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RHMSRiverhead Middle School

 

600 Harrison Avenue
Riverhead, NY 11901
Telephone: 631.369.6759
Fax: 631.369.6829

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Principal: Stephen Hudson           Assistant Principal: Paul Hewitt
                                       

New Dismissal Procedures (English & Spanish)

 

Riverhead Middle School has approximately 800 students in grades 7 and 8. There are 110 professional staff. Coming soon Back to School Night Booklet for all kinds of helpful information about the MS (i.e., Clubs, Phone Numbers, Course Guide, Extra Help Guide, etc.).

RMS has a culturally diverse student population, with a teaching staff of seasoned veterans and young professionals.

  • Parents are encouraged to contact teachers on the team concerning their child's learning needs. In addition, there is a strong anti-bullying emphasis.

The MS has a full range of academic and extra-curricular offerings and a proud tradition of excellence in both. The school has a strong cultural arts and music program and a variety of afterschool clubs, athletic teams, Middle Masques Drama Club and an outstanding Latin Club.

During the school year --

All parent pick up and student drop off will take place in the rear of the building at arrival and dismissal times.

Parents will no longer have access to front loop at those times …

Current News

Teacher Earns Fellows Scholarship

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Riverhead Central School District music teacher Annette Brewer has been named a recipient of a 2019 AP Summer Institute Fellows Scholarship.

The $1,000 scholarship will provide Brewer with an opportunity to attend the AP Summer Institute, which aims to equip teachers with tools to reach students who have traditionally been underrepresented in AP courses. The institute will also provide information on College Board changes to the AP Music Theory curriculum, resources, and progress-checking tools to support students’ understanding of college-level content and skills. 

“I am honored to have been selected to attend,” said Brewer. 

Brewer has been teaching AP Music Theory at Riverhead High School for the past ten years and been employed by the district since 1990. She also instructs the eighth grade band at the middle school and conducts the middle school wind ensemble. 

“This is a wonderful opportunity,” said Director of Fine Arts Lauren Lewonka. “It will help Mrs. Brewer re-energize the high school music theory program and enhance her knowledge so she can guide our students toward success in the AP Music Theory classroom.”
 

 

A Performance Aboard the Intrepid

A Performance Aboard the Intrepid photo
Riverhead Middle School student-musicians performed aboard the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier in New York City on April 17. The 100 young musicians were assembled from the school’s wind ensemble, directed by Annette Brewer; the chamber orchestra, directed by Regan Burns; the show choir, directed by Nadine Greenberg; and the jazz band, directed by Chrystal Crespo. After delighting onlookers with their performance, the students explored the Intrepid, toured the USS Growler submarine and learned about life as an astronaut aboard the space shuttle Enterprise.  
 

STEM Poster Winner

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Riverhead Middle School eighth grader Meghan Rodriquez took first place in the Long Island STEM Diversity Summit held recently at Farmingdale State College. To earn the honor, Rodriquez created a research exhibit related to germs and cleaners. The Riverhead Central School District congratulates her on a job well-done.
 

Inspiring Young Men

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To provide male students in the Riverhead Central School District with positive male role models, Superintendent Dr. Aurelia Henriquez hosted a Superintendent’s Circle, “Young Men on the Rise,” on April 18 at Riverhead High School.  

During the event, male students from Riverhead High School, Riverhead Middle School and Pulaski Street Elementary School heard from several prominent male community members, including Suffolk County Sheriff Errol Toulon Jr.; Luis Vazquez, president of the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Marcial Gallimore, president and CEO of Transformative Educational Development Services; Riverhead High School social worker Antonio Diaz; and Riverhead Middle School teacher Darren Dunn. 

Each of the speakers inspired the students to think about their futures and persevere despite adversity. Students were also encouraged to ask questions and speak their minds.

Computing Students Visit Brookhaven National Lab

Computing Students Visit Brookhaven National Lab photo

Middle school, high school and Pulaski Street Elementary School students in the Riverhead Central School District’s Scientific Computing program toured Brookhaven National Laboratory on March 27 to see how computing skills are applied in the real world. During the tour, led by educational programs administrator Scott Bronson, the students learned about internship opportunities at the lab and visited the Northeast Solar Energy Resource Center and National Synchrotron Light Source II. As part of the district program, the students work with BNL technology architect David Biersach on a weekly basis to improve their scientific computing skills.

 

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