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Thomas Kenworthy, principal of North Kingstown High School, will bid farewell to the school he has led since 2010.
Ana Riley, Portsmouth's new superintendent, joined Portsmouth This Week's host Doug Smith to talk about her new job and the school district.
Portsmouth ended the most-recent fiscal year with a $425,000 surplus.
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont were in the top 10 of WalletHub’s "Best and Worst School Systems" list. Rhode Island was No. 31.
Croston had indicated he would cede the leadership post on the board after a series of accusations by fellow member Frederick Faerber that he has overstepped his authority as well as increas
Allegations come from a fellow committee member, who says Portsmouth School Committee chairman has been acting like a self-appointed superintendent, most-recently authorizing the pouring of
Croston, who took heat after he reportedly yelled at Hathaway School Principal Lisa Little earlier this year during a superintendent search committee meeting, said he'd step down by the end
The awards are based on academic merit and the scholarships go to two PHS students each year. The money comes from fundraising efforts led by the PBA, which included a road race in 2013 in a
Help us ask the right questions of the new superintendent, Ana Riley, who comes to Portsmouth after serving as superintendent in Dartmouth, Mass.
The committee will be appointing coaches for football, soccer, cross country, tennis and cheerleading at Portsmouth High School.
Schoonover will depart Portsmouth after serving many years as a teacher before becoming an administrator.
School Committee votes 7-0 to appoint Dartmouth Superintendent Ana Riley to the superintendent's job in Portsmouth.
A public meeting, during which much of the report's findings will be discussed, is planned for June 25 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Portsmouth Town Hall, 2200 East Main Road.
"We express our concern with the lack of professionalism on the part of the chairman of the School Committee in working with the members of the Portsmouth Leadership Team," the statement rea
Six members have reportedly resigned in just the past few days.
The annual Post Prom Party enters its 17th year this year with a funding boost after coming in first in The Herron Project's Purple and Proud After Prom Award program.
Portsmouth's assistant superintendent could be picked for the top job in nearby Somerset.
The session was funded by a $37,000 grant from Raytheon and each teacher got a curriculum guide and a materials kit to implement engineering activities in the classroom.