We have partnered with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, www.mlkccenter.org, to start a Food Bank at Tiverton High School. Families of Tiverton Public School students facing food insecurity may visit the Tiverton High School Food Bank on Wednesdays beginning April 10th. The food bank will be open on April 24th, May 8th, May 22nd, and June 5th from 3:15 pm - 5:15 pm. Summer hours are to be determined. When visiting the food bank, please enter through the main doors, and turn left after the office. The only requirement is that families will need to provide their students name(s) and number per household. Please contact Lee Ann McCarthy at lmccarthy@tivertonschools.org for more information.
about 2 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
Fort Barton's red carpet was hot for Lights. Camera, Read day! Students and staff went all out Hollywood style and enjoyed media and film related texts all day, popcorn included!
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ACEing Autism🎾 Visit the website for more information: https://aceingautism.org/programs/newport-ri/
2 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
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Reading Week at Fort Barton means loads of guest readers! We are thankful for everyone who came to visit, especially Officer Wilson and K9 Blue TPD!
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Fort Barton School kicked off Reading Week with a visit from renowned storyteller Len Cabral! Students loved hearing the dynamic and engaging stories from around the globe, and adding the own input to them! We are grateful to the fabulous @FortBartonPTO for sponsoring this amazing event.
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Attention parents: Kindergarten registration will close Friday April 12th. Register your child today! https://www.tivertonschools.org/o/tsd/page/student-registration
2 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
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Upcoming Spring Events and Activities! Check the flyers out for more information.☀️
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There are only SIX DAYS left for you to take the 2024 RIDE Family Survey. Don’t miss this critical chance to share your feedback with your school, district, and state. Your input is critical as we work to make our schools and district as good as they can be. You may complete the survey online using a computer, tablet, or smartphone by visiting the website bit.ly/ridefamily and choosing your child's school.
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
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Southcoast Ball Hockey!
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
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You don't want to miss this very informative workshop!
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
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The Parent and Community Forum which will be held in the THS Library on March 19th at 6:30pm will also be available live via Youtube. Link to Live Stream : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuvKQ0v8l9k Link to Tiverton Public Schools Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkLxjmnxymQxRGmsr19IMhg
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
Ranger School hosted Mad Science this week for their "Fire & Ice" interactive assembly! From dry ice fog to bodacious bubble showers, our students and staff shared in a fun an educational experience!
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
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Social Emotional Learning (SEL) A workshop for parents! March 20, 2024 at 6:00pm Tiverton High School Library
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
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SY 2024-25 District Calendar!
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
UPDATES & INFORMATION
Tiverton High School’s impressive mock trial season came to an end on Tuesday afternoon, coming up just short against the #1-ranked Wheeler High School team. THS enjoyed the incredible experience of a full-blown jury trial in Federal District Court before the Honorable Mary C. McElroy. THS represented the prosecution, with Maeve McHugh, Brendan Sowa, and Brooke Sowa serving as the attorneys. The witnesses for the trial were played by Morgan Pontagarca, Aidan Sweeney, and Olivia Manning. While the razor-thin defeat was disappointing, this year’s Final Four season was a rousing success. All but one team member will return to compete next season with the hope of taking the final step and winning the State of Rhode Island’s Sowa Cup. Tryouts for new members will take place in the Fall.
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
Tiverton High School’s impressive mock trial season came to an end on Tuesday afternoon, coming up just short against the #1-ranked Wheeler High School team. THS enjoyed the incredible experience of a full-blown jury trial in Federal District Court before the Honorable Mary C. McElroy. THS represented the prosecution, with Maeve McHugh, Brendan Sowa, and Brooke Sowa serving as the attorneys. The witnesses for the trial were played by Morgan Pontagarca, Aidan Sweeney, and Olivia Manning. While the razor-thin defeat was disappointing, this year’s Final Four season was a rousing success. All but one team member will return to compete next season with the hope of taking the final step and winning the State of Rhode Island’s Sowa Cup. Tryouts for new members will take place in the Fall.
Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
“Ranger students dazzled the crowd last evening at The Annual Ranger School Science Fair with their creativity, hard work and confidence as they presented to their peers, teachers, family and friends. We are so proud of all of our Junior Scientists! Ranger ROCKS!”
🌟 Happy School Social Work Week! 🌟 To all our incredible TPS social workers, thank you for your commitment to our students’ well-being and success. You empower students to overcome challenges, helping them thrive academically, emotionally, and socially. 🌱🌟 Pam Dowd, Alina Grimshaw, Katie Tavares, Kate Higginbotham and Kelley Reilly
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
🌟 Happy School Social Work Week! 🌟  To all our incredible TPS social workers, thank you for your commitment to our students’ well-being and success. You empower students to overcome challenges, helping them thrive academically, emotionally, and socially. 🌱🌟   Pam Dowd, Alina Grimshaw, Katie Tavares, Kate Higginbotham and Kelley Reilly
Click the link below to reserve your copy today, Yearbooks are limited! So be sure to grab one while you can! https://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A00000000
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
Click the link below to reserve your copy today, Yearbooks are limited! So be sure to grab one while you can!https://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A00000000
Tiverton students announced as VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen winners The Tiverton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5392 congratulate Tiverton High School students for participating in this year’s Voice of Democracy Contest. Students wrote essays and created voice recordings of their work based on this year’s theme, “What Are the Greatest Attributes of Our Democracy?” Caroline Durost placed first, Benjamin Simone placed second, and Ian Botelho placed third. At the middle school level, Tiverton Middle School students were honored for participating in the Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest. Students wrote essays based on this year’s theme, “How Are You Inspired by America?” Wesley Marchand placed first, William Ramos placed second, and Alexis Roy placed third. Pictured in the front row from left to right are Alexis Roy, Wesley Marchand, and William Ramos. Back row from left to right are Junior Vice Commander Stephan Greenwood, Benjamin Simone, Ian Botelho, Commander Charlie Mulcahy, and Senior Vice Commander Frank Peters. (Not pictured, Caroline Durost)
3 months ago, Tiverton Public Schools
Tiverton students announced as VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen winners   The Tiverton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5392 congratulate Tiverton High School students for participating in this year’s Voice of Democracy Contest. Students wrote essays and created voice recordings of their work based on this year’s theme, “What Are the Greatest Attributes of Our Democracy?” Caroline Durost placed first, Benjamin Simone placed second, and Ian Botelho placed third. At the middle school level, Tiverton Middle School students were honored for participating in the Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest. Students wrote essays based on this year’s theme, “How Are You Inspired by America?” Wesley Marchand placed first, William Ramos placed second, and Alexis Roy placed third.   Pictured in the front row from left to right are Alexis Roy, Wesley Marchand, and William Ramos. Back row from left to right are Junior Vice Commander Stephan Greenwood, Benjamin Simone, Ian Botelho, Commander Charlie Mulcahy, and Senior Vice Commander Frank Peters. (Not pictured, Caroline Durost)