Career and Technical Education

 North Smithfield  High School is excited to offer Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in the areas of  Pre-Engineering, Business and Music. Visit our CTE page for more information.

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NSHS/NSMS Summer School Information

Update:  Please park at NSMS and go to NSHS Library for today's meeting at Noon.


 

North Smithfield High School will be offering a FREE summer school for students who need credit recovery in English, Math, Science, and/or Social Studies from July 2 through August 1, 2018Students can complete the majority of their credit recovery virtually through a school provided online curriculum offered free of charge. The online curriculum includes additional tutorials and supports to facilitate student understanding of the subject content.  Students can meet with a teacher during the day (Tuesday through Thursday from 9am-12pm) for “check-ins” and assistance. The teachers will assist all students with coaching and reteaching to meet their individual needs.  Letters have been mailed home to those students that qualify for summer school.

  • To be eligible for credit recovery, NSHS students must meet the following requirements:  
    • An average of 50 or higher in the subject failed.  
    • Good standing behaviorally at NSHS.  
    • Motivated to work independently to recover credit online.
    • The administration reserves the right to approve or disapprove alternative credit recovery options. 

  • All tests and exams must be completed at NSHS without exception. 
  • All credit recovery work must be completed no later than August 1, 2018.

  • Coursework not completed by August 1, 2018 will result in the student repeating the course in 2018-2019.


Student/Parent Registration/Orientation is on Monday, July 2, 2018 at Noon in the NSHS Auditorium. 

Summer School Schedule

Tuesday to Thursday

July 3 & 5 (NSHS 9-12)

July 10-12 (NSHS 9-12)

July 17-19 (NSHS 9-12)

July 24-26 (NSHS 9-12)

Wednesday Night

July 11 (Testing only)

July 25 (Testing only)

August 1 (Testing only)

 


We are extending summer school next week.  We will be open on Wednesday, August 1 and Thursday, August 2, from 9-Noon both days fro help and testing.  Finish up strong!

Post Secondary Transition Night has been postponed

Post Secondary Transition Night has been postponed indefinitely.  We may try to reschedule the night for later in the spring.

SurveyWorks 2018-NSHS

Dear Parents/Guardians:

The Rhode Island Department of Education is currently administering its yearly SurveyWorks Parent Survey, which is an opportunity for parents to provide feedback about our school and our children’s opportunities to learn.  The survey results are most useful when all parents participate, so I am writing to ask you to participate in this survey.  Your views on matters like the safety of your child at school, the way students are taught, the condition of the school, and how connected you feel to this school are important. By taking this short survey you can help our school leadership and our parent-teacher organization to make improvements to our school. Responses are anonymous and cannot be linked to any individual; no one can tie your responses back to you.

You can take the short survey online between now and March 30, 2018.

To take the survey, visit: https://surveys.panoramaed.com/ride/login and enter 25108family.  If you don’t have access to the Internet, please contact the NSHS main office to access a paper survey.

Michael P. Metcalf Memorial Fund and Christine T. Grinavic Adventurer’s Fund for college students

The Rhode Island Foundation is now accepting applications for the Michael P. Metcalf Memorial Fund and Christine T. Grinavic Adventurer’s Fund.

Do you have previous high school students who are pursuing an experience to broaden 
their perspective and enhance personal growth?

The Michael P. Metcalf Memorial Fund and Christine T. Grinavic Adventurer’s Fund provides grants to college students to subsidize these experiences. This may include travel in this country and abroad and a variety of internship and public service programs.

Please forward this Request for Applications to current college students who you believe can benefit from this unique opportunity.

Applications will be accepted from students who have been legal residents of Rhode Island. Plans must include a well-defined program and demonstrate clear purpose.

Deadline for application submission is January 12, 2018. Please click here to apply.

Scholarship for College students

The Rhode Island Foundation is now accepting applications for the Michael P. Metcalf Memorial Fund and Christine T. Grinavic Adventurer’s Fund.

The Michael P. Metcalf Memorial Fund and Christine T. Grinavic Adventurer’s Fund provides grants to college students to subsidize these experiences. This may include travel in this country and abroad and a variety of internship and public service programs.

Please forward this Request for Applications to current college students who you believe can benefit from this unique opportunity.

Applications will be accepted from students who have been legal residents of Rhode Island. Plans must include a well-defined program and demonstrate clear purpose.

Deadline for application submission is January 12, 2018.

 

Apply here

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