The 2018–2019 School year is here!

The Hastings-on-Hudson Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is a nonprofit, membership association that seeks to bring together the home, school and community on behalf of all children and youth.

Explore our site and learn more about our meetings, grants, advocacy, fundraisers, and volunteering opportunities.

Contact us at hohptsa@ptsahastings.org.

Welcome to our new Superintendent!

The Hastings-on-Hudson PTSA is thrilled to welcome our new Superintendent, Dr. Valerie Henning-Piedmonte. Read the Letter to the EditorThe Rivertowns Enterprise, written by one of her colleagues.

HOH District Tenure Process

Tenure appointment recommendations go to the Board for action on Tuesday, May 7th, 2019. The window of opportunity for Board members to review tenure files is ongoing (now).

Teachers up for tenure this year:
Shannon Mulholland (K-6 teacher)
Kristen Aimi (HE – English as new language)
Emily Kehoe (HHS – Physical Ed)

You can download the Tenure Process here.

Irvington PTSA Presentation

Increasing Emotional Resilience in our Students: Bringing DBT to School
Dr. Alec Miller will be in Irvington on Tuesday, April 30 @ 7pm, to discuss how we can help our students effectively manage anxiety, stress and other strong emotions using skills found in DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy).
This presentation is open to all parents of school-age children.
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Hastings PTSA

The Hastings PTSA is a nonprofit, membership assoc that seeks to bring together the home, school and community on behalf of all children and youth.