A survey conducted by Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES, using the Thoughtexchange platform for 14 area school districts, is being used to gauge public sentiment on re-opening. The goal of the survey was not only to determine support for re-opening but to allow parents and community members to voice specific concerns and make suggestions that could be used to shape districts’ re-opening plans. Click here to read more about the Thoughtexchange and Hendrick Hudson’s responses.
With schools scheduled to reopen this fall, a pivotal question on many parents’ minds, as well as those of District administrators, is what choice will parents have if they don’t feel comfortable sending their children to school? This question has been posed in surveys, discussed on social media, and included in countless dinner table discussions.
Hendrick Hudson School District Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter provides a first look at what school may look like in September. Click here to read highlights from the update or listen to the audio,
During the week of July 27-31, construction work in our schools will necessitate the temporary disabling of the district’s server and phones. Anyone needing to reach district staff during these five days should use email.
On June 15, the district sent a survey to all Hendrick Hudson School District families, requesting their opinions regarding a number of topics related to the reopening of school in September. At the time the survey was sent, the district was awaiting guidance from the New York State Education Department and wanted to find out what Hen Hud families were thinking about potential options.
On Thursday, July 16, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) provided a statement regarding the upcoming fall athletic season. Click here for details.