The Newport School Committee is seeking community members interested in serving on several of the school committee subcommittees. Community members interested in the following sub-committees are asked to complete the interest form by clicking the headline above. Sub-committees interested in obtaining community members are: Career & Technical Education; District Strategic Planning; Facilities; Finance Advisory/Audit; Policy; Pre-K; Public Relations/Community Outreach; and Wellness.
Natalie K Pfanstiehl, a 1938 graduate of Rogers High School, has donated an award winning watercolor to the Roger High School Art Department in memory of her art teacher Mary Harvey.
Local educator, known for his ability to effectively work with both suburban and urban students, took the helm of Rogers High School today, Monday, December 1, 2014.
Pre-Kindergarten Fair (Birth to Age 5) will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2015. Come and learn about the Pre—K programs available to your child. Each Pre—K program will have its own booth. Take a tour of the new Pell Elementary School. Join your child in singing and face painting. Meet your friends, other children, and teachers during snack time.
The Rhode Island Broadcasting Association has the quickest and easiest way for the public to find out about statewide school closings with its text alert web page, allowing computer and mobile phone users to sign up for text message and email alerts. Click the link above and click through to the signup page.
Shortly before receiving the 2014 Brighter Futures Award, Senate President M. Teresa Paiva Weed (former Thompson student and RHS graduate) spoke with a group of Newport middle-school students on her responsibilities and beliefs as a member of the Rhode Island legislature.
The Newport Local Advisory Committee on Special Education hosted parents and friends on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at the Pell Center at Salve Regina University for the presentation of the 5th annual Patricia Beede Memorial Awards for Advocacy. Pictured is Denise Gaspar with Jamel Wills and Jakob McCallister.
Tucked behind the new Claiborne Pell Elementary School, nestled between basketball courts and the upper school playground, the Pell School Newport Community Garden continues to grow and thrive despite the fast approaching New England winter frosts.