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Tappan Zee High School seniors Olivia Steger and Jonathan Young have been recognized as 2021 National Merit Scholarship Commended Students for scoring among the top three percent of the more than 1.5 million students nationwide who took the Preliminary SAT/National: Read More: Steger, Young are NMS Commended Students
The SOCSD Family Engagement Center’s ParentChild+ program is entering its second year! ParentChild+, offered in partnership with Rockland 21C, is a nationally-recognized, research-based, early childhood literacy and parent support initiative designed for: Read More: ParentChild+ Enters Second Year
Eighty-eight Tappan Zee High School students earned 2020 AP Scholar Awards for “outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on multiple AP exams,” over the course of their high school careers. “Having such a large number of AP Scholars is a: Read More: At TZHS, 88 Earn 2020 AP Scholar Awards
Tappan Zee High School senior Peter Wu has been named a 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist! “Being a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist is a huge honor and is reflective of the great work Peter has done in his three-plus years at TZ,” said: Read More: Wu is National Merit Semifinalist
In-person student attendance begins tomorrow, September 14, with Group B (L-Z). IMPORTANT SCHOOL MEAL UPDATE: The USDA has extended free school meals for all students nationwide through December 31, 2020. School meals must be ordered by noon each Wednesday for the: Read More: In-Person Student Attendance Starts September 14
Lucia McCahill has been approved by the Board of Education as Acting Assistant Principal at Cottage Lane Elementary School effective September 11, 2020. McCahill will assume the duties of Rob Schliessman, who is Acting Principal at William O. Schaefer Elementary: Read More: McCahill Named CLE Acting Assistant Principal
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