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MAMARONECK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
2014-2015 CALENDAR
Annabelle Sharenow, tempera paint
Alexy Lefebvre, stoneware
Dori Jacobson, photograph
WELCOME TO THE MAMARONECK UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT: It is the mission of the Mamaroneck School District to promote intellectual
engagement and an appreciation of learning as an inherently rewarding activity, to prepare students to function as
responsible citizens, and to prepare students to live in a multi-cultural world.
DISTRICT DIRECTORY
Main District Number 220-3000
If an extension in the district begins with a “3” it may be
dialed directly from the outside using the 220 exchange.
Visit the Mamaroneck Schools on the web at
www.mamkschools.org
To email staff members use
CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION
in the Post Road building of the High School.
Superintendent of Schools
Robert I. Shaps, Ed.D.
220-3005
Assistant Superintendent for Student Support Services
Anthony T. Minotti, Ed.D.
220-3060
Assistant Superintendent for Business Operations
Meryl Rubinstein
220-3040
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
Annie Ward
220-3032
BOARD OF EDUCATION
220-3100
220-3300
220-3400
220-3500
220-3601
220-3700
220-3471
Elementary Schools ................. 8:40 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Kindergarten dismissal on half days .............11:40 a.m.
Hommocks Middle School ....... 7:54 a.m. – 2:57 p.m.
Mamaroneck High School............. 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
(days 1 - 4)
8 a.m. – 2:34 p.m. (day 5)
BOARD OF EDUCATION
220-3007
The district is governed by a seven-member Board of
Education. Board members are district residents, each
elected to serve a three-year term without pay. The
Board’s primary responsibility is to establish policies for the
educational program and the management of the school
district. The Superintendent and the administration are
responsible for the execution of these policies.
SCHOOLS
Mamaroneck High School
Hommocks Middle School
Central School
Chatsworth Avenue School
Mamaroneck Avenue School
Murray Avenue School
Pre K (Guidance Center)
SCHOOL HOURS
BOARD MEMBERS 2014-2015:
Carol Priore
George McNally
Ann LoBue, President........................................... 833-1216
Melany Gray, Vice President ................................ 834-5732
Roger Martin ......................................................... 777-1644
James Needham, Secretary ................................. 834-5278
Robin Nichinsky ..........................................834-7317
220-3020 Nancy Pierson..............................................834-2449
220-3080 Steve Warner ........................................................ 924-2795
Bari Suman
220-3160
Dr. Michael Kollmer
Debbie Manetta
Lori Freeman
Dina Madden
Lauren Leone
220-3076
220-3070
220-3062
220-3140
220-3035
Transportation Department
Tammi Godbee
District Clerk
Joanne Rice
District Treasurer
Philip Silano
District Translator
Maria Elena Carullo
Instructional Coaches/District-Wide Services:
Lisa Ramos-Hillegers – Hommocks Literacy Coach
Andrew Hess – Assistive Technology (district-wide)
Mariana Ivanov – Elementary Math Coach
220-3390
220-3007
220-3049
220-3069
DISTRICT SERVICES
Administrator for Personnel
Director of Facilities
Director of Health,
Physical Education & Athletics
Director of Research,
Assessment & Accountability
Director of Public Information
Director of Special Education K-12
Coordinator of Music, K-12
Temporary Purchasing Agent
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SCHOOL CLOSINGS-DELAYED OPENINGSOR EMERGENCIES
In an emergency, school closing or delayed opening, the
District will contact you through e-mail and our automated
phone messaging system and post information on the
website at www.mamkschools.org. Please do not call
the local schools or the police.
2-2 blasts at 7:30am. Local radio stations including
WVOX (1460AM), WFAS (1230FM) and cable TV carry
cancellation notices. When weather is uncertain, the
opening of school may be delayed by one or two hours.
cable TV will carry this information and you should receive
an automated phone message. Please make contingency
plans for your children, as they cannot be left at school.
Teachers and administrators will not be arriving until the
delayed opening time.
SCHOOL NOTICES
STUDENT RECORDS/INFORMATION
2014-2015 Board of Education Members featured above
Left to right, bottom: Melany Gray (Vice President), Ann LoBue (President),
James Needham (Secretary) Top: Trustees Robin Nichinsky, Steve Warner,
Nancy Pierson and Roger Martin
WEBSITE
Visit www.mamkschools.org regularly for information about
Mamaroneck School District, including News & Announcements,
our calendar, special events and up-to-date information on school
closings in inclement weather.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords
parents and students over 18 years of age (“eligible student”) certain
rights with respect to the student’s education records. It covers the
following:
1. The right to inspect and review the student’s education records
within 45 days of the day the school receives a request for access
in writing to the Superintendent of Schools.
2. The right to request the amendment of the student’s education
records that the parent or eligible student believes are inaccurate
or misleading.
3.
released or made available to persons other than parent(s) or
guardian(s) or students without the written consent of such
parent(s) or guardian(s) or student. FERPA authorizes the
disclosure of personal information without consent in limited
circumstances, such as criminal investigations.
4. Please be advised that the School District designates the
following items as Directory Information, and may disclose any
ONE CALL NOW
Mamaroneck Schools works with a company called One Call Now,
which gives us the capability to communicate important District
information through an automated phone message, as well as
through mass e-mail and texting. This is our primary source of communication in the event of emergency and/or upon unanticipated
school closure or early dismissal.
PARENT PORTAL
To verify your emergency contact information, please use the Parent
Portal. Each family has a Parent Portal log-on/password. If you are
new to the District or need support in using the Parent Portal, please
call Mike Kollmer, Director of Research, Assessment & Accountability,
at 220-3076.
STUDENT ABSENCE CALL-IN PROCEDURES
If your child is absent, please call the nurse at your child’s school or:
220-3250
for Hommocks, 220-3350
for MHS, 220-3150
CAFETERIA SERVICES
The Mamaroneck schools are pleased to offer a breakfast program for
students at Mamaroneck Avenue School, Hommocks Middle School
and Mamaroneck High School. The full price will be $1.20. Children
entitled to free lunch are also entitled to free breakfast. Children entitled
to reduced-price lunch will be charged 25 cents for breakfast. The
Mamaroneck schools are proud to offer a healthful and nutritious lunch
program in cooperation with Aramark. These choices are printed on the
monthly menu, which is on our website: mamkschools.org. 2014-2015
lunch prices are $2.70 for elementary and $2.95 for MHS & Hommocks.
Reduced price: $.25. All students are entitled to apply to participate in our
free and reduced-price lunch programs. Eligibility is based on family
income. Applications and information will be distributed over the
summer and will be posted on the website. Applications are due
5.
6.
the contrary, in writing, to the Superintendent of Schools, by the
parent/guardian or eligible student by Friday, September 12,
2014. student’s name, address, telephone number, date and place
of birth, major course of study, participation in school activities
or sports, weight and height if a member of an athletic team,
dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, most recent
school attended, photographs and e-mail address. The following
additional information will only be provided to the PTA and other
school-related organizations: the parent/guardian name, student/
parent/guardian address, email address, and telephone number.
The District publishes a “student directory” for each school
building which contains the student and parent names, addresses,
and telephone numbers, grade levels, and home room of each
student enrolled in the District. Such directories shall be used
solely by students, parents, and District employees. Directories
shall not be given to anyone outside the District or be used for
promotion of any activities unrelated to the District. Please advise
the Superintendent of Schools in writing by September 12, 2014,
if you do not wish your child’s information to be included in the
student directory.
Parents have the opportunity to prohibit their child’s participation
in any survey that reveals personal information or political beliefs.
A parent/guardian can also exclude a child from any activities
in which information will be gathered for marketing purposes.
In accordance with No Child Left Behind, upon request, the
Mamaroneck School District must disclose a high school student’s
name, address and telephone number to military recruiters
and institutions of higher learning unless the parent/guardian
or student 18 years of age or older prohibits release of this
information. If you wish to exercise your option to withhold the
release of this information, contact Gina Tarascio at 220-3102.
or parochial schools within certain limits: For children in grades K-8,
the distance between the child’s residence and the school of choice
grades 9-12, the distance between the child’s residence and the
miles. State law requires that applications for transportation for the
2015-16 school year to private and parochial schools be received
by the Transportation Department by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April
1, 2015. Call the Transportation Department at 914-220-3390 for
more information.
NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY
educational and employment opportunities in all of its decisions,
programs and activities to ensure the following:
1. Residents of legal school age have equal access to educational
programs, classes, extracurricular activities and services without
regard to race, color, creed, sex, national origin, religion or
handicapping conditions.
2. Equal employment opportunities are extended to all persons
without regard to race, sex, age, color, creed, a disability unrelated
to performing tasks of the position, national origin, religious or
The Board of Education of the Mamaroneck School District is committed
to providing to its students and employees an environment free from
all forms of unlawful harassment, including sexual harassment. Any
student or employee who believes that he or she has been subjected
to unlawful harassment should report the alleged misconduct so that
appropriate corrective action may be taken. The Board of Education’s
of Human Resources, Dr. Paul Arilotta, and Staff Assistant to Personnel,
Janet Childs, serve as District Compliance Coordinators for this policy.
PROHIBITION OF SMOKING ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
In accordance with state and federal laws, smoking is prohibited
in all school buildings and on school property during school hours,
including all school-sponsored events. The law bans smoking, not
only during regular school hours and in all school buildings, but also
during times when school-sponsored events take place anywhere
on school property. This includes outdoor as well as indoor sporting
events, PTA functions, school concerts, etc. The law pertains to
everyone, not just students.
