WHAT: 2018-2019 TUFSD budget vote
WHEN: Tuesday, May 15 from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM
WHERE: Tarrytown residents vote at Washington Irving School; Sleepy Hollow residents vote at Morse School
For details on the proposed budget, please view the attached budget information sheet.
Budget Sheet 2018
Thank you for taking the time to vote!
Did you know that the Horsemen PTA organizes STAFF APPRECIATION LUNCHEONS during Teacher Appreciation Week (which happens to be next week)? We need your help to show our teachers how much we appreciate them!
Please sign up to help your school using the SignUp Genius links below:
Smile! Photo day is tomorrow, Wednesday October 15th for all students at John Paulding, Morse and WI.
Photo Retakes and Make Ups will be on November 19th.
Due to inclement weather, the First Grade Trip Around the Community is rescheduled until Thursday, April 10.
On Thursday, their teachers will accompany the students as they take a day-long walking trip to some of the many community resources that are right here on Beekman Avenue. The visits will include:
- Fire Department
- Police Station
- Village Hall
- Mahopac National Bank
- RSHM Life Center
The Students will also take part in some activities here at Morse:
- Main Street Sweets
- Sleepy Hollow Rec with Mrs. Robin Pell
- K-9 Show
- Post Office
- Yoo’s Martial Arts
- Reflection time on the green top to discuss what students have learned
The students will have lunch in their classrooms.
You can help make this a success for all by doing the following:
- Send a bag lunch and a drink in a disposable bag
- Be sure your child is wearing comfortable shoes
- Dress your child for the weather.
Enrichment Opportunities for Second Graders at Morse
Great things are happening in our district! As pulled from the district website:
Second grade students will receive enrichment opportunities as a whole class, instead of as a pull-out program. The goal behind this format is to provide all students with early exposure to enrichment opportunities. These early opportunities may foster interests and talents which can further cultivate differentiated enrichment opportunities in later grades.
Each month, each of the second grade classes will each receive a new enrichment lesson provided by one of our challenge teachers: Mrs. Massaro, for the first half of the year, or Mrs. Hickey, for the second half. Other lessons will be coordinated with grade level team leaders in order to enhance the curriculum on topics such as citizenship and critical thinking skills.
To learn more, check out the article posted 11/9/13 about the Second Graders trip to Peabody on the district website.