New Rochelle High School Financial Aid Night Thursday, October 21, 7:00 p.m. Webinar: https://zoom.us/j/99227921277
Check out this week's athletics schedule! https://5il.co/10o5t
Storm Recovery Update, Oct. 8: Asbestos Abatement Clarification; New Rochelle High School on Schedule for Nov. 1 Re-opening. Details: https://conta.cc/3oJcsXQ
Today's Storm Recovery Update from Superintendent Jonathan Raymond: NRHS rebuilding starts; Isaac Young cafeteria on track to open Nov. 1. Details: https://conta.cc/3Ax7G2L Actualización de hoy sobre la recuperación tras la tormenta del Superintendente Jonathan Raymond: Comienza la reconstrucción de NRHS; La cafetería Isaac Young está en camino de abrir el 1 de noviembre. Detalles: https://conta.cc/3Ax7G2L
The City School District of New Rochelle continues to investigate unacceptable issues with the private vendors that provide busing for the school district. These issues – communication, protocols regarding COVID-19 safety, buses that are late or do not show up, and bus-driver training – impact student learning. To get a close-up look, Superintendent Jonathan Raymond this morning visited the bus depot, then rode a Barnard Early Childhood Center bus with students. During his travel, he spoke with the bus yard manager, a dispatcher, driver and a bus monitor. While on the bus, he experienced the heavy morning traffic that resulted in the bus being late for a pickup stop. At Barnard, he saw the great job being done by faculty and staff who greeted students and guided them into the building. He plans to ride another bus Wednesday and will continue to update the community on his findings and potential next steps. Details: https://conta.cc/3lM4YR3 El Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de New Rochelle continúa investigando problemas inaceptables con los proveedores privados que brindan transporte en autobús para el distrito escolar. Estos problemas (comunicación, protocolos con respecto a la seguridad de COVID-19, autobuses que llegan tarde o no se presentan y capacitación para conductores de autobuses) afectan el aprendizaje de los estudiantes. Para ver de cerca, el superintendente Jonathan Raymond visitó esta mañana la estación de autobuses y luego tomó un autobús del Barnard Early Childhood Center con los estudiantes. Durante su viaje, habló con el gerente del patio de autobuses, un despachador, un conductor y un monitor de autobús. Mientras estaba en el autobús, experimentó el tráfico denso de la mañana que resultó en que el autobús llegara tarde a una parada de recogida. En Barnard, vio el gran trabajo que estaban haciendo los profesores y el personal que saludaban a los estudiantes y los guiaban al interior del edificio. Él planea viajar en otro autobús el miércoles y continuará informando a la comunidad sobre sus hallazgos y posibles próximos pasos. https://conta.cc/3lM4YR3
The City School District of New Rochelle is aware of, and continues to investigate, issues with the private vendors contracted to provide bus transportation services for our school district. These issues relate to communication, protocols regarding COVID-19 safety, buses that are late or do not show up, and bus-driver training. These concerns are unacceptable to our school district and impact student learning. Please read a note from Superintendent Jonathan Raymond here: https://conta.cc/3lM4YR3 El Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de New Rochelle está al tanto y continúa investigando los problemas con los proveedores privados contratados para brindar servicios de transporte en autobús para nuestro distrito escolar. Estos problemas se relacionan con la comunicación, los protocolos relacionados con la seguridad de COVID-19, los autobuses que llegan tarde o no se presentan y la capacitación de los conductores de autobuses. Estas preocupaciones son inaceptables para nuestro distrito escolar y afectan el aprendizaje de los estudiantes. Lea una nota del superintendente Jonathan Raymond aquí: https://conta.cc/3lM4YR3
The City School District of New Rochelle has scheduled a free vaccination clinic in partnership with the Westchester County Department of Health. The clinic is at Albert Leonard Middle School, Sept. 22 (first dose) and Oct. 13 (second dose). Both clinics are at new times, 3:30 to 7 p.m. Vaccinations are open to District staff and students 12 or older. Parents must accompany their children. The clinic will be held in the gym; please use the Auditorium entrance. Preregistration is recommended at https://bit.ly/ALMSClinic. In-person registration also is permitted. In addition, Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital offers vaccinations. Visit montefiorehealthsystem.org/NewRochelle. El Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de New Rochelle ha programado una clínica de vacunación gratuita en asociación con Westchester Departamento de Salud del Condado. La clínica está en Albert Leonard Middle School, el 22 de septiembre (primera dosis) y el 13 de octubre (segunda dosis). Ambas clínicas están en horario nuevo, de 3:30 a 7 p.m. Las vacunas están abiertas para el personal del Distrito y los estudiantes de 12 años o más. Los padres deben acompañar a sus hijos. La clínica se llevará a cabo en el gimnasio; por favor use la entrada del Auditorio. Preinscripción se recomienda en https://bit.ly/ALMSClinic. También se permite el registro en persona. Además, El Hospital Montefiore New Rochelle ofrece vacunas. Visite montefiorehealthsystem.org/NewRochelle.
