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.
The library will be closed today at 2 pm.
Attention all seniors - Baby pictures and senior quotes will be collected during all four lunches Dec. 7-11 only. Each cost $5 or submit both for $8. Quotes must be school appropriate and baby pics will be returned in April.
The East Providence High School library is holding an online Titlewish fundraiser starting on November 16th and ending on December 11th. 100% of the money from this program raised will go directly to purchase new books and ebooks for the school library. The goal for this fundraising program is $500.
Congratulations to Ms. Reese, a Science teacher at EPHS, for being a recipient of the Golden Apple Award which honors those who believe in the true spirit of teaching.
Attention Parents: According to RI law, all seniors are required to have a 2nd Meningitis vaccine on or after 16 years of age in order to be in compliance with regulations. Students who are not in compliance can/will be excluded from school by the administrative head of the school, pending the completion of the required dose of vaccine. Students are also required to have a physical examination.
School will begin for students at 7:25 and end at 1:45 pm. Please CLICK HERE for the class schedule rotation, bell schedule. and lunch times.
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.