KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

We recommend registering ASAP.

Children enrolling in Kindergarten must be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2020. 

Kindergarten registration begins online!

CLICK HERE

Select “New Student Registration” at the bottom of the page to create an  account and begin entering your child’s information. 

QUESTIONS?

Central Registration Office  401-734-3040

Orientations & Tours have been postponed due to Covid restrictions. 

CHECK YOUR FAMILY PORTAL

It is imperative to have access for important documents; updates and to keep your approved contacts up to date.


ALL REPORT CARDS ARE DISTRIBUTED VIA FAMILY PORTAL ONLY.

Trouble accessing your portal?  Go to:  HELP ME ACCESS MY PORTAL

BREAKFAST - LUNCH GRAB & GO

 The summer lunch distribution program  runs through

Thursday, August 20, 2020.

This is a Federally regulated program with specific guidelines;

1.  Students MUST be present for lunch pick up

2.  There will be only 1 pick up location at Oakland Beach Elementary School

3.  Pick up time is 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM

3.  Pick up days are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (2 lunches will be distributed on Tuesday & Thursday)

4.  Again, Students MUST be present for lunch pick up

If you have any questions

or are in need of assistance
please call 734-3100.

 

Stay safe and take care!

MOVING? CHANGING SCHOOLS?

 

Let us know, in writing at:   MAIN OFFICE

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Moving to a public school within Warwick?

Contact Central Administration at 401-734-3040 to provide proof of residency.

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 Moving outside of Warwick

 or to a Private School?

 Fill out a Records Release Form.

 Release of Records

You may send us a from your student’s new school or fill out the the form above and send it to us, via email preferably, at
MAIN OFFICE

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 Planning to homeschool?

Submit your plan to:  Dr. Anne Siesel

anne.siesel@warwickschools.org

401-298-4035

Elementary Distance Learning Message to Parents/Guardians- Covid 19

Dear Parents and Guardians:

With the Governor’s decision to close schools, Warwick Public Schools has implemented distance learning procedures.  While this decision was made in the best interest of the health and safety of our school communities, it certainly is not what any of us wanted for our students or staff. 

We recognize that these are challenging times. Many families are struggling to balance professional and family responsibilities while concurrently supporting distance learning of their children. We also know that many of our students are conscientiously continuing with their academic learning while at the same time experiencing stress and loss in their own personal lives.  At-home learning experiences vary greatly among our students and we want to minimize any worries they may have about their educational responsibilities along with everything else we know they and their families are juggling.

In light of this, we have made some adjustments to our grading policies and procedures, including modifying our curriculum and creating an elementary distance learning grading rubric that measures student engagement and participation. Please click here to view the Elementary Distance Learning Grading Rubric.  This may include students engaging in virtual classroom lessons, Google Classroom assignments, iReady lessons and assessments, and other various platforms. 

When you view your child’s third trimester report card, it will be reflective of his or her engagement in distance learning.  This report card will include the following core content areas:  Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies.  Itinerants will also be assessing in the same manner.

The Warwick Public Schools community is committed to providing every child with rich learning experiences that not only address academics and 21st-century learning but are supportive of the social-emotional needs of our children during this challenging time.  If you need any support, please do not hesitate to reach out to teachers and/or building principals.  

Thank you for your support.  Please stay safe and healthy.

KINDERGARTEN SUPPLY LIST

On the first day of school, DAY ONE, please write down on a piece of paper:

  • how your child will get home that day
  • an emergency number
  • whether or not they have a lunch or are buying lunch

Then, please hand it to a teacher or teacher assistant (it doesn’t matter which one).

We will have tables set up to check your child in and give them a name tag, as well as record this information.

Your piece of paper is an added security measure, just in case we miss something.

It is a crazy day that day and even though you think your child knows,  90% of the time, s/he stands bewildered when asked about lunch and dismissal. We may not get office correspondence until just before 3:00 and by that time there are tears.    

SUPPLIES:

  • 1 large backpack (It can never big too big!  Lots go back and forth.)
  • 1 plastic pencil case box that will hold all their supplies.
  • Daily Snack — 1 healthy snack, with a water bottle or cup. please.

Optional—-For  whole classroom use (community)

  • tissues
  • paper towels
  • hand sanitizer
  • spoons
  • plastic bags all sizes (snack, gallon, quart)

We look forward to working with you and your child.  Open communication benefits all.

1ST GR SUPPLY LIST

On the first day of school, DAY ONE, please write down on a piece of paper:

  • how your child will get home that day and an emergency number, as well
  • whether or not they have a lunch or are buying lunch

Pack it in your child’s backpack to hand to his/her teacher in the morning.

Your piece of paper is an added security measure, just in case we miss something.

It is a crazy day that day and even though you think your child knows,  90% of the time, s/he stands bewildered when asked about lunch and dismissal. We may not get office correspondence until just before 3:00 and by that time there are tears.    

SUPPLIES:

  • Box of kleenex for classroom
  • Headphones for use with chromebook (earbuds don’t seem to work well with this age group, as they seem to have difficulty staying in their ears)
  • Glue sticks  (they are provided by the school, but we go through them very quickly!)
  • Crayons       (they are provided by the school, but we go through them very quickly!)

We look forward to working with you and your child.  Open communication benefits all.

