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The Connections Program, as it is called, was created prior to the pandemic as a means of providing additional social-emotional support to students throughout the entire district with a licensed therapist to provide those supports in a classroom setting. more
Also included in the potential amendments are changes to the length of terms for Town Council members, changes to the budget process, and a proposal to make certain existing ad hoc commissions part of the official charter language. more
The Mt. Hope softball team  clinched the Division II South title as they out slugged Portsmouth 8-4 during a home game on Tuesday afternoon. The Huskies are 16-0 in league play with one game … more
Starting pitcher AJ Jones struck out five as the Mt. Hope baseball team edged La Salle 1-0 at Guiertas Field on Tuesday afternoon. The Huskies swept the two game series with the Rams and clinched … more
Rhode Island's 2021 Principal of the Year recently learned that she does not currently have the support of a majority of the Bristol Warren School Committee to get a new contract this summer. more
The application to transform the building was put forth by an existing Warren business owner — Matthew King, who owns and operates the Taco Box near the intersection of the bike path and Child Street. more
News has emerged that a 5-4 majority of the Bristol Warren School Committee is not in favor of extending the contract of Mt. Hope High School Principal Deb DiBiase. more
Mt. Hope starting pitcher Brad Denson struck out ten in a complete game, two hit shut out as the Huskies beat La Salle 3-0 in Providence on Thursday afternoon. more
The award is intended to recognize distinguished teachers, to strengthen their knowledge of the origins and development of American constitutional government. more
Warren Police activity from May 9-16, 2022 more
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