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Education forum

Education forum

The Bristol Warren Education Foundation is hosting a conversation on public education in Rhode Island. The event will include presentations from RIDE on college and career readiness, Teach for America Rhode Island Executive Director Heather Tow-Yick and The Rhode Island Foundation President and CEO Neil D. Steinberg. In addition to hearing from some of the

BWEF grants support a wide range of programs including author and illustrator Grace Lin visiting the students at Guiteras School in 2012. Clockwise surrounding author Grace Lin from left, Samantha Martins, Erika Marshall, Tess Dugan, Zoe Mouligne, Ellery Sparkman, Rachael Ward and Lyla Pacheco.

BWEF funds more than $50,000 in grants

The students of Bristol and Warren received some good news this week, a boost in support for innovative programs and classes. The Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) has awarded $50,408 in funding for the 2013-14 school year. The funds will support 25 grants that impact students in each of the Bristol Warren Regional School District’s

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Letter: Bristol Warren Education Foundation funds more than $50,000 in grants

To the editor: The Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) is pleased to announce the awarding of $50,408 in grant funding for the 2013-14 school year. The funds will support 25 grants that will impact students in each of the Bristol Warren Regional School District’s (BWRSD) schools. The diverse array of programs presented by the BWRSD

Hundreds of students have benefited from programs like the Community String Project through grants from The Bristol Warren Education Foundation.

Bristol Warren Education Foundation awards $43,000 in grants

BRISTOL/WARREN — The Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) has awarded $43,000 in grants to support programs in the Bristol Warren Regional School District (BWRSD) for the 2012-2013 school year. Teachers and staff from all six district schools — Mt. Hope High School, Kickemuit Middle School, Hugh Cole, Guiteras, Colt-Andrews, and Rockwell elementary schools — applied

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