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  • Early Dismissal Due to Weather

    Due to anticipated inclement weather, the Hendrick Hudson School District will dismiss students early today. Click here for school-specific dismissal times.

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  • Letter on Winter Weather from the Superintendent and Transportation Supervisor

    It looks like we may get our first taste of winter weather earlier than usual, with a snow event predicted for Thursday late afternoon and into the evening. As we head into the winter months, and the temperatures begin to fall, the threat of inclement weather and school-related delays and closures become a reality. Please know that we have the safety of your children at the forefront of each decision we make.

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  • FGL Kindergarten Students: “We are Readers!”

    Students in Marisa D'Itri, Janine Hafemann, Dianne Ellis, and Belin Masterson's kindergarten classes at Frank G. Lindsey Elementary School are seeing themselves as readers.

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  • Hen Hud Swimmer Qualifies for New York State Finals

    Hendrick Hudson High School junior Jen Gougelmann has qualified for the New York State Girls Swimming Championships on November 16-17 at Ithaca College.

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  • National Art Honor Society Induction Postponed

    The National Art Honor Society induction scheduled to take place on Thursday, November 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school library has been postponed due to the impending snow forecast. A new date and time will be announced.

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  • One School, One Book at Furnace Woods

    Most of us think of reading as a solitary activity, but at Furnace Woods Elementary School, apparently the more readers, the better. The school kicked off “One School, One Book” today, with a school-wide assembly to introduce the literacy-based initiative.

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  • Flags for Veterans at BMMS

    Blue Mountain Middle School student government have been selling mini flags to honor our veterans this Veterans Day. All the flags have been placed in front of the newly restored Flag of Hope near the school’s front entrance.

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  • 48 Inducted into National Junior Honor Society

    On the evening of November 7, the Blue Mountain Middle School auditorium was filled with proud parents, teachers and administrators, as 48 eighth graders were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. The inductees have demonstrated the five pillars of the NJHS: scholarship, character, service, leadership and citizenship.

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  • Student Editors Attend Conference at Columbia

    Editors of The North Star, the high school’s literary magazine, attended the 79th annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association fall conference at Columbia University on Monday, November 5th.

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  • Governor Cuomo Signs Hendrick Hudson School District Building Aid Bill

    Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill that will restore $1.4 million of state aid payments to the Hendrick Hudson School District. The timing is ideal for the district as is begins to contend with the expected closure of Indian Point in the coming years.

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  • High School Science Teacher Honored at PLTW National Summit

    Hendrick Hudson High School science teacher Jeanine Hall has been recognized as a Project Lead the Way Outstanding Teacher. The honor recognizes teachers who inspire and empower student experience in the classroom, expand access to career learning, and use innovative methods to engage students.

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  • Fall Issue of The Lanyard Available

    The fall issue of The Lanyard e-newsletter is out! Click here to access the link and read about all the great things going on in the Hendrick Hudson School District.

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  • Bridging Connections between the Classroom and the World of Engineering

    A recent trip to Wheelabrator Technologies, the Bear Mountain Bridge and museum, and the new Popolopen Creek footbridge sparked the imagination of students in Alan Zollner’s Project Lead the Way classes at Hendrick Hudson High School.

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  • Courtroom Turned Classroom

    The high school’s Business Law students attended a taping of “The People’s Court” on October 25 in Stamford CT. The afternoon reality court TV series features Judge Marian Milian presiding over a courtroom and hearing civil cases involving contract and tort law.

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