11:05 AM - 11:00 PM 6th and 7th Grades Dismiss at 11:05 AM - NO LUNCH SERVED
9:00 AM FWS 5th Grade Moving Up Day
7:00 PM HH SEPTA Meeting
9:30 AM B-V 5th Grade Moving Up Day
6:30 PM BMMS 8th Grade Dinner Dance
6:30 PM BMMS 8th Grade Moving Up
Hen Hud senior Nancy Sinchi was recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society at Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES in Yorktown. She also received the Jon H. Poteat Scholarship, named in honor and memory of the NTHS co-founder. Listen in as she talks to Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter about the recognition and how the Tech Center's Law Enforcement program has helped her decide to become a police officer.
Senior Thea Barbelet and junior Paul Williams recently sat down with Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter to discuss their experiences with the high school’s three-year Science Research program.
The fourth annual issue of The North Star, Hen Hud’s literary magazine, was released this week and will be distributed in English classes. It is also available in newsstands around the high school, in the main office of the high school, and in the lobby of the district office.
On Wednesday evening, district administrators, the Board of Education, and many, many family members and friends gathered together in the high school cafeteria to celebrate those who are retiring from the district this year. A delectable spread of sweet treats was enjoyed by all, followed by a more formal recognition ceremony at the start of the Board of Education meeting.
The first Hendrick Hudson High School students to receive the Seal of Biliteracy were recognized at the June 5 Board of Education meeting. This talented cohort was recognized for attaining the highest level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing in one or more languages in addition to English.
Students in Marilyne Strang and Kimberly Valerioti’s first grade class at Frank G. Lindsey welcomed some fascinating new class pets last month: African Dwarf Frogs! The four frogs initially arrived in the classroom as tadpoles; students quickly named them (Mr. Alex, Harry Potter, Max and Cutie Pie) and began recording data about them in their observation journals. After about a month, the tadpoles developed into frogs, and throughout the process, the students have learned about the tiny amphibians' life cycle, habitat, food and more.
On June 10, the Hendrick Hudson Music Department will induct 12 juniors into the Tri-M Music Honor Society. Additionally, 29 seniors will receive their graduation honor cords. The ceremony will take place at 7 pm at the high school. The three M's represent Modern Music Masters. Inductees are carefully selected on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership and service to the music program.
The district kicked off construction of the new track and field facility at Hendrick Hudson High School this week with a ceremonial groundbreaking. “This project will transform our athletic facilities, and both our students and the community will enjoy them for years to come,” said Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter.