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By JOHN HOWELL The city is faced with a compressed schedule to get a question on the 2022 ballot asking voters if they support a bond to build new schools to replace Pilgrim and Toll Gate. The first of those deadlines is Feb. 15. Not only is February more
The Warwick School Committee has a new vice chairperson after the Committee voted unanimously in favor of picking David Testa to the position.  Testa replaces Nathan Cornell who served as … more
The last time a new high school was built in Warwick was 51 years ago when Toll Gate High School was built.  Now the Warwick School Committee is hopeful that not one but two new high schools … more
What has been the biggest challenge(s) regarding COVID since coming back from Christmas break? Warwick School Department Supt. Lynn Dambruch said the answer to that question is the same challenge … more
Mascot is here.finally The Warwick Neck School PTA had planned on having the school's mascot - a wildcat - arrive earlier in the academic year, maybe even for Halloween. But like so many other things, the wildcat got caught in the supply chain. So, more
By JOHN HOWELL In an effort to give third to fifth grade students who have slipped behind in math and English Language Arts a boost, the Warwick School Department will initiate one-hour academies in addition to the regular school day starting in more
When Warwick Neck School teachers Cathy Maguire and Dana Scolano thought of recognizing Alan Shawn Feinstein the  philanthropist who initiated the program that … more
By JOHN HOWELL The numbers are terrible. Following the trend across the state, math and English test scores in Warwick schools for grades 3 through 8 fell in the past two years with Warwick lagging behind its neighbors. But far from being defeated, more
Throughout the pandemic the Warwick School Committee along with other public bodies across the state live streamed its meetings, through Zoom, Youtube and on other platforms.  While public … more
To the Editor: Warwick schools have been much in the news of late with the departure of the Superintendent, the discussion of the 2022 budget, and the weighing of options for the renovation of the high school buildings. What might have been lost in the more
Sherman School teacher assistant Amy Harnedy was not properly quoted in the Sept. 30 edition of the Warwick Beacon. The remarks attributed to her were made by a teacher. The quotes have been deleted from the online version of the paper. The Beacon more
For the last few months members of the Warwick Public Schools administration have been working with Balanced Rock Energy as they explore the feasibility of leasing space on school property to a solar … more
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