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The Providence Center School’s Science Fair, a Success!

Posted: Thu, June 08, 2017
By: Kaitlyn Barnett Students from The Providence Center School (TPCS) recently took part in a science fair showcasing unique projects and talents.  The students worked individually on projects and were able to choose experiments from a range of subjects including biology, chemistry, and geology, among others. With such a broad...

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TPC School’s Rosetta Spino: Bridging the Gap in Technology Education

Posted: Fri, January 29, 2016
Technology: An Necessity in Special Education For students these days, technology is much more than just the video games they play after school.  Technology is ever-present in schools, and a huge number of jobs require some amount of technological knowledge. To keep up with the fast-paced digital world, The Providence...

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What Parents of Teens in Recovery Need to Know

Posted: Wed, January 20, 2016
Advice from experts at Anchor Learning Academy, Rhode Island's first recovery high school As a parent or guardian who is addressing addiction issues involving their teen, feeling overwhelmed is natural. But, says Anchor Learning Academy director Elizabeth Conley, finding the right supports for your family will help you. “Parents of...

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RI Education Commissioner Visits Anchor Learning Academy

Posted: Fri, December 18, 2015
RI Education Commissioner Dr. Ken Wagner met today with staff, students and parents from Anchor Learning Academy, RI's first recovery high school for students in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction operated by TPC. Anchor Learning Academy director Elizabeth Conley described what makes the school different: “Most public school environments...

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TPC Students Go Behind the Scenes at WaterFire

Posted: Wed, October 28, 2015
Vocational program gives students hands-on work experience On Saturday nights during the summer, nearly 100 bonfires illuminate Providence, sparkling along the river while downtown bustles with visitors from near and far. As a non-profit arts organization, WaterFire relies on volunteers to support its staff as they prepare for each celebration....

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