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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.
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.
Cap and Gown
Please fill out and return to the main office by 11.25.2015
Class of 2016
Student Parking Sales Start August 17th
For summer reading this year, we have decided to give some options; each advisory can choose what they like from the Rhode Island Teen Book Award (RITBA) Nominees list. or students can choose from the list.
We have decided to promote the RITBA list because it consists of age-appropriate, popular reads covering a diverse range of interests (even a local book Swim That Rock by John Rocco & Jay Primiano). Each advisory will discuss their selected book/books in September.
We hope you enjoy your summer reads!
WHS Summer Reading Committee
PS: The book list is the 2016 list of nominees because students vote on their favorite book in February.
Starting Tuesday, August 18th the class of 2016 will have the opportunity to purchase an on-campus parking spot. Assignment is first come first serve. Spots cost $20 for the 2015-2016 school year we can take cash or checks (make checks payable to 'WHS Student Activities Fund' or 'WHSSAF'. Senior parking sales will continue through Friday, August 28th.
Starting Tuesday, September 1st the class of 2017 can enter their name into a lottery-style drawing for the remaining parking spaces. Names will be drawn Friday, September 4th and winners will be notified by email.
Please email Mrs. Tillinghast with any questions.
This Map shows the parking lot and spot numbers.
WHS Parking on Campus Policy *please note sale dates start 8/18 and paperwork MUST be returned by 8/29 for 2014-2015 school year
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