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MS

300 Hornidge Road Mamaroneck, NY 10543


Eric Lutinski, Ed.D.
Principal/Assistant Superintendentfor Instruction
(914) 777-4702
elutinski@ryeneck.org
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Announcements

Video of 2018 8th Grade Moving Up Ceremony

2018-2019 Middle School Supply Lists

2018 Middle School Summer Reading List

 

SUMMER TOURS FOR INCOMING 6TH GRADE AND NEW STUDENTS

Incoming 6th grade students and families, as well as new Middle School students in grades 7 and 8, are invited to join us on August 27th and 28th.  Please click HERE to see the schedule.  All visitors should report to the hallway outside the Main Office.

 

MANDATORY REQUIREMENT FOR STUDENTS ENTERING OR ENROLLING IN GRADE 7 AND 12 BY SEPTEMBER 1, 2017 

Please click HERE for information. 

PRINCIPAL'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The 2017-18 Middle School PAC Members are:

Jean Lipman (PTSA VP)

Cindy Fasolino

Stacy Lavelle

Devina O'Reilly

April Tunno


RYE NECK RECORDER 

The Rye Neck Middle School Newspaper is the District's first online newspaper started in 2009.  Middle School students have the opportunity to submit summaries of articles that they've read about topics and issues of interest to them.  Ranging from global concerns on human rights to new scientific discoveries to "feel-good" stories, Rye Neck Middle School School students are exploring the world beyond their community  and reporting back to their peers with a new-found knowledge and awareness.

The current issue of the ​Rye Neck Recorder​ can be found at 

 

MS CLUBS & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

Slide Show Description of Clubs and Enrichment Programs

List of Clubs and Enrichment Programs (includes day, time and location)

  

Please visit our Nurse Services page for the most recent health requirements and forms.

 

USING THE PARENT PORTAL

Please check the portal regularly to avoid surprises, and discuss what you see with your child.  If you are unsure how to use the Parent Portal, please view this prezi to answer any questions you may have.   

 

Helping Your Child Succeed in Middle School

 

Current News

Eighth-Graders Celebrate Achievements During Moving Up Ceremony

Eighth-Graders Celebrate Achievements During Moving Up Ceremony photo
Eighth-graders celebrated the culmination of their hard work over the last three years during a special moving up ceremony, held at the gymnasium on June 21. They will embark on the next phase of their educational journey as high school freshmen in the fall.

The celebration featured music provided by band director John Mattera and the middle school band, as well as inspiring words from students and administrators. Student representatives Ava Liebmann and Asher Rabinowitz addressed their classmates and reflected on their middle school experience. In his remarks, Principal Eric Lutinski shared a few words of wisdom with the students about the power of their choices and encouraged them to persevere through any challenge with confidence. 

“Bad choices are something you can recover from,” Dr. Lutinski said. “Regardless of ability, you don’t have to let your previous choices define you. If [J.K.] Rowling is right, then you have unlimited opportunities to demonstrate your character. Do not let any societal, parental, historical or cultural Hogwarts Sorting Hat prejudge you. Change, grow and evolve; keep making thoughtful, confident choices and show who you really are. You’ll be as proud of yourself as we are of you.”

During the ceremony, several students received awards for excellence in academics, athletics and the arts. 

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Barbara Ferraro offered advice to the students and reflected on their contributions to the middle school. She also encouraged them to thank their parents for their love and support, cherish the friendships they’ve made and fondly reflect back on their middle school experiences that included team sports, science experiments, musicals, pep rallies, BBQs and newly found independence. 

“I encourage you to take advantage of the knowledge you have gained as Rye Neck Middle School students, and cherish the friendships that you have made,” Dr. Ferraro said. “They will continue to give you the strength to continue on your high school journey.” 

Signifying the conclusion of one chapter and the beginning of another, the students were called one by one to accept their certificates.