Mission Statement: At CIP we value Respect, Open-mindedness, Achievement, Relationships, and Self-esteem. A Paine Panther ROARS!
Vision: One Heart, One Community – Strong in Body. Strong in Mind. Strong in Character.
Student school days are from 9:05 am to 3:25 pm.
Students can be dropped off at 8:50 am when there will be supervision outside.
For the safety of ALL students, parents need to park in designated parking areas if escorting children out of vehicles.
Paine School has been selected as this year’s recipient for the CITV grant! Net proceeds from ticket sales at this event will allow our... Read More
Welcome to our new Principal Marcella Clark! Students can purchase an extra slice of Pizza on Friday for $1.00. Food tastings will be held... Read More
Exciting Changes with the BOX TOPS for Education Program!Garden News and Bird Habitat Update
Below are links to the 2019-2020 bus schedules: Incoming Bus Outgoing Bus These are also available under the “FOR FAMILIES” menu on the school... Read More
Welcome to a new school year! Please enter your email address below to receive news updates online. If you have questions, feel free to... Read More
CIP is not a peanut/nut free school but we have designated areas that are peanut/nut free. Certain classrooms have been designated as peanut/nut free... Read More
Child Outreach is Rhode Island’s universal screening system designed to screen all children yearly ages 3-5. Screenings look at various developmental tasks in a... Read More
The Foster School Committee meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Regular meetings are generally held in the Captain Isaac Paine... Read More
School will be closed Thursday and Friday
Join us this year for Christmas in the Valley at the Foster Country Club during Thanksgiving weekend: November 29th from 5-8pm, November 30th from... Read More
Unless otherwise specified, PTO meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 6:30pm in the school library.
#LanguageMatters #ASL #CIPLearns The use of ASL builds a foundation for language for many Deaf children. Language is language. 🤟
American Sign Language (ASL) is the primary language of many North Americans who are deaf and hard of hearing, and is used by many hearing people as well. Learn more about ASL: https://t.co/X9eQYOSycj
Great article on the power of repairing harm...“Either we spend time meeting children’s emotional needs by filling their cup with love or we spend time dealing with the behaviors caused from their unmet needs. Either way we spend the time.” @MelissaEedge & #CIPLearns
Repairing Harm: A Better Alternative to Punishment https://t.co/pPl1uQ07yq via @cultofpedagogy
FREE Child Outreach screenings are now being conducted in the towns of Burrillville, Foster, Glocester, North Smithfield and Scituate for pre-school children aged 3 to 5. Children are screened for hearing, vision, speech and development. Please contact Julie LePain at 647-7560 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
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