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Despite the snow day challenges that interrupted the REGENTS testing, students had the opportunity to make up the exams cancelled earlier in the week. The three-day week ended on a positive note as all students returned on Friday, January 30, 2015. I would like to thank...read more.  

 
 
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PHS will be celebrating National Foreign Language Week from March 2nd through March 6th.  For more information and details, please click here.
 
PCSD Presents...
Walk-Through Wednesdays
Every Wednesday (except 2/18) starting February 11 through March 4 
Click here for a detailed flyer with more information about our Open Houses. 
Click here for an important letter from Superintendent Dr. Licopoli inviting you to join us at these events.
 
POSTPONED! Winter Sports Awards Night
Wednesday, March 4
Tuesday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m.
PHS Auditorium
All Modified, JV and Varsity winter athletes and their families are invited to join Peekskill coaches and administrators as they celebrate the winter season.  
 
MANDATORY Spring Sports Meeting 
 Thursday, March 12
Peekskill High School Auditorium
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. 
 If your child plans on playing spring sports a parent/guardian and the athlete MUST attend this meeting.
 
 
St. Patrick's Day Parade
 Please join  Peekskill Schools as we represent the District in the City's Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday, March 14! 
The parade will kick off promptly at 3:00 p.m. from Columbian Engine Co. No.1 at 1850 Crompond Road and proceed through the streets of downtown Peekskill. Line-up will begin at 2:15.
 
 

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  • Summit Academy Welcomes Special Guest Speaker Reverend Jeannette Phillips

    Summit Academy Humanities classes recently enjoyed a visit from Reverend Jeannette Phillips in honor of Black History Month. Rev. Phillips spoke eloquently about her life in Peekskill, where she helped to found Hudson River Health Care for which she remains a Board Member. She also shared her memories of many marches and demonstrations for civil rights, jobs, health care, and education, and urged the students to keep on marching and working together for social justice.

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  • PHS Student Clubs Hold Debate About Peekskill Mascot

    Members of the Peekskill High School Debate Club, in conjunction with the PHS Student Council, held a public debate this week regarding Peekskill's Red Devil mascot. Students discussed many issues surrounding the topic, including the portrayal of the mascot in illustrated form, the notion of school tradition and the seperation of church and state. We thank our student panel for their efforts and also thank the students and community members who attended and voiced their opinions at the event.

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  • PHS' PACE Program Students Receive Free Tickets to View, "Selma"

    Students from Peekskill Middle School’s DREAM program and Peekskill High School’s PACE program recently had the opportunity to travel to the Cortlandt Town Center to view the movie “Selma,” in celebration of Black History Month. Both groups received free tickets to the movie, which is about a key moment in the civil-rights movement during the 1960’s, through an initiative started by IBM executive Michael Littlejohn of the Beta Zeta Boule’ Foundation.

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  • PHS' "Iron Devils" Make Debut at FTC Robotics Competition

    On January 25, six Peekskill High School students participated for the first time in the FTC Robotics Competition held at Riverside High School in Yonkers, New York. After several weeks of preparation Peekskill’s team, "The Iron Devils" had the opportunity to showcase their machine and compete against other local high school students.

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