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By JEN COWART The school community at Cranston High School West recently had the opportunity to enjoy some extra-special PBIS reward and raffle events as the school year draws to a close. Two recent fundraisers, including a Tape not Vape" fundraiser and" more
Members of the Western Cranston Garden Club recently helped the kindergarten students in Amy Merlino's inclusion kindergarten class beautify the grounds at Garden City Elementary School. "We … more
By JEN COWART On March 21, the Cranston High School West Alumni Association hosted its first meeting seeking volunteers to help with the planned public-private partnership focused on renovating Cranston West's football field and athletic facilities. The more
By JEN COWART In February, Cranston High School West junior Nikolas Montaquila spent several days on a mission trip to Panama as part of the Northeast chapter of Volunteer Optometric Services for Humanity, or NEVOSH. The trip was sponsored by the Rotary more
By JEN COWART During Woodridge Elementary School's Reading Week the students had the opportunity to learn more about space travel and the solar system with a variety of guest speakers, presenters and readers from throughout the Cranston community. A" more
By JEN COWART An afterschool STEM program at Gladstone Elementary School designed to match up small groups of students with mentors for a months-long program meeting once weekly has received such an overwhelming response that a waitlist was created. more
By JEN COWART For the second consecutive year, Professor Niko Tracksdorf and his students from the University of Rhode Island's five-year, dual degree International Engineering Program recently paid a visit to Cranston High School East. The program more
DiPalma's legislation regarding net neutrality rules passes Senate The Senate passed legislation (2019-S 0040) introduced by Sen. Louis P. DiPalma (D-Dist. 12, Middletown, Newport, Tiverton, Little Compton) that would prohibit the state from entering more
By KELLSIE KING Students' laughter and joy filled the cafeteria at Oak Lawn Elementary School on May 28 as local storyteller Joe Theroux told children's tales of heroism and love. The assembly kicked off the beginning of the school's Reading Week, during more
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The Community College of Rhode Island has hired alumnus Dennis Cosmo of Cranston, who served in Iraq as U.S. Army Ranger, as veteran resource coordinator. In this role, Cosmo manages the hiring, training, scheduling and payment validation for 15 student more
Fighting hunger Twenty-five team members from Price Rite Marketplace stores across Rhode Island volunteered at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank on April 24. The team spent their time sorting and packing canned goods, condiments, cereals and assorted more
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