UPDATE – 3:07 p.m. July 12: Darlene Netcoh, president of the Warwick Teacher’s Union, said elements of the agreement, including class size and the assignment of special education teachers to […]
WARWICK, R.I. — The General Assembly has passed House Bill 5593 SUB A, extending expired contracts with teachers and municipal employees until successor agreements are reached, reversing the fortunes of the Warwick Teachers […]
Toll Gate’s Class of 2017 reflected on the sudden death of Principal Stephen Chrabaszcz and merging with Warwick Vets students Tuesday night, as well as hard-won good grades and personal […]
Friends and loved ones of Pilgrim High School’s 274 graduates gathered at CCRI Tuesday night for a commencement ceremony to celebrate the culmination of 13 years of hard work and […]
Tonight the Warwick City Council begins budget hearings at City Hall with the school department, which has requested $167, 016,615 for FY18, $1.7 million more than Mayor Scott Avedisian has […]
WARWICK, R.I. — Martin & Associates has spent the last 16 months behind the scenes at Warwick Public Schools, redesigning the district’s websites, writing press releases and acting as the […]
WARWICK, RI — About 50 parents, students, and teachers mustered their resolve and their umbrellas Monday afternoon to demand Warwick Schools put teachers, students, and the learning environment first.
The House approved legislation Wednesday sponsored by House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi to establish a free educational course for parents of students in driver’s education classes.
Eight Rhode Island high school seniors, including two Warwick residents, were recognized Wednesday at the Rhode Island State House with a Cox Communications scholarship.
Warwick, RI — Attorney Anthony Sinapi recently filed a petition to keep his Open Meetings Act suit against the Warwick School Committee from being quashed.
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, RI — When the contract impasse between the Warwick School Committee and the Warwick Teachers Union began in 2015, Superintendent Phil Thornton ended mediation that November in favor of […]