April 26, 2017
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The Guidance Department at Martin Middle School held their annual Career Day for all eighth grade students on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 from approximately 8:00 am until 9:30 am. The students were given … more
"I looked at several options for making up the school days we lost to snow cancellations this year," Superintendent Kim Mercer told the school Committee last night. "We've decided … more
2015-2016 Elementary School Start/Dismissal Times to Change: The East Providence School Committee voted last night to change the current staggered school bell schedule with one … more
Although school has been in session inconsistently due to the incredible snowfall we have endured, Martin Middle School events and opportunities have been in abundance. During the months of January … more
Students from Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School and from the school’s Postsecondary programs received 88 medals at the SkillsUSA District II Conference held on Thursday, February … more
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is accepting applications for available spaces in the Class of 2018. Current high school freshmen interested in transferring to Tri-County must … more
Hundreds of bright, pink flamingos will be landing all over East Providence signaling the start of spring! For just $10 you may order a flock to land on the lawn of a fun-loving friend or family … more
Clearing away almost 20 inches of snow, not counting the high drifts and windblown snow, has proved to be too much of a task to open schools on Thursday. Although most schools … more
The blizzard of 2015, while not quite as bad as predicted, is still lashing East Providence and the region. Most damage seems … more
Seekonk Police Chief Craig A. Mace visited Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School on Thursday, January 22, to pick up an oak podium built by students in the Carpentry Program. Jake … more
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