June 5– Members of the Class of 2012 – along with some of their parents, siblings, and friends – returned to Rippowam Cisqua School for a class reunion.
The alumni, parents, and guests gathered together in Centennial Hall to enjoy cocktails and some remarks from Head of School Colm MacMahon. Several faculty members were in attendance as well, and the alumni and parents enjoyed reconnecting with their former teachers.
The members of the class also came together to honor the memory of their classmate Willie Maerov. Through the generosity of several RCS families, the School planted and dedicated a tree in Willie’s memory, and it will forever stand in loving tribute to him and the wonderful impact he had on his classmates, teachers, and friends.
Many alumni and parents of alumni were returning to the School for the first time since the new building opened, and they enjoyed touring the new facilities. They loved the new spaces, but many were quick to remark that it “still feels like home.”
Thank you to all of the alumni and parents of alumni who helped to organize this wonderful gathering – stay tuned for more alumni reunion news coming soon!
Rippowam Cisqua School is a PreK-Grade 9 independent day school in Westchester County, New York. RCS offers challenging academics built on innovation, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, wellness, leadership, service learning, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.