Warwick, RI – The Warwick School Committee voted Tuesday at Warwick Veterans Jr. High to accept School Superintendent Phil Thornton’s recommendation to allow Norwood Elementary School Principal John Gannon’s contract to expire […]
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The Warwick School Committee cut $1.3 million to balance the FY2018 School budget during their special meeting Jan. 18, taking $250,000 budgeted for Chromebooks, $150,000 for software and $100,000 for […]
The Warwick School Committee unanimously approved the agreement reached Oct. 16 at City Hall between members of the Warwick School Committee and Warwick Teacher’s Union during their Nov. 15 meeting […]
Parents, members of the general public and School Committeewoman Karen Bachus called for the resignation of Superintendent Phil Thornton at Tuesday night’s School Committee meeting over the administration’s failure to […]
WARWICK, R.I. – Warwick celebrated the inauguration of Mayor Scott Avedisian, the City Council and the School Committee atT.F. Green ‘s Skywalk people mover Tuesday night.
The City has voted in Mayor Scott Avedisian for another term, elected three new Democrats to the City Council, incumbent Karen Bachus and newcomer David Testa to the School Committee, […]
Jennifer St. Jean’s Change.org petition encouraging people to register a vote of no confidence in the leadership of Superintendent Phil Thornton is more about changing top school officials’ approach to […]
Dean Johnson, 39, of Essex Road, lifelong Warwick resident and Army vet, ran for School Committee the first time in 2014 to make tough calls on School Consolidation, and hopes […]
David Testa, 53, of Narragansett Parkway, a Warwick citizen since 1992 and category manager for Gordon Food Service, has kids in Warwick Schools, IEP experience, and 15 years of careful […]
Construction upgrading Warwick Veterans Middle School and Pilgrim High School, in progress since June, continued Tuesday afternoon as Mayor Scott Avedisian, Superintendent Philip Thornton, and School Committee Chairwoman Bethany Furtado […]
The Warwick School Committee and Warwick Teacher’s Union disagree on whether 65 teachers should be laid off this year, or just 20, and settling that may happen in court.
If the School Committee and City Council each vote to release $5.2 million of $25 million in school improvement bonds voters approved in 2006, the City and School Department have […]