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NEW FRIENDS: Children in grades Pre-K to 2 at St. Philomena School in Portsmouth were entertained last week by a visit from Schmitty the Weather Dog of New “Yorkie” City. Schmitty, a Yorkshire … more
PROVIDENCE — Students, teachers and community members gathered Jan. 30 at the Statehouse in support of Rhode Island Families for School Choice, an initiative that would give parents the freedom to choose a school that best meets the needs of their children, as well as provide them with financial vouchers to ease costs. more
PORTSMOUTH — The students took turns in twos and threes to bring their artwork closer to Natale Baron Swift, the 46-year-old mother of five who is living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. They could have been her own children the way she treated them. more
EAST GREENWICH — Instead of wearing uniforms to school last Thursday, students at Our Lady of Mercy School sponsored a dress down day and raised $716.50 in support of an orphanage in Honduras. The orphanage shelters about 40 infants and children who are HIV positive or have AIDS. more
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WEST WARWICK—For Noah Harris and his classmates at St. Joseph School, the first day of Catholic Schools Week is one that will remain special for them for a very long time. more
PROVIDENCE — With activities like dancing in class and spelling bees, Masses and open houses, as well as sport tournaments and fundraisers, students, educators and parishioners throughout the country are looking forward to National Catholic Schools Week. 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 — 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
PROVIDENCE — According to the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless, 4,868 Rhode Islanders experienced homelessness in 2012. That’s why the Coalition recently released a “Report Card,” or a set of recommendations, meant to improve the state’s “Opening Doors to Rhode Island: Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness,” which seeks to decrease the number of people experiencing homelessness and the length of time people spend homeless. Governor Lincoln Chafee, the Governor’s Interagency Council on Homelessness, and the Housing Resources Commission, adopted the plan in April 2012. more
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