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  • "The Polar Express" Comes to Life for FGL First Graders

    FGL first graders were treated to a "Polar Express Adventure" right before the holiday break. The students came to school wearing their favorite pajamas and received their very own Polar Express train ticket. They were then “whisked away” on a snowy journey, where they were treated to The Polar Express movie, followed by hot chocolate and a snack! The fun holiday-themed activity has been a long-standing tradition at the school.

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  • Letter from the Superintendent

    Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter addresses the issue of threats on the popular app TikTok stemming from a “challenge” that started in Texas and went viral. While there have been no threats made to any area schools, local, state and federal law enforcement agencies are monitoring social media.

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  • Important Statement on Mask Wearing at BOE Meetings

    Due to recent disruptive behavior at in-person Board of Education meetings this school year, the Hendrick Hudson School District would like to remind all attendees that masks must be worn when inside any school district building for any reason. Please click here for more details regarding this important reminder.

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  • Students Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look at New York Jets’ Operations

    Many students dream of a career in professional sports. For a group of Hendrick Hudson High School business students, attending the New York Jets’ annual Sports Business Day turned MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ into a “field of dreams.”

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  • Monday, December 6, 2021 is an Early Release Day

    A reminder that Monday, December 6, will be an Early Release Day in the Hendrick Hudson School District.

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  • Kindergarteners Size up the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

    It is simple enough to say the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is 79 feet tall. However, kindergarteners in Dr. Jen LeFevre and Tara Albaum’s class at Buchanan-Verplanck figured out just how tall the storied tree is, using some pretty unconventional units of measurement.

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