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UPCOMING EVENTS AT RINI
- 11/11 – No School, Veteran’s Day
Upcoming vacation days
- 11/28 & 11/29 – Thanksgiving Break
RINI Parent Conferences
Parent conferences will be held at RINI on November 19th and 20th. There will also be a Flu Clinic held on site during the conferences on November 19th. Parents are encouraged to schedule a time to meet with their child’s team of teachers. Please contact the school to set up a conference.
Rhode Island Advance Course Network
Students attending Rhode Island high schools may sign up to take additional coursework through the RI Advance Course Network. Registration for Spring 2020 courses is open from October 7- November 15, 2019. More information about specific courses offered and registration can be found on the link below:
Attendance is essential: every student, every day
BE PART OF THE RINI ETHICS BOWL TEAM Rhode Island High School Ethics Bowl
he Rhode Island High School Ethics Bowl is an annual competition in which high school students from around the state come together to discuss ethical questions. The event is hosted by Brown University with support from the Department of Philosophy and the Center for Ethical Inquiry.
In the Ethics Bowl students are encouraged to express and develop their own ethical commitments through a careful consideration of all relevant points of view. Unlike traditional debate competitions, the goal is not to defeat your opponent by overwhelming them with arguments for your side. Instead, Ethics Bowl scoring rewards collaborative discussion, engagement with conflicting viewpoints, and generous acknowledgement of objections.
In addition, participating students have the opportunity to meet with Brown graduate students and professors who serve as philosophy mentors.
MEETINGS – After school Wednesdays 3-4pm KICK-OFF Event & Practice Day AT BROWN Nov 16th ETHICS BOWL DATE – January 26th
See Ms. Jewell for more details.
Providence Community Library Program:
A FREE bilingual Latino festival of books & arts for the whole community November 9, 2019 • 10am-5pm Center at Moore Hall • Providence College