School One’s Journal Of Ideas Volume 20, Issue 1 June 2021 Somewhat Remote But Hopefully Not Distant Welcome to our twentieth issue of e une, School One’s Journal Of Ideas. This is an opportunity for our writing and reasoning intensive school to publish some of its students’ best work. The brave authors volunteered these pieces
School One is thrilled to be entering our third phase of work with KITE Architects. This phase brings us outside for a new and exciting approach to the exterior of our building. With sitting spaces, gardens, and new signage, we know that the OUTSIDE of School One will show off just some of the vibrance
School One plans to begin COVID testing on location using the free BinaxNow tests provided by the RI Department of Health. Results from these tests are available within the hour. We feel this will provide an additional layer of safety in combination with all of our other prevention practices. If you would like to have your student participate
Allow us to introduce you to CHRISTOPHER HAYES, School One’s next Head of School. A graduate of Brown University and Williams College, Christopher returns to Providence from Maryland where he currently is head of a K-12 independent school. He was drawn to School One’s mission, our curriculum centered on students’ creativity and individuality, our faculty’s passion
Open Campus is a wonderful opportunity for families to find out what makes School One Rhode Island’s most innovative high school. Take a student led tour outside of the school day. For more information, please contact Michaela O’Donnell, Director of Enrollment, at 401-331-2797 or email michaelaO@school-one.org or REGISTER!
School One recently received a $3,000 grant from Aroha Philanthropies to continue its intergenerational and adult learning programs. School One is one of twenty-five organizations across the United States to receive funding from Aroha Philanthropies as part of their new online learning program. At School One this year, older adults can attend creative writing and
School One was one of only 15 organizations in Rhode Island to receive a major grant from The RI Humanities Council. Write Rhode Island is School One’s flagship creative writing program and fiction competition for teens. Write Rhode Island will use the $9,200 grant to develop creative writing curriculum to share with teachers, provide free creative writing workshops for students across the state and host an intensive summer writing program.
School One and Goat Hill are pleased to announce the winning entries of Rhode Island’s only short fiction writing competition for students. Competition was stiff this year, with over more 140 story submissions from students in grades 7-12 from all across Rhode Island. School One has long been known as an innovative high school with
School One’s Intergenerational Performance Night is an evening of stories, laughter, drama and music from the students in our intergenerational theater class. Join us on November 18, 2019 at 6:00p.m. at St. Martin’s Church in Providence. Tickets are free but please reserve them in advance 401-331-2497/ email@example.com. This event is supported by a
School One has received a $3,000 grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) to support its Intergenerational Arts Program. This grant will be used in conjunction with a $21,000 grant from the Aroha Foundation, to bring together high school students and adults 55+ to explore their creativity, self expression and learn