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Administration of the SAT Exam scheduled for this Saturday, September 26, at Tappan Zee High School will proceed as planned. The building will be cleaned and sanitized over a 48-hour period preceding and following the exam administration. Masks must be worn on-site at: Read More: Information Regarding September 26 SAT Exam
Sent via SchoolMessenger email on September 24, 2020 Dear South Orangetown Families, Our District was notified last evening that an individual at Tappan Zee High School tested positive for COVID-19 yesterday, September 23. This individual was at TZHS on Monday and: Read More: TZHS Temporary Closure: September 24-25
This message was sent via SchoolMessenger to SOCSD staff and families on September 23, 2020. Dear South Orangetown Families, We are delighted with our school community’s commitment and support over the past two weeks as we have reopened our schools. As I: Read More: SOCSD Schedule Update: September 23, 2020
Over the next several weeks, South Orangetown schools will partner with hundreds of other schools nationwide for “Start With Hello,” a Sandy Hook Promise initiative to promote an inclusive school culture. Although typically a one-week annual event, schools are: Read More: Schools “Start With Hello”
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
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