Follow this link
for information about the Bond Referendum for Capital Improvements.
Transportation to Private and Parochial Schools
In conformance with New York State Education law, the Board of Education has established the following policy and procedures governing transportation to other than public schools.
Transportation will be provided only if written requests are submitted each year before April 1
and if all other requirements are met. Written applications must include each child's name, the grade in which the child will be enrolled, the name of the school to which transportation is sought, and the distance between home and the school. Read more...
School District Elections
Candidates for the Board of Education must submit a Candidate Petition which must be filed with the District Clerk no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, April 21, 2014. The District Office hours on Monday, April 21, 2014 will be from 2 – 5 p.m. If you need to contact the District Office that day, please call 914-719-2023. Follow this link
for the petition.
Bond Referendum for Capital Improvements
Read this update from Dr. Kniewel
about the ongoing conversation regarding the bond referendum and the 2014-2015 budget and how they support the district's educational mission. A folder has also been set up in the Board of Education
section of the web site where resources about the bond will be posted, including the district's five-year capital plan, a list of the projects being considered for inclusion in the bond, and other materials.
Board of Education Meeting
Tuesday, April 22 - 8:15 p.m. - EHS-LGI
All regular public meetings of the Board of Education are called to order at in the EHS Library. There is then an immediate adjournment to Executive Session; public session reconvenes in the EHS LGI at
for important information about transportation to private or parochial schools.
if you have an incoming kindergartner to enroll for 2014-2015.