Mr. Sean Kelly


899 Park Avenue

Cranston, RI 02910


7:00AM - 3:00 PM

Main Office Phone


Guidance Office Phone


Flu Vaccine Clinic November 3

Attention Parents and Students:

A Flu vaccine clinic for Cranston High School East students will be held November 3rd during school hours from 7AM-11-AM. 

There is no cost for your child to get the flu shot.

There are two ways to register for the Flu Clinic.

Online at

Or download the attached consent form and return to the nurse.

If you wish to have your child vaccinated please complete the consent forms and return to the school as soon as possible.

If you have any questions contact The Wellness Company at 401-461-0662 or Department of Health at 401-222-5920

East Wear Order

Hurry! The East Wear sale ends on October 7, 2016.  Don't be left out, order your T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, hats, hoodies and more!  Download the attached order form for more information.

Download this file (East Wear Order Form16.pdf)East Wear Order Form16.pdf[ ]509 kB

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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