[GALLERY] Meet Your New Teacher

Say hello to the new faces at Rye City School District

Rye City School District will welcome some new faces in the Fall. Say hello to these new teachers and administrators:

  • Michaela McCabe School Psychologist, Milton
  • Mark McWilliams, RHS & RMS Latin Teacher
  • Sarah Shiboski, Elementary School Teacher, Milton
  • Christopher Starace, RHS Special Education Teacher
  • Stephanie Zanotta, RHS Social Studies Teacher

Not Pictured:

Barbara Mehlman, Library Media Specialist, Milton

Ms. Mehlman previously worked at Pelham Middle School, where she created lessons on evaluating websites and developing research, taught students to use various databases, and evaluated and selected e-books for the school’s library media center. She has also student taught at Greenacres Elementary School in Scarsdale, where she incorporated technology and literature into lessons, presented multisensory lessons, assisted in developing reading lists and promoted the library program. In addition, she co-chaired the Building Bridges Program at Murray Avenue School in Larchmont, a weeklong event that teaches students about differences in learning abilities, challenges and strengths that people experience, and has co-chaired SEPTA faculty grants in Mamaroneck.

James O’Hara, RHS Guidance Counselor

As a former college counselor at Xavier High School in New York, NY, Mr. O’Hara has advised juniors and seniors, processed college applications, facilitated college fairs and visits from representatives, coordinated Career Day events and Senior Transition Workshops, and directed presentations on financial aid and the admissions process. Prior to this role, he served as a guidance counselor at the school, providing PSAT preparations, individual counseling, group guidance and crisis management, among other duties. He has also served as a basketball and rugby coach, senior task force member, Xavier Higher Achievement Program assistant director, faculty leader on summer trips, and supervisor and proctor for SAT exams. 


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