For over one-hundred years, East Providence High School in Rhode Island has produced the highest caliber of scholars and citizens. Today, EPHS upholds this tradition of excellence and maintains a strong sense of community. We strive to move forward in this changing world and meet the challenges of the Twenty-First century. East Providence High School is the Home of Townie Pride.
Hundreds of bright, pink flamingos will be landing all over East Providence signaling the start of spring! For just $10 you may order a flock to land on the lawn of a fun-loving friend or family member throughout the month of April. Sponsored by the East Providence High School PTSA, the fundraiser supports funding programs and events for our high school students. Please visit the PTSA’s website at www.ephsptsa.com for more details and to order your flock today!
This is to advise you that one student at your child's school has pertussis. Your child may have been exposed. You should be aware of the signs and symptoms of pertussis, know what to do and when to keep your child home. If you contact your health care provider, please share this information with him or her. Additional clinical and laboratory guidance may be found at http://health.ri.gov/publications/guidelines/treatmentmanagementandrepor... and on the CDC website at http://www.cdc.gov/pertussis.
Beginning in September 2014, the East Providence School Department and the school’s food service provider, Chartwells, will no longer allow balances on student lunch accounts to exceed $10.00.Once an account reaches $10.00, a student will receive an alternate lunch, if they qualify for free or reduced lunch, consisting of a whole grain sandwich, fruit, vegetable and milk. There will still be a charge of $2.75 for this alternate lunch.
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