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  • 2016-2017 Expanded Busing Plan

      The Pawtucket School Department is happy to announce the expansion of busing beyond grade 4 for the first time in history. The school committee has made the safety of our children in grades 5 – 8 a priority. Pawtucket historically has not bused all eligible students in grade 5 and beyond due to lack of funding. The committee vote was unanimous to keep children safe. Along with the unanimous committee vote there was the concern by members that some elementary school parents may face hardship from the later start times. Therefore, accommodations will be made for structured, morning supervision at each impacted school. 
    The policy for busing was on the public agenda on two different occasions in May 2016. Research reviewed by the policy subcommittee showed that districts that bus more students always have later and staggered times to accommodate more children who are eligible for bus services. In order to provide extended busing in grades K-8, the bus company had to stagger bus schedules to accommodate the need. This required a change in the start and end times for some schools.
    There are six (6) elementary schools that have a change in their start times. They are Baldwin, Fallon, Potter, Varieur, Cunningham and Winters. These schools will start at 9 AM. The new report time for students is at 8:40 am for breakfast.
    Parents who require early supervision due to hardship as a result of the time change impacting their employment may apply to the Early Supervision Program, which will begin at 8:10 AM. Applications for this program will be available on our website starting June 20, 2016.
    PSD will continue to release information for parents to have an opportunity to review as the new bus schedules are finalized. Any parent who has questions or concerns is asked to contact Assistant Superintendent, Kathleen Suriani. Please call 401-729-6328 to make an appointment or email Ms. Suriani at surianik@psdri.net.

     


    2016-2017 PSD SCHOOL HOURS

    AM BELL TIME

    PM BELL TIME

    AGNES LITTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    8:30 AM

    2:40 PM

    ELIZABETH BALDWIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    9:00 AM

    3:10 PM

    CURVIN MCCABE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    8:30 AM

    2:40 PM

    FALLON MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    9:00 AM

    3:10 PM

    FLORA CURTIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    8:00 AM

    2:10 PM

    NATHANAEL GREENE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    8:00 AM

    2:10 PM

    POTTER BURNS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    9:00 AM

    3:10 PM

    FRANCIS VARIEUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    9:00 AM

    3:10 PM

    VIRGINIA CUNNINGHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    9:00 AM

    3:10 PM

    HENRY J WINTERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    9:00 AM

    3:10 PM

    LYMAN B GOFF MIDDLE SCHOOL

    8:05 AM

    2:35 PM

    JOSEPH JENKS JUNIOR HIGH

    8:05 AM

    2:35 PM

    SAMUEL SLATER JUNIOR HIGH

    8:05 AM

    2:35 PM

    CHARLES E SHEA SENIOR HIGH

    8:00 AM

    2:30 PM

    WILLIAM E TOLMAN SENIOR HIGH

    8:00 AM

    2:30 PM

    JACQUELNE WALSH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

    7:50 AM

    2:20 PM

     

     











     

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Pre-K Registration

Applications are now available for state’s Pre-K Lottery 

The Rhode Island Department of Education has just announced that applications are now available for its Prekindergarten Lottery. If you live in Pawtucket  and if you have a child who will be 4 years old on or before September 1, 2016, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.

If your child is chosen by lottery, which will be held in early July, he or she will receive a high-quality prekindergarten education at no cost to you.  The lottery is open to all residents in Pawtucket, regardless of income. Classrooms reflect the income distribution of the community. 

The prekindergarten program day is six hours long. State prekindergarten funding does not pay for before or after-child care, but if you need that service, all of the programs can help you find a licensed program, and many of them accept state child-care assistance funds. 

Applications can be completed online, or downloaded here: (English application or Spanish application) and delivered directly to the participating Pre-K programs. 

Applications must be received by July 1. You can download the answers to frequently asked questions in English or in Spanish.

There are Two Head Start Classrooms at Elizabeth Baldwin Elementary and  two at Henry J. Winters Elementary. The link to apply for a spot at in the  Head Start Classrooms is http://www.cfsri.org/expansion-headstart.html

Where are the classrooms?

