciation to our veterans and their families for their sacrifice, love of country, and willingness to serve for the common good.  We had various events at our schools, including a special dedication to beloved Tarrytown resident and WWII veteran Chick Galella at the top of the hill in front of Sleepy Hollow Middle School.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Students Cast Their Mid-Term Votes in Mock Election

    Sleepy Hollow High School Students Cast Their Mid-Term Votes in Mock Election

    Although the majority of Sleepy Hollow High School students aren’t yet eligible to vote in the mid-terms, they have still taken a significant interest in the election process, the candidates and their causes.  Social Studies students created a Voter's Guide with information on the candidates , and then participated in a mock election based on their research and presentations.

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  •  Digital Journalism Students Learn "Show, Don't Tell" Film Technique

    Digital Journalism Students Learn "Show, Don't Tell" Film Technique

    Students in Mrs. Aragona’s 8th grade Digital Journalism classes took a field trip to the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville to participate in a foundational workshop, using the technique “Show, don’t tell.” We can’t wait to see how the students continually apply these new learnings in their Digital Journalism class!

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  •  Horsemen Happenings: November 2022

    Horsemen Happenings: November 2022

    Our district is proud to release the latest edition of our ongoing digital newsletter, featuring recent news and accomplishments within our schools. Click here to see the new issue.

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  •  Superintendent's Update: November 4, 2022

    Superintendent's Update: November 4, 2022

    Superintendent Chris Borsari shares his weekly update, complete with important reminders and information for families. Click here to read this week's update.

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  •  Halloween in the “Hollow” - JP Halloween Parade

    Halloween in the “Hollow”

    Halloween in the “Hollow” has long been a special day and one that is very community-oriented. That community spirit was found at our elementary school parades as middle and high school students came out to cheer on our younger Horsemen as they marched through the school grounds to songs performed by the high school band.

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  •  Senior Ajsa Orban Recognized at Board Meeting

    Senior Ajsa Orban Recognized at Board Meeting

    At tonight's Board of Education Meeting, we recognized our Senior Volleyball Captain Ajsa Orban for her efforts throughout her Volleyball career.  Asha recently reached the outstanding accomplishment of 1,000 career assists.

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