PESTICIDE APPLICATION NOTICE
New York State Education Law, Section 409-H, requires all public and nonto all persons in parental relation, faculty and staff regarding the potential
use of pesticides periodically throughout the school year. Individuals
may register to receive a written notice at least 48 hours prior to any
pesticide application. Additionally, you may request information about
the products that are applied, including any warnings that may appear on
TRANSPORTATION
For Information on the latest Mamaroneck Schools
happenings, visit www.mamkschools.org
The District provides transportation by public carrier or yellow bus to
students residing within the district who are attending public, private
www.facebook.com/MamaroneckPublicSchools
SCHOOL NOTICES
CHILD FIND
Child Find refers to activities undertaken by public education
agencies to identify, locate, and evaluate children residing in
the State, including children attending private schools, who
are suspected of having disabilities, regardless of the severity
of their disability, and determine the child's need for special
education and related services. The purpose is to locate these
children so that a free appropriate public education can be
made available. The types of disabilities that, if found, may
cause a child to need services are: autism, deaf-blindness,
deafness, emotional disturbance, hearing impairment, mental
retardation, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other
health impairment due to chronic or acute health problems,
traumatic brain injury and visual impairment including
blindness.
Parents who believe their child has a disability may request
in writing, that an evaluation be conducted to determine if the
child is eligible to receive special education services. Written
Services. Children placed by their parents in private schools
located within the geographic boundaries of other public school
districts should refer their children to the special education
located. Children enrolled in private kindergarten and/or
220-3060. Children ages birth to 3 can access a variety of
services to meet their individual needs through Westchester
County Department of Health’s Early Intervention Program.
Call 914-813-5094 for further information.
RADAR
Larchmont-Mamaroneck RADAR (Responsible Action: A Drug
and Alcohol Resource) is a community coalition devoted to
reducing underage drinking and drug use. RADAR initiatives
are designed around helping youth make safe and healthy
choices; they are built on the premise that it is the collective
responsibility of our entire community to help reduce substance
use/abuse among our youth.
The Mamaroneck School District works as a partner with
RADAR in its efforts to educate our children and parents
on the issues surrounding drug and alcohol use. For more
information, visit www.LMRadar.org or call 834-6041.
SCHOOL BUDGET VOTE INFORMATION
THE BUDGET PROCESS
The development of the school budget begins in the fall with the
formulation of goals and objectives by the Board of Education.
These goals provide the parameters for the instructional
staff that determine classroom needs for the following year.
The Superintendent reviews their requests and works to
make sure the requests support the goals of the district. The
superintendent will also seek input from parents and members
of the community.
By spring, the Superintendent will present a proposed budget to
the Board of Education. At public study sessions, the Board of
quality educational programs for students while recognizing the
by the New York State Education Department to be submitted
to the community for its approval on the third Tuesday in May.
Community residents are urged to attend budget study
sessions and share their ideas and concerns with the Board of
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE BUDGET:
The District strives to provide residents with information about the proposed and
on the District website calendar.
included on the District website, in e-mail announcements put out by the
District and in a budget newsletter mailed to all District residents.
VOTER REGISTRATION:
To vote on the budget and in the school board election, you must be:
A United States citizen;
A resident of the district for 30 days or more
At least 18 years old;
You are registered if you have voted at least once during the past four years or if you have personally registered
with the District Clerk of the School District.
budget is distributed through a mailing to all residents before
the vote day and on the district website.
is one district wide registration day in May.
Board of Education elections take place at the same time as the
All primary residence owners are eligible for the Basic STAR Program that provides savings on school property taxes. New
30 days prior to the vote.
older may be eligible for additional savings depending upon their income.
For more information about school board elections or voting,
call the District Clerk at 220-3007.
TAX SAVINGS FOR HOMEOWNERS
ABSENTEE BALLOTS
September
SUNDAY
MONDAY
PTA Council Mtgs
Held Monthly
Mtgs are open to the
public and held in a variety
of locations throughout
the six district
schools. Check the
PT Council website,
www.mamkschoolspta.org,
for scheduled locations
or for more info.
TUESDAY
1
WEDNESDAY
Conference Day
STUDENTS DO ONT ATTEND
First Day of School
2 8:40-11:30 am All Elem
dismissal)
7:30pm Schl Bd Mtg/
MHS Tiered Clsm
7
8
ALL MODIFIED SPORTS BEGIN-HOM
MUR – Back-to-Schl Night
6pm - Gr 2
6:45pm - Gr 1
7:30pm – Gr K
15
MAS Back-to-Schl Night
6pm Gr 3
6:45pm Gr 4
6:45 5th Grade Mandatory Parent
7:15 Gr. 5
21
9
9am MAS Gr Level Rep Mtg
9:15 am
Orntn/Lunchroom
MUR – Back to School Night
6pm – Gr 5
6:45pm - Gr 4
7:30pm - Gr 3
22
CEN Back-to-Schl Night
6 pm Kdgn & Pre-K morning session
6:45pm Grade 1
7:30pm Grade 2
23
2:30-3:30pm MAS Class/Parent
Teacher Mtg
CHAT Back-to-Schl Night
6:00pm - Gr 2
6:45pm - Gr K
7:30pm - Gr 1
6:30-7:30pm - CHAT Info Fair
7 pm MHS 9th grade parents
meet with counselors./McLain
7:54 am- 2:57 pm HOM Gr 7 & 8 First
Day of Schl
MHS Gr 10, 11 & 12 First Day of Schl
9am, 3pm & 7pm MAS Mandatory
10
MAS Back To Schl Night
6pm Gr. K
6:45 Gr. 1
7:30pm Gr. 2
29
5
6
12
13
6:30pm HOM Gr 6 Meet Your
Counselor Night
7pm HOM Gr 6 Back-to-Schl Night/
Clsms
17
18
FULL DAY KINDERGARTEN BEGINS
8:45 am - 10:15 am
Back Bkfst/HOM Caf
7 pm MHS Gr 12 Parents Meet
w/Counselors
/MHS Palmer Gallery
(Open schl hours through 10/17)
9:15 am PTA Council
1:30-2:45pm
/MHS N101
3 pm CEN Slice of Summer/First Grade
Playground
6:30pm HOM Gr 7 Sharpe Orntn/Aud
7pm HOM Gr 7 & 8 Back-to-Schl Night/Clsms
24
9:15am CHAT PTA membership
9:15am MUR Room Reps Gr K-5
mtg/Lunchroom
3-4 pm HOM Summer Clearance-
11
SCHOOLS CLOSED
25
HOM Gr 6 Fun Day
MAS Fruity Friday
3:15pm MUR Ice Cream Social for
Families & Teachers (raindate 9/19)/
Large Playground
Dusk HOM Drive In Movie/Lawn
19
9:15am MUR PTA General
Membership Mtg/Lunchroom
MHS Seniors meet w/counselors
at lunch
5:30 - 7:30 pm Mamaroneck Schls
20
Mamaroneck Schls
Triathlon
6:30 am Arrive
6:30pm
Movie (Rain date 9/20)
SCHOOLS CLOSED
26
27
CEN Back-to-Schl Night
6 pm Grade 3
6:45pm Grade 4
7:30pm Grade 5
ROSH HASHANAH
28
SATURDAY
3 Children's Corner and KEEPS Begin4
9 am
9 am
9 am MAS K/New Parent Breakfast
9 & 10:45 am
Lib
10 am
7 pm HOM Fall Sports Parent Info Night/Aud
16
CHAT Back-to-Schl Night
6 pm - Gr 5
6:45pm - Gr 3
7:30pm - Gr 4
6:30-7:30pm - CHAT Info Fair
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study
Session/MHS Lib Clsm
FRIDAY
(Kdgn --10:30 am
Orntn (Gr 9 only)
1-3 pm HOM Summer Clearance
14
THURSDAY
7:54 am - 12 Noon HOM (Gr 6 only)
8:00 am - MHS Freshman
8:30 am-12 Noon
SCHOOLS CLOSED
LABOR DAY
HOM Summer
Clearance - All
Sports
9/8: 11am-4pm
9/9: 3-3;30pm
2014
ROSH HASHANAH
30
HOM Padres Unidos Mtg/Lib 7 pm
Charlie Saez, pencil
, ink
2014
October
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
1
2
5pm & 6:45pm
MUR School Photos
9:15 am SEPTA Diner
Networking
7 pm
SATURDAY
3
-
6:15pm MHS Pre-Mtg Back-to.
