Registration for New Students Paused - Due to the escalation in COVID-19 cases, the City School District of New Rochelle is pausing Central Registration for new students. This pause will be temporary; further information will be shared when available. For more information, email Director of Pupil Services Millicent Lee at mlee@nredlearn.org or Assistant Superintendent for Student Support Services Jackielyn Manning Campbell at jmanningcampbell@nredlearn.org. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
6 months ago, Kevin Green
While schools are in virtual learning, the Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle is hosting a Remote Learning Hub for children, in kindergarten through fifth grade, of essential workers. Boys & Girls Club members also can apply for the Tuesday-Friday program. Details: https://conta.cc/3FNzAtT. Learn about community-based childcare programs and providers here: https://www.childcarewestchester.org/services/parents
6 months ago, Angelica Haase
Apply for Remote Learning Hub and Childcare Options While schools are in virtual learning, the Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle is hosting a Remote Learning Hub for children, in kindergarten through fifth grade, of essential workers. Boys & Girls Club members also can apply for the Tuesday-Friday program. Details: https://conta.cc/3FNzAtT. Learn about community-based childcare programs and providers here: https://www.childcarewestchester.org/services/parents
6 months ago, Angelica Haase
ALERT: The City School District of New Rochelle is switching to virtual learning for one week, effective this Monday, January 3, 2022. Our intention is to reopen our school buildings for in-person education on Monday, January 10, 2022. Details: https://conta.cc/3qEEUJV
6 months ago, Stu Shinske
COVID-19 Safety Update from Superintendent Jonathan Raymond. Details: https://conta.cc/32k4V8Q
6 months ago, Kevin Green
Join us for our Town Hall happening now! https://zoom.us/j/96645428850
7 months ago, CSDNR
Join us for our Town Hall happeing now! https://zoom.us/j/98271217339
7 months ago, CSDNR
Important COVID-19 Information - Vaccination Clinic Tuesday for Ages 5-11 at Daniel Webster Elementary School; Community Town Halls in Spanish Next Tuesday, and English on Dec. 2. Details: https://conta.cc/2ZjfPKP
7 months ago, Kevin Green
School district reaffirms its No-Tolerance Policy and the importance of promoting understanding after a swastika is found in vicinity of New Rochelle High School. https://conta.cc/3oLFC7c
7 months ago, Janet Gleeson
Alert: Early Dismissal on Wednesday: Schools will dismiss students 15 minutes early Wednesday as part of a “rapid dismissal” emergency drill mandated by New York State. A rapid dismissal may be required in the event of inclement weather or a school evacuation. Elementary school parents should expect students to be dropped off at bus stops, and arrive home, about 15 minutes early. Bee-Line buses for middle and high school students retain their usual schedules. Schools and district offices are closed on Thanksgiving and Friday.
7 months ago, Stu Shinske
Early Dismissal
A COVID-19 case has been confirmed at George M. Davis Jr. Elementary School. Details: https://conta.cc/3qoysZ5
8 months ago, Janet Gleeson
A COVID-19 case has been confirmed at William B. Ward Elementary School. Details: https://conta.cc/3kDt9Bt
8 months ago, Janet Gleeson
Please learn about a new policy regarding results arising from the COVID-19 PCR Saliva Testing Program. The voluntary program is being conducted by the City School District of New Rochelle in partnership with Mount Sinai Hospital and C-19 Verbosity. Details: https://conta.cc/3C1xbsR
8 months ago, Janet Gleeson
COVID-19 cases have been confirmed at Jefferson Elementary School. Details: https://conta.cc/3EMwqGc
8 months ago, Janet Gleeson
Swimmers, Runners Stand Out! Congratulations to the New Rochelle High School Girls' Swim Team's 200 Medley Relay Team of Daniella Condon, Ania Traynor, Jaelynn Taylor and Ella Harshman. They broke the school record in the opening day of the Section One Swimming and Diving Championships with a time of 1:54.9. The previous record time of 1:56.7 was set in 2019. Congratulations, as well, to the Girls' Cross Country Team, which finished second in the League Championship on Monday at Van Cortlandt Park. Kaitlyn Casas, a junior, came in first with a time of 15:52 in the 2.5-mile course.
8 months ago, Janet Gleeson
New Rochelle High School Financial Aid Night Thursday, October 21, 7:00 p.m. Webinar: https://zoom.us/j/99227921277
8 months ago, Janet Gleeson
Check out this week's athletics schedule! https://5il.co/10o5t
8 months ago, Janet Gleeson
Storm Recovery Update, Oct. 8: Asbestos Abatement Clarification; New Rochelle High School on Schedule for Nov. 1 Re-opening. Details: https://conta.cc/3oJcsXQ
9 months ago, Kevin Green
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
9 months ago, CSDNR
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
9 months ago, CSDNR
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