Daily Announcements

Calendar of Events for the Month of May 2024

Monday, May 20, 2024 (B Day)

Congratulations to Kevin Khitrov and Anhad Kataria for their amazing week competing at the International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles last week. Kevin comes home to Ardsley taking 2nd place grand award for his cellular and molecular research in autophagy. Westchester dominated the rest of the world and ranked one of the top performing regions in the entire world. Welcome home Kevin & Anhad!

Attention Juniors: If you are interested in running for a position on the Senior Board, please attend an informational meeting on Thursday during 9th period in Room 201.

Stand up! Learn how to stand up for yourself and others in this free workshop, hosted by Rivertown Parents and Right To Be, that will teach students, parents, and teachers five techniques to be an effective bystander. The date of the workshop is TODAY. Pre-registration is required, so please use this link if interested.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Shrinand Patnaik.  


The PTSA DEI Committee is hosting BOOM Club Teen: Pride Edition on Thursday, May 23rd. They'll be discussing the National Geographic special issues on the "Gender Revolution" and related materials in a student-only setting (adults will have a separate group discussion). 


Interested in helping out with this year's Juneteenth celebration on June 15th? The Ardsley Multicultural Diversity and Inclusion Committee is looking for students to engage in a project that will showcase top Black inspirational leaders through art. All supplies will be provided. Contact Ms. Caquias for more information. Jcaquias@ardsleyschools.org

Jewish Heritage Month:  Celebrating Jewish Ingenuity

Pink and Billy Joel celebrating Jewish History month with a musical twist

Jobs in YES (new job postings)

Job Openings 2024

*Please see Mrs. Resendiz in the gym for details*


Parents should notify the Attendance Clerk, Lisa Giuliano (lgiuliano@ardsleyschools.org) of a student's absence or lateness at (914) 295-5894.  A message may also be left on her voice mail. 

Technology News

Ardsley High School requires all students to have a device for daily use both in class and at home for learning. Students can bring their own device or request a school-issued Chromebook.   Please complete this form to let us know your intentions. In addition, all students must agree to the Chromebook Usage Agreement. 

*All families are eligible to pay for insurance coverage for a school-issued Chromebook. To learn more about coverage for your student’s Chromebook refer to the link below (Worth Ave Group). 

Once students receive their devices, families will be able to purchase or renew insurance. Any family who purchased insurance for a school-issued Chromebook last year, please note that it expired on 9/1, and you must renew it annually. Refer to the link below (Worth Ave Group) to purchase the insurance. Otherwise, you will be responsible for any damage that can result in a $150 - $300 charge. 


Are you having any tech problems?  Please submit your issue through the Help Desk


How to sign in to your personal device at school:  Accessing the AHS-BYOD


Lost your ID?  Legacy Studios has an ID card replacement link where students can purchase a new ID for $5.  Order online and it will ship to your house.