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EAST PROVIDENCE — Two of the city’s hallmark elementary schools will have new principals when the 2018-19 term commences in about six weeks time after the School Committee at its July 10 meeting … more
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth High School English teacher Julie Bisbano urged members of the Class of 2018 to think critically, go with their gut, be a dissenting voice when necessary and live … more
PORTSMOUTH — It’s a riddle, wrapped in a mystery and found inside an old pocketbook. more
PORTSMOUTH — A new program designed to ease the transition for incoming freshmen at Portsmouth High School once again faced questions from parents during an informational session last … more
PORTSMOUTH — A local student told the Town Council Monday night that high school should start later in the morning, and that most local teachers and students agree with him. Timothy … more
PORTSMOUTH — It was a four-way “tie” between an eighth-grader, two seventh-graders and a second-grader at Saturday’s Glow Run. The problem was, there was … more
PORTSMOUTH — The auditorium where a countless number of Kate Grana’s students sang and performed during her 30-plus-year teaching career will now bear her name. more
PORTSMOUTH — Members of the Portsmouth High School community recently gathered in the school’s auditorium for the 29th annual PHS “Book Awards.” Over 130 students were … more
PORTSMOUTH — Brian Cordeiro said he was impressed with Jeff Moniz’s ability to keep a secret. more
PORTSMOUTH — More than 900 Portsmouth High School students got a crash course in food waste Friday by sampling some culinary creations not usually found on most school lunch menus. PHS … more
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