Looking forward to seeing you for Extended School Year 2022!

ESY DATES 7/5/2022 - 8/12/2022

Looking forward to a summer of learning and fun

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News from our schools

  • Principal Phyllis Rizzi named statewide 'Administrator of the Year'

    A veteran SWBOCES leader in special education has been honored by her peers across New York State for being among the best in her field. Phyllis Rizzi, principal at Tappan Hill School in Tarrytown, learned late last month in a letter from Regional Association of Supervisors & Administrators President Anthony Baxter that she had been named Administrator of the Year by the group’s parent organization, Empire State Association of Supervisors & Administrators.

    “This well deserved acknowledgement is a tribute to the hard work you have expended over the years to ensure student and staff success,” Mr. Baxter wrote. Ms. Rizzi had an opportunity to express her gratitude recently at the regional group’s virtual meeting before addressing a statewide audience at ESSAA's Annual Gala on May 20 at the Sleepy Hollow Conference Center.

    News Feed - Tappan Hill
  • Moving Up / Graduation Ceremonies

    This year the Moving Up and Graduation Ceremonies will be held on June 10th... More details to follow

    Rye Lake Campus Middle/High
  • SWBOCES staff turns out for Walk4Hearing event in Westchester

    SWBOCES staff were happy to participate in Sunday's Walk4Hearing event presented by Hearing Loss Association of America at FDR Park in Yorktown. Pictured here are Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services James Gratto, Director of Special Services Andrea Byrne, Speech Language Pathologist Eileen McGarvey, and Teacher of the Deaf and Hearing Impaired Melinda Pittis. The event featured opportunities to learn about resources and technologies, connect with others in the community and bring attention to the importance of hearing health. Learn more about Walk4Hearing at walk4hearing.org.

    News Feed - Center for Special Services
  • #School Spirit Week

    Team Tappan represented many sports on Jersey Day! Our school spirit is in full swing.

    Tappan Hill
  • #School Spirit Week

    Pajama Day to celebrate the end of spirit day, after a week of celebrating the spirit of Tappan Hill.

    Tappan Hill
  • New Rye Lake Campus Fitness Center expands Phys Ed offerings

    School officials unveiled a sparkling new fitness center on Southern Westchester BOCES' Rye Lake Campus, expanding physical education offerings for students as well as providing off-hours workout opportunities for Special Services staff.

    News Feed - Center for Special Services
  • #School Spirit Week

    Every one shines bright in their Red, White, and Blue here at Tappan Hill School! 

    Tappan Hill
  • #School Spirit Week

    We are kicking off Spirit Week with Crazy Hats and Silly Hair!  Have no fear- Tappan Hill is filled with pride and cheer!

    Tappan Hill
  • Tappan Hill School Spirit Week

    Join us in celebrating the Tappan Hill School Spirit Week from Monday, April 4 through Friday, April 8, 2022!

    Tappan Hill
  • View a demonstration of the new Rye Lake Campus Fitness Center

    See all the machines that are in place in the new Rye Lake Campus Fitness Center and get a demonstration from the manufacturer on how each machine is used. Click here to view the Fitness Center demo.

    Rye Lake Campus Middle/High
  • Getting the band back together: Revived program is music to students' ears

    SWBOCES Music Teacher Andrew Ruoti’s class at Irvington High School is making real music together. Since joining Southern Westchester BOCES this school year, Mr. Ruoti's class is part of a revival of the music program here and at the Rye Lake Campus. From the sound of things, the program is really coming together. 

    News Feed - Irvington High School
  • SEPT PRESENTATIONS 3/23 AND 4/20!

    Wednesday, March 23rd, 7:00 p.m.: Stress and Avoidance: Assisting in the Development of Problem Solving

     

    Wednesday, April 20th, 7:00 p.m.: Learning to Let Go: Parental Influences on the Development of Independence 

    Rye Lake Lower Campus
  • World Down Syndrome Day! March 21st!

    Rock your mismatched, crazy socks for World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st!

    Rye Lake Lower Campus
  • Statement on masks for SWBOCES and LHRIC

    In keeping with Gov. Hochul's announcement that the statewide mask mandate for schools will be lifted on Wednesday, March 2, the wearing of masks will be optional within SWBOCES programs and facilities on that date. We will continue to offer masks at our entrances for those who choose to use them. We encourage all individuals to continue to monitor for symptoms of illness and to stay home if ill.  We will provide updates to this guidance as it becomes available.

    News Feed - Center for Special Services
  • Tappan Hill students thank firefighters during weeklong kindness celebration

    Tappan Hill School is celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Week! The Connected Learning Team planned a week full of kind acts, appreciation and gratitude for the school community.
     
    Students in Kim Hild’s class created a list of kind acts that have been posted for each day of this week, as a challenge for students and staff to complete. Students and their families also participated by completing their ‘kindness keys,' in which students shared acts of kindness that have completed at home.
     
    On Tuesday, Feb. 15, students gave firefighters from the Tarrytown and Hawthorne fire departments thank you cards for their work and service. The special treat for students was getting to see the fire truck and ladders in our circular driveway.
     
    This week has been an exciting opportunity to teach students about the importance of kindness, not only within school but at home and in the community. Special thanks to the Connected Learning Team, staff and families for making this week so exciting and meaningful for students!
    News Feed - Center for Special Services
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