2019 RIDE School Bond Incentives Presentation


On November 6, 2018, Rhode Island voters approved the Statewide School Construction Bond. 

The bond activated six new temporary bonus incentives and access to $250 million in upfront funding to support the state share of foundation school housing aid. 

Funding for the school construction program is governed by Rhode Island General Laws 16-7, sections 35 to 47, 16-105, sections 1 to 9, and 45-38.2.

With the passage of Article 9 in the FY19 State Budget, and the increased public commitment to school facilities through passage of the statewide construction bond, the Rhode Island Department of Education/School Building Authority (RIDE/SBA) is working closely with LEAs and municipalities to ensure that every school district sees meaningful improvements to the condition of its public school buildings over the next five years. This commitment will help our state to create learning environments that support the attainment of the academic, social, emotional, career readiness, and citizenship knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to be successful in the 21st century.

RIDE School Construction _ 6 incentives January 25_2019 (pdf)



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Aquidneck Island & State of Rhode Island School Resources



2019 Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education



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Middletown Public Schools

26 Oliphant Lane

Middletown, RI 02842

District email: info@mpsri.net 

Phone: (401) 849-2122 



School Department

Welcome to Middletown Public Schools  

Middletown Public Schools Website  www.mpsri.net

The Middletown Public Schools is a public school district that serves the Town of Middletown, Rhode Island.  It is located in the south-central area of Aquidneck Island in Narragansett Bay. Middletown is a coastal community with a rich history.  It is adjacent to Newport, RI, 40 miles from Providence and about 70 miles from Boston.

Middletown Public Schools is a comprised of five schools in four buildings that service approximately 2,300 students.  The learning community also includes 300 faculty and staff.  The Middletown Public Schools is overseen by the Middletown School Committee that is comprised of five elected officials.

Our schools serve students in grades K-12 (with a small PreK program):


29 Middle Road

Portsmouth, RI 02871


Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) Assessment Results Database

Rhode island department of education : Assessment reports

Additional Information

The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) is a group of states working together to develop high-quality assessments that give teachers, students and parents information they can use to improve instruction and meet the needs of individual students. 

The PARCC assessments are well aligned with what students are expected to know and be able to do at each grade level and they serve students who are academically advanced, on grade level, and struggling by identifying where they have areas of need, as well as where they are excelling. 

Rhode Island administers the PARCC assessments in grades 3-10 in ELA/Literacy and grades 3-8 in Mathematics. Algebra I and Geometry assessments are available for middle or high school students enrolled in those courses. 

PARCC assessments benefit students, parents, schools, and states because they provide us with information that helps us document student progress toward our learning goals in English language arts and math. We all want the best possible education for all of our children. Analyzing the results of state assessments can help us meet this goal. 

Results provide parents with valuable information about their student’s and school’s progress and provide school leaders with information that contributes to their understanding about whether classroom instruction is lining up with what students need to know. Results also provide teachers with information they need to improve teaching and learning. 

Participation in high-quality annual assessments enables all of us to see whether schools and districts are doing all they can to help students succeed. Parents and students deserve to know to what extent schools are meeting students’ needs and where schools need to improve.

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