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About Our School

  • Rye Middle School (RMS) offers a rich learning environment that supports the academic performance, personal development and social growth of 819 students in grades 6 - 8 in Rye, NY.  The school’s organization, curriculum, pedagogy and programs are based on the developmental readiness, needs and interests of our students.  RMS administration, faculty and staff are committed to a comprehensive, shared vision of a school culture that includes:

    • Educators who value working with this age group and are prepared to do so
    • Courageous, collaborative leadership
    • A shared vision that guides decisions
    • An inviting, supportive, and safe environment
    • High expectations for every member of the learning community
    • Students and teachers engaged in active learning
    • Adult advocates for every student

     We provide:

    • Curriculum that is relevant, challenging, integrative and exploratory
    • Multiple learning and teaching approaches that respond to their diversity
    • Assessment and evaluations programs that promote quality learning
    • Organizational structures that support meaningful relationships and learning
    • School-wide efforts and policies that foster health, wellness, and safety
    • Multifaceted guidance and support services *

    In addition to the challenging academic programs and the rich array of electives, RMS offers a broad range of after school clubs and intramural sports.

    RMS appreciates the partnership it has with the Parent Organization and is grateful for the support it provides, from funding programs to parents volunteering time at special events.

    Thank you for visiting our home page.  Please explore our website for a more complete profile of our school.

    * This We Believe:  Keys to Educating Your Adolescents (NMSA 2010)

District News

  • RCSD Community Update: 10/15/21

    Next week (October 18-22) marks New York State Board of Education Recognition Week. The seven members of the RCSD Board of Education work tirelessly on behalf of the students, families, faculty, and staff of the Rye City schools. We are fortunate to have such a hardworking and dedicated group of volunteers serving on our Board of Education. Please take a moment to thank a school board member for all they give to the community of Rye, this coming week and every week.

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  • RCSD Community Update: 10/8/21

    A few parents have asked me if we will have to make up for those two days our schools were closed after Ida. The short answer is “no.” Because the Governor declared a State of Emergency, those days are not counted against us. I have also confirmed this is the case with the State Education Department. Our three snow/emergency days remain unused.

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  • Community Members Needed for District Committees

    The Rye City School District is in need of community volunteers to serve on three District committees: Audit, Facilities, and Technology. The District’s working committees offer thoughtful and critical recommendations for the effective and efficient operation of the schools. They focus on specific, annual charges and report progress at Board of Education meetings periodically throughout the year.

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  • Parent Assistance with Mask Requirements

    I hope everyone has enjoyed the first three weeks of school. Since we have returned to school, the staff and I have found we need to remind students to wear their masks at all times when they are in the school somewhat frequently. In addition, teachers have expressed concern about students wearing their masks improperly, e.g. not covering the nose, or mouth, or both. Please remind your student(s) that all RMS students, faculty, and staff are required to wear a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status. This is not just school or District policy; this is State law. Masks are optional outdoors.

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  • RCSD Community Update: 10/1/21

    Happy October! We have a lot to celebrate this month. Tomorrow, October 2, is National Custodial Workers Day. The District’s custodial staff has been absolutely incredible this year, keeping our schools spotless in the wake of Ida, the resulting remediation, and ongoing construction. I wrote about their dedication in my letter in September’s Superintendent’s Bulletin. I know our parent organizations have some special things planned for our custodians to thank them, but if you see one of these wonderful gentlemen around the schools, please add your thanks. October is also National Principals Month. Please take a moment to acknowledge your school principal(s) for their contribution to student - and teacher - success.

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  • RCSD September Superintendent's Bulletin

    Please read the September Superintendent's Bulletin here.

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  • 2021 Rye Harrison Football Game Saturday, October 2, at 3:30 p.m.

    It is with pleasure that I invite you to watch the 2021 Rye Harrison Football game on Saturday, October 2, at 3:30 PM, at Harrison High School’s McGillicuddy Stadium.

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  • RMS BTSN & Clubs 2021-22

    Thank you for attending our Back to School Night last week. If you were unable to attend, please use this link to access recordings of the night’s presentations by the teams, departments, and elective class teachers.

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  • RCSD Community Update: 9/24/21

    Our first full week of school is behind us! Students and teachers alike are settling nicely into their daily routines and enjoying being back together in our schools. I have a few updates to share with you this week:

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