Dr. Michaela Keegan, principal of the Juanita Sanchez Educational Complex (JSEC), was recently named First-Year Principal of the Year by the Rhode Island Association of School Principals (RIASP). On May 20, her family and Providence Schools colleagues were on-hand as she was recognized at the association’s annual banquet.
The future principals of Providence’s new Opportunity by Design High Schools, scheduled to open this fall, joined with Mayor Jorge Elorza, members of the Providence School Board and school administrators to welcome incoming students and their families during a Welcome Event held on May 19 at the Providence Career and Technical Academy.
This past Tuesday was one day of school that students at the Providence Career and Technical Academy definitely wouldn’t have wanted to miss.
E-Cubed Academy has launched the first high school chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the State of Rhode Island.
Hope High Dollars for Scholars®, an affiliate of Scholarship America, presented 11 Hope High School seniors with scholarships totaling $24,500 at its Second Annual Awards Dinner held on May 12.
Leads Opening Day parade in Silver Lake, holds Military Ball and participates in Annual Raider Competition
The Hope High School Blue Wave Battalion is enjoying a busy spring of ceremonial events and competitions as the unit celebrates its 20th year at Hope High School.
As the very young first-grade students at Carl G. Lauro Elementary School sat as quietly as they could in the school cafeteria, they applauded their classmates who were receiving third-quarter awards for attendance and achievement in math. The state’s largest elementary school, Lauro’s nine first-grade classes filled half of the large room.