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JOHNSTON — For teachers in Catholic elementary schools, the push for greater technology education has been felt strongly in the classroom, where new resources and increasing standards for digital … more
Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School just completed their annual Feinstein Thanksgiving Food Drive. Students collected over 500 food items to benefit St. Joseph’s food pantry in Woonsocket. … more
PROVIDENCE — On Friday, June 8, the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart, with Auxiliary Bishop Robert C. Evans presiding, 209 young men processed into the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul in Providence to … more
Mindstorms Mayhem from All Saints STEAM Academy FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robotics in Middletown recently met with Bishop Thomas J. Tobin in Providence, to present their FIRST Lego League World Class project about cursive writing, sharing with the bishop how it can be taught more effectively. more
WARWICK — St. Rose of Lima School celebrated an important milestone this year, marking its 50th anniversary offering Catholic education to the students of Warwick and beyond. The school was … more
Bishop Hendricken High School’s Academic Decathlon Team won its seventh consecutive Rhode Island state championship in March earning them a trip to Madison, Wisconsin, to represent the state in the … more
n celebration of its 125th anniversary, Family Service of Rhode Island (FSRI) offered the “#125Kindness School Challenge” to all Rhode Island schools. Blessed Sacrament School in Providence … more
PROVIDENCE — Seniors at St. Raphael Academy closed one chapter of their lives and started another at commencement exercises held at the Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul in downtown Providence June … more
PROVIDENCE — The dome of the Rhode Island State House was illuminated in yellow, the signature color of National School Choice Week, as legislators and the general public rallied in the rotunda on Thursday, January 29. Students from local private schools performed musical arrangements while parents and students alike wore yellow scarfs and held signs that read, “I am a child, not a ZIP code.” more
St. Mary Academy - Bay View middle and upper school students raised more than $2,400 to benefit Habitat for Humanity. Dana DiMarco, executive director of Greater Providence Habitat for Humanity, came to campus to accept the donation. more
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