Tappan Hill Closure One Step Closer To Reality

The unique set-up of the Thursday, March 18 Board of Education meeting for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns gave the community a chance to dig into the meat of […] Read more »
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Tarrytown Superintendent Recommends Closing Tappan Hill School

What had previously been only rumor and conjecture took a huge step towards reality on Thursday, March 4th, when Tarrytown Superintendent Howard Smith officially recommended that the Board of Education […] Read more »

“Footloose” Turning Loose at Sleepy Hollow High School

Sleepy Hollow High School’s annual musical production is again underway, as local students spend countless hours after school focusing on the show-in-the-making. This year, the show is none other than […] Read more »
Sid the Science Kid at Tappan Hill

Sid the Science Kid Films at Tappan Hill

Hollywood invaded Tarrytown last month but, in addition to Keanu Reeves and James Caan, another group of big time celebrities performed for the cameras — this time on the grounds […] Read more »

Spirited Crowd Rejects School Merger Concept

The Campus Theater at Irvington High School was packed with over 500 parents, teachers, and community members at the Thursday, January 21st evening meeting where Superintendent Kathleen Matusiak and Assistant […] Read more »

Tarrytown Nursery School 60th Anniversary and Celebration at J.P. Doyle’s

Tarrytown Nursery School, Tarrytown’s non-sectarian, cooperative nursery school for 2, 3 and 4-year olds, commemorates its 60th year of operation with a 60th Anniversary Celebration at J.P. Doyle’s Restaurant, 48 […] Read more »

Scarborough Presbyterian Children’s Center Celebrates 15 Years

The Scarborough Presbyterian Children’s Center, or SPCC as it is known, is located at 671 Scarborough Road. The preschool is housed next door to the Scarborough Presbyterian Church on Scarborough […] Read more »
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State Budget Woes Affect Local School Districts

Late last year, in an effort to balance the State’s books, Governor David Paterson proposed over $5.2 million in budget cuts − including a large cut in state educational aid. […] Read more »

Teacups – A Need for a Chip in the China

I recently read that colleges have a name for the current generation of incoming students. They call them “teacups.” This is because they are beautiful and fragile and have been […] Read more »

Tarrytown Nursery School is Turning 60!

Do you still have that special craft your child made in the 3’s class? Or maybe you have something you made in the 4’s? Tarrytown Nursery School is celebrating its […] Read more »