Tarrytown’s Katie Smercak should have been enjoying her summer, learning to drive, reveling in just being 16. Instead she was plodding through her AP required reading list, writing essays, and suffering sleepless nights and daily panic attacks.
When Elizabeth Silver enters 11th grade at Sleepy Hollow High School this month, she’ll be facing a formidable work load, but given her past accomplishments, and motivation, she will undoubtedly cope with it successfully. She will be taking two advanced placement science classes. Science, particularly the field of medicine, has been on her agenda since the third grade.
Reflecting on his first year as superintendent of the Tarrytown Union Free School District, Dr. Christopher Clouet is appreciative of the community’s efforts, as well as faculty and staff, to help enable all students to be successful.