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CRANSTON— Due to declining enrollment and required costly fire code upgrades, after years of discussion and study relative to maintaining a school, St. Matthew Parish has received approval to close its school at the end of this academic year. more
WAKEFIELD — Did you know that every day, 36 people in the United States die, and approximately 700 more are injured in car accidents that involve an alcohol-impaired driver? Those numbers are according to the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta. more
PROVIDENCE - Holy Ghost School, a fixture in the city’s Federal Hill neighborhood since 1923, faces possible closure in June without additional enrollment and financial support. more
SWANSEA, Mass. — Hundreds of teachers and administrators from throughout Rhode Island gathered March 22 at the Venus de Milo Restaurant for the annual Diocese of Providence Catholic Educators’ Symposium. more
RIVERSIDE— Da Min Ko is much like your average teenager. She loves spending time with her friends, listening to music, and cheering on her favorite figure skating duo in the Winter Olympics. But fifteen-year-old Da Min made the sacrifice for the future of her education to travel more than 6,800 miles from her home in Seoul, South Korea to attend a Rhode Island Catholic school. more
PROVIDENCE — The State House opened its doors for diocesan students, faculty, and parents from across the state to celebrate the importance of Catholic education not only for the church, but also for Rhode Island. more
PROVIDENCE — To conclude its observance of Black History Month, the Office of Black Catholic Ministry hosted its annual celebration at St. Michael’s Church in Providence Saturday. more
PROVIDENCE—With an iPhone in hand, La Salle Academy Junior Kevin Blais has always had a fondness for new technology. Along with being curious about the next best smartphone, he wondered what to do with old devices that he no longer used. He decided to put his love of technology to good use by helping victims of domestic violence. more
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
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