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Kindergarten Registration for the 2021-2022 School Year

Kindergarten Registration for the 2021-2022 School Year

Kindergarten registration for the 2021-2022 school year will begin in March. Children turning five years old on or before December 1, 2021 are eligible for kindergarten. Registration will be virtual only during at this time.

If you have a child who will be entering kindergarten in September 2021. please complete the online form below by Friday, February 12, 2021. You must register even if you are already enrolled in a district pre-school program or UPK.

We appreciate your cooperation in preparing for the next school year. If you have any questions, please contact the Central Registration Office at 744-1600, Ext. 7244 between the hours of 9:30 AM and 12:30 PM daily.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

BOE Meeting - Monday March 15--Executive Session – 6 pm; Budget Workshop & Public Session – 7pm

In conjunction with Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order, gatherings are limited to no more than fifty (50) people in regions that have reached Phase Four of reopening, so long as appropriate social distancing and face covering requirements are followed. Attendance at these meetings are on a first-come, first-serve basis.  

BOE Exec Session
March 15, 2021 @ 6 PM

Budget Workshop & BOE Meeting
March 15, 2021 @ 7 PM
HS Auditorium

Rocky Point’s Newest Author!

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Many people have difficulties relaxing or calming down, and according to Rocky Point School District’s Mrs. Krista Legge, we all just need to find our own “comfy spot” that helps us. This is the message in her newly published children’s book, “The Comfy Spot.”

Mrs. Legge, who works with Rocky Point teachers and parents to support students with Individual Educational Plans as an assistant director of pupil personnel services, was inspired by her 9-year-old daughter who had some trouble getting to sleep at night.

“We worked on [the book] together to bring it to life,” she said of the story of Keira, a brave and curious child, who likes riding on her skateboard and practicing karate at her dojo. The character frequently needs assistance to have a good night of sleep and has a special spot to keep her quiet and rested. The story continues with Keira working out her troubles falling asleep. Targeted to children from ages 4-10 and colorfully illustrated by Italy-based Monica Nicolosi, the story mirrors some of Mrs. Legge’s goals for Rocky Point students as well.

“I believe I inspire by helping train our staff and support our students in receiving the services they need to be independent and successful,” Mrs. Legge said.

Mrs. Legge has a second book, “The Strings Make Music,” that will be released in early 2022. Her new book incorporates music and art for children.

Magical Music to Start the Day!

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Motivation is what gets you started, commitment is what keeps you going. This powerful mantra, used by Rocky Point Middle School music teacher Mrs. Meghan Walter to inspire her students, certainly allows them to brings a positive attitude and their exceptional abilities to their performances.

Twice per week, on Tuesday and Friday mornings, eighth grade orchestra students Cecelia Albertina, Abigail Culley, Sebastian Garske, Christos Giannakos, Brianna Henke, Mia Johnson, Emelina Leccese, Maya MacCarthy, Julia Matthews, Sandra Netburn, Sarah O'Brien, Caiden Palank, Zen Pinkenburg, Fiona Vu and Elif Yilmaz practice and perform music for their teachers and peers in the main lobby of the school.

“It is a great way to spread music, a small sense of comfort and a happy beginning to everyone’s day,” Assistant Principal Mrs. Dawn Meyers said. “The students in the class very much look forward to this activity, and it has helped them become comfortable with performing in front of others.”

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