The Rhode Island Board of Education and the Rhode Island Department of Education are thrilled to launch Rhode Island’s PK-12 strategic planning process, which will result in a statewide vision for education through 2020. The Rhode Island Council on Elementary and Secondary Education wants your input to direct our state's Strategic Plan for Education for the next five years. Click on the link below to take part in the survey.
The accountability system enables RIDE to: “I am glad that we have been able to honor schools from the majority of our school districts as 2014 Commended Schools, and I am particularly pleased that 18 high schools are among our commended schools this year,” said Deborah A. Gist, Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education. “Under our new Diploma System, these high schools have maintained high levels of proficiency while closing achievement gaps and supporting a high graduation rate. We will continue working to advance all schools toward greatness, with a particular concentration on helping our Priority and Focus Schools move forward with their approved plans for school transformation.” Continue Reading
Many of the offerings in Westerly are core classes or general education courses that can help students get started in their studies before they finish their degree-specific classes at the college's four campuses in Warwick, Newport, Providence and Lincoln.
Those studying at other colleges and universities also might consider fulfilling some of their general requirements at the Westerly satellite at a lower cost, then transferring the credits to their own institutions.
CCRI offers ACCUPLACER testing as well as its popular developmental courses in reading and math at the Westerly satellite. Call 401-825-2320 for testing schedules.
View course offerings and find more information at www.ccri.edu/westerly.
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Class of 2016:
Senator Jack Reed and U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse invite you to their annual U.S. Service Academy Day.
CCRI Knight Campus in Warwick.
Representatives from each of the academies will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information. For more information please contact Steven Ulser (Senator Reed's Office) at 401.943.3100 or Hollie Saunders (Senator Whitehouse's Office) 401.453.5294 or Click here for a printable flyer.
June will be here before we know it; so will YEARBOOKS!
Order yours today for $75.
Follow this link to pre-order your yearbook.
Come help plan your graduate's All-night Graduation Party!
Contact: Patty Lombardo for more information.
Mark your calendars for future meetings: 03.19.2015 04.18.2015 05.21.2015
Click the graph to get a printable list of all the activities. Please call the main office or your class advisor with any questions.
When: Thursday, March 19th
Where: WHS, Ward Building Room 103
Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30pm
ALL ARE INVITED!! Hope to see you there!
After this meeting, the monthly meetings will continue to be held on the 3rd Thursday of every month (3/19, 4/16, 5/21, 6/18). Contact: Jackie Gougon-Foss
Verification and Ethnicity forms that were mailed home at the end of summer - (four pages, w/ bright orange half-sheet attached) are due to the main office Friday, September 19th. Student Handbook forms are due ASAP. If you are missing forms call the main office (401.596.2109) or reprint them: