Isaac E. Young eighth graders Emelien Perez (left) and Lesly Paccha work on food drive posters.Rate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The National Day of Service and Remembrance has passed, but the good deed that one class at Isaac E. Young Middle School has taken on is far from over.
The students in Mary Monteleone's 8th-grade English class started a food drive first by collecting extra canned goods from their homes. By mid-week, several had taken their lunch period to create food drive signs with colored markers to hang in the hallways.
"For them to give up their lunch to make the posters is a nice gesture," Monteleone said.New RochelleEducation
NRHS business teacher Robert ThompsonRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- New Rochelle High School business teacher Robert Thompson originally planned on a career in advertising. But his thoughts turned to teaching in an instant one day when he was serving as a counselor at Camp Quarropas in White Plains while in college.
A painfully shy boy who Thompson had been talking with for weeks hugged him while leaving the camp and thanked Thompson for being his best friend there.
"I wouldn't be here if that moment hadn't happened," Thompson said this week, in his classroom lined with computers.New RochelleEducation
Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne addresses the gathering at Amy's Greenhouse.Rate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Each year on September 11, the Barnard Early Childhood Center community comes together to appreciate Amy's Greenhouse, where the school has drawn from tragedy to create a place of life and learning.
Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne, speaking to the gathering of Barnard staff, friends and family and New Rochelle police officers and firefighters, recalled the difficulty in making sense of the tragic events of September 11, 2001.New RochelleEducation
NR Fund Starts 20th Year with Fundraising, Grant ProgramRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence is celebrating its 20th year of supporting enrichment programs in the City School District of New Rochelle with several plans
These include a new grant program and a crowdfunding campaign to raise $20,000.New RochelleEducation
Astorino Announces Free Fall Flu Shots for Westchester ResidentsRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
WHITE PLAINS, NY -- County Executive Robert P. Astorino announced that the Westchester County Health Department will give free flu shots to college students and residents at two locations next month in Valhalla and White Plains.
“Sign up for a flu shot today,” said County Executive Robert P. Astorino. “The earlier you get your flu shot, the longer you will be protected and flu season can run until May.”
To guarantee flu shot availability for either clinic, register in advance: http://www.health.ny.gov/Go2Clinic.TOTS_WideMedicineWestchester County
Teachers, Principals and Other Staff Members Gathered at New Rochelle High SchoolRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Teachers, principals and other staff members gathered at New Rochelle High School for the annual convocation, getting ready for students to return to school this week.
38 Teachers and Other Faculty Members were Granted Tenure on Tuesday NightRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Congratulations to the 38 teachers and other faculty members who were granted tenure on Tuesday night! The New Rochelle Board of Education voted on tenure for teachers at every school during its meeting in New Rochelle High School's Linda E. Kelly Theater.
Here they are, by school, starting with the elementary schools:
Jessica Bahar, special education
Marianella Bonelli, speech language pathologist
Anna Bruno, FLES teacher
Salvatore Spataro, teacher
Tammy Penton, teacher
Elementary School Students and New Rochelle High School Freshman Began Classes on WednesdayRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The 2017-18 school year is off to a great start! Elementary school students and New Rochelle High School freshman began classes on Wednesday. The other grades followed over the next two days.
Friday was the first day all 11,000 students were due for a full day of classes. Here are a few images from the week.
Wishing all a wonderful year of learning, exploring and achieving great things!
NEW YORK, NY -- To help customers stay healthy this flu season, vaccinations are now available at all Stop & Shop in-store pharmacies. Flu vaccinations are administered by Stop & Shop’s in-store pharmacists, with no appointment needed.TOTS_WideMedicineNew York State
The College of New Rochelle Announces Two New Members to its Board of TrusteesRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The College of New Rochelle (CNR) today announced the appointment of two new members to its Board of Trustees: Sr. Christine DeVinne, OSU, president of Ursuline College; and Elizabeth “Liz” Sweney, former Executive Vice President and Chief Merchant of J.C. Penney Company, Inc.New RochelleEducation
Students stream into New Rochelle High School Friday morning. It was the first day of classes for juniors and seniorsRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- On Friday, City School District of New Rochelle students in all grades had filed through the doors of their respective buildings as the 2017-18 school year fully got under way. It was a very successful opening, said Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne.New RochelleEducation
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The New Rochelle Board of Education filled two key administrative positions on Tuesday. Daniel Gonzalez, who served as the assistant principal at Isaac E. Young Middle School, was named the House I principal at New Rochelle High School, and Beatrice Lopez, a former assistant principal in the Bronx, was named the new middle school English department chairperson.New RochelleEducation
Newly tenured Albert Leonard Middle School teachers Justin Jose and Jessy O'Casey with Principal John Barnes.Rate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Thirty-eight faculty members were celebrated for achieving tenure at the New Rochelle Board of Education meeting on Tuesday.
The achievement buoyed the educators just in time to greet their students for the new school year in the following days.
"I am excited and proud to have reached this occasion," said Daniel Webster Magnet School special education teacher Cynthia Asiedu-Boateng, one of those who received tenure. "This is a nurturing community where we put the whole child first. That's one of the main reasons that I came here. They're so loving."New RochelleEducation