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Potter Burns

New dual-language program at Pawtucket elementary school

By News Staff  Reporting by Liz Tufts  ltufts@abc6.com

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For the first time in Pawtucket's history, the youngest students at one elementary school are taking part in a dual-language learning program. 
Two of the school's three kindergarten classes at Nathanael Greene Elementary School are being taught half in English and the other in Spanish. 
Principal Monique Jacob says that when the Superintendent of schools approached her about the school becoming to first in the district to try it out, she jumped at the opportunity. 
"The goal is to create international citizens who have an ability to communicate in more than just their native language who are able to communicate fluently in two languages," says Jacob.
Of the 37 students, just two come from Spanish speaking homes. The goal is to have them all speaking Spanish fluently by the time they move on to middle school.
Karen Sorrentine teaches the English portion and Pedro Silva teaches the Spanish, and so far, just twelve days into the school year, the students are catching on tremendously.
"I think kindergarten is the grade where you can see the most growth because right now they are like blank pages. It's amazing to see them from the beginning and see them progress," Silva says.
School officials are looking to add Portuguese and Chinese to other elementary schools in the district in the coming years.

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City of Pawtucket 17th Annual Photo Contest

Largest Exhibit to Date - over 500 entries

Throughout Month of September

In Visitor Center Gallery

Over 500 entries were submitted for the 2015 City of Pawtucket Photo contest and are currently on display in the Visitors Center Gallery.  On Sunday, September 27th, at 4pm, the winners were announced by Mayor Donald R. Grebien to young and old alike, to see what pictures were selected for the 2016 City of Pawtucket Calendar. Also in attendance at the afternoon ceremony were Superintendent of Schools, Patti DiCenso; Community Arts Program Director from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, Elena Calderon-Patino; Pawtucket Arts Festival chair, John Baxter and other committee officials. Both DiCenso and Calderon-Patino addressed the group highlighting the positive impact this annual photo project continues to have on a community.   Submissions were received from Attleboro -Cumberland - East Providence - Pascoag - Providence - Rehoboth - Smithfield - Woonsocket - Wrentham - as well as Pawtucket.    After a public call for photo contest themes was advertised this past January, approximately 20 theme suggestions were received. The theme selected for this year’s contest was “Pawtucket:  A Different Perspective” submitted by Louise H. Zacharie of Cumberland.

For the first time in contest history, all 5th grade students from the City’s elementary schools recently participated in a photo workshop this past May and were also participants in this contest.   These 10 elementary schools included:  Baldwin, Cunningham, Flora S. Curtis, Curvin-McCabe, Fallon, Nathanael Greene, Agnes Little,   Potter-Burns, Varieur and Henry J. Winters.   This project was made possible by the Pawtucket Public School Department, the City of Pawtucket , Pawtucket Arts Festival and The Camera Werks of Providence.      And the winners are: 

City of Pawtucket 2015 Photo Contest Winners:

Honorable Mentions:

#S -28      Sean Peloquin - Potter-Burns Elementary – Gr. 5

#S-64       Leah Tavares -  Cunningham Elementary – Gr. 5

#S-73       Valeria Velasquez - Cunningham Elementary - Gr. 5

#S-191     Paula Vega - Fallon Memorial – Grade 5

#S-220     Hannah Slater - Fallon Memorial – Gr. 5

#21          Lisa Lettieri – Rehoboth, MA - “History Reflections”

#12          Deb Page – Cumberland, RI - “Old Slater Mill”

#9             Linda Dugas – Pawtucket - “View from A Swing”

2nd place winner - $50.00 cash prize

#1 David Lee Black – Wrentham, MA - “Library Raised Me”

1st place winner - $75.00 cash prize

#S-23 Sophia Sousa - Potter-Burns – Grade 5

Mayors Choice Award - $100 cash prize & cover of 2016 City of Pawtucket calendar

#S-49 Sabrina Angulo - Potter-Burns Elementary – grade 5


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