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Remote Learning Plan: Virtual Instruction Days For Foster School District, Submitted to the Rhode Island Department of Education on 03/18/2020.
Distance Learning begins 3/23-4/3 for ALL CIP Students.
Please note that effective immediately the Captain Isaac Paine School building will be closed to the public until further notice. Any related meetings and events may need to be canceled and rescheduled to a later date. Stay tuned for updates, and thanks for your understanding!
Mission Statement: At CIP we inspire students to become lifelong learners and responsible citizens in our community by providing a challenging and supportive environment!
A Paine Panther ROARS (Respect Others And Respect Self)
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.
Week 1- Distance Learning- 3/27/20 (click to view)
Please note that families of students attending Captain Isaac Paine Elementary School can pick up meals at the Town of Foster Food Bank, 181... Read More
There are many public locations where you can access the internet for free. Below is a list of locations in Foster/Glocester. Foster Glocester Free... Read More
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(view pdf) Dear Parents and Guardians of Students at Captain Isaac Paine Elementary School, As you are aware, RI Schools will be moving to... Read More
Lifespan > Centers and Services > Kids’ Link RI Kids’ Link RI™ is a hotline for children in emotional crisis. A program offered in... 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
Unless otherwise specified, PTO meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 6:30pm in the school library.
School will be closed
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
This is a difficult time for all Rhode Islanders. If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health or substance use issues, you are not alone. @BHLinkRI offers 24/7 support. Call the RI Behavioral Health Link Hotline: 401-414-5465.
I will continue to say that this is trauma for so many of us. We search for meaning and hope. COVID-19: The Reason You're Exhausted Is 'Moral Fatigue' - Rolling Stone. #trauma #covid19 #CIPLearns https://t.co/Ebg93MMKIr
Long week. Exhausted. But I can’t sleep. Worried:about the kids at home, Parents laid off or losing jobs, Access to technology, access to food, basics. Safety for everyone in every way. We are worked so hard this week but I feel like there was so much more. #CIPLearns #covid19
#CIPLearns! Distance Learning ...Continued...
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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