/MHS Lib
7 pm MHS Back-to-Schl Night All
Grades
MAS Fruity Friday
YOM KIPPUR
Courtney Sawyer, watercolor
5
6
7 pm MHS Intro to Science
Research Parent/Mtg/MHS
Tiered Classrom
10/6 - 10/10
12
13
7
9:15am Central Perks w/SEPTA
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS CEN
(PreK-5)
6:45pm HOM Gr 6 Community
Dinner/Lib
7pm Padres Unidos Bds Mtg/
HOM Lib
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study Session/MHS
Lib Clsm
14
9:15 am
7:30 pm SEPTA Speaker/HOM Lib
SCHOOLS CLOSED
8
MHS Photos
9:15am
10:15 am & 6 pm MAS PTA
Open Mtg
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS MAS/MAS
7:30 pm MHS Music Parents
/MHS Choir Rm
9
HOM Progress Reports Posted
CEN School Photo Day
MHS Photos
6 - 7:15pm CEN Kindergarten
Square Dance
7:30 pm MHS Info Session on
/Tiered Clsm
15
10
MAS Spirit Day
9:15am
16
20
17
26
MAS Book Fair
10/28 - 10/30
27
HOM PHOTO DAY
MAS Summer Reading
Challenge Party
7 pm
Tiered Clsm
PSAT Tests/MHS
12 Noon- 5 pm
HOM Gr 7 Sharpe Overnight
/MHS
7 pm
21
28
7pm Elem Padres Unidos Mtg/
MAS APR
18
7:30 pm MHS PACE Fall Play/PACE Theatre (10/15-10/18)
22
-------MAS School Pictures-----9 am & 7:30 pm MHS Parent
7:30 pm CHAT Strings Learn to
/Lib Clsm
Play Night
4 pm CEN Gr 3 Bring Your Parents to
String Class/LGI
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS Tiered
Clsm
9:15 am PTA Council
4 pm MAS Gr 3 Bring Your
CHAT Fall Book Fair
Parents to String Class/Lower
10/20-10-23
Lunchroom
6:30pm CHAT Fall Book Fair
Opening Night Event
7 pm SEPTA Road to College
Lib
11
SAT Test/MHS
CHAT Schl Photos
1:30-2:45pm
Mtg/MHS N101
CHAT Schl Photos
CEN Scare Fair
7:30 pm PACE
Fall Play
COLUMBUS DAY
19
4
23
6pm MAS Pizza & Bingo Gr K
6:30pm MHS Financial Aid Night for
/Lib Clsm
7:30 pm HOM General PTA Mtg/Lib
7:30 pm MUR Strings Learn to
Play Night
29
6-8pm MAS Book Fair Family Night
30
7 pm District Music Faculty Recital/
HOM aud
7 pm MHS Financial Aid Night/
Tiered Classroom
EMERGENCY DRILL
24
25
All Elem Schls Dismissed at 2:30 pm
ACT Test/MHS
9:15am
6:30 pm Mamaroneck Schls
7:30-9pm HOM Six Mix/Gym
31
1:45pm MAS Halloween Parade
2pm CHAT Halloween Parade
November
SUNDAY
MONDAY
2014
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
1
9 am Mock
SAT/MHS Post
2
Sports ClearanceIce Hockey &
Fencing/MHS
11/3 - 11/7
9
11 am & 2:30 pm
CEN Central School
Musical
Sports Clearance-All
Sports/MHS Nurses
11/10 - 11/14
MUR Parents as
Reading Partners
11/10 - 11/21
16
Clearance/Nurses
11/18 11am - 3pm
11/19 & 11/20
3-3:30
3
MAS Halloween Candy Exchange
7 pm
McLain Auditorium
30
Conference Day
STUDENTS DO ONT ATTEND
5
MAS Halloween Candy Exchange
MHS Day of Service
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study Session/
MHS Lib Clsm
10
11
12
17
18
MUR Book Fair
Small Gym 8 am – 4 pm & 6 – 8 pm
11 am -3 pm
/
7pm HOM Padres Unidos Mtg/Lib
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS Tiered Clsm
25
6
9:15 am
9:15am & 7:30pm HOM Gr 6
/Lib
8 pm Area All-State Concert/SUNY
Purchase
8:05 am - 10:50 am Gr 6
8:05 am - 11:36 am Gr 7 & 8
11:09am-1:17pm HOM ParentTeacher Brunch/Lib
6:30 - 8 pm CHAT Kdgn Square
Dance
13
9:15 am
3-3:30 pm HOM Clearance-Ice Hockey
Only
7-8:30 pm CHAT Gr5 Square Dance/
HOM
7:30 pm SEPTA/District Evening
/MHS Tiered Clsm
14
8
11 am & 2:30 pm
CEN School Musical
SAT Test/MHS
15
8:30 - 11:30 am
Elem All-County
7pm MAS Parent Night Out
9 am Mock ACT
Test/MHS Post
Entrance
19
20
21
22
26
27
28
29
MHS Photo Retakes
MUR Book Fair
11:30 am All Elem Dismissal
8:30 - 11:30 am
Small Gym 8 am – 1 pm
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Elem All-County
11:30am HOM Senior Luncheon/Lib
MUR Book Fair
1:30-2:45pm
/
Small Gym 8 am – 4 pm & 6 – 8 pm
MHS N101
2 pm & 7:30 pm MHS PACE
9:15 am
2pm & 7:30 pm MHS PACE
2 pm & 7:30 pm MHS PACE
6:45pm HOM Gr 8 Community
Dinner/Lib
7:30pm MHS PACE Kinesthesia 40th Anniversary/PACE Theatre (11/19-11/22) Plus 2pm on 11/22
Partners
3-3:30 pm HOM Sports
7 pm HOM Variety Show/Aud
7:30 pm SEPTA Road to College
Series/MHS Lib
7
MAS Fruity Friday
2 pm All Elem Dismissal
7:30 am MHS Parent/Faculty Bkfst/
2:30-5:15 pm Elem Parent-Teacher Conferences Concourse
9am
9:15 am
HABLEMOS MAS/MAS
1:30-2:45pm
HOM Clearance-Ice Hockey Only/
3 pm HOM Ice Hockey Student
/TBD
23 MUR Parents as Reading 24
9:45 am SEPTA
Community Event –
Village of Mamaroneck
Turkey Trot/Harbor
Island Park
4
HOM End of 1st Quarter
9:15 am PTA Council
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS CEN
(PreK-5)
1-3 pm MHS Sports Physicals-
MHS First Quarter ends
MUR Book Fair
Small Gym 8 am-4 pm
3 pm
/HOM Gym
7 pm
Info Night/Auditorium
Jacqueline Devore, watercolor
Wade Steely, watercolor
ink
THANKSGIVING RECESS -- SCHOOLS CLOSED
December
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
1
11 am -4 pm
Clearance
1-3 pm
6:30pm-7:30pm
Show/Commons
7
2014
-HOM
8
WEDNESDAY
2
9 am - 4 pm CEN Book Fair
9:15am Central Perks
6:30 & 7:30 pm HOM Gr 6, 7, 8
Chorus Concert/Aud
7 pm MHS Gr 11 Parents & Students
Meet w/Counselors/McLain
7pm Padres Unidos Bds Mtg/
HOM Lib
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study Session/MHS
Lib Clsm
9
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS CEN
(PreK-5)
2:30 pm & 7pm
Mandatory Parent Mtg.
7 pm HOM Gr 6, 7 & 8 Orch Concert/
Aud
14
15
3
11:30 am All Elem Dismissal
Parent-Teacher Conferences
9 am-12:30 pm & 6-8 pm CEN
Book Fair
9:30 am
7:30 pm MHS Vocal/String Ensemble
Concert/McLain Aud
10
9:15 am SEPTA Diner Networking/
9:30 am
10 am CEN Concert Rhsl
1:30:2:45pm HABLEMOS MAS/
MAS
7:30 pm MHS Band Ensemble
Concert/McLain Aud
16
22
23
FRIDAY
4
9 am – 3 pm CEN Book Fair
9:30 am & 7 pm
Concert
6:30pm MAS Musical
SATURDAY
5
MAS Fruity Friday
7pm MAS Musical
7:30 pm-9:30 pm HOM Gr7
Dance/Gym
1pm & 7pm MAS
Musical
SAT Test/MHS
11
12
13
18
19
20
25
26
27
10 am CEN Gr 5 Band & Chorus/Gr
4 & 5 Orch Concert Assembly
12 Noon MHS, HOM Choirs Sing at
Met Life
6:30 pm
9:30 am & 7 pm
6-8 pm MHS Fall Student Art Show
/Palmer Gallery
(Open schl hours through 1/15)
7 pm MHS Video Show/PACE Theatre
HOM Progress Reports Posted
12:30 pm MHS Homecoming
Brunch for Class of 2014/Cafe
7:30 pm
/
McLain Aud
24
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
CHRISTMAS
28
29
30
6
HANUKKAH BEGINS
17
10 am & 1:45 pm
Concert
6:30 & 7:30 pm HOM Gr 6, 7, 8 Band
9:15 am & 6:30 pm
Concert/Aud
Concert
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS Tiered
Clsm
9:15 am PTA Council
7pm Padres Unidos Holiday
/HOM Lib
21
THURSDAY
31
Tori Ilardo,tempera
January
SUNDAY
2015
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
Zoe Berg, pencil
4
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
1
2
3
8
9
10
16
17
Laura Arike, charcoal
5
SCHOOLS REOPEN
6
7
6:45pm HOM Gr7
Community Dinner/Lib
7:30 pm MHS Honors
Recital/Emelin Theatre
11
12
9:15 am PTA Council
7 pm MHS Financial Aid
Tiered Classroom
SATURDAY
/
18
13
9:15am Central Perks
1:30-2:45PM HABLEMOS CEN
(PreK-5)
7pm Elem Padres Unidos Mtg/
CEN Gym
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study Session/MHS
Lib Clsm
19
SCHOOLS CLOSED
BIRTHDAY OBSERVED
14
9:15 am SEPTA Diner Networking
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS MAS/
MAS
7 pm
/McLain Aud & Caf
20
7pm MHS Padres Unidos Mtg/ Lib
Clsm
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS
Tiered Clsm
15
7:30 pm MHS PACE Soundscapes/PACE Theatre (1/15-1/17)
1:30-2:45pm
Mtg/MHS N101
6pm MAS Pizza & Bingo Gr 1 & 2
21
7:30 pm
Sp Ed/CEN
MAS Fruity Friday
22
7:30 pm
McLain
/
23
9:15am
9:15 am MUR PTA Mtg / ParentFaculty Program/Lunchroom
MLK DAY OF SERVICE
FOR MHS STUDENTS
25
11 am & 2 pm
MUR Musical/
Aud
26
27
– – – – – – – –– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – MHS Midterms
7:30 pm
Gr 9 Sp Ed/MHS Lib
28
– – – – – – – – – – – – –– – – – – – – –– – – – – – – –
MHS Second Quarter ends
6:15pm MHS Financial Aid
7:30 pm SEPTA Speaker /HOM Lib
Part II/Post Computer Lab
7:30pm HOM General PTA
