The Portsmouth Public Education Foundation (PPEF) held its 2nd annual Color Run Saturday morning at Glen Park in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
Tickets are currently available for the Portsmouth High School (PHS) Patriots Athletic Boosters’ Spring Fling. Find out how to buy tickets here.
Prom season is just around the corner. If you need a prom dress, you could get one for free on Aquidneck Island. Find out how here.
The Rhode Island chapter of the ACLU tweeted the following letter Wednesday, urging Portsmouth High School officials to reconsider using K-9 drug searches.
Portsmouth High School has been named 3rd best high school in the state of Rhode Island, according to a new list from U.S. News and World Report.
The Portsmouth School Committee will discuss 2 support specialist jobs at its next meeting on Tuesday, April 25.
Walk, jog, and run while raising funds for the Portsmouth Public Education Foundation at the 2nd annual My School Color Run on Saturday, April 29.
Looking for a new job or a better one? The following businesses and the Portsmouth school district are looking to hire for the following 4 jobs.
It’s Reading Week at Hathaway Elementary School! As part of Reading Week, the entire school wore T-shirts with lettering Monday.
The Portsmouth High School Drama Club will take audiences on a trip down the yellow brick road this weekend, April 7 to 9.
The following businesses and the Portsmouth school district are looking to hire for the following 4 jobs, including Dean of Student Life.
The 2nd annual Rhode Island High School Boys Basketball Spring Classic will be held today, Wednesday, March 29.
The Portsmouth High School Drama Boosters will hold a Family Movie Night to raise money for new sound equipment for the high school auditorium.
Looking for a new job or a better one? Employers are looking to hire for the following 4 jobs, including assistant finance director for local schools.
The Portsmouth Special Education Local Advisory Committee will discuss the proposal to move 4th grade back to elementary schools at an upcoming meeting.
The Portsmouth School District is considering moving 4th grade back to its elementary schools. Here’s a look at what the move could mean in numbers.