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On May 5, in celebration of Rhode Island Law Day, Cranston High School East and West students were able to learn about careers in the legal field, including attorneys, judges, and law enforcement … more
On May 18, Cranston Public Schools World Language teacher Rebecca Hobin will be awarded the Rhode Island Foreign Language Association Novice Teacher of the Year Award. Hobin, who has been in the … more
Thanks to Cranston High School East World Language Department Chair Amy Ricci-Tum and Cranston High School West World Language Department Chair Lauren King, a thick braid of kindness has been woven … more
Most adults fondly recall the day they received their first library card. Holding that card for the first time was both a rite of passage and a ticket to freedom via the imagination. Due to various … more
Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Angélica Infante-Green awarded citations to students for career and technical education month and recognized Teacher Edd Spidell for over 30 … more
Cranston East and West were filled with music on Feb. 13 and Feb.  14 when the district welcomed the United States Air Force Full Spectrum Band to perform at the schools. The Full Spectrum Band, … more
According to Raymond Two Hawks Watson, racism is real, but race is not. The founder and CEO of the Providence Cultural Equity Initiative joined Cranston Public Library and OneCranston Health Equity … more
The national tour of the time-honored family musical “Annie” kicked off Jan. 31 at the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC). The tour, which runs through 2024 and is scheduled to stop … more
Cranston High School East administrators learned Dec. 7 that the school was chosen to receive a $10,000 prize from to assist in the implementation of a Computer Science Career and Technical … more
Joanne Evans of Cranston never saw herself as busy as she is today. A mother of four, new grandma, and soon-to-be two-time children’s author, Evans is jogging to keep up with the pace of her … more
By STEPHANIE BERNABA Stone Hill Elementary School students were treated to sensory delights on Nov. 23. The students, all in grades 3 through 5 and diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, … more
Just after noon on Oct. 26, a group of Park View Middle School eighth graders handed homemade cards and artwork created by their classmates to Lieutenant Governor Sabina Matos, to be sent to members … more
Cranston East held its homecoming parade this past Friday. Step off began at 5:55 p.m. at the school and the parade traveled down Park Avenue to Cranston Stadium. (Photos by Stephanie Bernaba) more
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