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  • Return to School Video for MS and HS Families

    Click here to watch a short animated video on the many ways school will be different this year. The video, created by PNW BOCES, is geared toward the district's middle and high school students and includes lots of valuable information.

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  • Four HHHS Seniors Recognized by 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program

    Hendrick Hudson High School has announced that Elizabeth McDowell, Fiona McGovern, Isolde McManus and Vanessa Rossi have been named Commended Students in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 scorers of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2021 competition by taking the 2019 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).

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  • Welcome Back Sailors Video

    A video welcome, as students return to school buildings and classrooms, highlighting some of the changes students will see and new protocols for health and safety.

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  • Elementary School Welcome Video

    A brief animated video, created by Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES, introduces elementary students to the changes they will experience when they return to school.

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  • Important Information Regarding Hen Hud’s Daily Health Screener

    For the 2020-21 school year, the Hendrick Hudson School District is implementing a daily COVID-19 screening tool for all students. The New York State Department of Health requires the screening before a student steps on a bus and arrives at school, or arrives at school by any other method. Students will not be permitted to enter school/district property without fulfilling the screening.

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  • District to Provide Free School Breakfast and Lunch for All

    The Hendrick Hudson School District is pleased to announce that when students return to in-person learning on September 29, all children under the age of 19 will be eligible for free breakfast and lunch, regardless of household income. This is a temporary program funded by the US Department of Agriculture.

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  • A Letter from the Superintendent

    Click here to read a letter from Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter regarding a recent article regarding the Hendrick Hudson School District that appeared in a local publication.

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  • FGL Lights the Way to District's Use of Renewable Energy Sources

    Families pulling up to Frank G. Lindsey this month will notice some very interesting additions to the parking area in front of the building. Six 30-foot structures, adorned with school district logos on banners and topped with spinning turbines, look a bit like kinetic sculptures, but are actually wind and solar-powered streetlights.

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  • A Letter from the Superintendent

    As we head into the weekend following the first few days of school, the District would like everyone to keep in mind the safety practices that are helping keep us healthy and able to move toward hybrid and in-person learning in a few weeks. Wearing masks, keeping socially distanced, not gathering in large groups and maintaining good hand hygiene are the keys to our success.

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  • Instructional Technology Support for Students and Families

    As the Hendrick Hudson School District welcomes students to the first day of the 2020-21 school year, we know that students and parents will have questions related to technology. The District’s Instructional Technology team has been working to ensure that all students have access to the tools and resources they need to succeed and is prepared to provide support.

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  • Facilities FAQ Available

    Click here for Q/A on topics related to school facilities/ventilation.

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  • Back to School Issue of The Lanyard

    The Back to School issue of The Lanyard e-newsletter is now available. Click here to access the issue.

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  • Understanding Your School Tax Bill

    Tax bills are arriving in mailboxes, and local residents may notice that the bill is higher than they anticipated, based on the school district’s recent budget process. A reduction in STAR reimbursements by the state and a move toward rebate checks rather than upfront savings on tax bills, can make it appear that a tax bill is higher than it really is.

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  • PSAs on Face Masks, Handwashing and Social Distancing for Kids

    Westchester County has released a number of PSAs that focus on the basics when it comes to safety while at school this year: wearing a face mask, washing hands and keeping socially distanced from others.

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  • Letter from the Athletic Director

    I hope that this email finds you and your family safe and healthy. As the summer ends and we prepare for the upcoming school year, I wanted to provide another update in regards to Interscholastic Athletics for the 2020-21 year.

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  • County Health Commissioner Explains Limitations on Communicating Positive COVID-19 Tests or Symptoms

    In a recent interview on CBS News Radio, Westchester County Health Commissioner Dr. Sherlita Amler emphasized that the identity of anyone in a school district who tests positive for coronavirus will not be revealed.

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