October 15, 2019
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On Thursday, October 10th, Save Our Schools was able to register and/or pre-register over 20 Dighton-Rehoboth voters at a registration event during lunches at the high school! Students filled out … more
Dr. Anthony C. Azar, Superintendent of Schools, enjoyed a night out at our local libraries recently sponsoring Library Card Night for our two elementary schools. It was a great opportunity for … more
Please join us and make 40 years a success! Date: Saturday, November 30th Where: Finn’s Harborside, 38 Water Street, East Greenwich, RI Time: 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM Tickets: $50 per … more
Show you care for East Providence students! Scholarship Foundation of East Providence is seeking sponsorships and ad sponsors to support their annual Holiday Breakfast at East Providence High School … more
Tony Gugliotta has gone from being in front of a camera to being behind one as an instructor of television production at Seekonk High School. Gugliotta, 39, was a reporter at Providence’s … more
The Dighton-Rehoboth school committee voted Monday to reset the 2020 district assessments for the two towns. As a result, Rehoboth will be paying an additional $60,000 while Dighton will see its … more
Dates to RememberSept. 23 Picture Day Sept. 24 School Committee 6:30pm DRRHSOct. 8 School Committee 6:30pm DRRHSOct. 11 No School- Teacher WorkshopsOct. 14 No School- Columbus DayOct. 22 School … more
Great to Be Back! – Palmer River students received a heartfelt “welcome back” from their teachers and our Rehoboth Police Officers. Pictured Left, Sargent Rossi gives each student a … more
Franklin- Gerry’s Place, the student-run restaurant at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School reopened for the school year on Wednesday, September 17, with a limited menu. To … more
This was the fifty-first year that school children, from Rehoboth and surrounding communities, have attended the Hornbine School to re-enact a school day from the 19th century. This October, Palmer … more
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