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Each year, Cranston Public Schools provides a list of who's who and who's new in the district's administration and various buildings. This year the building administrators remain largely the same, with the addition of new assistant principals at Hope more
Federal public health departments aren't perfect. State public health officials are slightly less perfect. School Committees aren't public health officials. So their public health decisions are bound to be far from perfect. One theme united two very more
By RORY SCHULER Police removed three Cranston men from Monday night's School Committee meeting. Tempers flared throughout the two-hour public forum, as passionate pleas from parents on both sides of the masking debate took turns making their case. In more
Cranston Public Schools is pleased to congratulate Hope Highlands Middle School seventh-grader Caden Baum and his competition faculty advisor, Hope Highlands science educator Paul Spencer, on this year's Rhode Island middle school first-place win in the more
Saint Raphael Academy congratulates students from Cranston who have achieved honor roll status for the third quarter marking period in academic year 2020-21. They are: Highest Honors Grade 9: Clare Bradley Grade 10: Olivia Harris, Carina Sylva Grade 11: more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Turnout didn't reach the level officials had anticipated, but well over 100 students received their initial dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 shot Monday as Cranston played host to the state's first high school vaccination clinic. "After more
To the Editor: Joseph H. Crowley, who has a history of making excuses for underperforming public schools, has predictably joined what economist Thomas Sowell calls the war on charter schools ("McKee is right, but has it backward," April 8). Crowley takes more
By JOSEPH H. CROWLEY Recently, Gov. McGee was quoted in the Providence Journal. Gov. McGee is absolutely right in his quote, "Now is the time to focus on creating more high quality educational opportunities for all students, not fewer." Unfortunately, more
In the rapidly accelerating debate over charter school expansion in Rhode Island, it has become apparent that we can offer no easy answer to the simple question: Are more charter schools a good thing for students in the state? However, this does not mean more
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