January 26, 2022
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"To see if the Town will approve the withdrawal of K - 8 Grades from the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District in accordance with Section IX of the Regional Agreement, and to direct the Board of … more
"Myron J. Francis Elementary School student, Keira Donato, was the lucky holder of a winning Feinstein Jr. Scholar Golden Ticket for the week of 1/10/22!! Myron J. Francis Elementary School will … more
Hennessey students and staff returned to school ready to kick off 2022 with new learning goals! Last month we focused on goal setting, and we are eager to start the second half of the school year to … more
Two Seekonk schools coming together to help the less fortunate - that's the Warrior Way!! Before the Holidays, the Martin Elementary PTO arranged a HUGE winter wear drive with the school's students … more
East Providence residents who are high school seniors or who are undergraduates in an accredited college, community college, technical or vocational school are eligible to apply for a scholarship … more
Members of Scholarship Foundation of East Providence announce that volunteers will be calling residents in February for donations for scholarships for local students. High school students, current … more
Dr. Anthony Azar, Superintendent of Schools in the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District, recently announced this year's recipient of the 2021-22 Superintendent’s Award, Mr. Alexander … more
East Providence High School principal, Toby Gibbons has resigned late last month.  Gibbons was hired as High School principal in late summer of 2020 to replace outgoing principal at the time, … more
A growing number of Covid infections statewide has prompted some school districts to delay their openings so teachers and staff can obtain Covid tests. Dighton-Rehoboth schools resumed classes on … more
The following Seekonk residents have achieved Honor Roll status at St. Luke’s School in Barrington for the recently completed trimester. Grade 6: Second Honors: Cyanna Devaney. Grade 8: First … more
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