RYE, N.Y. -- Whether your child attends Rye High School or not, the floor is open to questions from the public during the next meeting of the Rye Rotary Club.
Jason L. Mehler, president of Rye Rotary Club, announced that Patricia B. Taylor, principal at RHS since 2011, is guest speaker during the noon luncheon meeting on Friday, Sept. 30 at Whitby Castle.
Club members and guests are encouraged to register online to help get an accurate headcount for Friday's luncheon. The cost of the lunch is $25.
Taylor began as principal in July 2011, prior to which she served as assistant principal of guidance and student support services. Rye High School is home to Taylor: She started her public education career at the school in 1982, working as a guidance counselor and assistant director of guidance until 1988, when she accepted a position at Bronxville High School.
In 2001, she returned to Rye. Taylor is a past recipient of the New York State Association College Admission Counseling Distinguished Secondary School Counselor Award, Westchester College Clinic Best Program Award, and the College Board’s Bernard P. Ireland Award.
Taylor obtained her master of science degree from Long Island University and bachelor of science degree from SUNY Cortland, and completed her administrative education at the College of New Rochelle.
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