8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Spring College Conference at P/NW BOCES
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Spring College Conference at Fox Lane High School
6:45 PM Policy Committee
7:00 PM BMMS Drama Club Production
6:45 PM FWS PTA
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM FGL Spring Fling Dance
7:00 PM BMMS PTA
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM BMMS Incoming 6th Grade Parent Orientation
7:30 PM - 8:00 PM HHHS Combined Band/Orchestra Spring Concert
Hendrick Hudson senior Brett Hanson was recently named League MVP for Section 1, League D. Hanson, a member of the newly created Cortlandt Rebels Ice Hockey team, will graduate as Hen Hud’s all-time scoring leader, with a career total of 151 points.
Hen Hud senior goal keeper, Mackenzie Porter was recently name the News 12 Scholar Athlete of the Week. Porter has been the starting the goalkeeper for the Hen Hud Girls’ Lacrosse Team since she was in seventh grade. Recently, she became Hen Hud’s all-time leader in saves for the Sailors when she recorded her 802nd career save in a game against Lakeland-Panas.
A proposed $18.5 million Capital Project was presented at the district’s April 11 Board of Education meeting. The project calls for district wide safety and security improvements, renovations to classroom spaces, infrastructure upgrades and improvements to shared community facilities.
The district's K-12 Visual Art Show will be on display at the Hendrick Hudson Free Library through April 26. The exhibit's theme is "Spatial Relations." There will be an Artists' Reception on April 24 at 6:30 pm - all are invited.
On March 22, the Hendrick Hudson Music and Art departments held a fundraiser for the Houston Independent School District, whose music and art programs were devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Hen Hud’s music and art teachers joined forces to create HEART (Hen Hud Endowment of Artists Relief Team) and hosted the first-ever Faculty Recital and Art Auction. The evening raised nearly $3,000 for the programs in Houston.
State Senator Terrence Murphy held a press conference in front of Buchanan-Verplanck Elementary School, announcing the inclusion of a $24 million fund in the state budget, money set aside specifically for local communities affected by power plant closures.
Budget season is here, and the district’s goal is to keep the community informed every step of the way. From now until the vote in May, budget-related presentations and discussions will take place at each regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting.