Archive - Jun 10, 2011 - News Article
NORTH KINGSTOWNâElena Suglia has many fond memories of high school.
As a three-year JV/varsity volleyball player, a member of North Kingstown High Schoolâs unified volleyball team this past fall and president of the Interact Club, the schoolâs community service club, Suglia has had a variety of positive experiences that sheâll remember long after NKâs graduation takes place tomorrow night at 6 p.m. at the Ryan Center.
NORTH KINGSTOWNâIt would be easy for Katherine Bender to be disappointed about finishing second in the 2011 class rankings for North Kingstown High School. After all, she says, first place was so close she could taste it.
But being disappointed would imply Bender has regrets about her time in high school and that couldnât be further from the truth. For the past four years, sheâs gone out of her way to make sure she experienced everything she could in high school and finding that balance between school work and personal life life taught her more than any class ranking ever could.
NARRAGANSETT â With temperatures reaching the 90s yesterday and Wednesday, Rhode Islanders retreated to the beaches, causing Narragansett Town Beach to have one of its busiest days even before the official beach season started.
âItâs a really hot today. Thereâs not much of a breeze down here. Itâs absolutely packed. One lot is already full,â Becky Peabody, Assistant Manager at the Narragansett Town Beach said.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â With the mission to create a more efficient school system, the school reconfiguration committee recommends balancing the size of the four elementary schools and moving the Hazard pre-school to Peace Dale Elementary School.