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Schools, Volunteers in the News
The annual fundraiser for the Barrington Education Foundation sees 1,071 tickets sold -- each one representing a bright yellow rubber ducky that races across Woods Pond.
Barrington High overwhelms visiting East Providence Saturday afternoon in a delayed Homecoming contest at Victory Field. A couple of video highlights.
A new schedule of Homecoming activities at Barrington High School has been announced.
A loss to Cranston East last Friday dropped Barrington High's football team to the 8th spot in the weekly RI High School Football Media Poll; Eagles tangle with East Providence tonight.
Saturday, Sept. 29, is the 20th annual Booster Day for the Barrington Booster Club membership drive.
The thousand rubber duckies that race each fall in the Barrington Education Foundation fundraiser turn into scores of educational opportunities for schools.
Barrington School Committee candidate Paula Dominguez says the arts can bolster math and science scores while boosting all-around academic achievement.
Barrington leads Rhode Island in SAT and AP test scores, according to the College Board.
School Committee member Robert Shea is seeking another term; Paula Dominguez is running for her first public office.
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Barrington students finished #1 overall in the latest New England Common Assessment Program science tests.
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