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Today, 5/1/2016
High: 63 Low: 48
Chance rain
25% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 5/2/2016
High: 60 Low: 48
Chance rain
40% chance of precipitation.

School Snapshot...

Say hello to NAO! He's small but he's got a big personality for a 22.8-inch robot! Better yet, he will aid students in learning computer programing, coding language, computational thinking and other STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills. NAO can speak French, do Tai Chi, imitate Darth Vader, walk, talk, run, laugh and even look sad. We're happy he's found a home in the School District. You can call him by his nickname... "Dobbs." Click on the video above.


Smart Schools Bond - Preliminary Investment Plan... As part of the Smart Schools Bond Act, the Dobbs Ferry School District  was allocated a total of $367,973. The goal of the Smart Schools Bond Act is to increase the use and access to educational technology to help improve learning for students. A public hearing on the preliminary plan will be held at the Board of Education meeting on May 5, 2016.

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2016/2017 Budget Information

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2015/2016 Communication Survey Results

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Message From the Superintendent

Dear Community Member,

Spring is finally here and with it, birds, bees and budget time for school districts across New York State. The school budget vote and school board elections will be held on Tuesday, May 17th from 7 am-9 pm in the Dobbs Ferry High School Gymnasium.

The Dobbs Ferry School District is a vibrant learning community where innovative programs and exciting instructional practices permeate classrooms and inspire students, teachers and staff. For the fifth year in a row, and since the inception of the tax levy cap, the Board of Education is pleased to present a budget to the community in which the school tax levy (0%) is under the State Property Tax Cap (0.12%). As a result, taxpayers can expect to pay a 0.2% increase for the 2016-2017 school year. The proposed budget enables the District to maintain all instructional programs, extracurricular programs, extracurricular activities and staff for next year. 

We are also fortunate to have three highly qualified community members running for three vacant seats on the Dobbs Ferry Board of Education.  Thank you to our current Board of Education President, Michael Goldman, for his nine years of service to our students and school family.  His financial expertise and commitment to the success of all students has helped to shepherd remarkable changes within the District that will further prepare our students for an ever-evolving 21st Century world. 

The Board and I appreciate your continued support of our schools and feel that this budget will continue to provide Dobbs Ferry students with an exemplary educational experience.  I look forward to seeing you on May 17th

Lisa  Brady, Ed.D.

District Calendar

Monday, May 2
"D Day"
Wellness Committee
3:40 PM 
Board Room
Tuesday, May 3
"A Day"
Wednesday, May 4
"B Day"
Early Dismissal
One Hour for Professional Development
Thursday, May 5
"C Day"
BOE Meeting
7:00 PM
MS/HS Library
Friday, May 6
"D Day"
Saturday, May 7
SAT Exam

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