Mon, Dec 22 - Fri, Jan 2
Winter Recess
Schools Closed
Thursday, December 25
National Holiday
Christmas - Schools & Offices Closed
Friday, December 26
Thursday, January 1
National Holiday
New Year's Day - Schools & Offices Closed
Tuesday, January 6
Board of Education
Regular Meeting 7:00pm
NRHS-LEK Theatre

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Wednesday, January 7
PAVE I Vocal Concert
Linda Kelly Theatre
Saturday, January 10
High School All-County Jazz Festival Auditions
Greenville High School
Monday, January 12
Half Day All Schools
Professional Development
Monday, January 19
National Holiday
Dr. Martin Luther King Day Observed (Schools & Offices Closed)
Friday, January 23
End of Second Marking Period

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RRichardsonWelcome to New Rochelle High School!

New Rochelle High school continues its proud tradition as an award winning, comprehensive educational institution. We are a truly diverse school, with more than 3,300 students who come from over 60 countries. Although we are a large school, we excel at providing individualized attention to meet the needs of every student.

We offer a rigorous college preparatory curriculum that is aligned to the new common core learning standards. Because we are committed to developing fully prepared and engaged 21st century citizens, our academic program provides students with opportunities to explore a wide variety of interests beyond the state mandated curriculum.

With more than 240 different course offerings which include the performing and visual arts, business, architecture, honors classes, computer science, 40 different AP classes, and a nationally recognized athletics program, we have something for everyone.

I invite you to explore our website to learn about all of the opportunities that are available to NRHS students. Please feel free to contact me directly at rrichardson@nred.org if you ever have any questions or concerns.

Warmest regards,

College Goal New York
Sunday, January 25, 2015 from 11:00AM - 3:00PM

New Rochelle High School will host College Goal NY on Sunday, January 25, 2015 between 11:00am and 3:00pm in the Library Computer Lab.   Financial aid professionals from local colleges will be available to answer your questions and help families complete the FAFSA and TAP financial aid applications.

College Goal Flyer_2015.pdf
New Rochelle HS-Hamm Gymnasium Exchange 2015
The German American Partnership Program (GAPP) is a non-profit high school exchange program 
between high schools in Germany and the United States, sponsored by the German Foreign Office and by the US Department of State.
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Metro Cards & Student Passes
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**Manage Your Success**
Home Access for Students
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The 2014 Secondary School Plain Language Code of Conduct
is located under the 'Student' tab

Senior Yearbook Information
click here for the November update

Make your Senior Yearbook More Memorable with Customized Ads and Boosters

Deadline January 30th
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Health Advisory for Seniors! 
In order to register for college, you will need your immunizations & immunization records!  NRHS Health Offices are closed during the summer, so we advise you to pick up your records BEFORE the end of June!  

*Senior Events*
Stay Tuned

NRHS Planetarium Annual Holiday Show: Season of Light

Please join us for the free Annual Season of Light Show at the NRHS Planetarium on Saturday, December 13 at 4 p.m., Tuesday, December 16 at 7 p.m. and Thursday, December 18 at 7 p.m. The door opens 15 minutes before showtime; no one is admitted once the door closes. Email bzeller@nred.org or mheywood@nred.org for more information.

Hour of Code Comes to New Rochelle!

Students in all schools will participate today in the Hour of Code, an exciting learning event designed to expose students to the basics and importance of computer programming. Tens of millions of students in more than 180 countries are expected to take part in the initiative. For more information and links to resources, please visit the Hour of Code: http://hourofcode.com/us

Black History Month - February 2015 - Call for Artist Submissions

, the Westchester Alliance of Black School Educators, an affiliate of NABSE, the National Alliance of Black School Educators, is proud to present its annual Black History Spoken Word and Art Exhibit. This year we commemorate the life, work and legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou by celebrating themes of Freedom and Empowerment through her poetry and spoken word. This theme allows students of all ages to make meaning through the arts. Participants can learn about Slavery, Segregation, the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights Movement through the life and work of Dr. Maya Angelou.


Click here to find out how your class can participate and more about resources, requirements and deadlines


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The CSDNR Parent Home Access Center

Forgot your password, need an account, please email: 


CSDNR Magnet Open House Dates Now Available: for more information, click here.

2014 New York State English/Language Arts and Math Assessment Results

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) has released ELA and Math assessment results. Please note that there was a technical error by the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center (LHRIC) in submitting the District's grade 5 math scores to NYSED. Grade 5 math scores were inaccurately displayed upon initial posting to NYSED's website and will be unavailable until the LHRIC and NYSED remedy the situation. Parent reports will be mailed by the LHRIC in September. For further inquiries please contact your school's administrator.

Please click here for CSD New Rochelle ELA and Math Assessment Results.

Please click here for more information from NYSED about statewide test results.

School Community Health Advisory Influenza Vaccine Fall 2014/Winter 2015

The district wishes to ensure that the importance of getting the Influenza vaccine does not get lost in all of the media and public discussion of Enterovirus D68 and even Ebola. See Frank Bruni’s recent NY Times column,
“Scarier Than Ebola”:  Click Here

Influenza is a serious and potentially deadly disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that ALL individuals 6 six months of age and older be vaccinated against Influenza.

The Flu virus changes genetically from year to year, so last year's Flu vaccine will not reliably protect you from this year's circulating Flu strains. Everyone needs to be vaccinated annually.

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Paperless Board Meetings

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