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 agreed to share the cost of debt principal and interest fifty-fifty for the first year.
Warwick City Councillor Edward Ladouceur’s constituents have been talking about switching the Warwick School Committee from an elected to an appointed board, and he’d like to give the whole city a chance to weigh in on the question.
The Warwick City Council OK’d a ban on powered boats on Sand Pond and parking restrictions on Wells and Rowe Avenues Monday night before learning Judge Bennett R. Gallo will decide their fight to subpoena the School Committee for a copy of the “Ragosta Report” by week’s end.
The City Council voted 6-2 to subpoena the School Committee for a copy of the “Ragosta Report” on the handling of allegations of inappropriate conduct with students against Gorton Junior High School Science Teacher Mario Atoyan.
The Warwick City Council postponed votes on a subpoena of the School Department’s “Ragosta Report” on the handling of inappropriate student contact allegations against Gorton Junior High School Science Teacher Mario Atoyan and an invite to the School Committee to discuss it Monday night.
Warwick, RI – Sitting Councilors and School Committee members may hold their posts after close calls for two incumbents, with 1,306 absentee ballots an X-factor, particularly in the Dist. 1 School Committee race.
Warwick, RI – Patrick Maloney Jr., local businessman, Democrat and former Warwick School Committee member, wants to use his experience managing deficits and level funding at the School Department to make […]
Warwick, RI – Terri Medeiros, 56, Warwick resident for 10 years, director of The Romerry School Early Childhood Center, asks for another School Committee term Nov. 4 to continue working for students and make a fully informed decision on school consolidation.
Warwick, RI — Stephen Pope, 47, Warwick resident for 22 years, father of five including two fourth graders, is running for School Committee to get a crack at answering the school consolidation question, among other things.
Warwick, RI — Dean Johnson, 37, lifelong Warwick resident and Army vet, isn’t shy about tough calls, so when the School Committee discarded two school consolidation plans in favor of a consultant, he figured he could do better.