Curriculum Night 2018










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We need your help...

The Pawtucket School Department is committed to encouraging students to learn how to make healthy food and beverage choices. As part of this commitment, the School Department is looking at how to encourage water drinking in students. Dentists and Pediatricians agree that increasing water drinking and decreasing sugary drinks is important for children and adult health. As part of this initiative, the school department over the next few months will be replacing drinking fountains throughout the district to drinking fountains that have both the water fountain AND "bottle-fill" options (you can fill up a water bottle with cold water).

In addition, the school department is looking at how frequently juice and flavored milk is offered to children in the schools. Currently, juice is offered every morning and at COZ and flavored milk (chocolate, etc.) is offered at every breakfast and lunch. Under this a student could be taking a juice and flavored milk at breakfast, a flavored milk at lunch, and another juice at COZ.

4oz juice (offered at breakfast and COZ): 9g-13g 
Flavored milk (offered at breakfast and lunch): 20g (8g of added sugar) 

Serving of cookies: 14g
Serving of ice cream: 15g

We would like to hear from the parents and guardians of our students as we think about how we can encourage our students to drink fewer sugary drinks and instead drink more water. Please respond to the short three question survey.

Family Empowerment Awareness Training” (FEAT) Opportunity


We invite families to participate in a free one-day workshop, “Family Empowerment Awareness Training” (FEAT), to learn more about employment in the community for youth (14 to 21 years of age) with developmental disabilities on Saturday, March 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Paul V. Sherlock Center at Rhode Island College.
Here, families can learn more about transition information, job possibilities, services, programs, and resources to support and maintain employment, as well as anti-discrimination law details.
All of those resources are included and more - participants receive lunch, snacks, training materials, and the opportunity to network with other families, employees, and entrepreneurs. We encourage our families to check out this meaningful, beneficial workshop.
To register online and download the registration form, visit

Mailed registrations can be sent to: 
Sherlock Center, Rhode Island College
600 Mount Pleasant Ave., Providence, R.I. 02908
Attn: Elaine Sollecito
Registrations can also be faxed to 401-456-8150.
To make a reservation by phone, or for more information, call 401-456-2764.


  • Registration Information/Información de Registro

    PUERTO RICO EVACUEES: Please visit the registration center at 286 Main Street Pawtucket RI to fill out the necessary paperwork, get registered and proceed with the necessary testing. Registration and enrollment will not be held up due to a lack of immunizations records or academic records. However, depending on their travel history, a student may be asked to get a tuberculosis test. Please address any questions to


    EVACUADOS DE PUERTO RICO: Por favor visite el centro de inscripción en 286 Main Street Pawtucket RI para llenar el papeleo necesario, registrarse y proceder con las evaluaciones necesarias. El registro y la inscripción no se suspenderán debido a la falta de registros de vacunas o registros académicos. Sin embargo, dependiendo de su historial de viajes, se le podría pedir a un estudiante que se realice la prueba de tuberculosis. Por favor, envíe cualquier pregunta a

       Student Enrollment Form
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  • School Times and Contacts

    Students will retain last year’s lunch status (free/reduced/paid) until a new application is processed or until the end of the 30-day eligibility grace period.  The eligibility grace period will end on October 11, 2017.

Textbook loan program




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 2017-2018 School year should apply at the School Administration Building 286 Main Street, Pawtucket.

Application can be made 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 401-729-6301. Thank you for your cooperation.

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