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    Local Schools Recognized for High Attendance and Improvement by Governor McKee and Commissioner Infante-Green


    Governor Dan McKee and Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green of Rhode Island have acknowledged schools with the highest average weekly attendance for the week of April 1, 2024. This is part of the #AttendanceMatters campaign, highlighting the role of regular attendance in education. Schools with notable attendance include Clayville Elementary School, Times² STEM Academy, and Classical High School.

    The average weekly attendance rates determined these schools. Clayville Elementary School in Scituate had an attendance rate of 96.9%, Times² STEM Academy in Providence had 97.9%, and Classical High School in Providence had 96.9%. These schools were commended for maintaining high attendance.

    Governor McKee and Commissioner Infante-Green also recognized schools that improved their average attendance rates from the previous week. These include Kent Heights School in East Providence, Joseph Jenks Middle School in Pawtucket, and Sheila 'Skip' Nowell Leadership Academy in Providence.

    The Governor and Commissioner thanked all Rhode Island schools for prioritizing attendance and promoting consistent learning for all students. They expressed hope that this acknowledgment will motivate other schools to aim for higher attendance and better learning experiences.

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