Dr. Lawrence Filippelli, Superintendent of the Lincoln RI Public Schools,
has been selected as the 2023 Rhode Island Superintendent of the Year.
His selection by the Rhode Island School Superintendents' Association
(RISSA) was announced at its General Membership Meeting on August 9,
The Rhode Island School Superintendents’ Association (RISSA)
15th annual Paul W. Crowley Award is awarded to Senator Ryan W. Pearson who
represents Cumberland and Lincoln.
Senator Pearson currently serves as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance
and as a member of the Senate Education Committee. He previously served as Senior
Deputy Majority Leader and as Chairman of the Senate Finance Sub-Committee on
Education, Commerce and Municipal Aid. He also served as chair of the special
committee to review the RI education funding formula.
RIDE officially released Studies in Resilience: A Report on the State of Education in Rhode Island, which highlights many remarkable successes of our school communities over the past year despite incredible challenges.
Gov. Dan McKee and Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green announced Dr. Javier Montañez as the new interim superintendent for the Providence Public School District on Tuesday June 8, 2021.
Dr. Montañez, is an alumnus of Hope High School, is the principal of Leviton Dual Language School and has worked more than twenty years in the district. He earned his Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Johnson & Wales University.
The Crowley Award Ceremony recognizing Rep. Gregg Amore will be conducted at 3 pm on Monday March 15 2021
Here is the link to view the ceremony:
East Providence State Representative Gregg Amore Receives 14th annual Paul W. Crowley Award
Alexandria, Va. – Feb. 23, 2021 – AASA, The School Superintendents Association, is pleased to release its ninth annual superintendent salary study to gauge school district leadership compensation and benefits.
The report, 2020-21 AASA Superintendent Salary & Benefits Study, was released in two versions: a full version for AASA members and an abridged version for wider circulation. The current study is based on more than 1,500 responses.
AASA is pleased to join its partner, Learning First Alliance, in celebrating Public Schools Week. While school may not look like it used to, AASA remains committed to providing access to high-quality public education to every student and committed to supporting amazing educators like you.
It was released in coordination with a broader update from CDC (online here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/community/schools-child
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The Rhode Island School Superintendents’ Association (RISSA)
14th annual Paul W. Crowley Award is awarded to Representative Gregg M. Amore who represents East Providence District 65.