This week's newsletter is now available! News on COVID protocols, National Merit Scholar semifinalists and so much more! Get the latest information! Click here: https://conta.cc/3kk60UP ¡El boletín de esta semana ya está disponible! ¡Noticias sobre los protocolos COVID, semifinalistas de National Merit Scholar y mucho más! ¡Obtenga la información más reciente! Haga clic aquí: https://conta.cc/3kk60UP
Award for NRHS Musical! Innovation pays off! New Rochelle High School has been honored by the New York State School Boards Association’s Champions of Change program for last spring’s musical, "Is There Life After High School?" Due to COVID-19 precautions, students and staff could not put on the show as they usually do, with in-person rehearsals and performances. However, the show must go on, and drama teacher Anthony Stirpe and the determined high school students created a virtual show by recording and editing on Apple products such as iPhones and Macintosh computers. Apple gave international exposure to the presentation through its Apple Newsroom. The association presented a banner in recognition of the production’s creativity during the New Rochelle Board of Education meeting Thursday. Photo caption; From left: New Rochelle High School Director of Performing & Visual Arts Deepak Marwah; New Rochelle High’s Julie McGough, the production’s choreographer; Davis Elementary School’s Regina Talbot, the show’s vocal music director; and Patrick Longo, member relations manager of the New York State School Boards Association.
Don't forget! Tonight at 7:30 p.m. is the virtual Town Hall with Superintendent Jonathan Raymond discussing the flooding damage and remediation efforts at New Rochelle High and Isaac E. Young Middle School. He will be answering all your questions; please submit them in advance here: https://forms.gle/SBperzaNncNrroWh8. Join the Town Hall via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/97726520451 and learn more about the situation in the latest update: https://conta.cc/3kW6sYv
Today's update from Superintendent Jonathan Raymond on storm cleanup and remediation includes information about repairs needed at New Rochelle High School's library, as well as other building areas, and replacement of portions of walls at Isaac E. Young Middle School. Also, remember to attend a Town Hall Wednesday evening, and submit your questions in advance. Learn more here: https://conta.cc/3jMBKBt
What are your questions re: flooding damage and remediation efforts at New Rochelle High and Isaac E. Young Middle School, and the resumption of school? Superintendent Jonathan Raymond will host a virtual Town Hall on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. He welcomes your questions in advance; submit them here: https://forms.gle/SBperzaNncNrroWh8. Join the Town Hall via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/97726520451 and learn more about the situation in the latest update: https://conta.cc/3kW6sYv
"I wanted to write to you directly to tell you how sorry I am that the start of the new school year has been disrupted due to the recent storm..." Superintendent Jonathan Raymond has written a letter to New Rochelle High School students re: the extensive flood damage at the school. Read it here: https://bit.ly/3zR5NO0
CSDNR Family, We know the news about the severity of damage to NRHS is deeply unsettling for our students, families, and staff. Mr. Raymond is at the high school today (Saturday, Sept. 4) with the crews that are assessing the extent of damage and beginning the work of remediation. There will be a virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, September 8th at 7:30 PM to answer questions and share all we know to date about the condition of the school and plans for our students and staff. We hope you will attend. Details to follow directly from the district. Warm regards, Julia Muggia Ochs President Board of Education
Our team is hard at work preparing for the first day of school next week, including getting our new staff and faculty up to speed at their orientation!
We can’t wait to see our students again! Superintendent Jonathan Raymond and New Rochelle High School Principal Dagoberto Artiles welcomed our high school students back as they picked up their Chromebooks and IDs before the new year.
New Rochelle Public Library will be resuming its expanded hours in September. Both the Main Library and the Huguenot Children’s Library will be closed Saturday, September 4th through Monday, September 6th in observance of Labor Day. Click the flyer for more information on updated library hours!
Please join us for the annual 9-11 Memorial Ceremony in honor and memory of Amy O’Doherty at Barnard Early Childhood Center. Please RSVP by this Wednesday, September 1st.
Join us Sunday, September 12th for Unity Day in remembrance of the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
Our Department of Pupil Services has been hard at work supporting the families impacted by a recent fire. Pictured are donations for George M Davis Elementary School families, who also received $2,000 in gift cards! Thank you for your generous donations. The Department is also working with transportation to coordinate pickup for displaced students.