Some classrooms at Buchanan-Verplanck and Furnace Woods have been a little noisier than usual lately, but not with the voices of children: the high-pitched sounds of “peep, peep” can be heard in the hallways, as recently-hatched chicks have been making their presence known.
The Hendrick Hudson High School Art Department is excited to celebrate its students' hard work! Please join us up for for the opening reception of the 2022 High School Art Show. The reception will be held on Tuesday May 24th, from 6-7pm in the high school basement art gallery & library.
Hendrick Hudson High School senior Taeghan Dapson has been named a Con Edison Athlete of the Week. The award recognizes students for outstanding athletic and academic accomplishments, as well as leadership and a commitment to community service.
Nineteen Hendrick Hudson High School seniors recently received the New York State Seal of Biliteracy. To earn the Seal, these seniors took an AP world language course, created a portfolio of their work, and gave a formal presentation in their respective world language and in English in front of a panel of teachers.
Lauren Scollins will officially join the Hendrick Hudson School District as Blue Mountain Middle School’s new principal on July 1. Currently the assistant principal at Pierre Van Cortlandt Middle School in the Croton-Harmon School District, Scollins said that she looks forward to moving “from one great school community to another.”
Thank you to the Hendrick Hudson school community for passing the 2022-2023 School Budget. The budget passed by a vote of 957 to 363. Additionally, a proposition regarding new vehicle purchases passed by a vote of 941 to 381. Erica Mills, Jeremy Basso and Stephanie Hickey were elected as Board of Education trustees.
As graduation draws near, Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter recently took a few minutes to sit down with the Class of 2022 Valedictorian and Salutatorian, Nish Mistry and Brooke Kivel, to reflect on their experiences at Hendrick Hudson High School and their plans for the future.
Thirty-six BMMS eighth graders were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society on May 11, 2022. To qualify, students must attain a cumulative average of 95 or higher, demonstrate leadership, character and good citizenship, and perform community service.
7:30 PM BOE Meeting - HHHS Cafeteria
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM HHHS - Math Honor Society Induction - High School Gym
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM FW - Fair - Theme: Ring in Spring
7:00 PM B-V - PTA Meeting
4:30 PM PTA Council Meeting
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM BMMS - 8th Grade Dinner Dance - Rain or Shine