Warwick, RI — Attorney Anthony Sinapi recently filed a petition to keep his Open Meetings Act suit against the Warwick School Committee from being quashed.
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WARWICK, RI — Warwick Schools will end 2016 with a $191,000 surplus, may lay off 31 teachers, and will spend the next two summers repairing Warwick Veterans Jr. High’s HVAC […]
WARWICK, R.I. — It’s time for Mayor Avedisian to end his hands-off approach to the school department and show some leadership. Here are two suggestions.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated with comments from Councilmen Ed Ladouceur and Jeremy Rix on the substance of their discussion with Superintendent Phil Thornton and Warwick Fire Department […]
WARWICK, RI — Scouts from Troop 1 Gaspee Plateau had a front seat to the interaction between the Warwick City Council and the Warwick School Committee during the March 20 […]
The fire alarm systems have been broken at Holliman Elementary and Norwood Elementary schools since Feb. 24, a situation parents, most teachers, most of the Warwick School Committee, and the […]
WARWICK, RI — The Warwick City Council approved the Warwick School Department’s request to release the $4 million balance of a bond approved by voters in 2006, but not before […]
The Warwick School Committee accepted a new Warwick Public Schools 2017-2018 calendar on March 7, eliminating the full February vacation week, and Superintendent Phil Thornton’s office has just sent copies […]
WARWICK, RI — The Warwick School Committee accepted a school calendar eliminating February vacation, accepted a revised $163 million budget proposal and gave a cold reception to a new social […]
WARWICK, RI — The Warwick City Council can’t dictate how the School Department spends the $4 million bond they’re asking for, but can ask where it’ll be spent before they […]
WARWICK, RI — Welcome to the first week of March – here are a few things you’ll need to know as you plan the next seven days in the city, […]
WARWICK, RI — The Warwick School Committee voted unanimously to delay moving sixth grade classes to the district’s junior high schools until 2018, citing cost concerns during a brief special […]