7:00 PM HH SEPTA Meeting
7:00 PM HHHS Winter Band Concert
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM B-V Family Fun Movie Night (snowdate)
7:00 PM FGL Family Fun Night (snowdate)
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM FWS Family Fun Night
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM FGL Apple of My Eye Dance
It was all about the books on a recent day at Furnace Woods Elementary School. Over the course of a recent Tuesday, students enjoyed three unique literacy-based activities and events: a visit from state troopers, who read to each class; an author visit for kindergarten students; and a school wide assembly celebrating the big reveal of the school’s One School, One Book selection.
What do our three elementary libraries all have in common? STEAM! Library Classroom Specialists Mrs. Pal-Kolisz (Furnace Woods and Buchanan-Verplanck) and Ms. Boyle (Frank G. Lindsey) have created STEAM labs in each elementary school stocked with a Kodable programming subscription, EDU Breakout kits, and Evo Ozobots.
When Indian Point announced its impending closure two years ago, many residents expressed concern about the local housing market. Those worries have proven unfounded, according to local realtor and Hen Hud parent Don Dwyer, who recently chatted with Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter about the “state of real estate in the Hendrick Hudson school district.”
Second graders in Sandy Feirman's art classes at Frank G. Lindsey Elementary School recently received letters and certificates from New York State Senator Terrence Murphy's office for their participation in the senate’s annual Thanksgiving Day Creative Celebration and Showcase.
"Field Day for everyone" is the idea behind Play for Life, a large-scale fundraiser planned for April 26 at Hendrick Hudson High School. Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter sat down with two of the organizers, seniors Emily Guida and Maureen Parks, to discuss plans for this exciting new community event.
Dr. James Wynne, IBM researcher and pioneer in the field of LASIK eye surgery, visited the high school on November 30 to present his award-winning discovery to an enthusiastic audience of Project Lead the Way Biomedical Science and Engineering students.
A positive school climate leads to increased academic success. Creating that climate is at the heart of Social Emotional Learning, a rapidly growing movement in the field of education. Ten Hendrick Hudson administrators, teachers, social workers and psychologists had the opportunity to delve into SEL research and practice at the Social and Emotional Learning Regional Conference at Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES on December 7.