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  1. An analysis of Rhode Island public high school library/media centers using national, regional, and state standards as evaluative criteria by Patricia Jean Munzer, 1983

21. Chariho Middle School Library Media Center - Rhode Island State Resources
AREA rhode island LIBRARIES. Chariho Middle school Library media Center 2003 455 B Switch Road, Wood River Junction, RI 02894 (401) 3640651 x2240.
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22. Hope Valley Elementary Library Media Center Homepage
The library media center serves as a source of information for everyone in the school. rhode island Children s Book Award Website post your own reviews of
Back to the Hope Valley Elementary School Home Page LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER
FACILITIES The library and every classroom at Hope Valley Elementary School have access to email and the Internet. We can communicate internally from classroom to classroom, or from classroom or library to the world! We have five 6 computers in the Library Media Center, all of them networked for internet use. Classes use this "mini-lab" frequently for research and word processing, as well as other classroom enhancement activities. We use an on-line circulation and catalog system. The catalog can be accessed from any classroom or office..
These capabilities help the students and faculty of Hope Valley School become a community of life-long learners. We emphasize the development of information literacy skills in our students, and use the Big Six Information Skills Model when doing research. Each class is scheduled into the library once a week, with additional time scheduled for classes to come to the library to read, do research, and explore new uses of technology. Contact Mrs. Barton

23. Edward R. Martin Middle School - East Providence Rhode Island
The Library media Center at Martin Middle school supports the school s mission to maximize the potential of every student and to establish a community of
Welcome to
Mrs. Anita Barton
Mrs. Rosemary Driscoll
Librarian Mrs. Mary Beth Kelleher
Secretary Library Policies For Teachers:
Browse the video titles available at MMS A-F G-L M-R S-Z ... Bibliography Formats GOALS
  • Introduce, promote, and encourage children to love and appreciate reading and good literature. Develop capable critical users of information and technology. Improve listening skills Foster visual literacy. Assist children in understanding themselves and their world. Encourage each child to develop to his/her fullest potential. Develop life long learners. In order to accomplish these goals, the school library provides a safe, welcoming environment with appropriate resources, and a caring, knowledgeable, well trained staff.
LIBRARY POLICIES CIRCULATION · Books are borrowed for 2 weeks and may be renewed twice. A student is allowed up to 3 books in circulation.

24. Edward R. Martin Middle School - East Providence Rhode Island
Martin Middle school Library media Center. 80 Burnside Avenue East Providence, rhode island 02915 401433-6200, 145 Taunton Avenue East Providence, rhode
Library Media Center
Mission Statement
The Library Media Center at Martin Middle School supports the school's mission to "maximize the potential of every student and to establish a community of lifelong learners within our diverse, adolescent population." The Library Media Center's mission is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. This is accomplished by: Providing intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats. Providing instruction to foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing, and using information and ideas. Working with other educators to design learning strategies to meet the needs of individual students.*
American Association of School Librarians and Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Information Power:
BuildingPartnerships for Learning. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1998

25. School Library Standards And Evaluation
for Effective school Library media Programs; Pennsylvania Guidelines for school Library Programs Program Quality Indicators rhode island Educational media

Resources for School Librarians - Index
School Library Standards and Evaluation
School Library Standards Job Descriptions Evaluation Forms School Library Mission Statements ... School Library Statistics
School Library Standards for Programs and Facilities

26. Chronic Disease - Programs - Healthy Youth
The campaign is supported by national media channels, public part of the CDCsupported coordinated school health program, the rhode island Department of
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Chronic Disease Prevention
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Healthy Youth: Investing in Our Nation’s Future
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Healthy Youth At A Glance 2004
Prevention Effectiveness Adolescent and School Health Web Site
The health of young people, and the adults they will become, is critically linked to the health-related behaviors they adopt. Certain behaviors that are often established during youth contribute markedly to today’s major killers, such as heart disease, cancer, and injuries. These behaviors include tobacco use; unhealthy dietary habits; inadequate physical activity; alcohol and other drug use; sexual behaviors that can result in HIV infection, other sexually transmitted diseases, and unintended pregnancies; and behaviors that result in violence and unintentional injuries (e.g., driving while intoxicated). These behaviors place young people at increased risk for serious health problems, both now and in the future.
Health Challenges
  • During the past 20 years, decreases in physical activity coupled with unhealthy eating has resulted in a doubling of the percentage of children and adolescents who are overweight.

27. Health Director Recognized For Work With School-Based Health Centers
HEALTHri media Releases. Health Director Recognized for Work with schoolBased Health rhode island s Director of Health has received national recognition from
Rhode Island Department of Health
3 Capitol Hill
Providence, RI 02908
711 (RI Relay) Media Releases 2004 Media Releases 2003 Media Releases 2002 Media Releases 2001 ... HEALTHri CONTACT: Rosemary Reilly-Chammat (401) 222-5922
FOR: Immediate Release
DATE: April 16, 2001
Health Director Recognized for Work with School-Based Health Centers
Rhode Island's Director of Health has received national recognition from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for her encouragement and support of school-based health centers. The Foundation lauded Patricia A. Nolan, MD, MPH, for her leadership in establishing school-based health centers in Rhode Island and in Colorado where she was previously Director of Health. The Foundation announced seven of the national awards; Dr. Nolan is the only state health director recognized. "This recognition honors the work of the whole Department of Health on this important issue. The Robert Woods Johnson Foundation Award four years ago gave us a wonderful opportunity to increase the number of our school-based health centers from three to seven. If I could wave a magic wand, I would start a planning process for a school-based health center in every high school, and require each community health center, organized ambulatory care facility and hospital to be a part of one or more planning groups," Dr. Nolan said.

