The Superintendent of Schools is Mr. William Stark. He returned became Superintendent after spending a year in the Blind Brook Public Schools as the Interim Principal of Blind Brook High School.
The Assistant Superintendent for Business and Facilities Operations is Jonathan Ross.
The Bruno M. Ponterio Ridge Street Elementary School (BMP-RSS) serves grades Kindergarten to 5th grade. The building was renamed in the late 1990s in honor of long-time building Principal and Rye Brook resident, Bruno M. Ponterio.
Currently, there isn't a Principal. The Assistant Principal is Tracy Taylor.
BMP-RSS was the first building built by the Blind Brook SD and was erected in the 1950s. Before the current building was built, a mansion standing on the property housed the school.
Before the creation of Blind Brook High School in 1973, BMP-RSS housed the entire Blind Brook School District. As time progressed, the building held grades K to 6th. When the Middle School wing of the High School was built in 2002, the 6th grade was moved to the new building. That spring brought 2 graduations for BMP-RSS for the first time in its history as both the 5th and 6th grades moved on to the Middle School.
In 2006, ground was broken on a new Administration wing and the installation of air conditioners throughout the building. The construction marked the first additions to the building since the addition of the New Gym and a 2-level classroom wing in the 1960s.
The Principal is Karen Bronson. The Middle School has never had an assistant principal.
The first Principal was Dr. Thomas Wolf. Dr. Wolf was key in the creation of the current BBMS curriculum during his tenure at Blind Brook from his arrival in mid-2002 to 2007. He announced in early 2006 that he would retire on January 31st, 2007.
A search for a new principal took place in 2006 and the Board of Education voted on a replacement prior to the end of the 2005-2006 School Year. The replacement chosen was Karen Bronson, whose title, until Dr. Wolf retired, was "Principal on Special Assignment". She became the 2nd principal in BBMS history.
BBMS was originally composed of a hallway of classrooms and shared the entire building with the High School. As part of a district-wide Bond referendum sparked due to increasing enrollment, in 2002, a larger, 2-story wing with a gymnasium, computer lab, and office space was built. This separated most daily activities of the Middle School and High School even though the two are still both under the same building.
In 2006 ground was broken on a new Middle School wing which houses general education classrooms, science labs, an MS cafeteria, lockers, along with a new faculty office room.
BBMS shares athletic facilities with the High School along with the Monroe E. Haas Library and IMC (instructional media center), LGI (large group instruction), band room, auditorium, and cafeteria.
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