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2nd Graders Present "Beyond the Backyard Fence"

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Solar Eclipse at Midland

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5th Graders Present "Beauty and the Beast"

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NYS Regent Fran Wills & Assemblyman Steve Otis Visit Midland School

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Kindergartners Present "When I Grow Up"

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Grades 3-5 Author's Day with Jerry Pallotta

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Grades K-2 Author's Day with Mike Ciccotello

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The Great Midland Read Aloud Day

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Reggie Harris Assembly

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The Magic of Science Assembly

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Dr. Sassone is the Mystery Reader!

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Midland February Spirit Assembly

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The Board of Education of the Rye City School District understands that a world class education requires hard work and dedication from everyone in the community. We take our responsibility of overseeing the education of our children in an equitable, inclusive environment very seriously.

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Dear RCSD Community,

Believe it or not, we are now in the final quarter of the 2023-2024 school year. The elementary schools held their final parent-teacher conferences for the year yesterday. That happened fast! Hold on to your hats, folks, because things are about to get wild. It’s a good thing we have a long weekend to prepare for the headlong rush to the end of the year.

As a reminder, Passover is this coming Monday and Tuesday, April 22nd and 23rd, and schools are closed those days. Offices are open on the 23rd from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. We look forward to seeing everyone back on Wednesday the 24th. 

Read more on the All News page!

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Dear RCSD Community,

Monday’s Solar Eclipse

On Monday, we invited students and parents to view the eclipse from the fields at our schools. The Rye Fund for Education provided several thousand eclipse glasses to students, families, faculty, and staff via an Insta-grant. I went to observe the eclipse from the field at Nugent Stadium with students and parents, in what was a really nice community-feeling gathering. I did hear some generalized teen grousing about expecting pitch blackness and getting what felt like a cloudy day, but looking at the sun being slowly covered by the moon was a big thrill no matter your age. Thank you to the RFE for the glasses and to the teacher volunteers who helped coordinate at each of the schools: Katrina Smith at the HS/MS, RuthAnn Olsen at Midland, Katy Ridley at Milton, and Amy Carman at Osborn. If you have eclipse glasses to return, we are collecting them in the main office at RMS to be sent on to South America for the next solar eclipse.

Read more on the All News page!

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Dear RCSD Community,

Well, that was an interesting morning. I was in Mrs. Hughes’ 2nd grade class at Midland listening to a wonderful lesson on phonics with New York State Education Regent Dr. Fran Wills and Assemblyman Steve Otis when it felt like a very, very large truck rolled by. It turned out to be a 4.8 magnitude earthquake centered in New Jersey. We immediately radioed the schools to check that all was well and asked them to make (age-appropriate) announcements about the event. Our facilities team quickly inspected the schools for any damage. Fortunately, all was well, and the school day continued. Aftershocks are possible, so stay safe out there.

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Our Schools

MIDLAND SCHOOL

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312 Midland Avenue
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Principal: James Boylan
Assistant Principal: Bianca McHale

MILTON SCHOOL

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12 Hewlett Avenue
914-967-6100 x6000
Principal: Annemarie Piekarski
Assistant Principal: Christina Brussich

OSBORN SCHOOL

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10 Osborn Road
914-967-6100 x5000
Principal: Angela Garcia
Assistant Principal: Laura Capiello

RYE MIDDLE SCHOOL

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3 Parsons Street
914-967-6100 x3000
Principal: Joseph DiGiovanni
Assistant Principal: Jennifer Johnson

RYE HIGH SCHOOL

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1 Parsons Street
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Principal: Suzanne Kelly Short
Assistant Principal: Christina Cannon
Assistant Principal: Dr. William Meyer