January 21, 2018
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Providence, RI – High school seniors from East Providence have until Feb. 16 to apply for college scholarships of up to $80,000 over four years through the Carter Roger Williams Initiative at … more
Franklin – Registration and Open House for the Tri-County Children’s Center preschool program for 2018 – 2019 will be held on Thursday, February 8th, from 12:15-1:45 and Friday, … more
The Whiteknact students have been busy collecting donations to send to the troops for the holidays. Families donated candy, cookies, gum, soaps, sanitizers, and many more items to show our troops … more
Palmer River fourth grade students take their talent on the road to the local Home Depot in Seekonk. In total 60 students performed Christmas songs for the crowd and requested spare change be donated … more
The Roots & Shoots group has a campaign underway to reduce plastic waste. To that end, there is currently a reusable water bottle sale underway. Pre-order a bottle from any science club member or … more
Information about the can drive: During the week of November 14-18th at the Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School, students collected an unprecedented number of canned goods and non-perishable items … more
Spreading Holiday Cheer was something 4th and 5th grade chorus students at Orlo Avenue Elementary set out to do as they visited The United Methodist Elder Care Center in East Providence. With the … more
On a chilly November afternoon, just over a year after the concept was introduced, Myron J. Francis Elementary officially opened their new playground. Principal, Lloydanne Leddy, and PTO president, … more
Miss Rhode Island USA 2018 Daescia Demoranville joined kindergarten students at Orlo Avenue on October 19, 2017 to read the book Quackers, a book about acceptance and kindness! The school … more
Orlo Avenue Elementary doesn't do October; they do "SOCK"tober. Did you know that socks are the least donated item to shelters, yet the most needed? During the month of October the school sets out to … more
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