Mtg/Lib
29
30
HOM End of 2nd Quarter
6:30pm CHAT Family Fun Night
24
[Learn(in)] MHS Faculty
Showcase
11 am & 2 pm
MUR Musical/
Aud
31
February
SUNDAY
2015
MONDAY
1
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
2
7 pm
8
3
7 pm Padres Unidos Bds Mtg/
HOM Lib
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study Session/
MHS Lib Clsm
/HOM Lib
9
15
16
23
5
6-8 pm MHS AP Student Art
Show Opening/Palmer Gallery
(Open shl hours through 3/9)
7 pm HOM Musical
2 pm
6 pm MAS Pizza & Bingo Gr 3-5
7:30 pm T
Gr 6 Sp Ed/HOM Lib
11
SATURDAY
6
MAS Fruity Friday
8:07am-11:05am HOM Real
(Snow Date 2/12)
2 & 7 pm HOM
Musical
7 pm HOM Musical
12
13
14
18
24
19
20
21
27
28
–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
25
26
7:30 pm MHS Musical/McLain Aud (2/26-2/28)
Joyce Xu, watercolor
7
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS MAS/MAS
17
7pm HOM Padres Unidos Mtg/Lib
9 am Mock SAT
Test/MHS Post
Entrance
11am-4pm MAS
7 pm
for Parents & Students/McLain
(snow date 3/2)
9:15 am PTA Council
9:15 am SEPTA Diner Networking/
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – SCHOOLS CLOSED — R
22
FRIDAY
4
10
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS CEN
(PreK-5)
7:30 pm MHS PACE 1 Show
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS Tiered
Clsm
CEN Building Bridges
2/9 -2/13
THURSDAY
7 pm
Info Night-McLain Aud
, conte crayon
9:15am CEN 2nd Grade
African American History
/ LGI
1:30-2:45pm PATHS
/MHS N101
7:30pm HOM Heritage Dinner/Gym
stoneware
2015
March
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
1
MUR Building
WEDNESDAY
2
3
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
4
5
9:15 am Superintendent's
3/2 -3/6
6 pm Gr. 3-5
7 pm MAS Open PTA Mtg
7:30pm Central Perks
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study
Session/MHS Lib Clsm
Spring Sports Clearance ALL
SPORTS
8
HOM Spring Sports
Clearance/Nurse’s
3/10 11 am -3 pm
3/11 3-3:30pm
9
MAS Snack Monday Gr. K & 1
9:15 am PTA Council
1-3 pm MHS Sports Physicals-MHS
3 pm & 7 pm HOM Spring Sports
Student Info Mtg/HOM Gym
15
10 am - 5 pm
Mamaroneck Schls
Show/MHS Post Rd. Gym
11 am All-County
Orchestra Concert/SUNY
Purchase
HOM Spring Clearance/
10
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS CEN
(PreK-5)
7 pm Elem Padres Unidos Mtg/
MAS APR
7:30 pm HOM Parent Network Mtg
11
9:15 am SEPTA Diner Networking/
School/HOM Lib
16
17
18
7:30 pm
MHS Freshmen Spring Sports
7pm MHS Padres Unidos Mtg/
Lib Clsm
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS
Tiered Clsm
MAS Snack Monday Gr. 2 & 3
7 pm
McLain Aud
Conference Day
STUDENTS DO ONT ATTEND
2 pm Shakespeare
-
23
HOM
MAS Snack Monday Gr. 4 & 5
1-3 pm HOM Sports Physicals/
9 am & 7:30 pm MHS Parent
/
Lib Clsm
10 am MAS Gr 3 Strings Concert
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS MAS/MAS
24
HOM Progress Reports Posted
3-3:30 pm HOM Spring Sports
Clearance
6:30 pm
Gr. 1 & 2
7pm CHAT Parents Night Out
/
6
MAS Fruity Friday
CHAT Musical
1:30pm - Students only
7:00pm - Family & Friends
7 pm
12
CEN Parents Night
Out
11 am CHAT
Musical
13
7:30 - 9:30 pm MUR Gr 5
Square Dance/MHS Palmer
Gym
19
7
14
SAT Test/MHS
10 am - 5 pm
Mamaroneck Schls
Show/MHS Post Rd.
Gym
All-County Concert/
SUNY Purchase
Band Concert 11 am
Choral Concert 4 pm
20
21
/HOM Aud (3/17 -3/22; performance on 3/22 is at 2 pm )
3/16 & 3/18 3-3:30pm
3/19 11am - 3pm
22
SATURDAY
25
9 am Mock ACT
Test/MHS Post
Entrance
9 am Schl Bd
Mtg/MHS Tiered
Clsm -Budget Review
10 am CEN Gr 3 Strings Concert
1:30-2:45pm
Mtg/MHS N101
6pm MAS Crunchy Carnival
7pm HOM Entering Gr 6 Orntn/
Tour/in Spanish/Lib
26
27
28
11:30 am All Elem Dismissal
Parent-Teacher Conferences
6 pm CEN Crunchy Carnival
HOM Spring
Sports Clearance/
3/23 3-3:30 pm
29
30
31
---------------- Spring Recess -- SCHOOLS CLOSED
Kara Dougherty, pencil
Heather Gardiner, photograph
2015
April
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
1
2
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – SCHOOLS CLOSED — R
SATURDAY
3
4
–––––––––––––––
GOOD FRIDAY
PASSOVER BEGINS
Alex Corbin, watercolor
5
6
Snow Make Up Or
School Holiday
If there have been 3 school closings,
then school is in session
EASTER
12
13
7
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS CEN
(PreK-5)
7pm Padres Unidos Bds Mtg/
HOM Lib
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study Session/MHS
Lib Clsm
8
2pm All Elem Dismissal
2:30-5:15 pm Elem Parent-Teacher
Conferences
9:15 am
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS MAS/MAS
6 - 7:30 pm MUR Fit Night/Crunchy
Carnival
14
ACT Test/MHS
26
4/27-5/1
27
9:15am CHAT PTA Mtg/Elctns, Bdgt
Disc & Vote
7:30 pm
District Budget Disc & Vote/MHS Lib
21
9:15 am Central Perks
7pm HOM Padres Unidos Mtg/Lib
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS
Tiered Clsm
28
9:15 am
District Budget Discussion & Vote/
Lib
6:30 pm & 7:30 pm HOM Gr 6, 7, 8
Band Concert/Aud
7 pm CEN General PTA/Budget
11
17
18
24
25
HOM End of 3rd Quarter
MHS End of 3rd Quarter
6 & 7 pm MHS PACE 3 Presents
20
10
MAS Fruity Friday
7:30 pm-9:30pm HOM Gr 6
Student Council Event/Gym
16
ELAs Grades 3-8
9:15 am SEPTA Diner Networking/
9:15am & 7:30pm HOM Gr 8 Con/Lib
9:15 am PTA Council
6:30pm CHAT Crunchy Carnival
7:30 pm MHS Symphony &
Chamber Orch Ensemble
Concert/McLain Aud
15
7 pm Building Bridges Evening
Speaker/HOM Aud
19
9
22
7:30pm HOM Incoming
Gr 6 Parent Info Night &
Tour/Aud
23
State Math Assessments Gr 3-8
7:30 pm PACE Musical Revue/PACE Theatre (4/23 - 4/25)
1:30-2:45pm
/
MHS N101
6:30 pm
Panel/Lib
7:30 pm HOM PTA Elctns-Budget
Mtg/Lib
7 pm
11:30 am All Elem Dismissal
Parent-Teacher Conferences
29
7:30 pm MHS Vocal/Band
Ensemble Concert/McLain Aud
30
MAS Bike Rally
9:15 am & 7:30 pm HOM Gr 6
/Lib
6:30 & 8 pm MHS PACE Senior
One-Act Play
Steven Rome, colored pencil
May
SUNDAY
2015
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
1
MAS Fruity Friday
MAS Spirit Day
7:30 pm MHS PACE Senior
Dance Night
Greer Thelander,
photograph
3
HOM Reading
Makes Cents
5/4 -5/9
CHAT Spring
Book Fair
5/4 - 5/7
8 am - 3 pm MHS
4
MHS AP Chemistry in am
9:15 am PTA Council
6:30pm CHAT Everybody Reads/
Evening Book Fair Hrs
6:30pm-7:30pm HOM Spring Art
Show/Commons
/
Concourse 5/6-5/8
10
HOM Reading
Makes Cents
MHS AP Biology in am
MHS AP Physics C in pm
17
All Elem Screen
5/18 - 5/22
CEN Spring
Book Fair
5/18 9am - 4pm
5/19 9am - 4pm
& 6-8pm
5/20 9am - 3pm
24
18
2:45 pm - 5 pm Science Book Fair
Sponsored by SEPTA/MUR
7 pm MHS Original Science
Research Symposium/Lib
5
25
6
MHS AP English Literature in am
MHS AP Physics 1 in pm
9:15 am MAS PTA Open Mtg, Budget
Disc & Vote
9:30 am & 7 pm CHAT Band/
Chorus Concert
9:30 am & 7 pm MUR Orch Concert
10 am CEN Concert Rhsl
12
MHS AP French in pm
MHS AP U.S. Government in am
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS CEN (PreK-5)
10 am & 1:45 pm MAS Spring Concert
7 pm Elem Padres Unidos Mtg/
CEN Gym
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study Session/
MHS Lib Clsm
SCHOOL BUDGET VOTE
(at your elementary school)
7am-9pm
13
MHS AP English Language and
Culture in am
9:15 am SEPTA Diner Networking/
9:15 am & 6:30 pm MAS Spring
Concert
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS MAS/MAS
19
6-8 pm MHS Spring Art Show Opening/
Palmer Gallery
(Open schl hours through 5/30)
6:30 – 8pm MUR Science Fair/Science Book
Fair sponsored by SEPTA/Small & Large Gym
7pm (except MAS, 6:30 pm) Incoming Kdgn
Parent Orntn at all Elem Schls
7pm MHS Video Show/PACE Theatre
7pm Padres Unidos Mtg
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS Tiered Clsm
26
20
7:30 pm MHS Spring Concert/
McLain Aud
27
9:30 am CHAT Orch Concert
9:30 am MUR Band/Chorus Concert
7:30 pm
/McLain Aud
31
Memorial Day -- Schools Closed
SAT Test/MHS
6:30 pm
Mamaroneck
Grace Whittemore, mixed media
MHS AP Calculus AB & BC in am
7:30 -10 am
/Lib
9:30 am CHAT Band/Chorus Concert
