Join us on June 8th (Adults only) at 6:30 in the Waverly Gym.
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Please be advised that it is illegal and dangerous to pass school busses when they have their red lights flashing.
Important Attendance and Dismissal Information
Parents, please remember that students are not permitted to bring candy to school. The details of our practices at Waverly School are outlined on page 9 of the Family Handbook. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call Mari Doyle at 914-793-6130, ext. 5502.
Unfortunately, a number of parents have been observed entering the bus circle before 9:00 AM and while students are unloading from busses. In addition, some cars have passed school buses while their lights were blinking which is illegal and a moving violation. For the safety of our students, please be sure to use the Hall Avenue entrance if you are dropping off your child before 9:00 AM. If you arrive after 9:00 AM, you will need to find alternate parking and escort your child into the school. The details of our practices at Waverly School are outlined on page 5 of the Family Handbook. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call Mari Doyle at 914-793-6130, ext. 5502. Thank you, in advance for your cooperation.
HAC is an online parent portal that will give you timely access to relevant educational information pertaining to your child.
School District Voter Registration Applications
Please click here for the Eastchester School District Voter Registration Form. This allows a qualified voter to vote in school district votes only.
If you have an active voter registration on file with the county, then you are also registered for the school district.
If you are not registered with the county, you may register with the school district, in person, as long as you meet the following requirements. You must be:
The deadline to register for the May 16, 2017 Vote is Wednesday, May 10, 2017 (by 4pm).
An application for an Absentee Ballot must be filed with the School District Clerk. Upon receipt by the District Clerk of a completed application, the voter will be given the actual ballot.
This is a two-step process. An Application for an Absentee Ballot must be filed first with the District Clerk. Applications for absentee ballots may be obtained by contacting the District Clerks office at 580 White Plains Road, Phone: 793-6130, ext. 4258, or from this web page. Click here for the Application for Absentee Ballot.
Upon receipt by the District Clerk of a completed application, the voter will be given the actual ballot. If the actual ballot is to be mailed to the voter, the completed application for a ballot must be returned to the District Clerk no later than seven days before the vote date. If the actual ballot is to be given personally to the voter, it may be obtained up until 4:00 pm on the day before the vote.
Completed ballots must be returned to the District Clerks office no later than 5:00 pm on the vote day for them to be counted.
Westchester County Voter Registration Applications
Qualified voters who register with Westchester County can vote in school district elections as well as other local and national elections. Registration applications are available locally in Eastchester Town Hall; in Tuckahoe Village Hall or go to http://www.elections.ny.gov/
Call 1-800-FOR-VOTE for additional information.
Waverly 1st grade
Moving-Up Events 2017
Friday, June 16
Children should wear their
Waverly T-shirt or a red shirt
Cavalli (1st gr students only)
Walsh (1st gr students only)
Cinquemani (1st gr students only)
Tuesday, June 20 1:00pm
Kids in the Candy Store: Household Items with Abuse Potential
Presented by Michael Nerney
Monday, May 1, 2017 7:00pm Eastchester High School Library
Your home likely contains many items that, in the wrong hands, can pose grave danger for abuse, addiction, overdose and even death. Hear about trends in teen/preteen substance abuse regarding prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and many common household items such as cleaners and solvents. Learn how you can safeguard these items to create a safe and healthy environment in your home.
Did you know?*
· Inhalants are often among the first drugs that young adolescents use.
· Inhalants are used more by younger adolescents than older ones.
· Inhalant use can become chronic and continue into adulthood.
· Cough medicines, dietary supplements, sleep aids and caffeine pills are common substances of abuse among teens.
· Many teens experiment with over-the-counter substances believing them to be safe because they are legal and readily available to the public.
· The risks of abuse of these medications and supplements are many.
· There are more than 1000 household products that teens can use to get high.
· Some of these products include: typewriter correction fluid, felt tip markers, spray paint, air freshener, butane, cooking spray, various types of glue, gasoline, deodorant spray, fabric protector spray, whipping cream aerosols, hair spray, and household cleaners.
· Not only are these items available in the home, teens can walk into any grocery store, hardware store, or pharmacy and purchase them with no questions asked.
Please join us for what should be a very informative evening.
*Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse for Teens (NIDA)
Friday, April 28th from 3:30-500
California Road and Highland Avenue
TOWN OF EASTCHESTER SUMMER CAMP 2017
Below is the 2017 Summer Camp information.
Applications are now available online at
Camp Galaxy and Camp Rainbow Registrations
Starting on Monday, April 3rd we will have a one week early bird registration week with many opportunities to sign-up early and save:
All registration will take place at Eastchester Town Hall:
Monday, April 3rd -Friday, April 7th 8:30AM - 4:30PM (Recreation Office)
**Sign up by April 7th to receive a significant savings for Summer Camp 2017**
Camp Rainbow is a ½ day program that is for residents who turn 4 by June 27th through those entering 3rd grade. Camp Rainbow will be held at the Tuckahoe Middle/High School Campus. Camp Galaxy Junior and Senior are full day programs for grades 1 through 3 (Anne Hutchinson School) and 4 through 6 (Eastchester Middle/High School Campus) respectively. Swimming and out of camp trips are included with Camp Galaxy.
Camp Dates for the Summer of 2017:
Camp Rainbow, Camp Galaxy Junior and Senior
TUESDAY, June 27th -August 4th (No Camp on July 3rd or 4th)
Please Log online to www.eastchester.org/recreation for additional information including rates and applications. Please call the Recreation Office at 914-771-3311 with any questions.
The Waverly PTA + Music Boosters invite you to
Making Music at Waverly. Experience a Waverly music class
and learn how we create a solid music foundation for
our youngest students. Tap your sticks, move your feet,
sing a song, feel the beat. Please join us, it will be a treat!
Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017
Place: Waverly School cafeteria