A group of five consulting teachers from the Providence Public School Department’s Teacher Retention and Induction Network (TRAIN) participated in the Teach to Lead Conference in Boston as part of an initiative announced last year by U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan.
The Rhode Island Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association has named Classical High School the School of the Year and Michaela Keegan, principal of the Juanita Sanchez Educational Complex, Administrator of the Year for their support of school athletics. They will be honored at a banquet on April 2.
Creating change does not necessarily require broad heroic acts. Often, it’s the small steps taken by many individuals that can bring about a transformation.
World War II veteran left high school to answer his country’s call of duty
In a ceremony filled with pomp, accolades, broad smiles and a few tears, Domenic Giarrusso was awarded the high school diploma he sacrificed nearly 75 years ago for a cause far greater than himself.
In games played at the PCTA Field House, Nathan Bishop won the Providence Middle School Basketball Championship for both the boys and girls teams.
The boys team is coached by Galo “Ruben” Reyes and the girls team is coached by Richard Belisle and Rebecca Janeshefskie. Esek Hopkins was the boys runner-up and Nathanael Greene was the girls runner-up.
Great job to all our middle school teams!
For those who are attending college, the arrival of a care package filled with supplies and favorite foods is a special gift to be savored and shared. But a care package means much more than its contents; it shows that someone is thinking about you, supporting you, and cares enough to brighten your day.
The Providence Youth Guitar Ensemble, along with Feinstein/Sackett Street students in grades 3-5, performed at the 11th Annual Night of the Living Guitars concert at the Wheeler School in Providence on January 30.