2ND GR SUPPLY LIST

On the first day of school, DAY ONE, please write down on a piece of paper:

  • how your child will get home that day and an emergency number, as well
  • whether or not they have a lunch or are buying lunch

Pack it in your child’s backpack to hand to his/her teacher in the morning.

Your piece of paper is an added security measure, just in case we miss something.

It is a crazy day that day and even though you think your child knows,  90% of the time, s/he stands bewildered when asked about lunch and dismissal. We may not get office correspondence until just before 3:00 and by that time there are tears.    

SUPPLIES:

Here is a list of suggested school supplies for students entering 2nd grade. Although pencils, crayons, glue sticks, and scissors are some of the items provided by the school department, you may want to purchase some extras.

  • Individual Supplies
  • 1 water bottle with pop-up top
  • Daily healthy snack
  • Earbuds (to use with chromebooks)
  • 1 pencil box
  • 1 small pencil sharpener
  • 1 or 2 wide-ruled notebooks (for Journal writing)
  • Pocket Folders:
    • 1 yellow with 2 pockets
    • 1 red with 2 pockets, and 
    • 1 blue with 2 pockets and fastener
  • 4 gallon-sized plastic bags

 Classroom donations of the following are always appreciated:

  • Tissues
  • Plastic spoons

We look forward to working with you and your child.  Open communication benefits all.

3RD GR SUPPLY LIST

On the first day of school, DAY ONE, please write down on a piece of paper:

  • how your child will get home that day and an emergency number, as well
  • whether or not they have a lunch or are buying lunch

Pack it in your child’s backpack to hand to his/her teacher in the morning.

Your piece of paper is an added security measure, just in case we miss something.

It is a crazy day that day and even though you think your child knows,  90% of the time, s/he stands bewildered when asked about lunch and dismissal. We may not get office correspondence until just before 3:00 and by that time there are tears.    

SUPPLIES:
Although some school supplies are purchased by teachers and the school department
such as pencils, crayons, colored pencils, scissors, and glue sticks, the following are items we are requesting for you to consider purchasing for your child and our class:

  • 6 solid color 2-pocket folders with no fasteners, one each in the following colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple
  • 2 2-pocket folders any style, color or design
  • 2 Composition Notebooks
  • Hand held Pencil Sharpener
  • Pencil bag or pencil box 
  • One pair of earbuds or headphones
  • A Box of tissues

Thank you in advance for any donations you have already, or are able, to make.

We look forward to working with you and your child.  Open communication benefits all.

4TH GR SUPPLY LIST

On the first day of school, DAY ONE, please write down on a piece of paper:

  • how your child will get home that day and an emergency number, as well
  • whether or not they have a lunch or are buying lunch

Pack it in your child’s backpack to hand to his/her teacher in the morning.

Your piece of paper is an added security measure, just in case we miss something.

It is a crazy day that day and even though you think your child knows,  90% of the time, s/he stands bewildered when asked about lunch and dismissal. We may not get office correspondence until just before 3:00 and by that time there are tears.    

SUPPLIES:

You may want to begin purchasing some school supplies over the summer when the sales are going strong!  This is a list of suggested supplies for incoming fourth grade students.

  • 1” binder 
  • small personal pencil sharpener
  • pencil box
  • 6 solid-color two-pocket folders without fasteners:
    • one each of the following colors:
      • red
      • orange
      • yellow
      • green
      • blue
      • purple
  • 2 Composition Notebooks
  • 3 extra-large, stretchy book covers 
  • Package of 3 x 5 index cards
  • Kleenex box (for the classroom)
  • Earbuds for use with the Chromebook

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Items that are not on this list, such as

  • markers
  • notebook paper
  • wet glue

are not needed in class.  

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Other items, such as:

  • pencils
  • crayons
  • colored pencils
  • scissors
  • glue sticks

will be provided by the school. However, you may want to purchase some for your child.

*Please keep in mind that some of these supplies will need to be replaced each trimester or more often.

We look forward to working with you and your child.  Open communication benefits all.

5TH GR SUPPLY LIST

On the first day of school, DAY ONE, please write down on a piece of paper:

  • how your child will get home that day and an emergency number, as well
  • whether or not they have a lunch or are buying lunch

Pack it in your child’s backpack to hand to his/her teacher in the morning.

Your piece of paper is an added security measure, just in case we miss something.

It is a crazy day that day and even though you think your child knows,  90% of the time, s/he stands bewildered when asked about lunch and dismissal. We may not get office correspondence until just before 3:00 and by that time there are tears.    

SUPPLIES:

  • Pencils

  • Cap erasers

  • Quiet Pencil Sharpener

  • Highlighters

  • Pens

  • Colored Pencils

  • Crayons

  • A roll of tape

  • White out

  • Scissors

  • Earbuds

  • Glue Sticks (4)

  • 2- Black Composition Notebooks

  • 3- Two Pocket Folders

  • 1 Box of Kleenex

  • 1 Bottle of Hand Sannitizer

We look forward to working with you and your child.  Open communication benefits all.

IMPORTANT NOTES

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Our History

Holliman School has 19 classrooms, including an auditorium; fully automated library; all-purpose room; and art ; music and health rooms.

Holliman has close to 50 full or part time adults who service an average enrollment of 325 students in grades Kindergarten through Five.

Our Mission

To create a positive, nurturing, academic and social community in which learning is paramount to creating responsible citizens who are able to succeed in a changing world.