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  • Board of Education Meeting on Wednesday, June 29, 2022

    There will be a Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 7:00 pm in the Hendrick Hudson High School cafeteria.

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  • Superintendent Podcast: Bus Routes Under the Princeton Plan - With Supervisor of Transportation Liz Gilleo

    With the district preparing to implement the Princeton Plan in September, the Transportation Department has been developing the most efficient bus routes to transport Hen Hud students to and from their schools. Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter recently chatted with Supervisor of Transportation Liz Gilleo regarding transportation planning in the district.

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  • Moving Up Ceremony at Frank G. Lindsey

    “The sun always shines on Frank G. Lindsey,” said Principal Donna Torrisi, at the start of the school’s fifth grade Moving Up ceremony on June 23, also the last day of school in the district. Indeed, while other end-of-year ceremonies earlier in the week had to be maneuvered around potential showers, the sun peeked out from the clouds just as the middle school-bound students arrived on the school’s blacktop to the sounds of “Pomp and Circumstance.”

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  • Buchanan-Verplanck Fifth Graders Move Up

    The air may have been chilly, but there was plenty of warmth to go around during Buchanan-Verplanck’s Moving Up ceremony for its middle school-bound fifth graders. The ceremony was held on Wednesday, June 22, at the Buchanan Pavilion.

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  • Blue Mountain Middle School Eighth Graders Move Up

    The rain may have caused Blue Mountain Middle School to hold its eighth grade Moving Up ceremony indoors on June 21, but nothing could dim the excitement of students and families as they filed into the gym to celebrate the milestone event.

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  • Furnace Woods Moving Up Ceremony

    Despite the threat of rain, the Furnace Woods Moving Up ceremony on June 21 went off without a hitch, as students, staff, administrators and families celebrated in front of the school.

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  • Hendrick Hudson High School Celebrates 2022 Commencement

    When they tossed their blue and white caps in the air at the conclusion of their commencement ceremony on Friday, June 17, members of Hendrick Hudson High School’s Class of 2022 began a new phase in their young lives.

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  • Hall of Fame Highlights Women’s History

    After studying women’s suffrage this spring, students in Kerri Houlahan and Halette Sharkey’s fourth grade class at FGL decided to create a “Women’s Hall of Fame” and induct some famous women in history. “The students said that they loved learning about the impact these women had on society,” said Houlahan.

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  • Kindergarten Showcase at FGL

    FGL kindergarten classes sang and danced during the school’s end-of-year Kindergarten Showcase, eager to perform for their family members. The showcase is a tradition that started during the 2016-2017 school year. While it was paused for a few years due to Covid, the event returned this month, with the students performing outside on a recent beautiful sunny afternoon.

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  • “Graduate Walks” at all Three Elementary Schools

    Members of the Class of 2022 literally took a walk down Memory Lane on Tuesday, June 14, when they visited their former elementary schools while dressed in their caps and gowns.

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  • Future Classmates Enjoy "Combo" Field Day

    “I know you – you’re my pen pal!” said one student excitedly to another while climbing on some playground equipment at Buchanan-Verplanck Elementary School. It was exactly the type of friendly connection the district is hoping to nurture through a range of Princeton Plan transition activities.

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  • BenQ Panels Lend Unique Flexibility to Elementary Classrooms

    There’s a new interactive flat panel showing up in Hen Hud elementary school classrooms, and early reviews are nothing but positive. BenQ panels have been in place for a few weeks at Furnace Woods and Buchanan-Verplanck and are scheduled for installation at Frank G. Lindsey over the summer. Teachers are giving the panels high marks for ease of use and functionality.

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  • Five Hen Hud Athletes Compete at Spring Track and Field State Championships

    Earlier this month, five HHHS student-athletes qualified for the New York State Track and Field Championships. The championships took place on Friday and Saturday, June 10 and 11, in Syracuse, NY. The Sailors who qualified for this prestigious meet were: Morgan Davis, Karli Martin, Madeline McKinle, John Sterner and Jonathon Wong.

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  • Field Day Flash Mob at Furnace Woods

    Furnace Woods staff kicked off the school’s Field Day event on June 10 with an unexpected treat for their students: a flash mob, set to “Can’t Stop the Feeling” by Justin Timberlake. Music teacher Mary Landry choreographed the joyful performance, with staff secretly rehearsing in the weeks leading up to Field Day.

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  • Memorial Garden’s Deep Roots at Blue Mountain Middle School

    Blue Mountain Middle School students recently gathered outside in the warm May sunshine to celebrate the school’s Memorial Garden. The event has become an annual rite of spring at the school.

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  • Science Research Symposium at HHHS

    The Science Research Symposium will take place on Thursday, June 9, at 6:45 pm, in the Hendrick Hudson High School library. Students in Hendrick Hudson High School’s Science Research program will be presenting their projects.

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  • For the Fifth Year in a Row, Hendrick Hudson High School is Named a PLTW Distinguished School

    Hendrick Hudson High School has been recognized as a 2021-22 Project Lead the Way Distinguished School for the fifth year in a row - the only high school in New York State to do so. The Distinguished School designation recognizes schools that provide students with broad access to transformative learning opportunities through PLTW’s Computer Science, Biomedical Science and Engineering programs.

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  • District Safety Plan Available for Review

    The Hendrick Hudson School District's District-Wide Safety Plan is available for public comment through July 7, 2022. Please click here for more details and to access the plan.

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  • HHHS Literary Magazine Available

    The seventh annual issue of The North Star, Hen Hud’s literary magazine, was released on June 1st, after months of hard work spent selecting, editing, organizing, and formatting its diverse content into a beautiful collection of creative pieces. The magazine features fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art, all created by Hendrick Hudson High School students.

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  • From Caterpillars to Butterflies at FGL

    As a part of the third-grade science unit on the life cycle of butterflies, students in Danielle Cohen and Valier Haviland’s classes at Frank G. Lindsey recently had the opportunity watch the progression of that life cycle, up close and personal.

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