9:30 am MUR Orch Concert
7 pm HOM Orch Concert Gr 6,
7 & 8/Aud
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS Tiered
Clsm
11
2
School Holiday -- Schools Closed
MHS AP Art History in pm
MHS AP Computer Science in am
MHS AP Physics 2 in pm
MHS AP Spanish in am
9:15am & 7:30pm HOM Gr7
/Lib
10 am CEN Spring Concert
School Assembly
6:30 pm CEN Spring Concert
7:30 pm MHS PACE 2 Show
7
14
MHS AP Macroeconomics in pm
9:15am & 7:30pm HOM Incoming
MAS Mother's Day Plant Sales
MHS AP European History in pm
MHS AP U.S. History in am
8
15
MHS AP Microeconomics in am
9:15 am PTA Council
9
11 am – 4 pm
MUR Spring Fair/
Large Playground
16
Saturday/HOM
Principal/Lib
HOM Late Start for All Gr8
Students
10:05am-Students report to
period 3
7:30 pm MHS Awards Assembly/
McLain Aud
21
HOM Progress Reports Posted
HOM Band Memorial Day Parade
1:30-2:45pm
/
MHS N101
6:30pm
for Spanish-speaking parents/MHS
Lib Clsm
28
9:30 am & 7 pm CHAT Orch Concert
9:30 am & 7 pm MUR Band/
Chorus Concert
3-4:30pm Vistazos Red Carpet
/MHS Japanese Garden
7 pm
22
23
Snow Make Up Or
School Holiday
If there have been 4 school
closings, then school is in session
29
9:15 am PTA Council Calendar Mtg
30
June
SUNDAY
2015
MONDAY
TUESDAY
1
WEDNESDAY
2
9:15am CEN General PTA
6:30 & 7:30 pm HOM Gr 6, 7, 8
Chorus Concert/Aud
7pm Padres Unidos Bds Mtg/
HOM Lib
7:30 pm Schl Bd Study Session/
MHS Lib Clsm
7
8
6 pm
MHS Caf
14
Regents Exams
6/16-6/23
/
21
22
9:15 am
/Aud
1-3 pm MHS Physicals-MHS Nurses
6 pm
6-8pm
7 pm MHS Senior Student Dinner/Caf
28
29
3
FRIDAY
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS CEN
(PreK-5)
7:30 pm MHS PACE Senior Recital
16
7 pm Padres Unidos Bds Mtg/
HOM Lib
7:30 pm Schl Bd Mtg/MHS
Tiered Clsm
23
8:30 am MHS Senior Seminar Day
2:30 pm CHAT Recorder Concert
11:45am
Lunch
6 pm
(rain date 6/25)
6:30pm
Picnic
7:30 -10 pm
Party/Gym
/Lunchroom
SAT Test/MHS
9 am CEN Flag Day Assembly
9:15am CHAT PTA Vols Bkfst,
Annual State of the Schl Addr,
Board Instl
MHS Senior Prom
13
ACT Test/MHS
11am-4pm
CHAT Carnival
19
HOM End of 4th Quater
MAS Grade 5 Trip
9-11am HOM Final Exams
25
9:15 am All Elem Dismissal -Last Day of School
MAS 5th Gr. Clap Out
10 am
/
MHS McLain Aud
26
11:30 am All Elementary Dismissal
30
, pencil
20
9-11am HOM Final Exams
Children's Corner and KEEPS last day
of all programs
MHS 4th Quarter Ends
9 -11 am HOM Finals Review/
Last Day of Schl for Students
-
6
12
18
9:30am MAS 5th Gr. Awards
Breakfast
6 - 8:30pm CEN 5th Grade
24
9-11am HOM Final Exams
9 am
10 am
11:30 am
Lunch/Lunchroom
11
17
7pm MAS PTA Social Night
5
MAS Fruity Friday
9:15 am
10
1:30-2:45pm HABLEMOS MAS/
MAS
Noon PTA Council Annual Mtg &
Lunch
SATURDAY
4
7:30 pm
9:15 am CEN Gr 3 Recorder
Concert
9
15
MHS - Last day of classes
6 pm MHS Fall Sports
/McLain Aud
7:30 pm Mamk Student Aid Fund
Annual Awards Ceremony
THURSDAY
Amy Pfeffer, stroneware
27
July
SUNDAY
2015
MONDAY
5
TUESDAY
6
WEDNESDAY
7
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
1
2
8
9
SATURDAY
3
4
10
11
Rachel Berman,
digital video
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
stoneware
August
SUNDAY
2015
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Olivia Mohlo,
acrylic paint
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
30
24
25
26
27
28
29
watercolor
MAMARONECK-LARCHMONT COUNCIL
OF PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS 2014-2015
Special Education PTA (SEPTA)
в– Executive Board
President
Jayne Lipman
President-elect
Pam Buchmueller
Past President
Sherri Rozansky
Secretary
Alissa Wilson
Treasurer
Laurie Girsky
698-8601
[email protected]
630-2330
[email protected]
720-3598
[email protected]
522-6956
[email protected]
381-7479
[email protected]
в– Unit Co-Presidents
MHS
President
Rina Bider
President-elect
Joan Capaldi
833-9837
[email protected]
834-2142
[email protected]
President Kim Tucker 630-4516
President-elect
Tina Maresca
602-1614
[email protected]
Hommocks
[email protected]
Central
President
Romy Kirwin
President-elect
Krista Williams
630-2409
[email protected]
649-3103
[email protected]
Chatsworth
President
Kerry Sneyd
President-elect
April Lewis
314-686-1366
[email protected]
813-523-7566
[email protected]
646-734-5637
[email protected]
Mamk Ave.
President
Lynn Petruzzo
President-elect
Lisa Sommella
216-8076
[email protected]
Murray
President
Anne Randall
President-elect
917-670-4578
[email protected]
SEPTA
President
Liz Paras
834-0787
[email protected]
в– Special Reps
Communications
David Siegerman
Laurie Shapiro
Curriculum Liaison
Jean Meyerowitz
Diversity
Lia Oliveria
Legislation
Gail Julie
Technology
Lisa Samson
The PTA Council acts as the coordinating body to promote
communication and cooperation among the schools.
834-3261
834-4409
[email protected]
[email protected]
834-5813
[email protected]
960-6158
[email protected]
833-9848
[email protected]
715-2125
[email protected]
в– Executive Board and Chairs
President
Liz Paras
834-0787
[email protected]
Secretary
Tamara Elias
834-5969
[email protected]
Treasurer
Patty Wolff
698-8882
[email protected]
VP Programs
Sandy Wu
834-3102
[email protected]
Programs
Barbara Lambert
834-3726
[email protected]
Diner Networking
Suzanne Prigoda
833-1950
[email protected]
Amy Lieberman
552-1568
[email protected]
VP Ways & Means
Gail Cutler
630-0931
[email protected]
Grants
Amanda Lapides
630-0630
[email protected]
Membership
Cordelia Derhammer-Hill 325-8132
[email protected]
Turkey Trot
Patty Wolff
698-8882
[email protected]
Catherine Hunt
630-7176
[email protected]
Science Book Fair
Donna Hyams
630-2326
[email protected]
Sandy Wu
834-3102
[email protected]
Lord & Taylor Fundraiser
Jodi Jamieson
833-5059
[email protected]
Lisa Collins
834-4562
[email protected]
Hospitality
Sandy Wu
834-3102
[email protected]
VP Communications
Jill Gressin
834-1054
[email protected]
Newsletter
Pam Kernie
834-8184
[email protected]
Law & Policy
Cecilia Absher
833-3109
[email protected]
Website Coordinator/Manager
Jeremy Burr
Parent Member Coordinator
Karina FitzPatrick
833-2615
[email protected]
[email protected]
в– School Reps
Pre-K
Phyllis Raja
834-8467
Central
Krista Williams
777-8252
Emma Rooney
834-4170
Chatsworth Avenue
Jodi Jamieson
833-5059
Lisa Collins
834-4562
Mamaroneck Avenue
Daniela Behpour
263-4752
Catherine Hunt
630-7176
Murray Avenue
Donna Hyams
630-2326
Sandy Wu
834-3102
Hommocks
Cordelia Derhammer-Hill 325-8132
Debbie Trepanier
834-9666
MHS
Cecilia Absher
834-3109
Michelle Gavens
833-3908
[email protected]
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[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
в– Teacher Reps
Central
Jaime Perrotta
220-3401
Chatsworth
Lisa Kmetz
220-3500
Mary Kate Glennon
220-3500
Mamaroneck Avenue
Dorene Hoyt
220-3601
Kerri Fay
220-3601
Murray
Kelly Brennan
220-3700
Cathy Mangieri
220-3700
Hommocks
Tracy Coulson
220-3350
Katie Nagrotsky
220-3350
MHS
Jeff Queen
220-3100
в– Padres Unidos Reps
[email protected]
[email protected]
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[email protected]
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[email protected]
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Elementary President, Yolanda Linares; VP, Teresa De LeГіn
Contact, [email protected]
Hommocks President, Giovanni Zapata; VP, Argelia Rivera
Contact, [email protected]
MHS President, Javier Guzman 914-263-5556; VP, Blanca Prieto
Contact, [email protected]
CENTRAL
1100 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538
Central School Staff
220-3401 fax 220-3415
в– PTA Executive Committee & Chairs
President
Romy Kirwin
630-2409
[email protected]
President Elect
Krista Williams
777-8252
[email protected]
Secretary
JoAnna Rodriguez
834-0159
[email protected]
Treasurer
Melissa Perez
[email protected]
VP Communications
Liz Leifert
834-6633
[email protected]
Communications Chairperson
Cathy Bizzard
630-4596
[email protected]
VP Parent Services
Anne Cox
630-2640
