Drop and Go Medical Donations - Starting Saturday March 28th!
Byram Hills Board of Education Main Page
In an environment of mutual respect, the Byram Hills School District and its community will provide students with the means, the knowledge, and the opportunity to excel in order to become productive and responsible citizens of the twenty-first century.
The district philosophy, as expressed in the foreword of the Board of Education policy book, articulates the value of a free and public education, the importance of an informed citizenry, the objective of honoring each student as an individual, and the belief in lifelong learning.
School Board meetings take place on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 PM at District Office. Meeting dates are indicated on the Byram Hills School calendar and are open to the public. Meeting agendas are posted at the public library and on the district's web site prior to each meeting. Procedures for public participation at Board of Education meetings are available at the meetings. A summary of Board meeting activity is published in the flyer, "On Board" following each meeting. "On Board" is posted in the public library, attached to school newsletters, and is posted on the district's web site.
Specific Board of Education meeting dates are listed on the district calendar and can also be viewed on the district web site:
Board of Education members can be contacted by using the following email address:
The Byram Hills Schools are closed until April 13th and utilizing e-learning opportunities. Please see all archived communications from Dr. Jen Lamia to the community via this LINK.
The Byram Hills School District and all other school districts in Westchester have been directed by Westchester County and New York State to provide childcare for children for healthcare workers and first responders (police, fire, EMS, and all public health workers) with no other childcare options. During this time of great need in Westchester County, the Armonk Children’s Corner will provide child care at our Coman Hill School utilizing up to three classrooms and the cafeteria with the number of students per room restricted by the Executive Order. There will be a nurse on staff.
Pending the availability of resources and the number of requests received, this childcare will be available for children ages 5 through 12, each weekday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Those who would like to participate must provide proof of employment (such as work ID) and fill out necessary medical and emergency information.
Please contact Armonk Children’s Corner at armonkchildrenscorner@gmail.