Update on Travel Protocols for Students:
As of April 1, 2021 and moving forward*, The Pawtucket School District’s policy regarding student travel and quarantine lengths is as follows:
Any student traveling to a state that is listed on the RIDOH’s “hot spot list” will be required to quarantine for 10 days. The first day of quarantine is the child's first full day back in RI. The list from RIDOH changes weekly, please be sure to check the "hot spot list" before traveling and when you return. If the state is listed on the “hot spot list” On the day the child returns to Rhode Island, a quarantine is required. Here is the link to the site- Click here
Any student traveling out of the country, will be required to quarantine for 14 days. The first day of quarantine is the child’s first full day back in Rhode Island.
This policy is subject to change at any time due the changing conditions of COVID-19 and restrictions by RIDOH. The School Department continues to coordinate with RIDOH and we will provide updates as they become available.
*if a student is currently serving a 14 day quarantine for travel, they must finish the 14 day quarantine. This updated policy is applicable to travel from April 1st and until further notice.
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During the current Covid-19 situation we are unable to post a menu online based on availability of products, distribution, and other underlying factors.
However, please visit Pawtucket Food Service Program on Facebook after 10:30 a.m. Monday through Friday to find out what the daily breakfast and lunch being served will be. Anyone under the age of 18 is eligible for free meals. Child must be present to receive meals, per the current USDA regulations.
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Please check often for updates: http://pawtucketri.com/COVID19
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equipment rental fees associated with the high‐speed Internet program.
Who is eligible for the $9.95 Cox high‐speed Internet through C2C?
Families with at least one child receiving free school meals through the National School Lunch Program
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How should families apply for Cox’s low‐cost Internet service through C2C?
Eligible families can apply online by visiting www.connect2compete.org/cox or calling toll free 1‐855‐
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