Pocantico Students Go Global

Dia de los Muertos Students found a bit of a surprise one recent day when they went to lunch. Several parent volunteers had set up a table with a colorful […] Read more »

Garden to Cafeteria Table: Students Enjoy Autumn’s Bounty at Annual Harvest Event

Each autumn in the Pocantico Hills School District, students participate in the much-anticipated Garden Harvest event. The yearly tradition that is part of PHCSD’s Growing and Gardening program teaches students […] Read more »

Officer Blume Grows School, Community Relations as Pocantico SRO

School Resource Officer Peter Blume’s priority is keeping students, staff, and visitors to campus safe in the Pocantico Central School District. His secondary goal is to get to know the […] Read more »

New Pastor Joins Union Church of Pocantico Hills

Much is underway at the Union Church of Pocantico Hills, the historic stone house of worship in northern Westchester that displays world-class art by famed artists Marc Chagall and Henri […] Read more »

Camp Poco was in Full Summer Fun Mode

On a recent summer Friday, campers at Camp Poco, the day camp program hosted by the Pocantico Hills Central School District, enjoyed the Camp Fair, complete with games, food, and […] Read more »

An Orangerie Blossoms in Pocantico Hills

It’s hard to resist metaphors associated with fruitfulness when contemplating current developments at the 1908 orangerie on the Rockefeller estate, in Pocantico. What was once a vast winter citrus greenhouse […] Read more »

Student Authors Celebrate Completion of Book Series

Finally! The last book in the “Aquawagomingo” series has arrived and was recently distributed to third graders at Pocantiico Hills School who had time to sit down, get comfy and […] Read more »

Pocantico Students’ Suggestion Results in Change in School Café

Having learned in school about the dangers of single-use plastic and its impact on landfills and the environment, fourth grader Valentina P. thought that her school cafeteria could help with […] Read more »

Martin and Irene Ginsburg Honored at HHV’s Women’s History Institute Dinner

In recognition of Martin and Irene Ginsburg’s significant contributions to the economic development, environmental protection, and cultural vitality of Westchester County, Historic Hudson Valley honored the couple at a dinner […] Read more »

New Geography Bee Winner Named, Group Will Compete in Regional Event

The green feathered quetzal is not likely something that comes up in daily conversation at Pocantico Hills. It was, however, mentioned at the Geography Bee held on May 12, as […] Read more »