Thursday, February 11, 2016

Schools

Schools

Barrington school officials recently released information from a survey regarding the new police resource officer who spends much of his time at Barrington High School. The survey posed the same three questions to staff at...

PORTSMOUTH — From saving up their pennies for the homeless to teaching a sibling how to throw a ball, Portsmouth’s elementary school students have been doing their share of good deeds lately. Along with many...

The community is invited to a free screening of “Most Likely to Succeed,” the award-winning documentary about the history of education and the shortcomings of the modern school model in America. The film argues...

PORTSMOUTH — In the spring of 2013, when Christian Bucks of York, Penn. was in the first grade, his family was considering a temporary move to Germany. While looking at overseas schools on the internet,...

TIVERTON — A close game throughout, a late turnover doomed visiting East Providence High School as Tiverton defeated the Townies, 34-32, in a Division II girls' basketball contest Friday night, Dec. 18. The margin stayed...

EAST PROVIDENCE — Visiting LaSalle Academy did just enough down the stretch to defeat East Providence High School, 70-62, in the Division I regular season boys' basketball opener for both sides played before a...

TIVERTON —Town Administrator Matt Wojcik and Council President Denise deMedeiros responded this week to allegations made by Recreation Commission Chairwoman Susan Gill when she, and two other members, resigned last Monday night from the...

Recreation volunteers cite angry emails from administrator TIVERTON — Three members of the Tiverton Recreation Commission — Chairwoman Susan Gill, Vice Chairwoman Susan Zmich, and Kristen Plourde — handed their resignations to the Town Council...

In a continued effort to expand student engagement in computer science, 30 industry volunteers from 20 Rhode Island companies and organizations — including Barrington resident Maeve Donohue — recently connected with students at 25...

A little girl from New York is seeing her Christmas wish come true, thanks in part to students in Karen McCanna’s third grade class at the Hugh Cole School. Saphyre Terry, 8, of Schenectady, N.Y....
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