February 2020

Month

RI Department of Health shares information regarding the coronavirus UPDATE: On Sunday, March 1, 2020, the Rhode Island Department of Health announced the first presumptive case of COVID-19 identified at RIDOH’s state health laboratories. The general level of risk for Rhode Islanders is still low, according to the RIDOH. For the full press release, click...
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Arts Academy students create in honor of Black History Month WARWICK, RI (February 27, 2020) – If you walk down the 300 wing hallway, or take a drive by the front of the building as you depart campus onto Warwick Avenue, you will see them. First Lady Michelle Obama. Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm. The legendary Jackie...
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Congratulations! WARWICK, RI – Mr. Mark DeCiccio ’03, Principal, is proud to announce the students named to the Bishop Hendricken Honor Roll for the second quarter of the 2019-2020 Academic Year! Congratulations to all of our boys for their hard work, dedication, and focus in the classroom and on their studies. Go Hawks! [su_button url=”https://www.hendricken.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Honor-Roll-by-Grade-2019-20-Q2.pdf”...
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The following is an editorial written by Mason Teixiera ’23, originally featured in The Talon, Bishop Hendricken’s student newspaper Allow me to go two years into the past, when I was in seventh grade: I had no clue as to where I would go for high school, and it seemed like a colossal, daunting question...
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Mr. Richard Sylvia, Director of Arts, shares updates and photos from the Young Men’s Chorus’ Pilgrimage to France. Updated Monday, February 17, 2020 Dear Friends and Family, Bonjour from Lourdes! Although we are technically at the end of the third day of our trip, today was the first full day of activity on our pilgrimage,...
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The following is the introduction of The YAWP’s Winter 2020 edition, written by Matthew Krasnov’ 20, Editor in Chief. In our day to day lives, there’s rarely time for people to be introspective. We’re often overwhelmed with responsibilities, obligations, goals, and deadlines that make it hard to take a moment to reflect on what we’re...
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