Transportation Lawsuit Against District Dropped: Judge Denies Petitioners' Request for a Stay -- Statement from Mamk Schools Aug. 11, 2014 Read more...

Click here for a summary of the Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security

Read info re: the National School Lunch Program if you think your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals. 


Summer Registration Info -- Registration for Mamaroneck UFSD will be administered from July 28 - August 22, 2014 in the Superintendent’s Office, first floor of the Mamaroneck High School - Post Side.  The Summer Registrar will be available from 8:30 a.m. – Noon and 1 – 3 pm.  August 25, 2014, registration will be processed in the individual school buildings. 

Moody's Continues to Assign Aaa Rating to Mamk Schools


District Welcomes Three New Elementary APs

2014-2015 Proposed District Budget passes overwhelmingly by 78%.  Thank you to all community members for your involvement in this year's budget process.  Click here for official budget results.

Current AP to be Named Central School Principal

Coach Chap Captures 500th Mamk Varsity Baseball Win

Mamk students win top awards at local film festivals Read more...

Mamaroneck Schools Gear Up for STEM-tastic Saturday May 3 Read more...

Computer Science Students Prep for FBLA Competition

7 MHS Original Science Research Students Win Top Awards at West.-Rockland Symposium Read more...

MHS Grads Tell How 3rd Grade Lesson on Africa/Neglected Diseases Impacted Them Read more...

AP Government Students Apply Class Work to Real World Politics Read more...

Re-Defining Teaching & Learning Through Technology. Watch LMC-TV show hosted by Supt. Dr. Shaps

For Highlights/Recap of Oct. 28th Community Conversation on the Future of Mamk Public Schools, click here.

MHS Student Named Regional Finalist in Siemens Math, Science, Technology Competition Read more...

Superintendent's Blog

Doing, Making, Creating at Co-Op Camp As part of this summer’s Co-Op camp at the elementary level, 5th graders, as well as a portion of 4th graders participated in an all-new science curriculum created by Co-Op Camp Science Instructor Carol Ann DelJuidice.  Campers, featured above, studied rocketry design by visiting various websites such as PBS Kids Design Squad and NASA’s website.  They learned about water rocketry and how the design of a rocket impacts aerodynamics and speed and looked at air pressure and how that weighs in.  Each camper was involved in the entire design process from start to finish, drawing prototypes of their rockets, brainstorming with others, building the rockets out of basic household items (bottles, cardboard/paper, Styrofoam and duct tape) and then launching them.  Great stuff!  

August 22, 2014

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I hope the delightful summer weather afforded you a range of interesting options for family time, relaxation, and of course learning! I am pleased to say that we made great strides on many fronts in preparation for the start of another school year. Most visible is the soon-to-be completed capital work at Chatsworth, MAS, and MHS. Students and staff will certainly appreciate new plumbing and electrical systems that underscore our commitment to optimize the learning environment. On a similar note, our effort to redesign the District IT Server/Technology Room will support the use of technology as a critical resource for teaching and learning. Given the challenge of completing large-scale capital improvements in short order, we sometimes face difficult situations. To this end, it appears that completion of the Murray stairs project will continue into the fall. However, we are confident that ongoing project work will not impact learning or safety at Murray Avenue. Continuing our efforts to improve school safety, we are installing new security cameras at MHS and swipe card door systems at all schools to further limit access before and after school. Under the category of small improvements, I hope the new District website design will make it easier to access information and learn what is happening in our schools.

From a strategic perspective, the summer months are critical to ensure a successful school year as the Board of Education and administration focus on identifying “big picture” goals for our school system and plan for new and continuing initiatives. Our primary focus is to create the conditions that support student engagement and achievement, promote a positive school climate, prepare students for college and careers, keep the District on sound financial footing, and engage the full community in the daily life of schools. As strengthening and improving a school district is directly correlated with active participation and valued feedback by stakeholders, we will continue to use a variety of resources to seek opinions from students, staff, parents, and community members on how we can improve our public system. On this note, during the fall we will report on the findings of our high school student engagement and community engagement surveys.


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District-Wide Events

Wednesday, August 27
HOM Summer Clearance-ALL SPORTS/Nurse's Office
8:00 am-10:00 am
Monday, September 1
Labor Day -- Schools Closed

Tuesday, September 2
HOM PTA School Welcome Tours
HOM Summer Clearance-ALL SPORTS/Nurse's Office
1:00-3:00 pm
Schl Bd Mtg/MHS Tiered Clsm
7:30 pm
Superintendent's Conference Day -- Students Do Not Attend