Principal

Mr. Sean Kelly

Address

899 Park Avenue

Cranston, RI 02910

Hours

7:00AM - 3:00 PM

Main Office Phone

401-270-8126

Guidance Office Phone

401-270-8123 

Volleyball Team Awards Banquet

The girls volleyball team was honored recently at the RI Volleyball Coaches Association banquet.

View the embedded image gallery online at:
http://cpsed.net/chse/#sigFreeId7394e3b772

Free Math Tutoring 2016

FREE Tutoring in Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra 2 from 2:00 to 3:00 in the library.

Following dates for tutoring for Quarter 2:

Monday, November 28, 2016                      

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Monday, December 19, 2016

Tuesday, January 10, 2016

Tuesday, January 17, 2016

Tuesday, January 24, 2016

Monday, January 30, 2016

Made possible by National Honor Society member volunteers.

Cranston East readies for accreditation visit

Cranston East is currently preparing for a NEASC visit in the Spring of 2017.

This event was featured in an this excellent article by the Cranston Herald's Pam Schiff.

Follow this link to read the article at CranstonOnline.

RIC Early Enrollment Program

Help your student get a head start on college!
 
Rhode Island College's Early Enrollment Program (EEP) offers college credit from RIC for certain designated courses offered at your student's high school (students earn both college and high school credit).
Advantages of taking EEP courses

*         Experience rigorous college-level academic challenges in a high school environment

*         Earn college credits based on the grade earned in a course, not on a standardized-test score

*         Get a head start on college and reduce college tuition costs

The Governor's Prepare RI Fund will again provide full funding for EEP courses for students attending RI public high schools.  EEP courses will be free, but students must formally register. 

Pertussis Update

This is to advise you that we have been notified of additional cases of pertussis among students who attend Cranston High School East. Your child may have been exposed during the school year or while spending time with CHSE students over the summer. You should be aware of the signs and symptoms of pertussis, know what to do if your child develops symptoms of pertussis, and when you should keep your child at home. If you contact your healthcare provider, please be sure to share this advisory with him or her.

For more detailed information on pertussis, download the attached letter.

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