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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.

DECEMBER
Newsletter

Follow this link to read our December News > important dates, initiatives and grants!

SAVE THE DATE!

Hastings High School students, as well as all parents in the Rivertowns, are going to get the benefit of a very rare opportunity.

On January 7, all Hastings High School students will hear former NBA basketball star Chris Herren share his struggle with career-ending addiction and his heart-wrenching path to recovery. Mr. Herren, a motivational speaker on substance use and wellness, will touch on such topics as drinking, smoking marijuana and vaping, pill use, peer pressure, bullying and cutting. He will urge our teens to write their own story during this profound assembly.

On January 9, at 7 pm, all parents in the Rivertowns are invited to a screening of The First Day, the innovative documentary directed by Hastings’ own Jon Hock, which chronicles Chris Herren’s struggle with addiction and journey to recovery. Mr. Hock, along with Fred Muench, President of the Center on Addiction, will be taking questions after the film.

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A Parent's Guide to Hastings
High School

The transition to high school can be exciting and daunting for parents as well as students. The PTSA has created a guide for parents to help with this transition.
A PARENT’S GUIDE TO HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL

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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.