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Narragansett Incoming Kindergarten Survey 2020-21

Our incoming Kindergarten Parent Information Night will be on Tuesday, March 3rd at 5:30pm. This will be a night for parents to meet some of our staff and hear about our school. You will also register your student to come back for a screening in April. In the meantime, please fill out this pre-registration information on your student. Thank you so much!
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Thursday Folders ~ School Communications

Thursday Folders are a way of sending home notices electronically. These communications are emailed out to families each Thursday, before being archived in this location. Notices may include information about upcoming school events, extracurricular opportunities for students, and information about community events.
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October is Bullying Prevention Month

During the month of October, all K-5 students will receive targeted instruction on bullying prevention skills, including guidance on the role of the bystander. During this instruction, students will have the option to make a pledge to stop bullying from happening. Narragansett also develops activities to reinforce our Code of Conduct, fostering kindness throughout the school year.
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Socktober (Oct. 7-15)

Narragansett School is participating in "Socktober" again this year. We are collecting new socks, infant to adult, that will be donated to community agencies to insure that everyone has warm socks for the winter. Thank you for your contributions!
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NEW School Hours

PLEASE NOTE: We have added 20 minutes to the school day this year. School will start 10 minutes earlier (8:50) and end 10 minutes later(3:10) than last year. Students should arrive between 8:30 and 8:45, so they are ready to start their day at 8:50.
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Gorham High School Renovation Project

The Joint Gorham High School (GHS) Renovation & Expansion Committee & Athletic Capital Campaign Committee is currently examining the condition of our high school facility and athletic fields to determine our approach to addressing our very real needs. We gained a great deal of insight from the 1,000+ people that participated in our spring Thoughtexchange. We were thrilled to hear from so many community members, parents, staff members, and students. The committee is earnestly reviewing your input. We deeply appreciate your participation and we think it is important to share the results with you. Please take some time to review this website to learn more about what you, our community, shared about GHS. Thanks again for your participation and continuing interest in this important decision. Please stay tuned for the next steps of this process.
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