WARWICK, RI — The Warwick School Committee unanimously approved a revised $170.3 million 2020 school budget Tuesday. The budget includes a reduction of $596,739 in staff costs. “It’s transparent and […]
WARWICK — As Warwick Public Schools’ policy on SunButter and jelly sandwiches for students with unpaid lunch accounts made national news, the Policy Subcommittee advised allowing all students their choice […]
WARWICK, RI — Four months after the Warwick City Council approved $3 million set aside for the School Department contingent on a settled teacher’s contract and six months after the agreement was ratified […]
The Warwick School Committee voted to turn the former school administration building at 34 Warwick Lake Ave. back over to the city Tuesday night, the latest move in the district’s years-long building consolidation process.
With just five days left till the Warwick school year starts for grades K-7 & 9 Tuesday, with grades 8, 10, 11, and 12 starting Sept. 6, this year’s new 2017 bus routes have been made available online by the Warwick School Department.
WARWICK, R.I. — A day after 100 students demanded independent review of Warwick Public Schools’ special education practices, Councilman Ed Ladouceur was waiting on the RI Department of Education (RIDE)’s inquiry, noting a subpoena and/or depositions could be used if needed.
With just five days left till the Warwick school year starts for grades K-7 & 9 Aug. 31, then all grades Sept. 1, this year’s new 2016 bus routes have been made available online by the Warwick School Department.
The State Labor Relations Board has ruled the School Committee must honor the expired Teachers Union contract until a new one is agreed on, which would limit the number of teachers laid off this year to 20, not the 65 the board has announced it will let go.