Siragusa News


Please be advised that class assignments for the 2015-2016 semester have been mailed to your homes.  Families should anticipate them arriving during the week of August 24th.

SCHOOL SUPPLIES for 2015-2016

class supplies 2015-2016.pdf


Please join us for the School Bus safety and School Orientation Program. View the attachment for specific details.


2015 First Time Riders.pdf


I hope that all students have a safe, restful, fun summer.  Please be sure to devote some time to the district's summer reading initiative. There is an assignment related to the required summer reading and will be addressed when we return from vacation (this information is also posted on our school web site). In addition, I strongly encourage students to read, keep a daily journal and practice their mathematics facts.

All students will report to school on Wednesday, September 2nd (Half Day).  Enjoy the vacation!


Student Showcase

Resources to Support Summertime Learning 2015

Resources to Support Summertime Learning 2015.pdf
In preparation for next year's achievement in language arts, your child is required to read four books from the Summer Reading List (sent home with students and available on by September 2015.  Each of the books on the list is available at libraries or bookstores.  Your child is expected to write a short description of their favorite part of the story for each book chosen.
Teachers will be collecting the summer reading assignment in September.  Each book and activity completed will count toward your child's goal of reading 25 books for the next school year.
Your cooperation in our effort to further your child's success is always appreciated
Yonkers Public Schools A Vibrant Community of Learners (2).url

A Message from the Principal

Welcome to our exemplary school. We are an authorized International Baccalaureate World School that implements the Primary Years Programme. Our IB curriculum focuses upon broad topics that can be applied internationally. We celebrate our diverse student population and the many cultures that are reflected in our school. Students are encouraged to inquire, investigate, and explore as they learn about the world around them. Character development is a pivotal component of our programme. Community service is advanced throughout the grade levels. Student reflection is promoted through the use of homework and reflection journals. Students are expected to think about their learning and how they learn. We strive to provide an enlightening, engaging, stimulating, and challenging experience for all our students.

Instructional Assignment

Dear Parents/ Guardians: 
The New York State Education Department requires in the area of Language Arts that students read a minimum of 25 books or their equivalent per year across all content areas.  Therefore, we encourage students to READ!
Please be sure you have a CURRENT public library card.  If you need an application, inquire in the main office.


Global News

The goal of the Dignity for All Students Act is to provide ALL New York State public school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting harassment, and bullying on school property and/or at a school function.

Rosemarie Ann Siragusa School
Dignity Act Coordinator is:
Anthony Cioffi
(914) 376-8570

Yonkers Public Schools News

Back-to-School Toolit

Yonkers Council of PTSA

Link to budget information

Link to the archive of Yonkers Board of Education Meeting WebCasts and Agendas

Yonkers Partners in Education

Library Resources

Yonkers Quick Links

Yonkers Online Academy

Our Mission Statement:
The Rosemarie Ann Siragusa School is dedicated to facilitating our journey toward becoming knowledgeable, inquiring, committed learners. Our supportive environment encourages responsible risk-taking and reflection. Through collaboration among our school, local, national and global communities, we will be inspired to become active, principled, open-minded, and caring citizens of the world.

Upcoming Events

Monday, August 31
Teaching Assistant Professional Development
Tuesday, September 1
Superintendent's Conference Day
Wednesday, September 2
First Day of School K-12 Only - Half Day (No School for PreK)

Dismissal Times:

    7:35AM Start - Dismiss at 11:00AM
    8:35AM Start - Dismiss at 12:00PM


    7:45AM Start - Dismiss at 11:00AM

Breakfast Served
No Lunch

Thursday, September 3
Half Day for K-12 (No School for PreK)

Dismissal Times:

    7:35AM Start - Dismiss at 11:00AM
    8:35AM Start - Dismiss at 12:00PM


    7:45AM Start - Dismiss at 11:00AM

Breakfast Served
No Lunch

Friday, September 4
Full Day for K-12 (No School for PreK)

Breakfast and Lunch Served

Our Learner Profile and Attitudes attributes
help us to become international students!



Today, 8/31/2015
High: 90 Low: 72
Partly sunny
5% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 9/1/2015
High: 89 Low: 71
Mostly sunny
4% chance of precipitation.