Portsmouth High School earned the highest test scores statewide on the 2017 New England Common Assessment for Science, announced school officials.
The ‘notorious RBG,’ U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will visit the Roger Williams University School of Law in January.
Portsmouth schools welcomed students on their first day of school Wednesday, Aug. 30, with life-size walking whales and apples. Happy first day of school!
The Portsmouth Gridiron Club will once again hold its annual Helicopter Golf Ball Drop fundraiser. Tickets are now available!
The Portsmouth School District named its “Teacher of the Year” and “Support Professional of the Year” Monday night.
Food trucks will save parents from cooking one night a week in Common Fence Point, just in time for the start of school in Portsmouth!
It’s a busy week in Portsmouth. Here’s what you need to know this week, Monday-Sunday, Aug. 28-Sept. 3, in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
Anyone with information about abuse at the school is asked to contact Ms. Hogan at (212) 909-6996 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Headmaster Dan McDonough at (401) 643-1240 or email@example.com.
The Portsmouth School District will hold a series of new student orientations on Thursday, Aug. 24, at Portsmouth schools. View the schedule below.
View all Portsmouth school bus schedules here, including The Met. The first day of school for Portsmouth students is Wednesday, Aug. 30.
The Portsmouth Middle School (PMS) will hold its back-to-school picnic next week at the school. The event is open to all students and parents.
The Portsmouth School District has released its back-to-school newsletter. Check below for important dates and information for parents.
Portsmouth parents, rejoice! With the start of school just around the corner, Portsmouth High School (PHS) will hold new student orientation.
A local senior living community is leading an effort to make sure students All Saints Academy have the tools they need for the coming school year.
The Portsmouth Historical Society welcomed 3 classes of third-graders from Melville Elementary School for a tour last Wednesday.
Looking for a new job or a better one? The following businesses and organizations, including Portsmouth schools, are looking to hire for the following jobs.
Portsmouth High School’s Class of 2017 graduates were reminded Friday that “life lessons can be found in the most unsuspecting places,” according to graduation speaker Mary Stack.