Mon, Nov 20th- Last day to donate to COATSWORTH - Coat Drive
Wed, Nov 22 - Last day to register for World Language Program
Wed, Nov 22 -Early Dismissal at 1pm
Thurs, Nov 23-Fri, Nov 24-Thanksgiving Recess - schools closed
Mon, Nov 27 -Deadline to order Dan Gutman books
Wed, Nov 29 -PT conferences. Early dismissal at 11:30am
Thurs, Nov 30 -Tinkering Night for Grade 3-5
Thurs, Nov 30 -Last day to order Square1Art
Thurs, Nov 30 -1st Grade Mom's Night Out
Wed, Dec 6 -PT conferences. Early dismissal at 11:30am
Wed, Dec 13 -Coffee Clutch at 12:00-1:15 pm
Thurs, Dec 14 -PT Conferences. Early dismissal at 2pm
Thurs, Dec 14 -CHAT Winter Concert for family and friends at 7pm.
Fri, Dec 15 -Rescheduled Principal's Coffee at 9am


The district has published the calendar for school year 2017-2018. Please find it HERE.


CLICK HERE to download the elementary school daily rotation.


CLICK HERE for more information on Mamaroneck District food services.

School Lunches

If your child eats School lunches or Pizza on Wednesdays, please make sure that your MySchoolBucks account has sufficient funds for Pizza Wednesday and any other lunches that your child is purchasing throughout the year. In order to load funds, you will need your child's student ID, available on the parent portal.


The Yearbook Staff invites parents to submit photos for the yearbook. Help us get as many photos as possible to create a terrific book everyone will want to have.

Here is how you can submit photos online:

* If it does not automatically log you into the site, enter username: 409723632
* Browse to select the photo(s) you wish to upload.
* Enter information about the photo and provide contact information in case the staff needs additional information.
* Click "Save Details".
Thank you!!
The 2018 Yearbook Staff

The Yearbook Staff will review all photos and determine final yearbook content. We cannot guarantee that all submissions can be used in the book.


Login to to check your account and make payments.


Please make sure to verify your contact information in the AtoZ Directory and download the new app onto your phone from the website.


Pizza is a great easy lunch option for a lot of parents on Wednesdays, but it doesn't happen without parent volunteers to serve the pizza! Sign up HERE for a shift.

And CLICK HERE to help sell pizza or merchandise at Math Nights and K Square Dance.

We are also still looking for some help for After School Clubs next year. Please email if you are interested.


The Square1Art Fundraiser is on! You should have received your child's personalized catalog by now. Order online at Your child's access code is located on their catalog. If you didn't get or don't still have your child's catalog, send an email to The last day to place orders is Thursday, November 30th.


We are thrilled to announce that bestselling author Dan Gutman will be visiting Chatsworth 1st - 5th graders on December 15th!!

Everyone is welcome to purchase a book and prices below includes sales tax. The books will be distributed to students at Chatsworth on the day of the author visit. Thank you to Voracious Reader for their help in sourcing the books for this author visit. Please place your book orders HERE by next Monday, November 27th to guarantee they will be signed.

Dan Gutman has written over 70 books in the My Weird School series. He has also written the Million Dollar series, the Genius Files series, Tales from the Sandlot, and the Funny Boy series. His standalone novels include They Came from Center Field, Johnny Hangtime, and Race for the Sky. Learn more about Dan Gutman HERE.


First Grade Moms night out is on Thursday November 30th, 7:30pm at Rio Bravo.

Library Birthday Donation

Consider sharing the excitement around your child's birthday with the school community by donating a book for all to share to the school library. The book would be enhanced with a bookplate noting your child's birthday to celebrate the gift. A lengthy list of books to choose from is available through the amazon link below. Books will be delivered straight to the Chatsworth library. Please make sure to note your child's name and birthday when you choose from the list so it can be properly labeled. CLICK HERE for the book list.


LAST CALL for Magical Givers!!
This Monday 11/20 is the last day to make Coatsworth Donations (winter coats and winter accessories for all ages). Donations should be dropped off at "Platform 9 3/4" (outside of the custodian's office, diagonal from the main office).
After donating, leave your name and email at the Platform so we can reward your child(ren) with a Coatsworth Crest Sticker.

This year, please also consider donating a new XXL coat as part of the drive (XXL coats are in great need, but rarely donated). Please click here: to do so.


On Friday, Dec 15th at 9am, there will be a Principal's Coffee in Winnie-the-Pooh spending time discussing how the Chatsworth staff supports the social and emotional development of your children. Time will also be dedicated to understanding the differences between teasing, conflict, mean moments and bullying. Our hope is that you will walk away with language to support your children at home, when sorting out different types of conflict your children are experiencing, or having questions about related social situations.
We hope to see you there. Please CLICK HERE to register for this coffee.


If you have not registered your child for WLP yet please be aware that registration ends THIS WEDNESDAY, November 22nd.
To register please CLICK HERE.

Languages offered are Spanish, French and Mandarin and will be taught by ABC Languages staff. Classes are conducted once or twice weekly (depending on your choice) after school from January 9th to February 15th. This program is available to all students from K - 5. If you have any questions please email

We are considering 1x Thursday classes for Spanish. If your child is interested in this please sign up for the 1x Tuesday Spanish class and also send an email to stating your preference.

The STEM Alliance Tinkering Nights are back!

The first Tinkering Night at Chatsworth is Thursday, November 30th from 6:00 to 7:30pm for students in grades 3 to 5. The K-2 Tinkering Night will be held in March 2018.

This year, you can "connect with your kids" as you explore circuits, conductivity and energy sources. Electrical circuits are at the heart of making and tinkering. They make any craft come alive with lights, sounds and movement. Come see how you can take your arts and crafts projects to a new level. You will get to make glow bugs and add LED lights to origami projects, as well as explore different aspects of electricity at various stations. Continue the fun at home by purchasing tinkering kits!

This event is open to Chatsworth grade 3-5 students only. Space is limited, so REGISTER NOW! To register please CLICK HERE. This event is FREE to participants in part to the teacher and parent volunteers and your generous donations. Please consider volunteering the night of the event or helping prepare for it on Tuesday, November 28th between 9:00 and 11:00am or 6:00 to 8:00pm. Please contact Antonella Kauffman at for more information.


Wednesday December 13th from 12:00-1:15pm in Room 104. Good enough children: a conversation about expectations, parental pressure, children's achievement and self esteem. We want our children to be their best selves in every aspect of their lives, but how do we decide where to set the bar and what do we do when they fall short? As parents we are faced with decisions each and every day about how to motivate, encourage, and cajole our children through obstacles to their success, achievement and maturation. The choices we make in these circumstances have a profound impact on our relationships with our children. Join us as we share stories of successful and unsuccessful "pushing" and provide you with guidelines for when to push and when to try something different.
Please sign up here HERE to attend.


Join SEPTA: SEPTA is the district-wide Special Education PTA that works to promote a rewarding educational experience for all children. They strive to elevate community awareness, acceptance and support of students with varied learning differences, physical and cognitive abilities, and social emotional challenges. If you have any questions about Special Education Services at Chatsworth our parent representatives, Stephanie Chaice ( or Kate Light (, will be happy to speak with you. To learn more about SEPTA and to join CLICK HERE.

For more information about upcoming SEPTA events CLICK HERE.


For the latest Mamaroneck School District News & Larchmont/Mamaroneck Community News CLICK HERE


School tours will be available again once school starts in September. For information about new student registration please CLICK HERE to visit the Mamaroneck School District website.