Pawtucket Schools: Fallon Memorial School (62 Lincoln Avenue) – 2 classrooms; Education Coordinator: Kathleen Suriani, phone number: 729-6300 or 729-6365 (applications available at 286 Main Street)

Ready to Learn Providence/Heritage Park YMCA Early Learning Center (333 Roosevelt Ave.) – 2 classrooms; Education Coordinator: Bethany Carpenter, phone number: 727-7050


Children’s Friend and Service, Dean Center (13 Legion Drive) – 1 classroom; 
Child Development Manager: Stacy Ethier, phone number: 401-721-9209


Applications are now available for state’s Pre-K Lottery; programs are in 11 RI cities and towns


Ready to Learn to operate classrooms in Providence and Pawtucket

The Rhode Island Department of Education has just announced that applications are now available for its Prekindergarten Lottery. If you live in one of the 11 communities where a prekindergarten program is located, and if you have a child who will be 4 years old on or before September 1, 2016, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.

DSC_0045If your child is chosen by lottery, which will be held in early July, he or she will receive a high-quality prekindergarten education at no cost to you. All of the 29 sites were selected by the state through a highly competitive process.

The lottery is open to all residents where prekindergarten programs are located, regardless of income. Classrooms reflect the income distribution of the community.

DSC_0002The prekindergarten program day is six hours long. State prekindergarten funding does not pay for before- or after-child care, but if you need that service, all of the programs can help you find a licensed program, and many of them accept state child-care assistance funds.

Ready to Learn Providence operates a Pre-K classroom in Providence on the Liston Campus at the Community College of Rhode Island. It also operates two classrooms with and at the Heritage Park YMCA Early Learning Center in Pawtucket.

DSC_0024If you live in a community where more than one prekindergarten program is located, you can apply to any or all of the sites. Applications can be completed online, or downloaded here (English application or Spanish application) and delivered directly to the participating Pre-K programs.Applications must be received by July 1.

You can download the answers to frequently asked questions in English or in Spanishhere.


Where are the classrooms?

The State Pre-kindergarten Program sites for the coming school year (2016-17) are:

Applications are now available for state’s Pre-K Lottery; programs are in 11 RI cities and towns


Ready to Learn to operate classrooms in Providence and Pawtucket

The Rhode Island Department of Education has just announced that applications are now available for its Prekindergarten Lottery. If you live in one of the 11 communities where a prekindergarten program is located, and if you have a child who will be 4 years old on or before September 1, 2016, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.

DSC_0045If your child is chosen by lottery, which will be held in early July, he or she will receive a high-quality prekindergarten education at no cost to you. All of the 29 sites were selected by the state through a highly competitive process.

The lottery is open to all residents where prekindergarten programs are located, regardless of income. Classrooms reflect the income distribution of the community.

DSC_0002The prekindergarten program day is six hours long. State prekindergarten funding does not pay for before- or after-child care, but if you need that service, all of the programs can help you find a licensed program, and many of them accept state child-care assistance funds.

Ready to Learn Providence operates a Pre-K classroom in Providence on the Liston Campus at the Community College of Rhode Island. It also operates two classrooms with and at the Heritage Park YMCA Early Learning Center in Pawtucket.

DSC_0024If you live in a community where more than one prekindergarten program is located, you can apply to any or all of the sites. Applications can be completed online, or downloaded here (English application or Spanish application) and delivered directly to the participating Pre-K programs.Applications must be received by July 1.

You can download the answers to frequently asked questions in English or in Spanishhere.


Where are the classrooms?

The State Pre-kindergarten Program sites for the coming school year (2016-17) are:

Textbook loan program

CITY OF PAWTUCKET 

TEXTBOOK LOAN PROGRAM FOR 

PAWTUCKET NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPILS


Parents of Pawtucket residents pupils, attending non-public schools, who wish to borrow Science, Math and Modern Foreign Language textbooks and/or English Language Arts, History and Social Studies (Kindergarten through Grade 12) for the 2016-2017 School year should apply at the School Administration Building 286 Main Street, Pawtucket.

Application can be made from June 23 – 27, 2016 Monday Through Friday, between the hours of 8:30 am and 12:00 pm.

Those requesting text books must provide proof of Pawtucket residency as well as the correct title, author, publisher, ISBN number and the copyright date for each textbook. Textbooks must be on the list of approved by the State Department of Education. Paperbacks and workbooks are not included in the program. All textbooks borrowed last year must be returned before new request can be processed. Damaged or lost textbooks must be paid for before new books can be ordered.

Please call Maria Cordeiro if you have any questions or concerns at 401-729-6304. Thank you for your cooperation.

Click here for the textbook loan form

 

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