Open MRI of Rye Greenwich 150 Purchase St, Rye, NY10580 Directed by Lisa Wade, Open MRI of Rye Greenwich is a diagnostic imaging center. It offers professional imaging and…More diagnosis services in a comfortable environment.
Mecca Electric of Rye 109 Maple Ave, Rye, NY10580 Mecca Electric of Rye is an electrical contracting business, which works for residential or commercial interests to…More assess and maintain electrical systems in home or office environments.
Smart Playrooms 61 Intervale Pl, Rye, NY10580 Smart Playrooms is an educational and organizational service that specializes in designing customized play environments…More for the developmental stages and interests of children. Smart Playrooms converts clients' traditional play areas into well-designed environments that promote Smart Play, or play that facilitates active, independent exploration and learning. Smart Playrooms creates organized and orderly rooms that incorporate a child's toys, games, books and materials, and also assists in the purchase of new toys. Rooms are typically organized into up to nine learning stations that reflect different aspects of play and development.
Rye Council for Child Care Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY10580 Rye Council for Child Care is a is a pre-nursery day care program located at Rye Presbyterian Church on Boston Post…More Road. Formerly known as Tot Drop, the program offers working parents an opportunity to leave their infants and toddlers in safe hands during the day in a warm, inviting environment.
Formed in 1963 to combat shoplifting, the Rye Youth Council has evolved into a community resource for kids of all…More ages, from elementary to high school.
It utilizes Youth Advocates, who work on communication and life skills with kids in a fun and relaxed environment. The high school program includes outreach to the community, such as Adopt-A-Grandfriend, where students are paired with elderly residents in a Mount Vernon nursing home and Teaching for Change, a tutoring program, which encourages high school students to teach English to day laborers in Port Chester.
The organization is based out of a house on Locust Avenue in downtown Rye.
La Panetière 530 Milton Rd, Rye, NY10580 Since 1986, under the direction of owner Jacques Loupiac and his all-French staff, La Panetière has offered…More gourmet Provencal cuisine in an elegant environment. The gorgeous space, complete with original paintings, exposed beams and a stone tile floor, serves as an ideal setting for a sophisticated dining experience. The menu changes with the season, reflecting the availability of fresh market produce and fish, and the extensive wine list features outstanding Burgundies with many choices of Côtes du Rhône, French champagnes and cognacs. La Panetière's bar area and a handful of private rooms are available for parties, and the restaurant provides on and offsite catering services.
Rye School of Leadership (R.S.L.) is a school of choice, or an alternative school, designed to acknowledge the…More diverse needs of secondary students. The R.S.L. philosophy emphasizes attitude over aptitude, effort over achievement, and character over talent. R.S.L. serves grades nine through 12 by providing a small school setting for those students who find it challenging to achieve personal or academic success in a traditional school environment.
The program offers the courses required by New York State for high school graduation, while encouraging students to assume personal responsibility for their educational futures. Rye School of Leadership is a family program that expects parental involvement.
Since 2000, The Westfield Day School has been dedicated to helping students overcome academic difficulties and…More personal obstacles through carefully designed programs for individual achievement. Students come to Westfield Day for a variety of reasons including underachievement despite being bright, AD/HD, learning disabilities, social-emotional problems and other Special Education classifications.
Westfield helps students make the transition to more conventional schools. The school operates under three guiding principles—providing an integrated support experience, a corrective learning environment, and a comprehensive approach for its students.
Westfield students attend seminar-style classes, go to gym, work on projects such as the Yearbook and Literary Journal, and participate in the Creative Arts Program. They also have regularly scheduled group counseling seminars and meetings with the school therapist.
The school is in a Victorian-era building in downtown Rye. It contains classrooms, a science lab and computer work stations. With permission, students can browse local bookstores, or go to delis or pizzerias during lunch.