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CUMBERLAND — Lois Peloquin remembers her days in Catholic school, at a time when entering a classroom and finding the teacher in full habit was commonplace and their methods of strict discipline were feared. more
PAWTUCKET — With a strong focus on building self-esteem through self-defense, the instructors at Mastery Martial Art are helping to create a “Yes, I can!” attitude in Catholic schools. more
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Bridget Bernardo, a sixth grade student at Msgr. Matthew F. Clarke Catholic Regional School, has been selected as one of 12 reporters nationally to serve as a correspondent for “Time for Kids” (TFK) magazine. more
CRANSTON — When at one time nurses serving a school community may have focused primarily on taking the temperatures of pale-faced students and treating cuts and scrapes with Band-Aids, 21st century Florence Nightingales have taken on a much larger role. more
PROVIDENCE — The Diocese of Providence’s Catholic schools opened this year with a number of new administrators and despite Rhode Island’s high unemployment rate, enrollment remains steady. more
PROVIDENCE — It’s for students like Karolyn Richardson that St. Patrick Academy was founded. more
PROVIDENCE – A record 51 new teachers have been installed this year at Catholic schools in the diocese. The elementary and secondary school educators, who attended a workshop entitled “Teaching in a Catholic School: Vocation and Profession,” on the day of their commissioning, include many recent college graduates as well as veteran teachers returning to the classroom. more
EAST PROVIDENCE – Like the students at St. Margaret School who were forced to take refuge from a sudden downpour on the first day of school last Tuesday, Catholic schools across the diocese face challenges yet thrive as they instill strong values and provide a quality education to students. more
WOONSOCKET— Walking through the halls of Mount St. Charles during their annual fine arts summer camp, it would not be surprising to hear the unique tropical sounds of the steel drums or see teens engaged in a competitive fencing match in the gym. more
PROVIDENCE – As preparations are being made for a new academic year, several schools throughout the diocese will welcome new administrators whose commitment to Catholic teaching will continue the longstanding tradition to provide students with a values-based, quality education. more
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