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rmsRonkonkoma Middle School

501 Peconic Street
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779-6860
Principal: Joseph C. Licato
Assistant Principal: Brian Wrinkle


PM Bus Schedule

Regular Dismissal - 2:35

Late Busses - 3:35, 4:45, & 5:30*

*See the Connetquot Transportation webpage for late bus routes:


NEW INTIATIVE: Be Smart, Be Kind, Be RMS 

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The Ronkonkoma Middle School Drama Club will proudly present Annie Jr. on February 10th, 11th and 12th at 7:00pm. Tickets, boosters and advertising space are now on sale. Please click on the attached forms for more information.


2021-2022 Supply Lists 

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ATHLETICS / SPORTS - Please see the Ronkonkoma Middle School Athletics Google classroom page for information on Sports for Grades 7 & 8.
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The mission of the Ronkonkoma Middle School

COMMUNITY is to provide
OPPORTUNITY for lifelong learning in a safe, nurturing,
RESPECTFUL environment where all are encouraged to strive toward academic 
along with individual and social growth.  

Connetquot High School celebrates Dantedi

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Connetquot High School Italian language students hosted Oakdale-Bohemia and Ronkonkoma middle school Italian students to a day of immersion into Italian culture and language called Dantedi. The daylong activities were based on the Italian government’s designation of March 25 as Dantedi, named for the father of the Italian language Dante Alighieri, as a day to celebrate the richness of Italian life and culture. More than 200 students celebrated the day through diverse activities that gave the students a deeper glimpse into what it means to be Italian.

The College Italian students put on a skit called “Andreuccio! and played an Italian Bingo game called Tombola. They also led the younger students in learning La Tarantella, a famous southern Italian dance. In La Cucina Italiana, students watched food demonstrations and tried pizzelle, cannoli and espresso. They learned about Carnevale and made their own masks for a celebration. There was an opportunity to try their hands at playing bocce in the courtyard and to watch a skit based on “Dante’s Inferno.”

In the Connetquot High School library, students put their Italian skills to the test during games of Kahoot and tried their pronunciation skills at the pronunciation station. Students visited St. Joseph’s Table and learned how to design their own.

Director of ENL and World Languages Cheryl Sosa said the upperclassmen really worked hard to plan a day of activities that the younger students would enjoy and remember.

Date Added: 4/8/2022