Junior Future Planning Information

Please see the attached letter with information for parents of Juniors regarding college and career planning for next year.

Parents of Teen Drivers-Teen Driving Event this summer

 

PARENTS OF TEEN DRIVERS – A hands-on advanced driving course is coming to Seekonk Speedway. Teens will learn emergency braking techniques, how to scan for trouble and eliminate distractions. Join Ford Driving Skills for Life’s Summer Tour on July 26-27. There is no-cost to attend this event, but space is limited and you must register in advance. bit.ly/DSFL_Seekonk


Join Ford Driving Skills for Life at Seekonk Speedway for advanced drivers training for teens. Training will help teens improve their skills in hazard recognition, vehicle handling, speed and space management, braking and stopping distances, reaction time and how to avoid the dangers of distracted and impaired driving.  This course is intended for teens to learn these skills in a safe environment with professional instructors sitting right next to them. There is no-cost to attend this event.  Space is limited, so register today for July 26 or 27. bit.ly/DSFL_Seekonk

 

High School One to One Chromebook Distribution Information

We are pleased to announce that we will be issuing Chromebooks to all of our high school students who return a signed policy form.  

Click here for additional information.

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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