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Resource Fair Saturday to highlight family services

Resource Fair Saturday to highlight family services

The Bristol-Warren Regional School District and community group Thrive by Five are hosting a Resource Fair Saturday to highlight the family services available in the community and provide some family fun as well. The fair is scheduled for Saturday April 12, 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Quinta-Gamelin Community Center, 101 Asylum Road (near the entrance

Cayden Sumner, 7, (mid-right) leads his peers while dancing to the Electric Slide during last year's Resource Fair at Hugh Cole School in Warren.

Resource Fair to highlight family services

The Bristol-Warren Regional School District and community group Thrive by Five are hosting a Resource Fair Saturday to highlight the family services available in the community and provide some family fun as well. The fair is scheduled for Saturday April 12, 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Quinta-Gamelin Community Center, 101 Asylum Road (near the entrance

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School bill may push Bristol over 4% tax cap

The Bristol budget will be stretched to support the schools after the Joint Finance Committee set a regional school budget Thursday night that includes a $939,000 increase in Bristol education aid compared to last year. Bristol residents will pay $22.37 million for education this coming year, up $939,062 from last year’s $21.43 million. That hit

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Bristol-Warren schools propose $55M budget

Bristol would pay $1.6 million more to educate its students this coming year, under a $55 million school budget plan released this week by the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee. On Thursday, March 5, district officials will ask the Joint Finance Committee to approve an additional $1.25 million over the current budget to cover their

A crew clears snow form the Hugh Cole School roof Friday.

Bristol-Warren school roofs cleared in time for more snow

While the kids have been out of school this week, it has been no vacation for facilities and maintenance personnel with the Bristol-Warren Regional School District. With upwards of three feet of snow having fallen across the region — and more expected Sunday, mixed with rain that will only increase the weight of the snow

Kickemuit players carry goalkeeper Thea Brum after a shut-out win for the state championship Tuesday afternoon.

Kickemuit girls win state soccer championship

Behind some strong goal tending and timely scoring, the Kickemuit girls soccer team beat Cole Middle School 2-0 for the middle school state championship Tuesday afternoon. The East Greenwich team controlled the ball most of the game, keeping it in their offensive end, but Kickemuit goalkeeper Thea Brum stopped everything that came her way, making

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Bristol principal is Audubon’s Educator of the Year

In her efforts to enhance her students’ educational experience, Guiteras School Principal Sonya Whipp tries to enhance the classroom environment. Sometimes, she said, that requires bringing the classroom into the environment. For her efforts, last month, Ms. Whipp was recognized as the Audubon Society’s Educator of the Year, in part, for taking the initiative to

Colt Andrews kindergarten teacher Donna Cheatom escorts Lauren Oliver and the rest of her class through a bridge made by the fifth grade class to welcome them on the first day of school on Wednesday morning. 
Photos by Richard W. Dionne, Jr.

Bristol Warren students, teachers return to class

More than 3,000 students flooded into Bristol-Warren schools Wednesday as the 2014-2015 school year got underway. Joining the students are 257 teachers who will be without a contract by the end of the week unless a new deal is reached before then. The current three-year pact with Bristol Warren Regional School District teachers expires Sunday,

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