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Senior Project Presentation Day .....May 17th 2018

Please be advised that Thursday May 17th is North Smithfield High School’s “Senior Project Presentation Day”.  All students in both North Smithfield High School and North Smithfield Middle School, in grades 6-11 will be dismissed at 10:24 AM. No students other than 12th graders are to remain in the building after 10:24 AM.  Bag lunches will be provided to students participating in our lunch program prior to the early release.  Bus transportation will also be provided at that time. 

Northmen Night! April 5th 6:00-7:30pm

Come visit us here at North Smithfield High School this Thursday evening, April 5th from 6:00-7:30 pm.  Starting in North Smithfield High School's Potenza auditorium, there will be a brief presentation highlighting some of our featured events.  Representatives from all academic areas as well as a variety of learning opportunities will be on display.  All students and families are welcome. Stop in, speak with our staff, and learn more about our school and how we can assist you in achieving your academic goals. We look forward to seeing you there!

North Smithfield High School Freshman Orientation August 24th

 All students entering 9th grade this school year  2017, are encouraged to attend "Freshman Class Orientation".  This event will take place in the High School Auditorium on Thursday August 24th from 6:00PM -8:00PM.  Although this event is not manditory, students are encouraged to attend.  A brief presentation regarding requirements and expectations will given, followed by the distribution of students schedules and locker assignments.  The evening will conclude with a tour of the building. Parents are welcome to attend the presentation as well. I hope to see you there!

North Smithfield High School earns "Commended" status

 North Smithfield High School

North Smithfield High School has earned the distinction of being named as one of Rhode Island’s 22 “Commended” schools of 2016.  This is the highest rank attainable under the Rhode Island Department of Education’s ranking. Of the schools selected, there were only 2 high schools that made the list of top performing schools in RI, and North Smithfield is one of them!

RIDE scores schools on the following criteria, ranking them by a composite index score: student proficiency levels on Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exams, the closing of learning gaps between the lowest-achieving students and performance standards of the PARCC exams, a student’s measured annual improvement on exams and the Class of 2015 graduation rate.

Congratulations to our students and staff for a job well done!

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