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PROVIDENCE — Despite a determination to fight hard to the finish in search of their fifth consecutive state title, the Mount St. Charles hockey team fell Monday night to rival Bishop Hendricken by a score of 5-2. more
Andrew Brassard, a mathematics teacher at St. Augustine School, Providence, smiles with his wife Amy and their family in the Rhode Island House of Representatives during the reading of a resolution congratulating him sponsored by Rep. Raymond Hull (D-Providence). more
WAKEFIELD – When Larry Scott heard the news last week that a 17-year-old had opened fire at an Ohio high school, killing three students; he could only shake his head and ask why. more
BRISTOL—The Sisters of Saint Dorothy regretfully announce the closure of Our Lady of Fatima High School in Warren at the end of this school year due to declining enrollment and lack of financial stability. more
RIVERSIDE — Inspiring creativity, St. Mary Academy - Bay View has encouraged hands-on learning with an educational tool that students really want to use. Proving that there is no shortage of ways that new technology supports teaching and learning, Bay View recently introduced the first generation Apple iPad into their early childhood classrooms. more
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
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