• District Summer Programs, and Camp Nyack, are located in Liberty Elementary School this summer at the following list of dates and times:

    Summer STARS Reading Program - July 5-July 27 (Monday through Thursday), 9:00 am–11:00 am

    Summer ENL Program - July 7-July 31 (Monday through Thursday), 9:00 am–2:00 pm  

    Kindergarten Readiness - July 10-August 3 (Monday through Thursday), 9:00 am-1:15 pm,

    Special Education Extended School Year - July 3-August 11 (Monday through Friday), 8:45 am-1:15 pm

    Efficacy Academy - July 5-July 27 (Monday through Thursday), 9:00 am-11:00 am

    CONTACT: District Summer Principal, John Joyce, 353-7253


    Camp Nyack (run by Nyack Center) - June 26-August 11 (Monday through Friday), 8:00 am-3:30 pm 

    CONTACT:  Camp Director, Nicole Hines, 358-2600


  • Please be Advised.....

    Due to building construction at Nyack Middle School, the building will be closed to all staff, parents and students June 24 - August 22, 2017.  The Middle School office staff will be located at Upper Nyack Elementary School as of Monday, June 26th and can be reached at 353-7200.  Thank you and enjoy your summer.

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  • Congratulations Class of 2017! May you persevere in your life's endeavors with equity, innovation and optimism!

  • Middle School Portal Grades

    Due to calculations of 4th  quarter grades, Infinite Campus portal grades will not be updated until Friday, June 23, 2017.   

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  • FRIENDLY REMINDER: Nyack Schools are Going Green with increased electronic mailings and communications this summer...

    If you have not already done so, please fill out the attached form and return it to your school's main office by June 20th.  Thank you for your assistance in helping our district Go Green!

    The attached form is in English and Spanish.  It was also emailed to all families via Peachjar and will be back-packed from elementary schools one last time.

  • It's mosquito & tick season! Please see the attached public service announcements on disease prevention, provided by Rockland Health Dept.

  • Final Day to order the Nyack Middle School Yearbook

    Thursday, May 25, 2017, will be the last day we will be accepting orders for the 2016-2017 Nyack Middle School Yearbook.

    Please bring your payment along with order form to the guidance office by the end of the day.  

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  • Testing Schedule 2017

    Please see the attached for the testing schedule for the 2017 Middle School Finals.  

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  • 7th Grade Trip Follow Up

    Please see attached letter from the Nyack Middle School Principal, Mr. Johnson.  

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  • 7th Grade Parents/Guardians, May 22, 2017

    Good Afternoon 7th Grade Parents/Guardians,

    I have been made aware that there has been an issue with today's field trip.  All of our students are safe, but they were not able to complete the entire itinerary planned for today.  We are in the process of gathering all the pertinent facts about this situation.  I will send out an update as soon as I have had a chance to gather all the information from the staff that coordinated and chaperoned today's trip.


    David A. Johnson

    Principal - Nyack Middle School


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Welcome to Nyack Middle School Guidance and School Counseling Department

Ms.Longing joined the Nyack school district in August, as the Director of Guidance.  Middle school counselors assist students with academic, personal, social, and vocational growth. We act as advocates and assist students with major life transitions. We are also liaisons to parents and our community by providing communication, information and insights about school life. Our department is comprised of three counselors who are assigned to students by grade and work with that class of students for their three-year stay at our school.
We are very fortunate to have a school psychologist and social worker, who enhance our support staff. We also work closely with our administrative team. Each member of our department brings a unique repertoire of skills, tools and experience to help our students transition from elementary school, mature, grow, learn, and transition to our high school. We hope to make that journey an enjoyable and successful one for our students.


Contact Us

Middle School Guidance and Counseling Department:  353-7220/7221
Lorraine Longing, Director of Guidance K - 12,
School Counselors:
Edgar Lambert, grade 6, 353-7224, 
Liz Battista, grade 7, 353-7225,
Francesca Falvo, grade 8, 353-7223,
Jeanine Rufo, School Social Worker, 353-7238,
Laverne Campbell, School Psychologist, 353-7226,
Jean Clancy, 353-7220,
Gabriela Santana, 353-7221,