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Riverhead Middle School Website



2020-2021 Picture Day Schedule 

2020-2021 Picture Day Order Form

8th Grade Virtual Moving Up

Virtual National Junior Honor Society Induction

Students of the Week

RCSD Instructional Plan

RHMS Physical Education Video

School Messenger Spring Update


Online Supplemental Resources for Students and Families

We Miss You Video


600 Harrison Avenue
Riverhead, NY 11901
Telephone: 631.369.6759
Fax: 631.369.6829
Grades: 7-8

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Principal: Stephen Hudson           Assistant Principal: Jeannine Campbell
Director of Security: Terry Culhane

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

Riverhead Launches My Brother’s Keeper Program

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Riverhead Middle School is proud to announce that it is now hosting a new My Brother’s Keeper program every Wednesday morning through the month of May thanks to a grant provided by the New York State Education Department.

The initiative, inaugurated in 2014 by President Barack Obama, aims to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color and ensure that all young people can reach their full potential.

Using the grant, the middle school has partnered with Stony Brook University to provide activities for the My Brother’s Keeper program, including HSTEM activities. Teacher facilitators will tap into student interests that are not typically explored in their general core classes. The school is also planning a speaker series as part of the community partnership component of the initiative. Speakers will be sharing their journeys, insights and wisdom with selected students.

Additionally, the program will provide a Career and Technical Education Explorations component after school in May and June. A variety of opportunities will be available for students to explore, including barbering, HVAC, automotive technology, culinary arts and other practical employment skills.

“We are so excited and proud to be providing this opportunity for our students,” said Assistant Principal Jeannine Campbell.

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