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  • Maker Mondays Make the Most of At-Home Learning

    Library Media Specialist Megan Boyle and Library Classroom Specialist Nupur Pal-Kolisz aren’t letting the fact that there are no students coming to library class stop them from teaching problem-solving skills. They swiftly developed Maker Mondays so their students in all three elementary schools could take the lessons home.

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  • New Superintendent Podcast with James Reilly, National Merit Scholar

    Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter conducted a podcast interview with Senior James Reilly by phone, due to the current school closure. Here are highlights from his conversation with James, who was named a National Merit Scholar earlier this month.

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  • Superintendent's Audio Update: March 27, 2020

    Click here for Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter's latest audio update on the current school closure and the district's Digital Learning Plan.

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  • School Closure Update: March 27, 2020

    On Friday, March 27, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York schools will remain closed until April 15, 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, at which time the situation will be reassessed. Initially, schools were supposed to be closed for two weeks, from March 18 until April 1, as per the governor's executive order issued on March 17. The Hendrick Hudson School District will continue to provide meals and distance learning. Spring break, scheduled for April 6-13, will remain in place.

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  • Superintendent Audio Update: March 24, 2020

    Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter provided an audio update, a little more than one week into the district’s distance learning model. Click here for highlights or to listen to the update.

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  • Parentally Placed Out-Of-District Transportation Request Form

    Section 3635 of the New York State Education Law requires that parents who seek transportation for their children to Non-Public Schools must present their request to the Board of Education.

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  • River Journal Names HHHS Senior Beckett Herman Scholar Athlete of the Month

    Hendrick Hudson High School senior wrestler Beckett Herman won his 130th career match earlier this year, vaulting him to the top of the list for career wins in the school’s wrestling history. River Journal Online recently named Beckett its Scholar Athlete of the Month for his accomplishments on and off the mat. Click here to read all about it.

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  • Lanyard E-Newsletter Available Online

    Life seemed very different less than two weeks ago, when the most recent issue of The Lanyard was sent out. In case you missed it, click here to read about wonderful winter happenings throughout the district.

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  • Superintendent Audio Update: March 20, 2020

    Click here for today's audio update from Superintendent Jospeh Hochreiter. Topics include new developments regarding grade 3-8 assesments and AP exams, as well as childcare for children of first responders and healthcare workers in the district.

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  • New Episode of FWS News: Home Edition

    Music teacher Mary Landry has created a new episode of FWS News that specifically addresses the current school closure due to the coronavirus. Her dog Beasley serves as co-anchor on this special “home edition” of the broadcast, which features useful tips for remaining happy and healthy while learning at home. The video also includes lots of photos of FWS teachers teaching remotely.

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  • New Superintendent Audio Update: March 19, 2020

    In his 03-19-20 audio update, Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter thanked the school community for its patience as everybody transitions to at-home learning, and covered a number of important topics. Click here for the summary and to listen to the update.

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  • New Superintendent Audio Update: March 18, 2020

    Click on the link below for a new update from Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter, including important information about grade 3-8 State assessments and high school attendance and course credit considerations.

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  • School Closure Info At-a-Glance

    Click here for a helpful, one-page fact sheet on policies and procedures in place during the school district closure.

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  • Resources for Students and Families from the Hendrick Hudson Free Library

    The doors to the Hendrick Hudson Free Library may be closed right now, but there are many wonderful and free resources accessible online with just your library card. Many of these resources could be valuable supplements to at-home learning. If you need a library card, click here to read how to easily obtain one via email.

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  • New Audio Update: 03-17-20 - Distance Learning to Begin

    Today was a productive day, filled with preparations for the coming weeks. Click here to listen to an audio update from Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter regarding the beginning of digital learning in the Hendrick Hudson School District.

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  • Letter from the Superintendent: Tuesday, March 17, 2020

    Tomorrow, March 18th, we embark on remote learning for all of our students. Our faculty and staff are working diligently to keep our students academically connected and engaged during this unprecedented situation.

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  • District Gears Up for Distance Learning

    Students had an opportunity to retreive items from their schools, while those requiring a laptop at home were assigned Chromebooks. All the activity was in preparation for the beginning of distance learning, officially beginning on Wednesday, March 18.

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  • School Closure Update

    Governor Cuomo has directed that all New York State school districts be closed until at least April 1, 2020. During the school closure, all district activities are suspended, including athletics and extracurricular activities. Read a letter from the superintendent, regarding details about the closure.

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  • March 15, 2020 Covid-19 Update

    It is our understanding that tomorrow, Monday, March 16, Westchester County will declare a state of emergency due to the spread of COVID-19. While Hendrick Hudson Schools are already closed March 16 and 17, it is likely that we may remain closed even longer. We will communicate more details tomorrow as they become available. Thank you for your support and understanding during this crucial time.

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  • New Superintendent Audio on COVID-19

    Click here for an important audio update from Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter related to COVID-19 concerns.

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