April 21, 2021
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Hennessey celebrated their annual reading week with a variety of fun and engaging activities. The theme this year was “Read Around the World” and students and staff participated in … more
Fifth graders in Mrs. Almada’s ELA class at Whiteknact Elementary School advocated for the installation of Little Free Library for their school community. The idea all started with fifth grade … more
The East Providence Local Advisory Committee For Special Education, EPLAC, invites all to join our monthly meeting and workshop to be held virtually on Wednesday, April 28th 2021 at 6:30 pm.This … more
March was a busy month for school spirit with 4 spirit days!!! Green Day was a huge success at school. 4th grade student, Savannah, likes school spirit days because they are fun to do with friends. … more
According to statements on the Providence Country Day School web site, the school is merging with Henry Barnard in Providence. The school, founded in 1923 will soon become a PK-12 school. Providence … more
Hennessey students and staff focused on the core value of Growth Mindset in February. Students learned what it means and how it will help them in their learning. Jaxson, a grade 3 student, thinks … more
Youth services coordinator, Pam Schwieger, visited Sharon Chalmers grade 2 Class at Sacred Heart School. In past years, Sacred Heart classes would walk over to Weaver Library for a tour or to listen … more
Hennessey students and staff returned to school ready to learn and continue the hard work it takes to continue to rise. Last month we focused on goal setting and we are eager to start the second half … more
Tyler Bernardo, a 2nd-grade student in Mrs. Sharon Chalmers' class, was recently one of the Feinstein Jr. Scholar Golden Ticket winners! Tyler won $5,000 for Sacred Heart School and also a check for … more
Congratulations to Sadé Williams and Ty Messier for making All State Chorus and Band this year! Thank you to Mrs. Pimentel and Mr. Rappa for all of their hard work and commitment to OUR KIDS. … more
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