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GREENVILLE – In Sydney Werner’s science class, the excitement is evident as curious eighth graders look through microscopes at single-cell organisms. more
WESTERLY — It was her excellence, her humility and her talent that prompted St. Pius X Principal Henry Fiore Jr. to nominate Heidi Cozzolino for the 2012 National Catholic Educational Association Distinguished Teacher Award. more
Sunday marks the beginning of Catholic Schools Week, an annual celebration that highlights the many accomplishments of schools that strive to provide excellent academics, nurture spiritual, physical and emotional growth, and promote the message of the Gospel. Celebrating the theme “Faith, Academics and Service,” staff and students of the 35 elementary and nine high schools located in the Diocese of Providence will gather to thank God for their many blessings at special Masses, and continue Jesus’ mission to serve those in need by conducting food drives, visiting nursing home patients and performing other service projects. more
HELPING HANDS: St. Philomena School, Portsmouth, sixth grade students, Finn Bardorf (right) and Ted Bjerregaard (left), help load the Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center of Newport van with 785 canned and packaged food items donated by students at the school to help stock the Feed a Friend Pantry at the center. The pantry provides non-perishable food items, frozen meat, fresh produce, bread and hygiene products throughout Newport County more
NEW YORK-A group of Our Lady of Fatima Middle/High School students, alumni and parents visited Ground Zero as part of the annual Fatima trip to New York City. Students were able to locate the names of those they knew who perished. The names are engraved in stone on a wall encircling a memorial waterfall. more
Monsignor Gadoury Catholic Regional, Woonsocket, announces its recent “Caring” Students of the Month. Students and faculty demonstrated their “caring” ways by donating canned goods to local food pantries and holding a Santa’s Workshop, where all proceeds supported the local Adopt-A-Family program. more
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PROVIDENCE—The experiment is a simple one—creating out of clay a floating vessel that will support the greatest mass. more
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