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300 Hornidge Road Mamaroneck, NY 10543


Eric Lutinski, Ed.D.
Principal/Assistant Superintendent for Instruction
(914) 777-4702
elutinski@ryeneck.org
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SCHOOL EMERGENCY GUIDE FOR PARENTS

Announcements


NEW SCHOOL VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS

Please click HERE to see the new school vaccination requirements which were passed by the New York State Legislature on June 13, 2019.

Incoming 6th Grade & New Student Tour Schedule

6th Grade Supply List

7th Grade Supply List

8th Grade Supply List

Middle School Summer Reading - 2019

Social and Emotional Learning in Rye Neck K-12

Health Education

 

PRINCIPAL'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The 2018-2019 Middle School PAC Members are:

Arlena Amos (PTSA VP)
Devina O'Reilly
April Tunno
Laura Sutter
Audrey Tauber
Kristen Vetter  

 

RYE NECK RECORDER 

The Rye Neck Middle School Newspaper is the District's first online newspaper started in 2009.  Middle School students have the opportunity to submit summaries of articles that they've read about topics and issues of interest to them.  Ranging from global concerns on human rights to new scientific discoveries to "feel-good" stories, Rye Neck Middle School School students are exploring the world beyond their community  and reporting back to their peers with a new-found knowledge and awareness.

The current issue of the ​Rye Neck Recorder​ can be found at 

 

MS CLUBS & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

Slide Show Description of Clubs and Enrichment Programs

List of Clubs and Enrichment Programs 
(includes day, time and location)

  

Please visit our Nurse Services page for the most recent health requirements and forms.

USING THE PARENT PORTAL

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.   

Helping Your Child Succeed in Middle School

 

 

Current News

Eighth Graders Celebrate Milestone in Moving-Up Ceremony

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Eighth graders – who have been described by their principal as kind and hardworking students – celebrated their accomplishments over the last three years during a special moving-up ceremony, held at the gymnasium on June 26.

The celebration began with the middle school band performing “Pomp and Circumstance” and continued with a performance of “America, the Beautiful.” The ceremony featured inspiring words from student representatives Asha O’Reilly and Matthew Steeves, who reflected on their middle school experience and encouraged their classmates to demonstrate grit in all of their endeavors. 

In his remarks, Principal Dr. Eric Lutinski shared a few words of wisdom with the students about the importance of embracing failure as a stepping stone to success, and provided them with advice on developing grit. 

“Having grit means having determination, fortitude, resolve or strength of character,” he said. “Grit is ignoring available excuses. Grit is finding a way to get things done. It’s OK to take advantage of support from family, friends and technology once in a while; just don’t forget that you are your own best resource.” 

During the ceremony, several students received awards for excellence in academics, athletics and the arts. 

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Barbara Ferraro referenced this year’s “Wizard of Oz” theater production as she offered words of wisdom to the students. She also encouraged the students to thank their parents for their love and support. 

“As you prepare for the next chapter of your Rye Neck journey, I ask you to look within yourself and to think about the adventures of the Scarecrow, the Tinman and the Cowardly Lion whenever you are faced with challenges,” Dr. Ferraro said. “Always know that you have the courage, sensitivity and intelligence to achieve. After all, you are Rye Neck students – brave, caring and smart.” 

Signifying the conclusion of one chapter and the beginning of another, the eighth graders were called one by one to accept their certificates. They will embark on the next phase of their educational journey as high school freshmen in the fall.