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Letter: How will towns pay for new teacher contract?

The Sept. 11 Bristol Phoenix article on the new teacher’s contract discussed the cost of the contract, but disappointingly did not discuss how it would be paid for. The annual increases of $350,000 for each of the next three years are cumulative and permanent. In three years, they will have added $1,050,000 to the school budget forevermore.

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Bristol-Warren teachers gets raises with new deal

In an 8 to 1 vote, the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee approved a teachers’ contract for the next three years, a contract that will add a little more than $1 million to the district’s personnel expenses, about $350,000 each year. “We knew they worked hard and we knew they deserved a pay raise,” committee member Karen

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Boys tennis likely to remain club sport at Mt. Hope

Advocates for the Mt. Hope High School boys tennis team continue to petition the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee to restore the team to a full varsity support, and they’re seeking more players to help make their case. The group of parents and tennis fans have been trying to return tennis to full varsity since

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‘Buildings to become schools again’

New Bristol Warren Superintendent Mario Andrade has spent the summer filling several personnel vacancies, representing the school district in the community, and overseeing school preparations to be sure all classes start on time — something that almost didn’t happen. “I didn’t want to be the new superintendent canceling classes,” Dr. Andrade said. He was almost

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Bristol Warren schools edge closer to digital age

While bookless classrooms are still several years away from reality in Bristol Warren schools, the district is taking strides to incorporate the use of iPhone and iPad technology into the 2014-2015 curriculum. The Bristol Warren Regional School Committee received a presentation of the district’s plan at its meeting Tuesday night. Superintendent Mario Andrade and Assistant

International exchange students seeking host families in Bristol

Visiting students, ages 15-18, from around the world including Germany, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand, are seeking host families in and around Bristol for the upcoming academic school year. Host families are needed for the fall semester and full school year. Host families (traditional families, singles, empty nesters, etc.) serve as mentors and a home base

Superintendent Mario Andrade has a new assistant as the Bristol Warren Regional School District names its second-in-command.

Bristol-Warren names assistant superintendent

With the retirement of Bristol Warren Regional School District Superintendent Melinda Thies, the district is now under new management, after the School Committee promoted former Assistant Superintendent Mario Andrade to replace her. Now Mr. Andrade has been replaced. It was recently announced that Diane Sanna of Tiverton will take over as second-in-command for the schools.

The 2014 Bristol Warren Regional School District teachers of the year include Lori-Ann Albuquerque (left), Jane Glass, Susan Beck, Michael Moran, Libby Pagano and Fran Souza.

Bristol Warren district honors teachers of the year

An educator who “goes above and beyond” and is an “inspiration” to her students, Libby Pagano is the 2013-2014 Bristol Warren Regional School District teacher of the year. Ms. Pagano, a special education teacher at Mt. Hope High School, was chosen buy her peers and superiors to receive the honor, which was announced at a

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International exchange students seeking host families in Bristol

Visiting students, ages 15-18, from around the world including Germany, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand, are seeking host families in and around Bristol for the upcoming academic school year. Host families are needed for the fall semester and full school year. Host families (traditional families, singles, empty nesters, etc.) serve as mentors and a home base

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