AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

Dear Pocantico Community:

On Wednesday morning, June 13th, Emily Segal announced her decision to step down from the Board of Education after eight years of service. We honor Emily's dedicated passion to our community and respect her decision. 

We will begin our discussion regarding a succession plan for the open Board seat at our June 26th Regular Board of Education meeting.

In the interim, please rest assured that the Board remains steadfast and enthusiastic in its support of established District needs and priorities.  We continue to be proud of all the good work being done on behalf of the children of this District.

Warmly,

Charlie Minton, Alfred Pacile, Kasama Star, Fred Rickles

Pocantico Hills Board of Education

 

Our Mission

The Pocantico Hills School staff believes that each student is a complex and unique person. We are committed to helping our children realize their complete personal potential – academic, creative, physical and emotional. We will ask the students to stretch themselves and help them to discover the rewards of working hard.

We will treat the students with respect and understanding and encourage them to be caring and contributing members of society, students who are thoughtful, honest, fair, kind and self-disciplined.

Here at Pocantico Hills

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Pocantico Pride - Great Achievements and News from Alumni and Staff

The Metro Awards, sponsored by the Helen Hayes Foundation, are considered to be the high school “Tony Awards.”  This year two Pocantico alumna have been nominated. 

Lyndsey Minerva (Class of 2015) was nominated for Best Lead Actress in Pleasantville High School’s production of “The Sound of Music” and Tucker Poux (Class of 2015) was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in Briarcliff’s production of “How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”  

This is a huge honor for these budding stars and their dedication to musical theater!  The awards will be held June 11th at SUNY Purchase.  We wish them all the best!

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