• 10 March 2015

    SxSWedu: Announced in Austin, TX, RyeCatcher’s Family Trust Network was awarded a Digital Media and Learning Trust Challenge grant! The MacArthur-supported competition is the 5th in a series that seeks to advance student success in a Connected Learning environment. Read more.

  • 26 January 2015

    RyeCatcher and the Carnegie Mellon School of Design: Students in the Introduction to Interaction Design Studio are working with RyeCatcher to design a mobile version of the application’s circle, notes and events features.

  • 19 January 2015

    RyeCatcher was named a finalist in the Digital Media and Learning Trust Challenge!


  • 10 September 2014

    RyeCatcher expanded its Partnership with Children pilot to the 35+ schools in New York City served by the organization’s social workers.

  • 03 September 2014

    RyeCatcher launched in the state of Washington through a partnership with the Washington Charter Association.

  • 02 August 2014

    RyeCatcher participated in the My Brother's Keeper DataJam a collaborative ideation session with leaders from the public and private sectors. The team developed the idea Books Buzz--a family reading support tool, which is under development this Fall.

  • 29 July 2014

    The Rye Family Needs Assessment tool launched at the Achievement School District in Memphis, TN. This tool helps identify student and family needs through a simple, step-by-step, family survey.

  • 12 January 2014

    RyeCatcher was featured at the Second White House Office of Science & Technology Policy and Department of Education Datapalooza.


  • 18 September 2013

    RyeCatcher launched at the Achievement School District in Memphis, TN.

  • 06 September 2013

    RyeCatcher launched at the Partnership with Children organization in New York City.

  • 05 March 2013

    RyeCatcher was featured on a panel at SxSWedu 2013 called: Applications to Improve the Special Ed. Experience. Download the slides (pdf)


  • 09 October 2012

    An early RyeCatcher prototype was featured at the White House OSTP and Education Department Datapalooza.