Weekly Update 11/28

Happy Hanukkah

Wishing families a happy and safe Hanukkah.


Just a friendly reminder for families to be sure your child comes to school each day with a mask.

AM Drop Off Update

The changes made to AM dropoff have made a positive impact on the traffic on Pleasant View Ave. When letting students out of cars, please pull up beyond the sidewalk so multiple cars may let students out at one time. Thank you!

Senior Fashion Show

The Class of 2022 will host the annual Senior Fashion Show on Friday, December 3rd at 7 pm. Tickets are on sale this week at the high school.

All Lit Up Christmas Parade

Saturday, December 4th, 4 pm

Holiday Story Fest

Winter Sports Begin 11/29

Tryouts begin for winter athletics on 11/29/21. All athletes must be registered and have a current physical on file prior to practice.

No School – December 16th

Reminder – No school for students on December 16. Staff has a professional development day.

Talk. They Hear You. Talking with your teen about alcohol, drugs and choices W/ Colleen Judge and Diane Ferrara – December 1, 6:30 pm

Parents are the leading influence on teenagers’ decisions about drinking and other substance use. Many caregivers wonder how to approach this topic in a way that young people will listen. It’s not a one-time
conversation but an ongoing process that can be simple and honest. What you say, how, and when you say it matters. Young people are more likely to listen if they know you are on their side. This webinar will offer strategies for connecting with youth in ways that will optimize your role as a parent to prevent substance use and support wellbeing.

Diane Ferrara is a clinical supervisor at Rhode Island Student Assistant Services where she has been employed since 2001. She spent 19 of those years as the student assistance counselor at Pilgrim High School in Warwick. Prior to that, she had a 12-year career in early childhood education. In addition, Diane has been in private practice since 1999. She received her BS in Human Development, Counseling, and Family Relations from URI and her MSW from Boston University.

Colleen Judge is Director of School-Based Services at RI Student Assistance Services. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 25 years of experience in the counseling field including providing substance use prevention and early intervention services in schools as a Student Assistance Counselor and individual and family therapy in private practice. Colleen received a master’s degree in Human Development and Family Relations from the University of Connecticut. She has her own personal experience raising four young adults.

Please sign up here.

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