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  • Middle School ENL Students Explore Norwalk Maritime Aquarium

    Blue Mountain Middle School’s English as a New Language (ENL) students took a field trip to the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk, CT. The day was filled with hands-on experiences, including interacting with stingrays and jellyfish at the aquarium’s touch tanks and popping up in viewing bubbles, right next to meerkats. The students were able to get a close look at sharks, giant sea turtles, harbor seals and octopuses (yes, that is the correct way to say it!).

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  • A Letter from the Superintendent Regarding Snow Delays and Closings

    Dear Hendrick Hudson Families: The leaves are changing color and blowing about, and many of us are thinking about football games and Halloween events. However, some weather forecasters are predicting an early snowfall, so I thought this would be a good time to review our district’s processes regarding weather-related school delays and closures.

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  • BMMS Eighth Grader Wins Online Art Contest

    Blue Mountain Middle School eighth grader Chrysanthemum Osorio has been selected as Artsonia’s 7th – 9th grade Artist of the Week. During an online art contest, Chrysanthemum received 1,017 votes from website visitors.

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  • Hen Hud Senior Callie Pidoriano Named Con Ed Athlete of the Week

    Hen Hud senior volleyball player Callie Pidoriano had been named a Con Ed Athlete of the Week. Callie is a returning Captain, as well as a returning 3rd Team All State Player.

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  • October 21 -25 is National Bus Safety Week

    The week of October 21st is National Bus Safety Week, and the district would like to remind all drivers that they must stop for any stopped school bus with red lights flashing. Please click here to read an important press release regarding bus safety issued by the New York Association for Pupil Transportation.

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  • High School Art Project Takes Flight

    Kristen Dini’s Accelerated Studio in Art classes at the high school recently worked on a collaborative, interactive project inspired by a professional artist and dedicated to a fellow student. The project's distinctive butterfly shape has proven to be a popular spot for photos in the school's cafeteria.

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  • Volleyball Coach Diane Swertfager's 600th Win

    With a road trip victory over Dobbs Ferry, volleyball coach Diane Swertfager made Section 1 history, marking her 600th career match. She is only the second Section 1 coach to lay claim to such a remarkable record.

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  • Blue Mountain Middle School Dedicates Memorial for Former Principal

    Colleagues, friends, staff members and alumni gathered at Blue Mountain Middle School to celebrate former Principal Frank Thomas, who passed away in 2017. Led by former Hendrick Hudson School District Superintendent Joan Thompson, the group dedicated an art display case and memorial plaque, which will be home to student artwork as well as that of Thomas, who was also an art lover and artist.

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  • New Superintendent Podcast: Stop-Arm Camera Law Update

    Hendrick Hudson School District Superintendent Joe Hochreiter and Transportation Supervisor Liz Gilleo discussed the new Stop Arm Camera Law in New York State in a new podcast interview.

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  • New Turf Field Hosts Games This Week

    We are pleased to announce that the Hendrick Hudson School District has received approval to begin hosting games on its new turf field. While the field is ready for play, the track is not yet complete. We are excited to share the brand-new state-of-the-art facility with the community, and we thank you for your support. Join us this week to watch our students play:

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