NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- New Rochelle Board of Education President Rachel Relkin announced today the appointment of Dr. Jonathan Brice to Chair the Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- In a letter to Isaac E. Young Middle School parents dated January 29, 2018, Assistant Principal Tawanda Robinson warned that as all students have been taught the Tier 1 expectations over the first two marking periods that school now reserves “the right at this time of year, to implement second stage consequences or higher.”
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- New Rochelle Fire Department responded to a structure fire with flames through the roof this morning at 96 Amherst Drive near Stratton Road in New Rochelle.
Flames were shooting out through the roof towards the back of the house.
Fire Chief Lou DeMiglio said there was a lot of smoke when firefighters arrived on the scene. Two residents, a husband and wife exited the home on their home. The fire started in the attic.
There were no reported injuries.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- When school is out for February vacation, the New Rochelle Public Library is in full-swing with an array of free programs for students in Pre-K through Grade 5.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- An African Dance and Drum performance will be presented by the Bokandeye African Dance Troupe on Saturday, February 24th at 2:00 pm, in the Ossie Davis Theater of the New Rochelle Public Library. A “BID Family Day” event, the performance is free and open to all ages.
Anthony Wooden, founder and director of Bokandeye African Dance Troupe, will lead his acclaimed
troupe of dancers and drummers in a program depicting the rich cultural meanings of the
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Next month, Albert Leonard Middle School will become the home of a Rising STAR club, set up at the school with Hope's Door to encourage healthy dating relationships.
Organized by faculty advisor Cory Binenbaum, a health teacher, the group's first meeting will be Feb. 13.
Hope's Door came to the school recently to give the eighth graders guidance and advice on what makes a relationship healthy or unhealthy. Student Quincy Simmons said it was helpful learning the lesson, "so you know how to handle yourself in a relationship."
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Alice the box turtle, Chili the chinchilla, and a few of their friends visited first-graders at Trinity Elementary School recently when The Nature Company stopped by to teach them about creatures from around the world.
Anthony Cogswell, founder of The Nature Company, brought the mini-menagerie to the school, along with facts about each critter, for in-depth science lessons the students could get their hands on.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The City School District of New Rochelle has made it easier for school families to provide or update their contact information. Updating this information is a vital step in the District's process of communicating information quickly and clearly to parents and guardians about events such as school delays, closings or emergency situations.
City School District of New Rochelle The District delivers this information through emails, phone messages and texts, so it is important to have the most accurate and up-to-date contact information for every family.