Welcome from the League President



Voter Registration Drive

The League will be conductiong a voter registration drive at Rye High School on April 24 and 25 outside the cafeteria during lunch hours. Students who will be 18 within the 2014 year may register to vote. All other individuals who are eligible voters may also register at this time. the league will also be presenting voter information to two Participation in Government classes on Tuesday the 23rd. 

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Tools For Change 2014



Under the expert tutelage of Duke University Professor Bill Tobin, students from Blind Brook High School, Port Chester High School and Rye Neck High School will once again research a question of civic and community import, culminating in a report which will be presented to the Rye Town Board.
After much discussion and investigation into an issue being dealt with by many local communities, the students have decided that the research question to be asked this year will be: How do current challenges effect the ability of community organizations’ to address hunger?
Unlike in years past when the students have gone into the field to canvas local residents, a focus group made up of leaders of hunger related community organizations will be interviewed by the students to discuss the various challenges and strategies employed to deal with this difficult issue.

The students will present their final report to the Rye Town Board Meeting held at 10 Pearl Street, Port Chester on May 20th at 7.30pm.  All are welcome.  More information about Tools for Change is available on its individual page on this website. 

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