[email protected]
Parent Services Chairperson
Mary Brennan
834-1064
[email protected]
VP School Services
Kristen Carpenter
381-3210
[email protected]
School Services Chairperson
Raquel Estus
834-1668
[email protected]
VP Faculty/Community Outreach
Frankie Lanausse
630-1985
[email protected]
Faculty/Community Outreach Chairperson
Martha Friedland
698-2952
[email protected]
VP Programs
Liam Robb-O’Hagan 310-435-1943
[email protected]
Programs Chairperson
Bonnie Lin
835-5478
[email protected]
VP Fundraising
Maria Franzese
698-2167
[email protected]
Fundraising Chairperson
Lisa Silva
843-2764
[email protected]
SEPTA
Emma Rooney
834-4170
[email protected]
Teacher Representatives
Susan Dinelli
[email protected]
Ellen Wollner
[email protected]
To report absence: 220-3250 or on website
Principal, 220-3401
Assistant Principal
Joanne Hindley
Karen Ruzzo
в– Central School Faculty
Pre-K
Kathy Rie
TBD
Kindergarten
Gloria Casiano
Jeannette Riccobono
Donna Russell
Kelly Ann Trombley
Grade 1
Maria Catalano
Jaime Perrotta/Suzanne Rich
Johanna Rosenberg
Mary Ann Walkin/Mary Conroy
Grade 2
Susan Dinelli
Stefan Kuczinski
Ellen Wollner
Grade 3
Jean James
Lucille Plati
Marilu Ragno
Grade 4
Eliabazeth Johnson/
Alexis Pirone
Anna Newman
Michele Seda
Grade 5
Cathy Gabel
Lauren Scharfstein/
Christine Sullivan
Ed Urso
в– Support Services
Art
Michelle Burton
Computer
Arnold Bencosme
ESL
Julia Gayduk Healey
Library/Media
Anne Corsetti
Jaclyn Povella
Math
Tammy Fisch - Math AIS
Mariana Ivanov - Math Coach
Music
Matthew Hilgenberg (band)
Kayo Matsushita (choir)
Katherine Sinsabaugh (orch)
Nurse, 220-3410
Vicky Ruggiero
Physical Education
Trevor Dimmie
Erika Krokus
John Savage
Psychologist
Jacqueline Fonseca-Elias
Frank LoCurto
Reading
Dana Forman
Maggie Hoddinott
Michele Marciano
Resource Room
TBD
Social Worker
Suehay Gonzalez
Speech
Susanna Franco
Lisa Kovac
Christine Riordan
Robin Prete
Rosemary Westermann
Custodians
Leam McEvoy, Head Custodian
David LaRusso
Patrick Leonard
Victor Quinones
CHATSWORTH
Forest Park Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538
Chatsworth School Staff
220-3500
в– PTA Executive Committee & Chairs
President
Kerry Roberts Sneyd 314-686-1366
[email protected]
President Elect
April Lewis
813-523-7566
[email protected]
Secretary
Moira O'Connell
693-4319
[email protected]
VP Finance
Colleen Baucom
917-733-3889
[email protected]
Treasurer
Dingdi Thomas
917-913-7201
[email protected]
SEPTA Representatives
Jodi Jamieson
450-4192
[email protected]
Lisa Collins
917-880-9565 [email protected]
VP Enrichment
Jill Breen
917-575-9713
[email protected]
VP Fundraising Events
Jackie Shurslep
650-468-3885
[email protected]
VP Fundraising Activities
Vivian Greenblatt
917-414-7587
[email protected]
VP Parent/School Services
Juliet Bailey
707-9777
Julietkbailey@btinternet.com
VP Reps/Communication
Tiffany Smith
917-804-0304
Smith10538@gmail.com
VP School/Community
Karen Hall
206-890-4395
Ka_in_nyc@hotmail.com
fax 220-3515
To report absence: 220-3250 or on website
Principal, 220-3501
Assistant Principal
Katie Andersen
Emily Macias-Capellan
в– Chatsworth School Faculty
Kindergarten
Noreen Borom
Bina Shevin
Liz Slade
Jennifer Solomon
Tara Turner
Grade 1
Sima Friedman
Francine Gerace
Mary Kate Glennon
Nell Plunkett
Bernadette Tyler
Grade 2
Renee Coscia
Genine DiFalco
Dana Hill
Stacy Howryletz
Kate Walsh
Grade 3
Janet Acobes
Jan Clery
Kimberly England
Tara Flahive
Kristin Ryan/
Mary Lou Ventarola
Grade 4
Anthony Forcinito
Alex Glass
Janna Masella
Maggie Nolan
Grade 5
Julia Aiello/Rachel Morse
Melissa Arena
Carolyn Clyne
Andrew Figueroa
Jodie Scozzafava
в– Support Services
Art
Chelly Vestal
ESL
Ana Vidal-Montes
Computer Lab
Henry Smith
Library
Laura Brune
Music
MaryAnn Raph (orch)
Denise Ruchala (band)
Amy Rosen (orch)
Erica Zimmerman
(choir/gen. music)
Nurse: 220-3510
Joy Overzat
Physical Education
Scott Gilberti
Renee Glickman
Pat Romano
TBD
Psychologist
Venessa Green-Davis
ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES
Reading
Denise Gleason
Cara Pezzo
Math
Stephanie Feinberg
AIS
Lisa Kmetz
Rachel Morse
Speech
Alice Cohen
Teaching Assistants
Diana Barbieri
Haydee Colon
Clerical
Lorraine Herman - Principal's Sec.
Donna Williams - Typist
Jackie Pavella - Library
Custodians
Kevin Kittle, Head Custodian
Mike Cotroneo
Steve DiPalma
Ney Garcia
MAMARONECK AVENUE
Mamaroneck Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY 10543
220-3601
fax 220-3615
Mamaroneck Avenue School Staff
To report absence: 220-3250 or on website
Principal, 220-3601
Assistant Principal
Carrie Amon
Alice Borsella
в– Mamaroneck Avenue School Faculty
в– PTA Executive Committee & Chairs
PTA President
Lynn Petruzzo
PTA President-Elect
Lisa Sommella
Secretary
Laurette Costa
Treasurer
Daniella Behpour
VP Communications
646-734-5637 lynnpetruzzo@hotmail.com
216-8076
lsommella625@yahoo.com
575-8314
kbjc379@yahoo.com
263-4752
gilndan22@optonline.net
VP Student Services
Ana Alegre
917-733-4917
VP of Cultural Arts
Jeanne Spano
224-4846
VP International Fair
Kathleen Gallaher
552-7249
VP Parent Services
Sarah Coady
588-2279
VP Fundraising
Flora Casterella
906-0914
VP Safety and Wellness
Ann Goode
917-860-0134
Grade 3
Kindergarten
Jennifer Cereola/
Audrey Bruno
Jennifer Wiesner
Mindy Friedman/
Juliana Sage - Dos Caminos K Kerri Fay
Iris Hernandez
Janet Knight
Mickey Mariash/
Juliana Sage
Lori Dressler
Bess Rathbone
Brett Sussman
Grade 1
Ken Taylor
Danielle Beshar/
Jeanette Jimenez - Dos Caminos 1 Lena Wicker
Carolyn Day
Grade 4
Meryl Elkin
Alison Ivler/
Jeannine Horan
Amanda Franco
Grade 2
Matthew Porricelli
Michelle Desjardin/
Debra Schrank
Christine Kenny
Ali Siotkas
Francesa Lilien
Barbara Wang
Shannon O'Donnell
Grade 5
Januari Pakrul
Alison Kelly/
Sabra Rivel
Stacey Magrone
Gloria Rodriquez
Christine Luciano
Colleen Melnyk
Donna Schore
TBD
Special Education
Janice Lancia
Antonia Sgueglia
в– Support Services
anasmileee@yahoo.com
jmspano@optonline.net
katndrewg5@gmail.com
sarahcoady@verizon.net
fcasterella@aol.com
acgoode@hotmail.com
Art
Kirsten Porto
ESL
Ann Mosquera
Natalia Ortega-Brown
Ali Ramos
Library/Media
Madeline Gilbert
Math
Ronit Eliav-Siles
Music
Steph Chinn (choir/gen.music)
Matthew Hilgenberg (band)
Katherine Sinsabaugh (orch)
Nurse, 220-3610
Madeline Lukas
Physical Education
Kari Cooke
Chris Kumrow
Jim Monaco
Psychologist
Julie Marconi
Reading
Dorene Hoyt
Susan MacMurdy
Sandra Sanzo
Jennifer Saul
Social Worker
Dina Reynoso
Speech
Amy Strekas
Angela Fazzolari
Alyssa Ternullo
Clerical
Patricia Campbell
Carmela Greaney
Carol Santini
Custodians
Mark Iannarelli, Head Custodian
Valentine Allen
Nick Fiorino
Richard Mingoia
MURRAY
Murray Avenue School Staff
Murray Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538
220-3700 fax 220-3715
в– PTA Executive Committee & Chairs
President
Anne Randall
President Elect
630-1729
annerandall@me.com
Treasurer
Courtney Steinberg
917-673-2033
cpf20@aol.com
Secretary
Elene Weis
834-0603
eleneweis@yahoo.com
SEPTA Reps
Donna Hyams
630-2326
dhyams@msn.com
Sandy Wu
834-3102
sandywu126@verizon.net
Teacher Representatives
Carol Moroney
cmoroney@mamkcshools.org
Tina Dolan
tdolan@mamkschools.org
VP Communictions
Laura Perry
630-1858 laura.maloney.perry@gmail.com
VP Faculty Relations
Julie Rogoff
833-8870
rogoffj@yahoo.com
VP Fundraising
Ann Shin
834-0722
annshin99@gmail.com
VP Parent Services
Melanie Kraut
630-4111
melkraut@aol.com
VP Student Programs
Anne McCarthy
834-2212
annemccarthy6@gmail.com
Chrystal Chambers
834-1121
chambers95@gmail.com
To report absence: 220-3250 or on website
Principal, 220-3701
Assistant Principal
Jennifer Monaco
Rebecca Mintiens
в– Murray Avenue School Faculty
Kindergarten
Allyse Bader
Linda Finn
Denise Geertgens
Christine Mozian
Rebekah Spano
Grade 1
Danielle DeLaurentis
Ann Marie Cerbone
Christine Dizenzo
Betsy Nolan
Jennifer Opas
Laura Santavicca
Grade 2
Tira Cirolia
Lauren Geertgens/
Kim Hickey
