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PORTSMOUTH — As far as anyone could remember, it was the first time third-graders had ever presented a play at Hathaway School. more
PORTSMOUTH — It was only fitting that Jean-Paul Arsenault, a popular Portsmouth High School science teacher and advisor to the student Green Club, spoke to members of the Class of 2017 while … more
PORTSMOUTH — Charles E. Kenahan told the 92 graduates of Portsmouth Abbey School’s Class of 2017 Sunday to live their life with humility, not entitlement. It’s a lesson he … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Bay View Academy community recognizes those students who demonstrate above average scholastic achievement on a quarterly basis via the Honor Roll. A student in grade six … more
PORTSMOUTH — There’s a lot of creativity and energy bursting inside a small media room and attached classroom across from the Portsmouth High School library. Here, students learn … more
PORTSMOUTH — Friday morning, Portsmouth High School senior Grace Dooley wasn’t sitting in English lit class, or working on math equations. more
PORTSMOUTH — For years, various Portsmouth High School students have traveled to the Newport Area Career & Technical Center at Rogers High School to learn skills such as automotive … more
PORTSMOUTH — The school district will continue to use police with drug-sniffing dogs in periodic sweeps at Portsmouth High School, but will review its policy regarding such searches. more
PORTSMOUTH — Like she does with every faculty member, Portsmouth High School’s Diana White pestered Jean-Paul Arsenault for a picture when they first met in … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has written to Portsmouth High School Principal Joseph Amaral to express its “deep concerns” … more
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