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WOONSOCKET — Students, parents, alumni and friends gathered at Mount St. Charles Academy on Tuesday, November 7, to honor the school’s veterans and active duty military members who have dedicated … more
More than 30 students and faculty members of La Salle Academy joined together to assist at Breadlines in front of the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul on Friday, March 22. Members of Lasallian Youth … more
PROVIDENCE—The Anchor of Hope, the diocesan organization that provides scholarship funding to help make a Catholic school education more affordable for financially challenged students, will kickoff its second annual “Sponsor a Student” campaign on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at noon at Bishop McVinney School, 15 Gordon Ave., Providence. more
CRANSTON — It’s 2:12 on Friday afternoon and Principal Lisa M. Lepore is gearing up for dismissal at St. Mary School in Cranston. She has a clipboard in her hands and a smile on her face. more
WARWICK — On Tuesday, May 3, Bishop Hendricken Principal Joseph Brennan will join a group of fellow “Great Educators” from around the country at the White House to be recognized by President … more
PAWTUCKET — When STEM becomes STEAM, things get interesting. As part of a Spanish STEAM project, Saint Raphael Academy teacher Kristen Murphy designed a unique lesson plan for teaching Mexican … more
PASCOAG-Fr. Holland’s 4th Grade, under the direction of teacher, Kathy Dickinson, wrote Christmas cards to members of the community who cannot get out very easily. The program has been in existence for several years and always brings a smile to the faces of the recipients. The children learn to think about others and the elderly are reminded that there are still those who care about them emphasizing the true meaning and spirit of Christmas. more
WARWICK — Saint Kevin Elementary and Middle School is practically around the corner from Bishop Hendricken High School, and the freshly painted school bus that carries eight, eighth-graders to there for gym, art and music classes is making short trip that educators hope will pay benefits on the long academic journey to come. Saint Kevin wants its eighth grade students to not only get an early glimpse of high school but to rub elbows with older students to get an idea of what it takes to succeed in one of Rhode Island’s high achieving secondary schools. more
Students at St. Luke’s School in Barrington recently completed a 10-week NEED (National Energy Education Development) program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. Fourteen students in grades … more
BRISTOL — There are a total of 16 students in Kayla McLaughlin’s third grade classroom — though only 15 of them wear the blue and white uniform of Our Lady of Mount Carmel School. That’s … more
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