Dear Rye Neck Community,
Update as of Saturday Nov. 3rd.  I have been working around the clock with the village manager, the mayor and directly with Con Ed to get power restored to our schools.  The HS/MS campus is fed through Rye City and as our residents who live there know there has been a tremendous amount of damage with downed lines and transformers.  Carroll Ave was particularly hard hit with a number mature trees coming down causing serious problems for the area.  As of this morning the HS/MS  now has power and we in getting the building back up and running.  Daniel Warren never lost power so we ready  for our students.  Bellows does not have electricity yet but we are hopeful that it will soon be back as well.  I have been assured that our schools are the  first priority and I have been told that additional crews have been added.

School will be open for all students on Monday. I will notify you throughout the weekend where Bellow's students should report.  We will be having a regular school day on Tuesday Nov. 6 for all students.

There will be limited food service  all our food supplies have been removed and we are not certain they can be restored for Monday.  Please send your child to school with a lunch and drink.

The work will continue through the weekend and as  soon as i have more information I will notify you.

Stay safe

Dr. Mustich