Everyone is talking about critical race theory these days. The local school committee meetings are filled to standing capacity and logged into via Zoom with angry parents and citizens. I’d like to try to explain what CRT is so we know how to fight it.
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I took Superintendent Linda Savastano’s recent statement as a slap in the face. The way the wording is, it’s more about protecting herself than being honest and sincere with what she did. Her statement has done nothing to help residents to put this fiasco behind us. If anything, it has put more doubt in our minds that there are more people involved and we don’t know to what extent.
In a small community like ours it’s important to have trust. What Linda has done with her statement has just created more trust and transparency problems.
In most recent news, Nicole Solas, a mother of a rising kindergartner was featured on Fox News about her fight with the South Kingstown School Committee. Mrs. Solas said she was trying to get information about if South Kingstown Teaching Curriculum taught Critical Race Theory and requested 101 documents. Mrs. Solas has also gotten the support from Senator Elaine Morgan from a Republican from District. 34, (Charlestown, Exeter, Hopkinton, Richmond, West Greenwich).
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Narragansett High School students Rebecca Marabian, Anna Harrison, Gabriella LaBore, Kaylie Cowman, Eve Machon pose for a photo following the …
“They are superheroes and superstars, take your pick on how to refer to them,” Narragansett High School Principal Daniel Warner said when introducing the Class of 2021 at the school’s commencement.
The celebration marked the end of not only their high school years, but also the conclusion of a most difficult final year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“It’s really great seeing everyone tonight,” Warner said. “The kids had it tough over the past year-and-a-half, but they persevered and struggled through and showed us a way forward.”
North Kingstown High School graduates toss their caps at the end of the school's graduation ceremony on June 10.
Only a few months ago, an in person graduation seemed improbable for many, with expectations of another virtual graduation ceremony or one with very limited people.
Luckily for the North Kingstown High School Class of 2021, that was not the case, as 324 seniors gathered on the football field to join the ranks of Skippers alumni. The ceremony was held on campus in the stadium rather than at the Ryan Center for the first time in over 15 years in order to comply with COVID restrictions at the time of planning.