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  •  Daniel Jachero and Juan Rojas, QuestBridge Scholarship Recipients

    Two SHHS Seniors Receive Full Scholarships to Top-Rated Colleges

    Sleepy Hollow High School seniors Daniel Jachero and Juan Rojas have earned full, four-year scholarships to college beginning next fall. The students received these as part of the QuestBridge National College Match, a scholarship program that connects high-achieving high school seniors with scholarships to 48 of the nation's best colleges and universities. 

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  •  2022 at a Glance: SHHS Food Pantry

    2022 at a Glance: SHHS Food Pantry

    The Sleepy Hollow High School (SHHS) Pantry has had a remarkable impact on the community since its inception. From humble beginnings, the pantry has grown to distribute food to 4,768 people in 2022, providing meals for almost 1,200 TUFSD families.

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  •  8th Graders at Caramoor

    8th Grade Peer Leadership Visits Caramoor To Celebrate Lunar New Year

    The 8th Grade Peer Leadership group took a trip to the Caramoor Center for the Arts in Katonah where they engaged with Asian culture through music and by viewing and discussing Asian artworks in the Rosen House Museum all in celebration of Lunar New Year.

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  •  MS Students with Jay Sampiao, founder of a non-profit organization called People Helping People NY

    SHMS Students Called to Action in Recognition of the National Day of Service

    In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the National Day of Service, SHMS students attended a school-wide assembly and presentation by Jay Sampiao, founder of a non-profit organization called People Helping People NY. Mr. Sampaio, spoke about his organization, which provides support for people in need, and encouraged the students to spread kindness and donate their time and energy to help others.

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  •  Superintendent's Update: January 20, 2023

    Superintendent's Update: January 20, 2023

    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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  •  Peter Pan Jr. Cast at Sleepy Hollow Middle School

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School Students Prepare for Peter Pan Performance

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School students are embarking on an adventure to Neverland. Using their "lovely wonderful thoughts" and a bit of fairy dust, the production of Peter Pan, featuring 46 students in the cast and crew, flies onto stage on Friday, January 20 at 7pm with a second performance on Saturday the 21st at 11:30am.

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  •  Morse 1st Graders holding self portraits

    Morse 1st Graders Create Self Portraits Inspired by Artist Frida Kahlo

    Legendary artist Frida Kahlo once said of her many self-portraits, “I paint self-portraits because I am the person I know best.” It is a difficult task to be both the subject and creator of artwork, but Ms. Jeanette Dietz’ first grade students are enthusiastically approaching the process in their own journey of self discovery by creating self-portraits inspired by Frida Kahlo.

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  •  Peter Pan Jr. at Sleepy Hollow Middle School: January 20 at 7:00 PM and January 21 at 11:30 AM

    Middle School Students Perform "Peter Pan Jr."

    Don't miss this week's performance of Peter Pan Jr, as performed by our Middle School students!

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  •  WI Students Building Robots

    WI Students Recess with Robotics

    Washington Irving students are learning about building and creating robotics during recess with Technology Teacher Assistant Meghan Hak. The first-year program garnered a big response with more than 140 students across the 3 grades signing up. 

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  •  SHMS 7th graders watching a film screener at Jacob Burns

    SHMS Students Get a Lesson in the Transformative Power of Music and Resilience of the Human Spirit

    The Pleasantville-based Jacob Burns Film Center was filled with music, inspiration and hope for 7th grade students as they viewed and discussed Landfill Harmonica, a documentary about a Paraguayan teen orchestra. The film screening is part of the effort by the seventh grade English teacher’s team to create a mini “Global Citizen” English unit to help the students look and think about the world differently.

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  •  Superintendent's Update: January 13, 2023

    Superintendent's Update: January 13, 2023

    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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  •  SHHS Senior Sophie Taylor Wins Westchester County Youth Service Award

    SHHS Senior Sophie Taylor Wins Westchester County Youth Service Award

    “Exhibiting a commitment to improving society through leadership and volunteerism” is the criteria for the Westchester Country Youth Board’s Service Award, a description that encapsulates SHHS Senior Sophie Taylor’s dedication to service as a winner of the 2022 Award.

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  • Superintendent's Update: January 6, 2023

    Superintendent's Update: January 6, 2023

    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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  •  SHHS Alumni return to share their experiences with Seniors

    SHHS Alumni Get Real About Their College Experiences

    The essays are written, the applications submitted, and decisions rolling in. Now SHHS seniors are wondering - what happens next year?  Heading off to college can be daunting, but Horseman seniors got a primer on what college is really like from none other than those who recently walked the same halls at SHHS. Earlier this week, a panel of seven recent SHHS grads shared a wide-range of information, touching on everything from food and roommates, to grades and majors.

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  •  Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

    JSHS Practice Night at SHHS

    Our senior science research students are practicing for the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) competition. Students are required to present their research as a 12-minute GoogleSlides or PowerPoint presentation.    In order to give our seniors a chance to practice, we will be hosting JSHS Practice Night at SHHS on TUESDAY, Jan 10 at 7:00pm. 

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