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
Students in the Young Engineers School Summer Math, Science and Engineering Academy Shot Off the RocketsRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Students in the Young Engineers School summer math, science and engineering academy shot off the rockets they'd spent much of the week building.
The group is made up of students from Albert Leonard and Isaac E. Young middle schools. The classes are at Albert Leonard.
Some of the rockets were Estes models, fired off with gunpowder. Others were assembled from household objects including a plastic soft drink bottle and the cardboard cylinder from a roll of paper towels, and shot skyward with water pressure.
New Rochelle High School Athletes are Preparing for the SeasonRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Most students don't come back to school for more than three weeks, but the New Rochelle High School athletes are already preparing for the season.
The first to report were the girls' soccer teams, at 7 a.m. today.
Others starting today are varsity and J.V. football, cheer leading, volleyball and girls' cross country.
Still more teams start later this week or next week.
Here are some shots of head coach Francesco Notaristefano with the girls' soccer teams.
Lauren Denninger, a Special Education Teacher and Facilitator at Isaac E. Young Middle School Passed AwayRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 5 Average: 5 (1 vote)
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Lauren Denninger, a special education teacher and facilitator at Isaac E. Young Middle School and a beloved member of our school district community.
Lauren passed away on August 18.
“Lauren was a dedicated special educator who touched hundreds of children’s lives,” said Yvette Goorevitch, the New Rochelle schools Director of Special Education who hired Denninger and worked with her during her career in the District.
Denning is seen here with her daughter, Margaret.New RochelleEducationObituaries
Eclipse 2017 from New Rochelle High SchoolRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 5 Average: 5 (1 vote)
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- By the hundreds, they came to McKenna Field at New Rochelle High School this afternoon to get a look at Eclipse 2017.
The total eclipse was far to the south, but that didn't stop New Rochelle residents from answering the school's invitation to gather on the field to see what they could see of it from here. They came with cardboard-and-plastic eclipse glasses and other devices for witnessing the event.
WARNING: some readers may find the images and description in this story disturbing.
UPDATED: Statement from New Rochelle City Manager
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Virulent, graphic anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant flyers were distributed in the area across the street from Trump Tower in downtown New Rochelle overnight. The flyers were placed on the windshields of dozens of cars parked in the area of LeCount Place from Main Street to Franklin Avenue and from Main Street to Memorial Highway.
"The contents of the flyer are graphic and disturbing." said City Manager Charles B. Strome. "We take incidents like this very seriously and the New Rochelle Police Department is actively investigating."
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