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#ProudTZGrad Christina Garcia (‘16) has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to LaRioja, Spain! The prestigious and highly-competitive program funds American citizens to study, conduct research or teach English abroad. “I will be teaching multiple subjects in English: Read More: #ProudTZGrad Christina Garcia awarded Fulbright Scholarship
Six members of Tappan Zee High School’s History Honor Society placed in the Virtual Lower Hudson Valley Regional History Day Contest and advanced to the New York State competition! This year’s theme was “Communication in History: The Key to Understanding.” Junior: Read More: TZHS History Day Projects Advance to States
Seventeen members of Tappan Zee High School’s Youth and Government Club recently participated in the YMCA New York State YAG Conference. Three served on the Youth Governor’s Cabinet: TZHS YAG Co-President Amy Kugelman (Commissioner of Consumer Protection),: Read More: Peel Elected NYS Youth Governor
Sent via SchoolMessenger on April 14, 2021 The District was notified that an individual at William O. Schaefer Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19. The exposure dates were April 12 and April 13. Contact tracing is underway and will be completed this: Read More: COVID-19 Notification: April 14, 2021
Sent via SchoolMessenger on April 12, 2021 The District has been notified that two individuals at Tappan Zee High School have tested positive for COVID-19. For one case, the exposure date was today, April 12. There was no exposure for the second case. Contact tracing: Read More: COVID-19 Notification: April 12, 2021
Tappan Zee High School has recognized 64 students for their outstanding character, achievement and effort via its Spring 2021 Student Showcase. “The students nominated by the Tappan Zee staff demonstrate qualities reflective of our school charter: respect, inspire,: Read More: TZHS Student Showcase Salutes Student Achievement, Character
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