Joan Mazo
Jackie Scotto
Arelys Vieira
Grade 3
Audrey Goldenberg/
Gina Loughran
Anna Grippo
Bernadette Mannion
Maureen Montone
Grade 4
Sue Alexander
Melany Arminion/
Maryalice Pietropaolo
Kelly Brennan
Karin Harris
Carol Moroney
Grade 5
Tina Dolan
Colleen Melnyk
Michelle O'Connell
Leigh-Ann Pieragostini
Ethan Rivel
в– Support Services
Art
Aaron Stone
ESL
Reading
Linda DeLasho
Doreen Hoyt
Special Education
Cathy Mangieri
Eileen Murray
Library/Media
Pam Tanenbaum
Math
Stephanie Feinberg
Speech
Nurse: 220-3710
Michelle Pinkas
Storey West
Clerical
Music
Joseph Brady (gen. music/chorus)
Denise Ruchala (band)
Custodians
MaryAnn Raph (orch)
Luigi Liotta, Head Custodian
Amy Rosen (orch)
Donald Micalizzi
Physical Education
Rajmond Sejko
Craig Butler
Phil Smith
Kathleen Dwyer
Karl Zenie
Psychologist
Dara Lepofsky
HOMMOCKS
130 Hommocks Road, Larchmont, NY 10538
Hommocks Middle School Staff
220-3300
fax 220-3315
To report absence: 220-3350
в– PTA Executive Committee and Chairs
President
Kim Tucker
President Elect
Tina Maresca
Secretary
Cheryl Brause
Treasurer
Sally Willert
Assistant Treasurer
630-4516
kwtucker@aol.com
602-1614
tinamaresca@aol.com
654-0216
cherylbrause@me.com
834-1012
sallywillert@hotmail.com
VP Programming and Outreach
Molly Broaddus
834-7378
broaddus@optonline.net
Programming and Outreach Chairperson
Alex Leach
588-1448
alexleach2008@gmail.com
Communications Co-Chairperson
Lisa Samson
834-8658
lisa@thesamsons.com
Communications Co-Chairperson
Jackie Emmet
834-4711
emmet1@optonline.net
Cultural Arts Co-Chairperson
Barrie Sacks
381-0212
bsacks@cloud9.net
Cultural Arts Co-Chairperson
Susanne Vasquez Sheindlin834-2089
svasquezod@gmail.com
Diversity Co-Chairperson
Valentina Soto-Pinto 201-792-5329
valsoto@yahoo.com
Diversity Co-Chairperson
Lynne Murphy Rivera 917-862-1260
lmurphyrivera@gmail.com
VP Ways and Means
Karen Loga
327-1589
kloga3@gmail.com
Ways and Means Chairperson
Kathleen Gallaher
552-7249
katndrewg5@gmail.com
VP Events and Services
Sherry Thaler
834-8602
sherry@thethalers.net
Parent Events Co-Chairperson
Susan Chu
834-1892
susanchu820@gmail.com
Parent Events Co-Chairperson
Debbie Trepanier
834-9666
daht@optonline.net
Student Services Co-Chairperson
Erin Fuller
834-1495
4erinfuller@gmail.com
Student Services Co-Chairperson
SEPTA Representative
Debbie Trepanier
834-9666
SEPTA Representative
Cordelia Derhamer-Hill325-8132
Faculty Representative
Samantha Gutterman
daht@optonline.net
cdh.hommocks@gmail.com
sgutterman@mamkschools.org
Principal, 220-3301
Assistant Principal, 220-3305
Assistant Principal
Seth Weitzman, PhD
Nora Mazzone, PhD
Mark Barnett
в– Hommocks Middle School Faculty
в– Special and Support Services
Reading
Nicholas LaRosa
Kim Armogida
Kristina Martin
Nancy Capparelli
Jennifer Martinez
Courtney Jukic
Barbara Montalto
Stacey Peebles
Maura Morello Linkowski
Guidance, x 3320
Betsy Nunez
Ava Laera
Robyn Occhiogrosso
Timothy Nelson
Kathleen O’Rourke
Daneen Payne
Jane Piscitelli
Evan Stern
Colleen Sheridan
Stacie Tramontozzi
Haley Weber
Librarian
Clerical
Kelsey Cohen
Pattie Forte
Literacy Coach/Teacher
Suzanne Glavan
Lisa Ramos-Hillegers
Kathleen Gryzlo
Nurse: 220-3310
Barbara Paonessa
Jacqueline Sheppard
Teresa Silver
Lori Toppi
Carline Smith
Psychologist
Ellen Thompson
Celia Anon, x 3364
Margaret Vivolo
Kristen Arita x 3316
Custodians
Sandra Twomey x 4335
Michael Gajda, Head Custodian
Social Worker
Bernardino Caquis
Adonis Calderon, x3325
Hector Cornier
Speech
Ermengildo Daniele
Nancy Albertson
Alban Dreni
Special Education
Thomas Fazzino
Kathleen Pilla, Dept Co-Chair Jerry Gelardo
Maria Albano, Dept Co-Chair
John McDermott
Jeff Barnard
Max Pena
Tracy Coulson
Carlito Rivera
Kathryn Heyde
JosГ© Sanchez Jr.
Music
Art
Amanda Gundling
Maria Barajas
Janine de Nigris (orch)
Nancy Revich
Tom Jordan (band)
ESL
James Mullen (band)
Ann Mosquera
Andrew Sussman (orch)
Foreign Languages
Leon Whyte
Lori Perretto, Dept Chair
Physical Education/Health
Patricia Ball
Rich Becker
Gloria Chuang
William Byron
Denise DeSimone
Kathleen Degnan
Paula Jacoby
Cathleen Ferguson
Anne Kimball
Scott Gilberti
Tereza Mancuso
Nicholas Mangan
Chia Wei Satriano
Lauren Meyer
Family and Consumer Science
Julie Santoiemma
Betty Comerford
Science
Diane Nelson
Pauline Cardillo, Dept Chair
Language Arts
Carollyn Becker
Zandra Llanos, Dept Co-Chair
Debby Sampayo, Dept Co-Chair Stefan Birek
Erin Gajda
Tracie Castaldo
Steven Goldstein
Tara Chillemi
Shea MacDonald
Emily Craig
Deirdre McManus
Amy Estersohn
Lawrence Perretto
Susan Hein
Michael Sammartano
Loraine McCurdy-Little
Deanna Smyers
Sarah Malgioglio
Anthony Vitti
Lisa Manheim
Michael Wing
Bob Morrissey
Social Studies
Laura Murphy
Susan Chester, Dept Chair
Katie Nagrotsky
Richard Darcy
Mathematics
Susan Douglas
Lisa Gluckson, Dept Chair
Brian Duignan
Jeffrey Bahr
Joshua Kirsch
Carly Byrne
Kim Leary
Barbara Dean
Alyssa Mascaretti
Julie Duignan
John McCormick
Samantha Gutterman
Ann Savage
Blake Jacoby
Lea Schnetzer
Judith Keneally
Andrew Scopp
Joanne Mellia
Pedro Vega
Paul Swiatocha
Technology Education
Eric Werner
Grace Iarocci-Brew
Kristen Zirkel
Ronald Nobles
Media
Pedro Johnson
To report absence: 220-3150
MHS
MAMARONECK HIGH SCHOOL
1000 W. Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck, NY 10543
220-3100
в– Mamaroneck High School Faculty
Art, x 3225
Kevin Klein, Dept Chair
Gwynne Bettencourt (photo)
Michael Dollar
Emily Dombroff
Don Keene
Adam Rizzuti
Rob Rainaldi
Joe Toombs
Science, x 3170
Jerome Schmidt, PhD, Dept Chair
Sophia Andrews
Karina Fabbie
Elena Filippova, PhD
English, x 3175
Guido Garbarino
Margaret Groninger, Dept Chair
Gina Garraffo
Darren Bosch
Doron Markus
Kate Devlin
Miriam Murphy
Elena Elmoznino
Edmundo Nunes
Maria Fairbairn
Shannon O'Donnel
Justin Gray
Cathy O’Reilly
Mary Beth Jordan
Vibha Palekar
Benjamin Levy
Barbara Paonessa
Waldina Pineda
Amary Seck
Jeffrey Queen
Alejandro Victoria
Aaron Shansky
Carmen Yonkler
James Short
Social Studies, x 3180
Juliana Zalon
Craig Goldberg, Dept Chair
ESL
Jill Ammerata
Mary Cronin
Ruth Layne
Jesse Dancy
Foreign Languages, x 3145
Holly Filardi
Carolina AcevedoPeter Green
Rackoff, Dept Chair
Melissa Katz
John Antosca
Caren Lee
Olivia Bridges
Joseph Liberti
Andrew Chabot
David Lindeman
Leslie Cruz
Caroline Scudder
Antoinette Diaz
Adam Sobel
Michelle Liu
Shannon Turner-Porter
Doly Lugo
TV & Video Production, x 3220
Ana Maria Rua Kahn
Emily Dombroff
Monica Silva-Lisa
Family and Consumer Science, x
Yuan Zhao
3220
Health
Samantha Billig
Kathleen Degnan
Diane Nelson
Vincent Minotti
Technology Education
Mathematics, x 3155
Christopher Brady
Maria Michelsson, Dept Chair
Jigar Jadav
Matthew Alonge
Craig Romanek
Taryn Delaney
Special Education, x 3185
Anthony DeRosa
Lindsay Fleming, Dept Chair
Kevin Farrell
Ron Blain
Isabel Fullon
Danielle Cimaglia
Kathleen Henry
Danielle DeLeo
Tiffany Murnan
Kristen DeRienzo
Kathryn O'Donoghue
Allison Faziio
Heather Rinaldi
Susanne Flatley
Therese Valdez
Alexa Gosin
Heather Whalen
Mara Hesh
James T. Zervas
Carmen Marriello
Music, x 3140
Sara McGuiness
Dina Madden, K-12 Director & Choir
Marni Ross
Elyse Gellert (orch)
Ann Rushe
Tim Hooker (band)
Jessica Swart
PACE (Performing Arts Curriculum
Cara Viggiano
Experience)
Michele Viviano
Zachary Moore (drama), x 3235
APPLE (A Place People Learn
Allison Parsley (dance), x 3235
Excellence), x 3240
William Derby (music), x 3235
Linda Sherwood, Coordinator
Physical Education, x 3160
Kimberly Caporaso, Science
Erin Byron
Theodore J. Hild, Math
Michael Chiapparelli
Erin Ramirez, English
Danielle Panaro
Cody Blume, Social Studies
Mamaroneck High School Staff
Principal, x 3105
Assistant Principal, x 3215
Assistant Principal, x 3211
Assistant Principal, x 3213
fax 220-3115
Elizabeth Clain
Stephen J. Frasene
Mario Washington
Michael Joseph Mercanti-Anthony
If an extension begins with a "3" you may call it directly
using "220" exchange. Otherwise call 220-3100.
