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  • Athletic Department to Induct Hall of Fame Class of 2021

    The Hendrick Hudson Athletic Department, in conjunction with the Hen Hud Hall of Fame Committee, is proud to announce the Hendrick Hudson Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2021. This group was slated to be inducted in the Fall of 2020, but was unable to, due to spectator guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic. The ceremony will now take place on Friday, October 1, at 5:00 pm, on the high school track, before the varsity football game against Ardsley HS.

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  • Board of Education Meeting on Tuesday, September 28 - Executive Session Only

    The Hendrick Hudson Board of Education has called for a special Executive Session meeting for purpose of negotiations and personnel-related items to be held on September 28, 2021 at 8:00 pm.

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  • Senior Mackenzie Calhoun Named a Con Edison Athlete of the Week

    Congratulations to Hendrick Hudson High School senior Mackenzie Calhoun, who was named a Con Edison Athlete of the Week. The award recognizes students for outstanding athletic and academic accomplishments, as well as leadership and a commitment to community service.

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  • Call to Action: Advocate for the Repeal of the SALT Deduction Cap

    The district is advocating for the repeal of the $10,000 cap on the SALT deduction, by contacting our local legislators and we are asking for the community’s help. Click here for a ready-to-go advocacy letter that will go directly to our federal legislators, asking them to vote to restore the full SALT deduction.

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  • Four Hen Hud Seniors Named National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students

    Hendrick Hudson High School has announced that seniors Brook Kivel, Nish Mistry, Aidan Wong and Isabella Zahl have been named Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program.

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  • State Education Department Directs Districts to Survey Digital Equity

    The NY State Education Department is interested in collecting data on access to digital resources among families across the state. The SED has directed school districts to ask parents or guardians to complete a Digital Equity Survey regarding student access to devices and internet service at home. Click here for more info and a link to the survey.

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  • CDC’s Dos and Don’ts for Face Masks

    Per the New York State mandate, students must wear masks inside school buildings and on school buses. Last month, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention released updated guidance on masks. Click here for a number of important face mask “dos and don’ts.”

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  • Learning to Care for the Environment at Camp Run by HHHS Student

    Senior Katelyn Keefe was a student in the high school’s Environmental Solutions class last year. For a community education project, she organized and ran a free environmental summer camp for kids at the Hendrick Hudson Free Library.

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  • Letter from the Superintendent

    Click here to read a letter from Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter regarding the HVAC system at the high school.

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  • Bus Safety Reminder

    The start of a new school year means it's time to remember school bus safety! Please obey posted speed limits; watch out for children, especially during the early morning hours when students are walking to bus stops or to school; and do not pass a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing.

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  • Buildings and Grounds Ready for Students’ Return

    When students and staff arrive for the first day of school, they may be too excited to notice how clean and refreshed the buildings and grounds are. However, the district’s facilities/custodial staff has been busy all summer preparing for the start of the 2021-22 school year.

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  • Kinder Camp Sets Youngest Students Up for Success

    It may look like fun and games, but the district’s three-week Kinder Camp, held over the summer, plays an important role in preparing Hen Hud’s youngest students for the start of their school careers.

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  • A Letter from the Superintendent

    Click here to read a message from Superintendent Joseph Hochreiter, including important back-to-school information.

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