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300 Hornidge Road Mamaroneck, NY 10543


Eric Lutinski, Ed.D.
Principal/Assistant Superintendent for Instruction
(914) 777-4702
elutinski@ryeneck.org
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SCHOOL EMERGENCY GUIDE FOR PARENTS

Announcements

February Letter Day Calendar

January Letter Day Calendar 

December Letter Day Calendar

Social and Emotional Learning in Rye Neck K-12
RULER Presentation

Health Education

 

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS EXPLAINED

On Thursday, February 7th at 6:30 p.m. in the MS/HS Dining Hall, High School Graduation Requirements Explained covers transition to high school and talent development opportunities.  The presenters are: Dr. Valerie Feit, Co-Director of School Counseling, Ms. Samantha Chu, 7 & 8 Grade Counselor and High School Counselors Mr. Frank Gizzo, Ms. Susan Hannon and Ms. Amanda Mahncke.  The event is highly recommended for 8th grade parents and students.  All 7th grade parents and students are encouraged to attend.


MANDATORY REQUIREMENT FOR STUDENTS ENTERING OR ENROLLING IN GRADE 7 AND 12 BY SEPTEMBER 1, 2018

Please click HERE for information. 

 

PRINCIPAL'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The 2018-2019 Middle School PAC Members are:

Arlena Amos (PTSA VP)
Devina O'Reilly
April Tunno
Laura Sutter
Audrey Tauber
Kristen Vetter  

 

RYE NECK RECORDER 

The Rye Neck Middle School Newspaper is the District's first online newspaper started in 2009.  Middle School students have the opportunity to submit summaries of articles that they've read about topics and issues of interest to them.  Ranging from global concerns on human rights to new scientific discoveries to "feel-good" stories, Rye Neck Middle School School students are exploring the world beyond their community  and reporting back to their peers with a new-found knowledge and awareness.

The current issue of the ​Rye Neck Recorder​ can be found at 

 

MS CLUBS & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

Slide Show Description of Clubs and Enrichment Programs

List of Clubs and Enrichment Programs 

(includes day, time and location)

 

NYSSMA 2019 SIGN-UP INFORMATION

 

RNMS BAND/STRING/CHORUS SIGN-UP 2018-19 

Please complete the Google form above if your child is interested in joining one or more band, string or chorus ensembles for the 2018-19 school year.

  

Please visit our Nurse Services page for the most recent health requirements and forms.

 

USING THE PARENT PORTAL

Please check the portal regularly to avoid surprises, and discuss what you see with your child.  If you are unsure how to use the Parent Portal, please view this prezi to answer any questions you may have.   

 

Helping Your Child Succeed in Middle School

 

 

Current News

Middle School Students Donate Food to People in Need

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Thanks to the generosity of Rye Neck Middle School students, families and community members, the Student Senate has donated more than 20 boxes of food for people in need. The donations, which were collected over the course of two weeks, were donated to the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force on Jan. 9. 

Spearheaded by the middle school Student Senate and advisers Matthew Magnani and Christopher Tinnirello, the students collected nonperishable food items, such as cereal, pasta, rice, canned fruits and vegetables, canned gravies, sauces and soups, peanut butter and more. 

“Our students were very enthusiastic about the drive,” Tinnirello said. “We even created video public service announcements to play during the homeroom periods to remind students to donate. We raised awareness about those who are in need, and we also helped in a small way.”

Members of the Student Senate include sixth-grader Angie Aguilar, eighth-grader Mirabelle Brown, sixth-grader Sasha Jaramillo, seventh-grader Charlie Meyer, eighth-grader So Sato and seventh-grader Daniel Zyngier.
 

Eighth-Graders Celebrate Italian Culture With Traditional Meals

Eighth-Graders Celebrate Italian Culture

Rye Neck Middle School eighth-graders – who have been exploring the Italian language and culture in Rosina Martinelli’s languages classes – celebrated their accomplishments by hosting an Italian food tasting. They enjoyed authentic food and desserts, which were prepared by parents and students.

“The students have already acquired their vocabulary and verbs associated with Italian food and popular dishes in their food chapter,” Martinelli said. “They learned not only how to make Italian food, but they walked away knowing that the Italian culture is rich with food and family.” 

Some of the dishes the students brought in included pizza, Nutella pizza, zeppole, Italian cream puffs, ravioli, meatballs, lasagna, penne alla vodka, tiramisu, Napoleon pastries and pasta primavera. 

In addition, as a culminating activity to their chapter on Italian food, the students worked in groups to create a script for an Italian cooking show. Each group was challenged to provide clear guidelines in Italian about how to cook an authentic dish.