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2019 Educator Recognition Celebration

2019 Educator Recognition Celebration

This past weekend, two of our EWG staff members were honored at the annual teacher recognition ceremony in Providence. Bob Ross was named the RI Association of School...

EWG High School Students Graduate Electric Boat Shipbuilding Course

EWG High School Students Graduate Electric Boat Shipbuilding Course

Exeter-West Greenwich High School pipefitting students and instructors (Left to right) Instructor Jude Pescatello, Matthew Musk, Colin Couture, Evan Richards, Cameron...

Internet Safety

Internet Safety

You may have heard a news story regarding the "Momo Challenge". The Prevention Action Alliance has published some parent tips with some details of this particular threat...

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Robin Cerio

Robin Cerio

11 months ago

RI BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION ALERT MESSAGING PROGRAM The best way to be informed about school closings, delays, and early dismissals is through the RIBA Alert Messaging Program. Visit your favorite radio or television website now to register for ALERT MESSAGING to your cell phone. Be notified immediately when there is a cancellation, delay or emergency message relating to your child's school. ALERT MESSAGING registration for the RI Broadcasters Association cancellation system can be found on radio and television stations home page or under the weather tab. Here is the link for WPRI: https://www.wpri.com/news/enews-alerts#text

Robin Cerio

Robin Cerio

6 days ago

School Committee Meeting, December 10, 2019 --https://opengov.sos.ri.gov/Common/DownloadMeetingFiles?FilePath=\Notices\4067\2019\350728.pdf

Special Education

Special Education

11 days ago

SELAC Movie Night December 13, 2019 Polar Express https://5il.co/ax4k

Special Education

Special Education

about 1 month ago

Check this out ~ Sensory Night at Roger Williams Zoo https://5il.co/asrx

Robin Cerio

Robin Cerio

3 months ago

FIELD TRIP UPDATE - A message from the Superintendent At the last School Committee meeting, the field trip policy amendment (#8604) was presented and passed to reflect changes to the interpretation of the law regarding funding and charging families. Our policy maintains maximum flexibility in securing funds to offer as many meaningful, curriculum-based field trips as possible. Fundraising, grants, donations from community members/parents, or sponsorship from organizations such as PTO are all acceptable ways to fund trips, within the parameters of the amended policy. School principals and field trip organizers can answer specific questions about individual trips. We will continue to monitor implementation of this policy, as well as activity at the state level, to determine if any adjustments need to be made to our current plan.

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