• Welcome!

    ~A Little community making BIG dreams come true!~

    Summer is upon us and that means BIG things are happening in Pawtucket!

    Our Summer Program starts on Wednesday, July 5th-Thursday, August 3rd

    Monday-Thursday 8:30-10:30

    COZ  will run from July 5th until August 4th Monday-Friday 8:30-1:30 (Field Trips may be longer!!)


    Provides breakfast (8:00-9:00) and lunch (11:30-12:00) Monday-Friday  July 5th-August 4th.

    (All food must be consumed on-site and is provided on a first-come, first-served basis!)

    Thanks to all of our teachers, families and talented students for making our BIG Dreams Concert such a HUGE success!

    Agnes Little 3rd Grader Syaisa Vaz represented us at the 

    Commissioner's 2017 State of Education address on May 8th!

    In April we celebrated Mike Carney, our Superhero! 

    Congratulations to all of our Superheros for raising $2,209.80 this year!

    Mr. Carney not only maintains our building and grounds, but supports student learning and coaches our Thursday basketball sessions.  He is seen here as Captain Chemo, our Superhero kicking off our Pennies For Patients Fundraiser.  Our superheros are coming together to fight cancer!


    Thanks to Dr. Cornetta and Jen Briggs for coming to our school during February Dental Month to teach our Kindergarten students about good oral health!



    Our friends Paws and Sox joined us to kick-off our new Mentoring Program.  Thanks to the Paw Sox and the RI Mentoring Partnership for helping us to realize this opportunity!

    Go SOX!


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Principal's Letter


We are excited about the many learning opportunities

within our community, including:

                         Common Sense Parenting classes on Wednesday mornings from 8:30 to 10:30 AM                                     For information or to sign up, please call 401-214-4967

We are working so hard within our classrooms, with our student scientists learning about our local water sources with the Narragansett Bay Commission, our playwrights honing their craft through their work with the Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre, and our collaborative work with other artists at the JMW School for the Performing & Visual Arts.  We still have Superkids as our friends, are exploring number bonds and a variety of reading genres, and learning about Being a Writer!

In addition to violin and viola lessons provided by the RI Philharmonics, our COZ program now includes dance lessons taught by members of the Festival Ballet, Cub Scout Troop 33 (named in honor of our friends at the Amvets Post 33), and a wide variety of new and exciting opportunities.

Remember that it important for your child's success that they are:              

In school, 



Ready to learn!

 Our School Day is from 8:30 until 2:40 

Please remember that all Drop-offs and Pick-ups are in the back of the school and, for the safety of our children, to follow the traffic pattern and parking procedures and that dogs are not allowed on the school grounds.  Thank you!

Parent Resources

For more information about our Community School, supporting our families with parenting, school issues, health challenges, or special programs, please feel free to contact members of our team at 729-6297.

Kathy Kando~ School Nurse

Leah Hoffman~School Social Worker



Band Parent’s Meeting Gr. 5 at 6 PM in Library

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