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SOCES PTA has awarded 12 teacher grants totaling nearly $9,000 to support students’ academic, developmental and social emotional growth at William O. Schaefer Elementary School and Cottage Lane Elementary School! “Teacher grants are a direct way that SOCES PTA can: Read More: SOCES PTA Awards 12 Teacher Grants
Following is a step-by-step overview to help families and staff better understand the District’s process for investigating reported COVID-19 cases, contact tracing and quarantining: 1. COVID-19 cases are reported 24/7, including evenings, weekends and holidays.: Read More: 5 Things to Know: Contact Tracing + Quarantine
Tappan Zee High School junior Gabrielle Arabe and senior Casey Kousoulas have been named Hudson Valley Regional Winners of the National Center for Women & Information Technology 2021 Aspirations in Computing Award! AiC recipients are chosen based on demonstrated: Read More: Three Earn NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Honors
Sent via SchoolMessenger on March 4, 2021 The District was notified last night that two individuals at Tappan Zee High School have tested positive for COVID-19. No contact tracing was required for one case; for the other, exposure dates have been determined to be: Read More: COVID-19 Notification: March 4, 2021
Tappan Zee High School students were able to dine in their newly-renovated cafeteria today! “Not only does the cafeteria look amazing but it is more functional now,” reports TZHS Principal Rudy Arietta. “Our students will be able to choose from a variety of seating: Read More: TZHS Reopens Renovated Cafeteria Commons
Tappan Zee High School junior Miranda Wozniak won the Sports Career Consulting Super Bowl LV Promotion Competition! Edrian Tavares, Alexa Payne and partners Tyler Tobin and Dylan Handelman earned honorable mentions for their submissions. This national contest: Read More: Wozniak Wins SCC Super Bowl Promotion Competition
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