28. WHS Library Media Center Mainpage
Westerly High school has always had its own library. The Library media Center Today. rhode island Teen Book Award This site lists and describes the 20 books
updated 9-25-03 Welcome to the Westerly High School Library Media Center Hours: 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Phone #: 401 596-2109 Personnel: Marianne Mirando, Library Media Specialist
Sarah Cary, Library Media Specialist

Mrs. Camille Brancato, Library Assistant
Library Holdings Books Periodical Subscriptions Computers for Student Use History: Westerly High School was first opened in 1870 at the corner of School and Elm Streets. It was relocated to a site at the edge of Wilcox Park on Grove Avenue in the early part of the last century. The present home of Westerly High School entered service on Ward Avenue in 1938. Westerly High School has always had its own library. Through most of the 1940's, 50's, and 60's it was located on the second floor in this small (1035 sq. ft.) room. The Library 1940 Included in a burst of construction, the library was moved to the first floor in 1967. It remained there until more building alterations in 1995 moved it back to the second floor over what had been a roof. The photo below shows a portion of the main (4675 sq. ft.) reading room.
The Library Media Center Today

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29. Our Documents - News & Events
an Our Documents Workshop for Library media Specialists The rhode island Educational media At the Narragansett High school media Center, 245 South Pier Road

30. Education In Warwick, Rhode Island
to close the gaps in student learning by giving rhode island s K12 students, faculty and staff increased access to school library media center materials.
Search the Web Search Quick Links Bids Available City Charter City Council Code of Ordinances Council Docket Mayor's Office Sanitation Tax Collection Voting Information Warwick Public Schools
Warwick School Department
Robert Shapiro, Superintendent
34 Warwick Lake Avenue
Warwick, RI 02889
"The mission of the Warwick Public Schools, working cooperatively with families and the community, is to provide challenging learning environments that enable all students to develop skills and knowledge necessary to become self-directed, life-long learners, highly productive responsible citizens, and contributors to a technological and diverse society." (Warwick Public Schools Mission Statement, 2001-2005) Recommended Links
Warwick School Directory
- A comprehensive list of every public school in the City of Warwick with phone numbers, addresses, emails, and more.
Warwick School Department

SALT program
- SALT (School Accountability for Learning and Teaching) is a school-centered cycle of activities to improve school and student performance in the Rhode Island public schools.
Additional Links
Adult Education and GED
- The High School Equivalency Diploma Program, also know as the GED (General Education Development) program has the objective of awarding a Senior High School Equivalency Diploma to persons who successfully complete a series of five tests.

31. Sea Grant News Media Center - Current News
rhode island Sea Grant, based at the URI Graduate school of Oceanography contents copyrighted (19942002) by the Sea Grant National media Relations Office
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Sea Grant Community Service Award cites Rep. Naughton as aquaculture visionary
February 5, 2003
Narragansett R.I. January 22, 2003 When good things happen in Rhode Island’s aquaculture industry, Eileen Naughton’s name usually comes up. Naughton, state representative from Warwick and chair of the Rhode Island Legislative Commission on Aquaculture, has devoted much of her legislative career to promoting aquaculture and related marine businesses as a viable force in Rhode Island’s economy. She has also put money where her mouth is, directing funds to projects ranging from an educators’ network that brings practical aquaculture into classrooms to a million-dollar-plus university/industry/government partnership that nurtures the industry through technological support and applied-science grants. "This is about commerce and about improving our environment," Naughton says of aquaculture and the supporting businesses it generates. Pointing to Rhode Island’s maritime heritage, its ready workforce, and the intellectual and scientific capacity of its universities, she contends that the state has the resources to be a major player in global aquaculture efforts.

32. Sea Grant News Media Center - Marine Science Calendar
Kealakehe High school Library, mauka of Honokohau Legislative Commission on Aquaculture, rhode island Sea Grant by the Sea Grant National media Relations Office

Calendar of Events
October 2003
DATE: October 5, 2003
EVENT: Coast Day
LOCATION: University of Delaware, Hugh R. Sharp Campus, 700 Pilottown Road, Lewes, Delaware
CONTACT: Marine Public Education Office, University of Delaware Sea Grant College Program and Graduate College of Marine Studies, 302-831-8083, , Event Web Site:
DESCRIPTION: Chart your course for an ocean adventure at Coast Day 2003!
Discover the fascinating world of marine science through lectures, research demonstrations, ship tours, touch tanks, children's activities, a nautical crafts show, crab cake cook-off, seafood chowder challenge, delicious seafood, and much more! Admission is free; parking is $2.
Coast Day has won state and national awards for helping people learn more about our seas and shores. Each year, this unique event attracts crowds of 10,000 visitors and more. You can choose from dozens of fun, interesting activities for the whole family.
Tour research ships, visit scientists in their labs, take in a lecture, test your bait at the Great Crab Race, savor the seafood. Ready, set, learn!

