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  • Update on School District Water Testing

    Dear Families,

    Please see attached letter from Dr. Osborne outlining the latest water testing results for district schools.

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  • Strategic Roadmap Presentation

    Presented to Board of Education - October 5, 2016

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Seeking Public Input on the District’s Strategic Roadmap

    The Board of Education is developing an action plan that will guide the implementation of the District’s Strategic Roadmap. We seek your input on the draft plan, provided below in both English and Spanish.

    One avenue for input is to email your comments to All comments received by September 30th will be reviewed by each Board member before the October 5th Board of Education meeting.

    Prior to that meeting, there will a presentation detailing the plan’s strategic objectives. Following the presentation, a public input session will be held to provide stakeholders with an additional way to make suggestions.

    We encourage you to be a part of this collaborative process by emailing your comments or taking part in the public input session.

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Department of Health - Review of Latest Battery of Water Reports & Press Release

    Please see attached letter from Superintendent Osborne regarding latest water testing results and associated press release.

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Health & Safety

    Please click here for Health & Safety information, which includes the Lead in Schools water reports.

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  • Sign Up for CSDNR NEWS

    Register here to sign up for the 2x weekly CSDNR News.

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  • 2016-2017 School Calendar

    Please see attached for the 2016-2017 School Calendar.

    City School District of New Rochelle

    New Immunization Requirements for School Entry for 2016-17 Grades 7 and 12. Please see attached for more information.

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Bullying National Prevention Month

  Please wear the color ORANGE on Wednesday, October 19th to take a stand against bullying! 

 OUR SCHOOL PLEDGE: Together we will make a commitment to take a stand against bullying.  We will treat others with respect and kindness.  We will have the compassion to not bully and the courage to not be a bystander.  It is our responsibility to help others being bullied and to report bullying.

October is Bullying Prevention Month.  During this month, students learn about the definition of bullying and they learn to work together to take a stand against bullying. Bullying is when someone repeatedly and on purpose says or does mean or hurtful things to another person who has a hard time defending himself or herself. You know its bullying when it is done on purpose, it happens over and over again and the bully is bigger and/or older than you. Bullies use unkind words to hurt your feelings, they sometimes use their hands and feet to hurt you, they may seclude you from a group, and some even use computers or phones to send you hurtful messages. If you know someone who is being bullied, it’s important for you to tell an adult at school and an adult at home. 


School Spirit Week! Oct 25th - 31st

 Click on the "Read More" button to view the schedule

Schedule   Day    Wear
Tuesday, October 25th        Favorite Team Logo Day (Shirts, pants)
    Wednesday, October 26th        Crazy Hat Day/Met Day
        Thursday, October 27th         Inside Out
     Friday, October 28th                Pajama Day
   Monday, October 31st   

Halloween Costume Day

K-2 Parade 9:30am Courtyard









Oct 28 - Fall Festival

Oct 21 - Inclusive After School Program

2016- 2017 Half Day Schedule


Sept. 7 - 11:40

Sept. 26 - 11:10

Oct. 19 - 11:10

Nov. 28 - 11:10

Dec. 12 - 11:40

Dec. 19 - 11:40

Jan. 9 - 11:10

March 6 - 11:40

June 12 - 11:40

June 21 - 11:40

June 22 - 11:40

June 23 - 11:40

Our Mission/Vision

          We need to live with ourselves, our neighbors and all members of the international community; we believe that education must help individuals know themselves, understand their world, and believe in cooperation and mutual respect. It is important that our students examine and appreciate their own characters, that they be open and sensitive to the relationships with others and that they learn to demonstrate an active concern for their neighborhoods and for the world at large. Such goals are both ambitious and vital; we must each aim at them through a lifetime of learning and growth. To help students love learning, so they can happily undertake such a life, we must foster a concern with why, and not just what, they are learning. We are committed to the belief that learning to know ourselves deeply, care about others, and accept education as a never-ending process occurs best when we are held responsible for our actions yet feel secure enough to take risks. We, therefore, aim to be challenging and demanding, yet nurturing and individualized.

       Our philosophy is based on the needs and characteristics of our students and staff. We focus on meeting the special needs and interests of all students. Along with a solid academic background, there are several important traits which we hope our students will develop. These include a love of learning, a positive self-image and a sense of personal responsibility. We hope that in all ways, we as an elementary school, will be characterized by cooperation, caring and an open sharing of ideas and feelings. Always the assumption in our concept at Trinity is that each student is special and that all students are capable of learning.