The 2018 Kids Count Factbook about RI children was released to a record crowd of 570+ people – learn what was discussed at the release breakfast.
Kids Count RI compiles statistics annually to measure how RI’s children are doing. See this easy-to-read summary of the Factbook.
What do you know about the Dwares JCC? Did you assume it was just for Jewish people? Learn about the programs provided by this community center.
Amazing fish can be found in our local waters and you can see them at the Save The Bay Exploration Center & Aquarium in Newport.
The First Rule of Punk by Celia C. Pérez is this year’s Kids Reading Across Rhode Island (KRARI) book. Join the kickoff on May 19.
Brain Week Rhode Island runs March 10-18 with activities across the state – and most of its offerings are free.
This fall The Croft School will open on Providence’s East side with kindergarten and first grade classes. Apply by March 2.
Until March 1st, middle school and high school students can nominate a teacher for the “My Favorite Teacher Contest” at Barnes & Noble.
The loss of Eric Bulmer, owner of a science toy store, is huge for RI. Here is a link to an article about his passing and an interview he did in 2012.
Governor’s Workforce Board puts out grant solicitation to expand K-12 career-readiness activities, including high school internships.