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34. RISD : Rhode Island School Of Design : CE FACULTY
visual arts in the Providence Public school System since including some for Very Special Arts rhode island. Certificate Program for New media, RISD; additional
Sondra Arnold : MAT, Art Education, RIC. Arnold currently teaches at Matthew J. Kruss Middle School and in the Fall River public school system. She previously taught at the Alan Shawn Feinstein High School and the George J. West Elementary School in Providence. Brent Alan Bachelder : BFA, Graphic Design, RIC; BFA, Sculpture, RISD. Bachelder is the artistic director of Gallery Insane. He also owns Club Neopolsi Creations, a custom interior/graphic/mural design company. He is on the VSA Arts and RISCA Arts in Education rosters and teaches at various schools in the Providence area. Paul Badger Kevin Baker : BS, Horticulture, URI. Baker operates a design/build landscape construction company with a strong emphasis on stonework. He conducts seminars and lectures on stonework across southern New England. Daniele Baliani : Baliani studied in France, Italy and New York before opening Pignoli in Boston. Under his tutelage, Pignoli earned numerous accolades from the Boston Globe and the New York Times, as well as a spot on list of Top 10 Boston Restaurants. Baliani currently teaches culinary arts at Boston University.

35. RISD : Rhode Island School Of Design : PROFILES
for the ideal person to head its new graduate program in digital media. The school has a at Brown University have been asked to head a new Center for Emergent

36. Child Welfare League Of America: News & Media Center: Press Releases: News & Med
large tax cuts if it meant that the needs of rhode island s most vulnerable in the state, such as child protection, Head Start, and after school programs, in

Op-Eds and Recent Press Releases
Ocean State Voters Give Higher Priority to Investments in Children Than to a Large Tax Cut
May 2, 2001, Providence, RI A majority of Rhode Island's voters- 83%- would be willing to support a smaller tax cut by Congress in order to fund programs that reduce child abuse and neglect, according to a public opinion poll released today by the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA). The survey, conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling and Research, found that residents of the Ocean State would be willing to give up potential large tax cuts if it meant that the needs of Rhode Island's most vulnerable children, youth, and families would be better served.
The poll sampled voter attitudes toward funding levels for various children's services in the state, such as child protection, Head Start, and after school programs, in relation to proposed tax cuts now before Congress. Regardless of their age group or party affiliation, the state's voters favored investing in programs to help children and families. Three out of four voters (79%) said they would support a smaller tax cut if it meant more funding for after school, child care, and school readiness programs such as Head Start. In contrast, less than half (48.6%) would support a smaller tax cut in order to build new highways, and only about one-third (37.9%) would support a smaller tax cut if it meant more funds for advanced military weapons and the national missile defense shield.
"This poll confirms our belief that most people would prefer helping distressed children and families to taking the largest tax cut possible. It's about investments in all of our futures. Once again, the public is way ahead of many politicians," commented CWLA Deputy Director Michael Petit. Seventy-seven percent of those responding believed that "government has a role in preventing and treating child abuse and neglect."

37. Newport, Rhode Island Public Schools -
Newport Elementary school, grades K-5, with library media center. http// Rate It. Newport and the rhode island Coast.
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Newport [1540] Hits Comments about this link? Rate It Newport and the Rhode Island Coast Newport - This video looks at both the history of Newport and the attraction of coastal Rhode Island. Visit the beaches and quaint towns and relive generations of summer memories. We will take you from the gilded halls of the Newport mansions to hidden salt marshes; from crowded streets of Colonial homes to lonely lighthouses, you'll meet fascinating people who make any visit here memorable.

38. Chariho, Rhode Island Public Schools (Charlestown, Richmond, Hopkinton) - RhodeM
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39. Providence, RI, City Profile - Rhode Island Hotels, Festivals, Genealogy, Newspa
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40. Children's Book Awards And Other Literary Prizes
Society of school Librarians International Gives awards in on Reading Booklist, from Library media. Montana, Oregon, Washington rhode island Children s Book
Children's Book Awards and Other Literary Prizes
The Internet School Library Media Center (ISLMC) awards page includes major book awards and best books lists in children's literature and young adult literature of interest to librarians and teachers. Awards for nonprint media such as computer software or video for children and young adults are also included. The ISLMC is a meta site where teachers, librarians and students can browse selected links. Please visit the ISLMC Home Page . You can search this site, use an index or use a site map . Updated 5/5/02.
For an alphabetical list of awards, see Awards List
Adult Book Awards
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Adult Book Awards
Amazon Book Company Awards List
Award Web

Many awards, including science fiction, romance, Pulitzers, others.

Good awards site. Several awards.
National Book Awards

Given by U.S. publishers in various categories. Two cash award prizes for fiction and
nonfiction. Established in 1950. Called American Book Award from 1980-86.

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