Robert Moses Middle School

250 Phelps Lane, North Babylon, NY 11703   

Assistant Principal
Assistant Principal

Mrs. Elizabeth Walsh-Bulger
Mrs. Margaret Brierly
Mr. Jeffrey Raymond
Main Office
Guidance Office Fax #
(631) 620-7302
(631) 620-7360
(631) 620-7340
(631) 321-3315
Mrs. Peggy Nugent, RN
(631) 620-7370 
Dean's Office  (631) 620-7321 
(631) 620-7070 
District Food Services  (631) 620-7032
Athletics  (631) 620-7052 
RMMS Hours
      Students enter building - 8:00am
       Regular Dismissal - 2:35pm
       Late Bus Dismissal - 3:05pm 

Over 80 sixth graders participated in the Spring Book Swap recently held.  Students were given the opportunity to do some "Spring Cleaning" and donate their previously read, slightly used books to the book swap. Then, they were allowed to do some shopping later in the month and pick some "new" books in exchange for the books they had donated.  What a great way to celebrate our love for reading!!!

Sixth graders had a blast when they went rollerskating recently at United Skates roller rink.


 Sixth grader, Victoria Bonavita, has been busy meeting and interviewing many famous people lately.  She recently interviewed Jan Brett, author of The Mitten,  and Jack Hanna, animal expert and television personality.  This past weekend, Victoria had the opportunity to interview celebrity chef, tv personality, and author, Lidia Bastianich.  In addition, Victoria provided video coverage of th Reptile Expo.  Victoria's interviews and video clips can be found on 'You Tube' under "Victoria's Amazing Pets."  Check out Victoria's entertaining clips.  Way to go Victoria!!!


How The Grinch Stole Christmas Renaissance Trip pictures


Moses students and staff came out strong in support of women’s heart health

Sixth graders got together with Mrs. Nocella after school to make holiday cards for recovering American soldiers.  The homemade cards will be sent to American soldiers all around the world that are recovering from their injuries.

Ms. Janelis's 6th grade Social Studies classes have been researching and discussing their heritage. Each student made a flag and a spoon doll to represent their cultural background. They will also be presenting their research to the class. Some of our parents came to class to discuss their culture and facts about their heritage. We would like to thank the parents who took the time from their busy schedules to join us for this informative and educational experience. We certainly learned a great deal about various cultures of the world and have a better insight into our own cultural background.

Sixth graders enjoyed a live webcast recently with Usher! Scholastic Book Clubs hosted Usher live in NYC while students at RMMS watched the interview and performance in their very own school auditorium. Usher spoke about his own experiences as a reader, he read his favorite picture book and then performed live with is band. Sixth graders had a great time!!




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