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9-14-18 Field Memo
  1. Mental health supports for students
  2. "A win for RIDE is a win for all”
  3. More great PrepareRI News
  4. Read to Young Children!
  5. Reminder: Students invited to showcase their creativity through two design competitions this fall
8-10-18 Field Memo
  1. School Residency Determinations memo to superintendents and principals
  2. “Student-Led Conferences Allow Students to Really Take Ownership of Their Learning”
6-8-18 Field Memo
  1. RIDE awards nearly $1.2 million to increase equity in career education
  2. Temporary Emergency Impact Aid
  3. Waterman and Tolman win School Breakfast Challenge
4-20-18 Field Memo
  1. 2017 Graduation Rates released
  2. RIDE helps launch Summer Meals campaign; LEAs asked to designate Summer Meals liaison to work with RIDE coordinator
4-6-18 Field Memo
  1. Celebrating College Signing Day
  2. Reminder: PrepareRI Internship application open
  3. Applications for RIDE Executive Leadership Development Program due May 11
  4. “The Case for More Movement to Engage Learners in our Academic Classrooms”
3-23-18 Field Memo
  1. 2018 State of Education in Rhode Island
  2. SurveyWorks countdown
  3. Reminder: Paid summer internships through PrepareRI
3-16-18 Field Memo
  1. Thank you
  2. Paid summer internships through PrepareRI
  3. Reminder: Governor for a Day Essay Contest deadline today
  4. Reminder: Join me for #EdChatRI!
3-9-18 Field Memo
  1. Join me for #EdChatRI!
  2. Just three weeks left!
  3. “Make it Matter – the Key to Student Engagement”
3-2-18 Field Memo
  1. A teachable moment
  2. Thanks to our Shadow a Student partners!
  3. Fourth annual “Governor for a Day” essay contest open until March 16
  4. "The Power of Empathy”
  5. Students: Share your passion – ask the Commissioner a question at the State of Education!
2-23-18 Field Memo
  1. Possible legislation on school safety
  2. Tackling CTE funding challenges
  3. State of Education address to highlight passion and pathways
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