в– Special and Support Services
в– PTSA Executive Committee & Chairs
Drug and Alcohol/Social Worker
Helene Fremder, x 3189
Zoe Ruiz, x 3036
Financial Aid
Marcia Burkett, x 3200
Guidance Counselors
Cathy Quackenbush, x 3125
Coordinator
Laura Mascoli, x 3039
(transition counselor)
Robert Adams, x 3123
Anne Bates, x 3132
Gregory Cuddy, x 3130
Marcia Genwright, x 3136
Jaime Holzer, x 3133
Laura Kearon, x 3126
Lainie Lichtenstein, x 3131
Robert Schwartz, x 3127
College Info Center, x 3201
Library/Media, x 3195
Kristina Pantginis
Nurses, x 3110
Maureen Crean
Psychologists
Kelly Carrillo, x 3245
Jolita Gudaitis, x 3205
Lilia Ramos-Dries, x 3164
Reading
Waldina Pineda, x 5054
Coordinator of Student Activities
President
Rina Beder
833-9837
rbeder@cloud9.net
President-elect
Joan Capaldi
834-2142
djcapaldi@msn.com
Secretary
Sally Cantwell
834-0133
sally.cantwell@pobox.com
Treasurer
Lisa Sommer
834-7618
lgsommer@optonline.net
Student Representatives
Ben Morris and Emma Dillon
Teacher Representatives
Allison Parsley
aparsley@mamkschools.org
Sophia Andrews
sandrews@mamkschools.org
SEPTA Representatives
Cecilia Absher
833-3109
cecilia.absher1@gmail.com
Michelle Gavens
833-3908
mgavens@me.com
VP Diversity
Senia Eugenio
575-7170
seniaeugenio@hotmail.com
VP Events Coordinator
Jenny Ransom
698-4960
esransom@yahoo.com
VP Fundraising
Chris Hofstedt
834-7212
hofstedt@verizon.net
VP Merchandise
Karen Regan
834-2756
krnregan@gmail.com
VP Communications (Tiger Bytes)
Robin Golden
833-0542
rgrg@aol.com
VP Publicity
Laurie Lee
833-1277
larchmontlee@gmail.com
Website
Lori Herbsman
833-5831
lherbsman@hotmail.com
Barrie Sacks
381-0212
barrie.sacks@gmail.com
VP Student Services (SAT/ACT Prep and Mock Tests, Days of Service, Senior
Option)
Beth Mullaney
VP Programs
Kathy Helms
Directory
Andrea Barbalich
Janine Steely
833-0453
mullaneybk@aol.com
834-1916 larchmontkathy@hotmail.com
834-2360
834-2301
abarbalich@gmail.com
janine@skyad.com
в– Other School Organizations/Committees
College Info Center
R.A.D.A.R.
Youth Employment
Service (YES)
APPLE Program
Nancy Gardiner
Janet Buchbinder
833-2261
834-6041
Sudeshna Banks
Dorothy Dalbon
Carmen Martinez
220-3188
834-0960
630-2461
Youth Services
Keith Yizar, x 4107
Custodians
Michael Turturro, Head, Palmer
Danny Genova, Head, Post
Richard Aloise
Joey Bonito
Ruben Gonzalez
Antonio Hernandez
Rachel Hilgert
Robert Ludwiczak
Mauricio Mauricio
Matthew Micalizzi
Renford McIntosh
Michael Micalizzi
Dominick Palermiti
Khayyam Ponticello
Fred Reale
Michael Sacerdoteo
Clerical
APPLE:
Virginia Petrillo
ATHLETIC OFFICE:
Daniela Gerardi
ATTENDANCE:
Linda Bouchard
COUNSELING DEPT:
Lisa Ferraro
ENGLISH:
Rosemarie Sheridan
LIBRARY:
Maria Phillips
MATH/SCIENCE:
Carol Carbone
SOCIAL STUDIES:
Rosemarie Sheridan
SPECIAL ED:
Caterina Di Benedetto
PRINCIPAL:
Christine Coppola
Gina Tarascio
ASST PRINCIPALS:
Joanne Casterella
Giovanna Mascoli
BOARD MEETINGS
Board of Education meetings, with the exception of
executive sessions, are open to the public. The Board
the month is usually a work session. The second monthly
Tuesday of the month. The community is invited to sign
are posted on the website or available from the district
clerk at 220-3007. All meetings begin at 7:30pm and are
in the high school’s Tiered Classroom (N104). Regularly
scheduled meetings are listed in this calendar.
Individuals may make an appointment to talk informally
Board meetings by appointment. Just call the district clerk,
220-3007, for an appointment. Additionally feel free to write
or call any board member.
OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS
Food Service Company
Center for Continuing Education
KEEPS
The Children’s Corner
YES (Youth Employment Service)
Mamaroneck Schools Foundation
R.A.D.A.R.
220-4390
698-9126
698-5632
834-0022
220-3188
698-9079
834-6041
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN HOME AND
SCHOOL
Ongoing communication between parent and the schools
often helps to solve problems before they become serious,
and to validate or dispel rumors. Please do not hesitate to
to the situation. If unable to help you, that person will refer
you to the correct individual.
If you have a general question and don’t know who
to ask:
If your child has a problem in class:
As much as possible, let your child handle it.
2. If necessary, in high school, speak to the department
chair, then guidance counselor. If the problem is not
resolved, speak to the administrator (principal or
assistant principal), who oversees the subject area.
In elementary and middle school, speak to the principal.
3. Speak to the Assistant Superintendent most directly
involved in overseeing the particular issue.
4. As a last step, contact the Superintendent.
If you wonder about instruction, materials, program,
operations:
1. Speak to the teacher.
2. If unresolved, speak to the principal.
3. If necessary, write to the superintendent.
If you have a question about transportation, call the
bus garage at 220-3390.
2014-2015 CALENDAR KEY
These abbreviations have been used in the calendar:
Central School
CEN
Chatsworth School
CHAT
Mamaroneck Avenue School
MAS
Murray Avenue School
MUR
Hommocks School
HOM
Mamaroneck High School
MHS
Post Road Building
Post
Palmer Avenue Building
Palmer
Tiered Classroom in New Addition
N104 & N204
Auditorium
Aud
Breakfast
Bkfst
Cafeteria
Caf
Classroom
Clsm
Discussion
Disc
Elections
Elctns
Elementary
Elem
Grade
Gr
Installation
Instl
International
Int’l
Junior
Jun
Kindergarten
Kdgn
Library
Lib
Meeting
Mtg
Nominations
Noms
Orchestra
Orch
Orientation
Orntn
Parent Teacher Association
PTA
Registration
Reg
Rehearsal
Rhsl
Room
Rm
School
Schl
School Board
Bd
Session
Sess
Superintendent
Supt
Special Education
Sp Ed
Special Education Parent
Teacher Association
SEPTA
Volunteers
Vols
MAKE-UP DAYS
If one or two snow days/emergency closings occur during the
school year, there will be no school on the two designated
make-up days. If three snow days/emergency closings occur
during the school year, school will be in session on April 6,
2015. If four snow days/emergency closings occur, school will
emergency closings occur during the school year, vacation/
holiday periods will be rescheduled.
Calendar published and mailed in partnership with
Mamaroneck School District and all school PTA’s.
Mamaroneck Public Schools
Board of Education Office
Post Road Building of High School
Mamaroneck, New York 10543
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