After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Crime Scene Final Exam in the Nature Study Woods is back in full force!
The New Rochelle Police Department, along with New Rochelle High School science teacher Scott Rubins and the high school’s forensics classes, have teamed up for almost 20 years to make this event successful by simulating real crime scenes with uniformed police officers and the chaos of being in the woods. Though the students were being tested, all enjoyed the experience. Some of the police officers who participated are former students of Rubins’.
Superintendent Jonathan Raymond stopped by to observe the activities. He is at the right in the group photo, with Rubins at center, along with students.