Mr. Sean Kelly


899 Park Avenue

Cranston, RI 02910


7:00AM - 3:00 PM

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3rd Quarter Attendance Awards

Seniors Perfect Attendance: Zidane Antunes, Kevin Chen, Saiya Chik, Adrian Cruz, Johanna Duran, Steven Ellis, Jazzlie Galang, Andy Gomez Garcia, Calon Guan, Andy Huang, Kevin Li, Isabel Nagy, Pedro Sanchez, Alec Smith, Nickolas Stewart, and Moises Velasquez.
Principal's Attendance: Noelle Bisignano, Curtis Bitton, Christian Cayard, Qi Wen Chen, Genna Companatico, Hecmar Delgado, Chantal Duran, Dylan Edwards, Maylleline Espinosa, Angie Flores, Jose Joel Germosen Polanco, Yasmin Gonzalez, Zachary Heald, Hunter Hellested, Gabrielle Johnson, Kysha Johnson, Salena Kroeung, Jada Kun, Laura Lafargue,

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Cranston Hall of Fame Accepting Nominations

The Cranston Hall of Fame Foundation, a non-profit foundation established in 1980 by the City of Cranston is still accepting nominations for its Class of 2016. The application form is available by contacting Foundation President, Frederick Vincent,  at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or by contacting the Foundation's Secretary, Ms. Ann Volatile at  401-942-9308. Applications are also available at the Cranston Central Library. 

A completed application form along with a current resume may be sent to   The Cranston Hall of Fame Foundation, P.O. Box  3704,  Cranston, RI  02901-0704. The Selection Committee is accepting applications until Wednesday,  April 13, 2016. Successful nominations demonstrate  distinguished  achievements in one's chosen  field of endeavor on a local, state, regional or national level. Past inductees have been graduates of the Cranston Public School System (minimum of ten years since graduation), and have represented a wide and diverse career path including business, government, medical, legal, entertainment, educational and other fields. Selected applicants will be inducted at the Foundation's annual induction banquet to be held on October 21, 2016 at the West Valley Inn, West Warwick RI.

Contact Person: Frederick Vincent,


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Information for parents of 11th grade students

Immunization Requirements for all adolescents entering 12th grade

In accordance with the Rhode Island Department of Health Rules and Regulations Pertaining to Immunization and Testing for Communicable Diseases (R23-1- IMM), all adolescents entering the 12th grade are required to have the following immunizations:

One (1) dose of Meningococcal Conjugate (Meningitis) Vaccine

All adolescents entering 12 th grade are required to be up to date on their immunizations as well as have a physical exam.

An annual Influenza (flu) vaccination is now RECOMMENDED for all students.

Anatomy Class visits Harvard

Mrs Kamper's Anatomy class recently visited Harvard University.


PARCC Letter from Ms. Nota

Dear Cranston Public Schools Community,

As we approach this year’s PARCC testing period and having analyzed our results from last year, it is evident that we have accomplished much and also have work ahead of us as a district.  While standardized testing is a piece of how we assess student learning, it is important that parents, educators and the community understand that it is only one facet of our education system. For many years, standardized tests have been given to students and used as tools to refine curricula, examine course taking patterns, address learning gaps for students, etc. However, these tests do not singularly define our mission for children. Please keep these scores in perspective as results of tests, which provide useful data to us to ensure children are accessing high quality curriculum and which we are federally obligated to administer. PARCC is aligned with our expectations for students at every grade level, the work students do in class every day, and the skills that students will need for success beyond high school, including problem solving and critical thinking. We also know that a high quality education is reflected in graduation rates, college acceptance data, access to career and technical programs, arts, athletics and many other programs that are not measured by test scores.

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