7:00 PM - 8:00 PM HH EPTA - Meeting - Virtual and in person (Hen Hud Free Library)
7:00 PM BOE Meeting - HHHS Library
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM HHHS - Breakfast with Frosty & Friends
7:00 PM BMMS - Grades 6-8 Band
7:00 PM HHHS - Chorus Winter Concert
9:30 AM PTA Council Meeting
7:30 PM BMMS PTA Meeting - BMMS Library
7:00 PM BOE Work Session - HHHS Library
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM STEAM Innovation Day
Hen Hud's Haylee Finch earned a trip to Disney World's Spirit Spectacular. Finch, who qualified in August, was one of approximately 900 from cheerleaders from 45 different states who led a parade down Main Street of Magic Kingdom on Nov. 17, 2023. The parade will be featured during a Christmas Day broadcast.
A delegation of physical education from Russia visited Hendrick Hudson High School this month to learn more about adaptive physical education. Working with a translator, the teachers also taught Hen Hud students a new game, designed to be played by the visually-impaired.
Hendrick Hudson staff members and key stakeholders received training on how to analyze data effectively and use the results to make educational decisions.
There were 40 new members inducted into the National Honor Society on Nov. 8, 2023 at Hendrick Hudson High School. Four students were also named new officers of Hen Hud's Half Moon Chapter of the NHS.
Five sophomores from Hendrick Hudson High School teamed up for a robotics competition at Ridgefield High School. Four of them were first-time competitors and helped the team earn some impressive recognition.
Hendrick Hudson High School sophomore Victor Delgado qualified for the New York State Cross-Country Championships on Nov. 11, 2023. He set a school record in the Section 1 Championships at Bowdoin Park on Nov. 4, 2023.
With the help of funding from the HHCEF, the STEAM classroom at Furnace Woods Elementary School has been outfitted with new furniture. The colorful tables and chairs come in different configurations, allowing students options that can benefit those who prefer different styles of learning.
The bookstore at Hendrick Hudson High School is being revived, including a new digital display that advisors hope will attract more students. The store is adding new products and plans to have a grand reopening in January.