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Three Tappan Zee High School Youth and Government Club officers were recently selected to serve on the Alliance of New York State YMCAs 2021 New York State Youth and Government Model Cabinet. TZHS YAG Co-President Amy Kugelman was named Commissioner of Consumer: Read More: TZHS Students to Serve on State Model Cabinet
South Orangetown Middle School technology teacher Lou Chugranis was awarded an Orange & Rockland 2020-21 Classroom STEM Grant totaling nearly $1,000 during a virtual ceremony on October 21. It is the second consecutive year that Chugranis has secured funding: Read More: O&R Awards Classroom STEM Grant to SOMS’ Chugranis
Congratulations to Tappan Zee High School’s 2020 New York State School Music Association All-State musicians Jacob King (bass), Sarah Mesibov (soprano) and Mia Pakola (violin)! The three seniors have been selected to participate in the 2020 All-State Music Festival.: Read More: Three Musicians Earn NYSSMA All-State Honors
It’s National Principals Month! This year, we asked our principals to share what they love about their schools. Tune into our Facebook feed at 8:00AM each day to see what they had to say. Here’s the schedule: Tuesday, October 20: Rudy Arietta, TZHS: Read More: #ThankAPrincipal
Each year, the New York State School Boards Association promotes School Board Recognition Week in October to honor school board members for their commitment to New York public schools. The 2020 campaign kicks off today! These volunteers are publicly elected by our: Read More: Thank You, Board Members!
GREAT NEWS: The USDA has extended free school meals for all K-12 students through June 30, 2021! However, we are still urging families who believe that they may be eligible for free and reduced-price meal status to apply. Here’s why: Students who are enrolled in: Read More: Important Savings for Free/Reduced-Price Meal Recipients
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