The twelve students pictured above won a Connor Cougar’s Paw-fect  tee-shirt. Each day a group of students who demonstrated that they Practice respect, Accept responsibility, Work Together and displayed that Safety Matters, assisted saying the pledge and assisted with morning announcements. All students who completed their P.A.W.S. chart (i.e. received twenty cougar paws for demonstrating desired behavior) had their name placed in an envelope. These students had their names drawn from that envelope to represent their gender at that grade. Congratulations to: Hailey Rivas, Jagger Lorenzano, Alec Monge, Maia Rosado, Adrian Casas, and Lily Alinkofsky in the first row and Colleen Burbridge, Matthew Campos, Joyse Sanchez, Ricky Kuriakose, Noah Stein and Ashlie Pelletier in the second row! 


#RCSDMountiePride: Moving up and moving on! [June 26, 2015]  From fifth-grade moving up celebrations to the eighth-grade advancement ceremony to Suffern High School’s graduation, hundreds of Ramapo Central students marked the beginning of ... 
Connor fifth-graders ponder “What makes a good friend?” [June 19, 2015] Each week, Instructional Facilitator Dawn Bean hosts RP Connor’s Philosophy club, a Socratic-style, fifth-grade discussion group led by Suffern High School junior and Connor ...
Connor alums awarded Morahan Simmons Memorial Scholarships [June 18, 2015] Ten RP Connor Elementary School alumni—and soon-to-be Suffern High School grads—received a special gift from the family of their first grade teacher, Theresa ... 



Student Arrival--8:35 AM, School Begins--8:50 AM 
School Dismissal--3:05 PM, Early Dismissal--11:35 PM



“It’s not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world.  It’s our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless.”       -L.R. Knost