Deadline Extended: Apply for Advocacy and Community Outreach Committee

The deadline to apply for membership on the Advocacy and Community Outreach Committee has been extended to 4:30 p.m. Friday, October 5. The committee is seeking five members from the community to strengthen our School District through engagement with community organizations, elected officials, students, families, and staff. Learn more about the committee here, and click on the link at the bottom to apply.

 ADVOCACY AND OUTREACH COMMITTEE

MISSION STATEMENT- STRENGTHENING OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT THROUGH ENGAGEMENT WITH COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS, ELECTED OFFICIALS, STUDENTS, FAMILIES, AND STAFF.

Key Goals

  •  Develop district and Board of Education communications policy in conjunction with the district PR professionals.
  • Create additional pathways for communication with the community, families, and district employees.

  Advocacy

  • Identify areas of advocacy for the committee to address at the local, state, and federal levels.
  • Invite participation of community based and faith based organizations, elected officials, and PTAs.

 Outreach

  • Create Town Hall series.
  • Meet with community groups.
  • Coordinate outreach to community organizations during budget season.
  • Create a Social Media plan.

 Action plan

  • Create agendas to be shared prior to each meeting.
  • Paul and Julia will meet weekly & update Jeffrey and Amy.
  • Whole committee will meet monthly.
  • Paul and Julia will create meeting calendar.
  • Create Town Hall calendar and identify individuals to help facilitate and organize

Click here to apply:  Advocacy & Community Outreach Committee Application

Facilities and Finance Committee Announced

The New Rochelle Board of Education is pleased to present the Facilities and Finance Committee. The members are:

Amy Moselhi, Co-Chair

Jeffrey Hastie, Co-Chair

Adam Egelberg

Darin Feldman

Joyce Furfero

Jennifer King

Adrianne Moses

Fay Pinto

The committee will make recommendations on the budgeting process by examining facilities, capital improvements, individual line items in the budget and reserve funds.

Meetings will be held once a month on the dates listed below 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Carew Room of the City School District of New Rochelle offices on the second floor of City Hall, 515 North Ave.

Meetings will be noticed and the public is welcome to attend.

September 26

October 24

November 28

December 19 

January 23

February 27

March 27

(No meeting will be held during Budget Season)

Letter from the Schools Superintendent

Dear New Rochelle Community,

Welcome to the 2018-19 school year! I hope that you have had a relaxing, rejuvenating summer and are ready for a fresh start! As the cycle of seasons turns toward autumn, our teachers, principals and other staff members are eager to ring in a new school year of learning and growth.

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You’ll notice some enhancements to our schools as our $106.5-million series of construction projects continues to restore the comfort, functionality and the attractiveness of our buildings. Phase II is nearly complete; New Rochelle High School students will enter the building through an attractively restored Clove Road entrance, and our high school athletes will play on newly installed turf. McKenna Field will soon be illuminated with stadium lighting. Construction crews are sprucing up the exteriors of Isaac E. Young Middle School and Jefferson Elementary School as well.

In our schools, students will find a high quality, challenging education – New Rochelle High School offers more than 30 Advanced Placement courses, for example – and a full range of extra-curricular activities. Our engaging musical and theater performances and rousing sporting events build pride in our community, and our many clubs fulfill virtually any interest.

Parents and guardians, we encourage you to be an active partner in your child’s education and we welcome your daily involvement. We are eager to show you how we educate students the New Rochelle way, ready to meet the needs of the whole child as we embrace the rich diversity that makes New Rochelle a community like no other.

With all that we offer, it is easy to grow excited whether you are returning to school or entering our doors for the first time. We will be ready to welcome you as we embark on a brand new year.

Sincerely,

Dr. Brian G. Osborne
Superintendent of Schools
City School District of New Rochelle

Residency Verification/Verificación de Residencia

The City School District of New Rochelle has replaced its re-registration with a process of residency verification. The following is a Q&A about the process, along with a letter to the community from the Board of Education: 

Residency Verification Q&A 

Letter from the New Rochelle Board of Education,  August 8 2018 

El Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de New Rochelle ha reemplazado su reinscripción con un proceso de verificación de residencia. La siguiente es una sesión de preguntas y respuestas sobre el proceso, junto con una carta a la comunidad de la Junta de Educación:

Preguntas y Respuestas, Verificación de Residencia 

Carta de la Junta de Educación de New Rochelle, 8 de Agosto 2018 

 

District Calendar

  • IEYMS "Start With Hello" Week

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  • Jefferson PTA Fall Book Fair

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  • Extended Day Begins

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  • Jefferson PTA Fall Book Fair

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  • Board of Education - Special Meeting

    NRHS, LEK Theatre

     

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  • Ward Picture Day

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  • Jefferson PTA Fall Book Fair

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  • Health & Safety Committee

    City Hall, Carew Room

    3:00 p.m.

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • NRHS

    Planetarium show

    Free, open to the public

    New Rochelle High School

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  • Ward Picture Day

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View Monthly Calendar

Budget Vote - With Results

Vote: June 19, 2018 

Budget Passed - Press Release 

Unofficial Results as of 6-19-18 

Proposed budget adopted May 29, 2018 

Budget Q&A for June 19

Budget News June 2018

Noticias del Presupuesto - junio de 2018

Street Directory Guide for June 19, 2018 Budget Re-Vote 

Legal Notice - Budget Re-Vote - June 19, 2018 

Proposed 2018-19 Budget as Adopted by Board of Education 5/29 

Proposed 2018-2019 Budget Slide Presentation 

Street Directory Guide - 6-19-2018

The following is the schedule for the presentation, adoption and vote on the new 2018-2019 budget

June 5 – Public Hearing of New Budget, 7 p.m., library of New Rochelle High School, 265 Clove Road

June 19 – Budget Vote, 7 a.m.-9 p.m.

May 17 Message from the Board of Education President 

Absentee Ballot Application 

 

Information regarding the May 15 School Board Election/Budget Vote of the City School District of New Rochelle can be found at the following links:

 Unofficial Results of Votes Cast_(Updated May 17, 2018) 

 May 14 Letter from the Superintendent 

Information

Budget Q & A

Superintendent's Letter 

Proposed 2018-19 Budget as Adopted by Board of Education 

Reserves 

Long Range Planning Study - City School District of New Rochelle - from Western Suffolk BOCES 

Staffing Projections  2018-19 

Zero Based Proposed Budget 2018-2019 as Adopted by Board of Education

Adopted Budget presentation

Budget Newsletter

School Districts Accounting and Reporting Manual
From the Office of the New York State Comptroller 

Sample Ballot