Calling Artists, Performers for Black History Celebration

November 10, 2018 - 20:41

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The City School District of New Rochelle (CSDNR), the Westchester Alliance of Black School Educators (WABSE) and the New Rochelle Black History Month Committee is seeking artists for the 7th Annual Black History Celebration, including the WABSE Spoken Word and Art Exhibit, which will be held on Feb. 9, 2019, at New Rochelle High School.

Calling Artists, Performers for Black History Celebration

NRHS Faces Top-Seeded John Jay for Class AA Title

November 10, 2018 - 20:19

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- No. 2-seed New Rochelle will square off against top-seeded John Jay-East Fishkill for the Class AA championship at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Mahopac High School. This is the Huguenot's 13th Section 1 championship appearance since 2000. They are now playing for their fourth consecutive Class AA title.  They are undefeated in Section 1 championship games.

New Rochelle (8-1) won the Class AA semifinal last week against No. 6-seeded Carmel, 54-34. John Jay-East Fishkill (9-0) beat No. 4 Arlington, 28-0.

Jordan Forrest

Students Meet Producers, Broadway Star for Project

November 10, 2018 - 20:13

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Ten New Rochelle High School students made the most of a great opportunity this week when they were treated to an exclusive visit with the producers of the upcoming Broadway show "The Prom."

The students interviewed producers Jack Lane, Joe Grandy and Andrew Kuhlman, recorded the session, took video of the Longacre Theatre and found New Yorkers and tourists outside the theater to speak with on camera. They are now fashioning their recordings of the day into several videos.

Mackenzie Harding, a junior, interviews actor Christopher Sieber.

Board of Education Meeting Notes

November 10, 2018 - 19:58

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Here are some highlights from the Oct. 30 Board of Education meeting:

Lincoln Attendance Zone: The Board returned to the Lincoln attendance zone this week with a second meeting at the Boys and Girls Club of New Rochelle - Remington Unit. The meeting took place in an area of the city that was served by the Lincoln Elementary School before it closed in the 1960s following a landmark desegregation case.

City School District of New Rochelle

ALMS PTA Hosts First Family Math Night

November 10, 2018 - 19:51

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The Albert Leonard Middle School PTA STEAM Committee organized the school's first Family Math Night. More than 100 students and their parents participated during an evening in late October to play an array of games and sports activities that involved math and logical reasoning.

The Family Math Night was not just fun; it found interesting ways to connect directly to our curriculum.

ALMS PTA Hosts First Family Math Night

Ward Introduces New Mascot, Willie the Wolf

November 10, 2018 - 19:23

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The students at the William B. Ward Elementary School have a new friend to cheer them on. Willie the Wolf, the school's new mascot, waved and danced with the students last Friday for the school's monthly spirit day.

With blue and white fur, he is the newest of several school mascots in the City School District of New Rochelle. Now that he's been introduced, he'll be bringing an extra burst of energy to Ward events and to key moments in school, helping to congratulate classes that are awarded for good behavior, for instance.

Ward Introduces New Mascot, Willie the Wolf

TheatreWorks Players to Conjure Up Witch Trials

November 10, 2018 - 19:14

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The TheatreWorks players at New Rochelle High School are preparing to bring audiences back to the Salem witch trials of the 1690s next weekend with performances of "The Crucible."

Conjuring up the Puritan New England era depicted in Arthur Miller's powerful classic takes focus.

"It's its own world, and we just jump into it at that moment in time," said Isabella Vianna, a senior who portrays Elizabeth Proctor in the show, the TheatreWorks annual non-musical play.

TheatreWorks Players to Conjure Up Witch Trials

Barnard Students Vote for Their Favorite Books

November 10, 2018 - 19:04

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- While parents in the community got to cast ballots in the mid-term election this week, the students at the Henry Barnard Early Childhood Center also exercised their right to vote. The students may not be able to help choose a senator or governor just yet, but they did get to pick their favorites from among Curious George, Amelia Bedelia, the Very Hungry Caterpillar and more.

Barnard Students Vote for Their Favorite Books