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The Office of Teaching and Learning

Assistant Superintendent's Office

Assistant Superintendent, Michael Podraza


Administrative Assistant , Melissa Ferreira


111 Peirce Street, East Greenwich, RI 02818



Vision of a Graduate Knowledgeable



Students learn factual, conceptual, and content based understandings across a variety of academic disciplines. 

Through “knowledge” our graduates have the ability to transfer content knowledge to a variety of familiar and unfamiliar environments, situations, challenges, and an evolving sense of self and others, within a local and global context.

Vision of a Graduate Reflective



Students routinely think about their knowledge, skills, emotions, connections to others, and personal histories and apply their insights to future situations, endeavors and learning.  

Through “reflection” our graduates use an evolving understanding of who they are, what they are capable of, how they can positively impact and fit into the lives of others-- ultimately taking control of and responsibility for satisfying intrinsic motivations to make a difference with their lives.

Vision of a Greaduate Connected



Students understand and value connecting with a diversity of people, environments, and perspectives.  

Through “connections” our graduates embrace the capacity of individual and collective purpose and action to fully leverage their impact on the interconnected workings of life and the world.


Vision of a Graduate Skilled



Students demonstrate diverse skill sets enabling them to communicate effectively, solve problems creatively, think critically, and collaborate meaningfully with others.

Through “competency” our graduates have the skills and dispositions necessary to harness and use knowledge of a variety of disciplines, of others and of themselves, to pursue current and future goals in order to find their place in the world.

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