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Flaherty wins Paul W. Crowley Award

March 14, 2014

Former NHS principal Dr. Todd Flaherty recently won the Rhode Island School Superintendents Association’s Paul W. Crowley Award.

NARRAGANSETT – Narragansett resident and former Narragansett High School principal, Dr. Todd Flaherty, recently won the Rhode Island School Superintendents Association’s Paul W. Crowley Award.

The award, which has been presented annually for the last seven years, is given to a Rhode Island citizen who, in his or her personal professional capacity, has demonstrated a long-standing commitment to improving the quality of education for the children of Rhode Island. The award is named for former state Rep. Paul Crowley of Newport.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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