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300 Hornidge Road Mamaroneck, NY 10543


Eric Lutinski, Ed.D.
Principal/Assistant Superintendent for Instruction 

(914) 777-4702
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Our new superintendent wants to hear from you! Please join Dr. Lutinski when he hosts upcoming conversations at each of our schools to listen and learn about what families in our school community value.  Your child’s principal will soon send a Google sign-up form for these conversations. 
DW parents - Monday, April 19th, 7:00pm, DW Auditorium 
FEB parents - Wednesday, April 21st, 7:00pm, FEB Auditorium
MS/HS parents - Thursday, April 22nd, 7:00pm, MS/HS Dining Hall
FEB parents - Monday, April 26th, 7:00pm, FEB Auditorium
DW parents - Tuesday, April 27th, 7:00pm, DW Auditorium
K-12 parents - Thursday, April 29th, 7:00 pm, MS/HS Dining Hall

If you would like to submit questions or topics for discussion, please send them via

MS/HS Full Return FAQ

Principals' Conversations Email Re: Reopening
Student Expectations and Tips for Success

School Vaccination Requirements and Information

•  Please click HERE to see the new school vaccination requirements which were passed by the New York
    State Legislature on June 13, 2019
•  Please visit our Nurse/Health Services page for the most recent health requirements and forms.

Health Education

•  Health Education Curriculum Outline
•  Health Education Advisory Council (HEAC) Recommendations
•  SAANYS Special Report:  Student Vaping - A Growing Threat to Student Health

Social and Emotional Learning (K-12)
•  Please click HERE to view the Social and Emotional Learning K-12 curriculum information.

MS Clubs & Enrichment Programs

•  Slide Show Description of Clubs and Enrichment Programs
•  List of Clubs and Enrichment Programs (Includes day, time & location)

Rye Neck Parent & Student Portals

•  Parent Portal - Creating a New Account
•  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.
•  More information about the Parent & Student Portals may be found on the About Your Middle School page.


Current News

Sixth Graders D.A.R.E. to Make Healthy Decisions

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Sixth graders eagerly raised their hands to answer questions from Village of Mamaroneck detectives Chris Jaeger and Frank Maresca about bullying and what it means to be an upstander. They also openly shared their experiences and discussed a variety of scenarios and how to appropriately react in different situations.

The lesson was part of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program, which after a decadelong hiatus is underway for sixth graders at Rye Neck Middle School. Led by detectives Jaeger and Maresca, the program aims to empower students to make healthy and responsible choices.

“[The students] definitely engage with stories and examples,” Maresca said. “They’re very involved; they know a lot of things that we think they might not know, so it’s nice when they say it and bring it up.”

Throughout the six-week-long program, detectives Jaeger and Maresca will cover a wide range of topics from bullying to peer pressure and internet safety, and educate students about the health effects of drug, alcohol and tobacco use. In addition, the program aims to establish a positive relationship between the police department, students and community.

“The main thing is to help kids make wise choices,” Jaeger said.

During the last week of the program in April, the students will participate in “Jeopardy!”-style games to summarize what they’ve learned through the program.

Sixth Graders Distribute Flowers to First Responders

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Rye Neck Middle School sixth graders delivered more than 80 paper tissue flowers to first responders at the Westchester County Convention Center on Valentine’s Day. The flowers were brought to nurses, national guard members, clinicians, first responders and other volunteers who are helping in the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines at the state-run site.

“The sixth graders were excited to say Happy Valentine’s Day and thank you to the volunteers who are helping to provide COVID-19 vaccines,” said Allison Reynolds, a math teacher and sixth grade adviser. “COVID has changed their lives, it has changed all of our lives, and they know that the vaccine is the greatest step towards a return to normalcy that they can ask for.”

The students have begun discussing what they can do next to continue to let the volunteers know that they are appreciated.