October 19, 2018
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Each year ECRI’s Education Fund gives out small grants to Rhode Island schools and school-based after-school programs for hands on environmental projects by students that benefit the local … more
I wanted to share this positive note below from a parent at MMS. The positivity is spreading between OUR FAMILIES & OUR TEACHERS and that is because we put OUR KIDS First! Thank you for all of … more
The Hornbine School was restored fifty years ago as part of the Rehoboth 325th celebration. The folks from 1968 gave us an active piece of Rehoboth history. We are thankful that they gave the town … more
On Sunday, October 28, 2018, Natalie Scarpetti will be running a full marathon at the Ocean State Marathon in Narragansett, RI. Although a runner, this will be Scarpetti's first full marathon. "I am … more
Show you care for East Providence students! Scholarship Foundation of East Providence is seeking sponsorships and ad sponsors to support their annual Holiday Breakfast at East Providence High School … more
On Thurs., Oct. 18, members of the Providence Country Day School community and the general public are invited to one of the first local screenings of “RBG” in East Providence. The newly released and highly acclaimed documentary explores the life … more
This note came from a parent of an MMS student. Take a look at the kind words in quotations below and know that you are making a difference every day with OUR KIDS! “I just wanted to say … more
Thanks to the generosity of local residents and businesses, Scholarship Foundation (SF) of East Providence awarded scholarships totaling more than $189,000 to East Providence residents this year. … more
I was there, as were many of you, in 1984 when Superintendent of Schools Myron J. Francis instituted the first Townie Pride parade. It was held during the centennial celebration of East Providence … more
SEEKONK -- Seekonk High School has a new interim principal -- Christine Whatley, who had been the school’s director of guidance.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
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