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    BOE Community Meet Up on November 30, 2022

    The Board of Education has scheduled a Community Meet Up prior to its November 30th meeting, from 5:30pm to 6:30pm in the Hendrick Hudson High School library. Each session will be attended by a minimum of two board trustees, but no more than three. Please click here to sign up for a 20-minute session.

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    Hendrick Hudson Athletics Announces Hall of Fame Class of 2022

    The Hendrick Hudson High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee has announced its induction class for 2022.  This year marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX, which paved the way for female sports to be a part of interscholastic athletic programs across the nation. This year’s class celebrates this anniversary and honors individuals from the 1972-73 athletic seasons who truly helped pave the way for female sports at Hendrick Hudson High School.

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    Three Hen Hud Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent to Play Collegiate Sports

    On November 15, three of Hendrick Hudson High School’s outstanding senior student-athletes signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) to play at the NCAA Division I or II level: Caroline Clark (Lacrosse - University of Mt. Olive), Amya Davis (Volleyball - Shepherd University) and Madison Porter (Lacrosse - Eastern Michigan University),

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    Sailors Win Volleyball State Championship

    Hendrick Hudson High School's varsity volleyball team came home from Glens Falls with a state championship, ending a perfect 23-0 season!

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    A Letter from the Board of Education

    Click here to read a letter from the Board of Education, including a link to sign up for an upcoming Community Meet Up on November 30, 2022.

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    Fifth Graders Explore West Point

    On November 1 and 2, all FWS fifth-grade classes visited West Point, the nation’s oldest continuously occupied army post and home to the United States Military Academy. Students were treated to tours around the storied campus, during which knowledgeable tour guides shared the history of West Point and described its unique traditions.

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    The Strategic Plan: How to Get Involved and Make Your Voice Heard

    As the district continues to move ahead with the Strategic Planning process, there are a variety of ways that members of the school community can get involved.

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    Volleyball Team Heading to State Finals

    Congratulations to the Hen Hud Varsity volleyball team, heading to the State Final Four volleyball championship in Glens Falls, NY this weekend. The team will leave the high school on Friday morning, following a team breakfast provided by Clare Carey and the food service staff.

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    HHHS Students Attend Publishing Conference at Columbia University

    On November 7, editors of Hen Hud's literary magazine, "The North Star," attended the 82nd annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association fall conference at Columbia University.

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    Winter Concert Schedule Available

    Click here for dates and times of upcoming winter performances across the district.

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    Letter from the Superintendent Regarding Winter Weather

    With only two weeks to go until Thanksgiving, winter weather is just around the corner. Click here to read a letter from Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter on the district’s processes regarding weather-related school delays and closures.

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    Lockout Implemented on Wednesday, November 9

    A lockout across the district's five schools was implemented on Wednesday, November 9, shortly after noon, due to police activity in Peekskill. The lockout was lifted at 1:35 pm and all normal operations have resumed.

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    Hen Hud Musicians Shine at NYSSMA Area All-State Festival

    Thirteen HHHS students participated in the NYSSMA Area All-State festival at White Plains High School on November 5. The students worked alongside the most accomplished student-musicians from across Westchester and performed under guest conductors John Cuk (chorus), Davis Knobloch (orchestra) and Paul Tooker (band). A special highlight was HHHS senior Tony Mills performing as a soloist in the chorus concert.

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    Students Cast Ballots in Classroom Election

    Election news is everywhere, and second graders in Kelli Houlahan and Halette Sharkey’s class at Buchanan-Verplanck took the opportunity to hold an election of their own, learning about the process along the way.

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    District Uses Stop-Arm Technology to Increase School Bus Safety

    The Hendrick Hudson School District is leading the way in addressing school bus safety, using AI technology to keep students safe, through a partnership with BusPatrol.

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