Principal Michaela Keegan Named First-Year Principal of the Year by RIASP

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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.

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Opportunity by Design High Schools Welcome Students And Their Families

Francy Lopez and other parents have fun with balloons labeled with words they hope will describe the new high school environment.

Francy Lopez and other parents have fun with balloons labeled with words they hope will describe the new high school environment.

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.

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Daddy Yankee is Guest Principal for the Day at PCTA

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Latin music star Daddy Yankee enjoys the crowd at PCTA as he helps the school to celebrate its first-place win in the Get Schooled National Attendance Challenge.

This past Tuesday was one day of school that students at the Providence Career and Technical Academy definitely wouldn’t have wanted to miss.

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E-Cubed Academy Forms RI’s First High School Chapter of the NAACP

From left are: E-Cubed student Medgine Barionnette; Armani Madison, president of the NAACP chapter at Brown University; Jordan Seaberry, chairman of the Univocal Commission and a victim advocate at the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence; E-Cubed student Piaja Brooks and NAACP Providence Branch President Jim Vincent.

From left are: E-Cubed student Medgine Barionnette; Armani Madison, president of the NAACP chapter at Brown University; Jordan Seaberry, chairman of the Univocal Commission and a victim advocate at the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence; E-Cubed student Piaja Brooks and NAACP Providence Branch President Jim Vincent.

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.

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Hope Alumni Present More Than $24,000 in Scholarships

This year’s Hope High School Dollars for Scholars winners are, from left, Jazmin Deleon (Anthony Medal), Steve Poueriet, Shiva Karki, Kathleen Bonne-Annee, Alanis Concepcion, Daniella Habib, Pascaline Uwase, Loriane Rodrigues. Missing from photo are: Justin Crespo, Nathalie Rosado, and Jeremiah Monteiro (Anthony Medal).

This year’s Hope High School Dollars for Scholars winners are, from left, Jazmin Deleon (Anthony Medal), Steve Poueriet, Shiva Karki, Kathleen Bonne-Annee, Alanis Concepcion, Daniella Habib, Pascaline Uwase, Loriane Rodrigues. Missing from photo are: Justin Crespo, Nathalie Rosado, and Jeremiah Monteiro (Anthony Medal).

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.

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Hope JROTC Celebrates 20th Year

Leads Opening Day parade in Silver Lake, holds Military Ball and participates in Annual Raider Competition

Members of the JROTC Color Guard perform at the Military Ball. From left are Scott Garabian, Michael Torres, Ryan Vongkaisone, Manny Rivera, Albert Rosato and Axel Pena.

Members of the JROTC Color Guard perform at the Military Ball. From left are Scott Garabian, Michael Torres, Ryan Vongkaisone, Manny Rivera, Albert Rosato and Axel Pena.

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.

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Mayor Elorza and Supt. Lusi Honor Providence Teacher of the Year Diane Ciccarone

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Supt. Lusi, joined by Mayor Elorza, congratulates Diane Ciccarone, Providence’s Teacher of the Year for 2015.

 

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.

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