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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
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth High School Principal Joseph Amaral said his decision to have police and K-9 units periodically sweep the school for drugs was based primarily on concerns that some … more
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth High School is the third-best high school in the state, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings. The school earned the media … more
PORTSMOUTH — Citing the “proliferation of illegal substances, such as marijuana and other controlled substances among young people,” Portsmouth High School Principal Joseph … more
PORTSMOUTH — Erika Magilton said she’s seen a noticeable change in the way her students interact and work together since a Makerspace was established at Melville School last … more
PORTSMOUTH — Ryleigh Hackley and Emma Myers used half a box of spaghetti strands to build a bridge less than 20 inches long, but which supported 11.6 pounds of added weights. Just think … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School Drama Club staged its production of “The Wizard of Oz” Friday through Sunday at the school. Scroll through our photos for images from … more
PORTSMOUTH — There were a few more shades of gray at Portsmouth Middle School Friday, and students were all the happier for it. The school held its annual Intergenerational Day on Friday in … more
PORTSMOUTH — The School Committee set aside a good portion of Tuesday’s meeting to celebrate local student Scholastic Music and Art Award winners for 2017. Here are the students … more
A decision to eliminate the three house leader positions at Portsmouth Middle School starting next year was criticized by several people at Tuesday’s School Committee meeting. more
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