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East Providence School Committee hears Fiscal Year 14-15 draft budget proposal

East Providence School Committee hears Fiscal Year 14-15 draft budget proposal

EAST PROVIDENCE — Superintendent Kim Mercer and Deputy Director of Finance for the city Linda Dykeman presented the East Providence School Committee with the department’s draft budget for the Fiscal Year 2014-15, a document highlighted by the proposed addition of nearly $2 million into the school coffers. The meeting took place Tuesday night, Sept. 23,

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East Providence Schools remain in the black for a second year running

EAST PROVIDENCE — In the words of City Finance Director Malcolm Moore, “it was a very good year” financially for the East Providence School System. Addressing the School Committee at its meeting Tuesday evening, June 10, at City Hall, Mr. Moore presented an audit of the system for the Fiscal Year 2012-13 ending on Oct.

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Admins reflect on nearly a year in charge of East Providence schools

EAST PROVIDENCE — Approaching the one-year anniversary of taking stewardship of the system, Superintendent Kim Mercer and her administrative team remain enthusiastic in their positions, though quite cognizant of the challenges that lay ahead for East Providence schools. During an all-encompassing interview last week with The Post in their new offices on the third floor

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Superintendent’s proposed budget includes return of sports to East Providence middle schools

EAST PROVIDENCE — Superintendent Kim Mercer presented a draft budget for the department’s Fiscal Year 2013-14 to the East Providence School Committee at its meeting Monday night, Sept. 23, the proposal among other items of value including a provision to bring back sports in some form to the system’s two middle schools. Superintendent Mercer implemented

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Commission approves Crudele as new East Providence Schools Director of Pupil Personnel

EAST PROVIDENCE — As expected Thursday afternoon, June 27, the Budget Commission approved the hiring of a permanent Director of Pupil Personnel of East Providence Schools with Eileen Crudele being named to fill the post. Ms. Crudele follows Superintendent Kim Mercer from Pawtucket where she was an administrator for over 12 years and was most

East Providence Schools Superintendent Kim Mercer is requesting the Budget Commission approve the hiring of a permanent Director of Pupil Personnel for her department.

Commission expected to approve hiring of new Pupil Director for East Providence Schools

EAST PROVIDENCE — When the East Providence Budget Commission meets on matters of personnel Thursday afternoon, June 27, it is expected to approve the hiring of a new Director of Pupil Personnel among other matters. The Director of Pupil Personnel, a position held on a temporary basis recently by Cheryl Ursillo, oversees the School Department’s

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Commission approves posting for new East Providence Special Education director

EAST PROVIDENCE — Her new leadership team nearly complete, recently hired Superintendent of East Providence Schools Kim Mercer received approval from the Budget Commission Thursday, May 23, to hire a permanent Director of Pupil Personnel Services, a position that oversees the department’s Special Education division. By a consensus 5-0 vote, the Commission, at its most

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East Providence School Committee approves hires of education, curriculum directors

EAST PROVIDENCE — Julie A. Motta and Dawn August were recently chosen to fill vacant positions in the East Providence School Department by new Superintendent Kim Mercer and were approved by the School Committee for the posts. Mrs. Motta becomes the Director of Education, a position created by the East Providence Budget Commission that closely

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East Providence School Department completes move to City Hall

EAST PROVIDENCE — The move of the East Providence School Department from its long-time and former Burnside Avenue site to the third floor at City Hall became officially “official” during the spring recess as the administrative offices completed their transition to the new locale. Calling herself “the last of the Mohegans,” Patricia Ianelli diligently combed

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