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Daniel Warren Elementary School

1310 Harrison Avenue,
Mamaroneck, NY 10543


Tara Goldberg
Principal
(914) 777-4200
tgoldberg@ryeneck.org

Fax No. (914) 777-4201

Announcements

June 2018 Principal's Letter

Spring 2018 Traffic Letter

2018-2019 School Supply List

Kindergarten Flag Day Information

Dismissal Procedures and Assignments


Daniel Warren 2017-2018 School Supply Lists


INCOMING KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION SEPT. 2018 

Registration Information Letter

We are beginning to plan for our incoming class of Kindergartners for September of 2018.  In order to make all the necessary projections and accommodations, we need to know whether you have a child who will attend Kindergarten at Daniel Warren.  Any child born on or before December 1, 2013 and living in the Rye Neck School District is eligible to enter Kindergarten at Daniel Warren in September of 2018.

If your child is eligible to attend Kindergarten in the Rye Neck School District in September of 2018, Registration documents are available on the Student Registration page of the RN website. 

If you have any questions, call or email Debbie Hutchinson at (777-4202) or dhutchinson@ryeneck.org

Healthy Snack and Birthday Celebration Snack Guidelines


Please visit our 
Nurse/Health Services page for health requirements and forms. (Please note that there are new health requirements for 2017-18.)

 
Volunteer Letter and Application

You must complete an application each year. You only need to complete ONE form regardless of the number of children you have in the district.

 

News


Field Day Brings Together Daniel Warren Students, Teachers

Students at Daniel Warren Elementary School worked together in a number of team-building activities and physical challenges during their annual Field Days on June 11 for first-graders, June 14 for kindergartners and June 19 for second-graders.

When visiting, the first-graders participated in a variety of stations, including dripping cup relay, water balloon popping, beachball volleyball and a number of obstacle courses and races. The activities served as an opportunity to bring together students and teachers for a fun event at the end of the school year. 

Field Days were made possible thanks to PTSA members, who helped organize the events. 

 


Art Show Celebrates Students’ Creativity

Kindergarten through fifth-grade students showcased their best artwork during the annual art show, held at F.E. Bellows Elementary School from May 8-10. Under the direction of art teachers Trisha Appel and Dara Goodman, the art show featured one project from each student.

“This year we focused on a pop-art theme and students in each grade level created at least one project based on the art movement and different pop artists like Andy Warhol and Keith Haring,” Appel said. “The projects were inspired by artists, art movements, global cultures, use of different techniques and media while focusing on the elements and principles of art and design.” 

Kindergartners created colorful flower collages, while second-graders created soup cans inspired by Andy Warhol. Meanwhile, first- and fourth-graders created artwork inspired by Peter Max, and third-graders worked on clay figure artworks, which were inspired by Keith Haring. Fifth-graders drew inspiration from Romero Britto – who painted the “Mona Cat” as a cat dressed in the same Renaissance attire as the Mona Lisa  – to create their own versions.  

Through their art projects, the students were able to express their creativity and learn about new artists while developing their skills in different media and techniques. In addition to the art exhibit, Appel and Goodman created an interactive and hands-on experience for the students, who were encouraged to complete different worksheets with word searches of the artists’ names, color in different images and participate in a scavenger hunt to find their artworks throughout the show.