May 16, 2022
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Hennessey Elementary kicked off their Move in May with Jump Rope for Heart. “Move in May” is an annual school wide initiative to increase the amount of physical activity we get each day. … more
Seekonk – Superintendent Dr. Rich Drolet and Martin Elementary School Principal Jennifer McKay are pleased to announce the appointment of Amanda Chamberlin as the new Assistant Principal of the … more
Dighton-Rehoboth- Superintendent of Schools Dr. Anthony C. Azar announced today that the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School will be getting a new track. The high school track has not been … more
DIghton Rehoboth’s Coach Bill Cuthberson garnered his 600th win while at the helm of the Falcon baseball team this past week. An accomplishment only eight other coaches in the state have … more
Hennessey students and staff came together to celebrate the HARD WORK, PERSEVERANCE and EFFORT that our students in Grade 3-5 exhibited during the administration of our ELA RICAS state testing in … more
Franklin, MA— April 7, 2022 — Health Career Juniors started their career path two years, just as COVID-19 struck. Despite the setbacks, the students who tested for their Certified Nursing … more
Electricity was not in the Hornbine School neighborhood until sometime in the 1920s. So, when there was a heavy snow, how did anyone know if school had been cancelled? According to students who … more
First and foremost, we would like to give a huge SHOUT OUT to the Hennessey Community, families, students and staff for their participation in SurveyWorks this year! We are leading in the state for … more
Hundreds of bright, pink flamingos will once again be landing all over East Providence signaling the start of spring! For $15 you may order a flock to land on the lawn of a fun-loving friend, family … more
Seekonk — Superintendent Rich Drolet and Principal Jennifer McKay are pleased to announce that Leslie Kneipfer has been hired as George R. Martin Elementary School’s newest technology … more
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