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PORTSMOUTH – Almost 100 seventh and eighth grade students at St. Philomena School participated in this year’s school Science Fair on January 28. All projects were experiment based. Participation is required but each student chooses the level—state or school—at which he or she wants to enter. more
RIVERSIDE—In the wake of the horrible earthquakes which ravaged the island nation of Haiti, St. Mary Academy Bay View’s fifth grade gave up their recess for two weeks, instead sequestering themselves in classrooms to make yarn babies and octopuses to raise money for the victims of the Haiti earthquake. more
PROVIDENCE—Mallory Moreau was a little apprehensive at first after hearing some of the stories of what it could be like to donate blood. more
CUMBERLAND—Two Mercymount Country Day seventh graders have learned some very important lessons at an early age that will help guide them for the rest of their lives. more
PROVIDENCE— Grateful students of Saint Raphael Academy wrote thank you valentines to the people who have made a difference in their lives. It was their way of showing a sincere appreciation to the generous people who have helped them receive a Catholic education. more
The essay: When Is The Right Time To Honor Our Military Heroes? more
WARREN— Our Lady of Fatima High School has a vision for the future of Catholic education in Rhode Island and they are successfully moving forward with a strategic plan to build programs that continually foster the students’ future and celebrate their commitment to Catholic education. 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
CRANSTON — Diocesan and civic leaders and members of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School community gathered Dec. 8 — the feast day of the parish and school’s patroness — for the formal dedication and blessing of the diocese’s newest school to be built in 40 years. more
PAWTUCKET — Following a year in which five Catholic Schools were forced to close, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, students and local business leaders announced a new program to increase the affordability of Catholic school for families seeking a faith-based education for their children. more
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