E3 (E-Cubed) Academy (High School)

The mission of E-Cubed Academy is to create a vibrant student-centered community that will eliminate all barriers to learning, thus capitalizing upon the academic, social, and civic potentials of all learners.

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    E CUBED ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL

     

    Financial Literacy Series and Parent Workshops
    March 21, 2019
    Healthy Eating and Nutrition - Room 118
    (Hope Clinic with Elizabeth DaSilva, School Nurse)
    5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    April 25, 2019
    Understanding Your Credit Score - Room 150
    5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    May 17, 2019
    Learn How To Create A Budget With Excel Spreadsheet
    5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. - Computer Lab 132

     For more information: Regina Winkfield  at regina.winkfield@providenceschools.org or call 401-456-0694

     

     

    Student Choice and Student Voice

     

    "When we set our own goal and we reach it, it makes you feel awesome. I’m pushing myself more to do better and to master it. I know if I set that goal, I have to get it done on time.”
    Sarah Keith, 9th Grade, E-Cubed Academy

    "When we set our own goal and we reach it, it makes you feel awesome. I’m pushing myself more to do better and to master it.

    Click on the link below to find out more!

     

    E Cubed Academy: A Case Study in Education Week--

    "A Personalized Model School of Instruction" 

     

    The mission of E Cubed Academy High School is to create a vibrant student-centered community that will eliminate all barriers to learning, thus capitalizing upon the academic, social and civic potentials of all learners.
     

     Principal Welcome Letter: Click Here

     

    2018-2019 Bell Schedule: Click Here

     

     

     

    SCHOOL COUNSELOR

    STUDENT CASELOAD CHANGES (New 2018-2019 School Year )

     

    School counselors have been assigned student caseloads by first letter of last name. If you need assistance with your schedule, please contact counselor assigned to you as follows:

     

    Ms. Brunache - All students with last name beginning with letters A-M
    Melanie.NoblesBrunache@ppsd.org

     

    Ms. Taing - All students with last name beginning with letters N-Z including seniors graduating in class of 2019
    lin.taing@ppsd.org

     

     
     

     

     

    PARKING POLICY: If one of our scholars drive to school, they must meet the parking guidelines to park a car on campus. Each car will receive a parking pass. This pass can be revoked if students do not follow the guidelines. Student drivers must show proof of driver's license, insurance and registration to park on school property. Any student who drives to school and parks on school property, must complete an application and have a sticker applied to their lower left windshield. Students will be assigned a parking spot in the upper parking lot. Go to main office for assistance.

     

    Attention Sophomore all Parents: Your student is required to PARTICIPATE in Collegeboard assessments --The 10th grade PSAT on April 10, 2019. There is no cost for the assessment and the school must meet its 95% participation rate. Those results will be discussed with students in their mentor groups through a student conferencing format. Students will use Khan Academy to ramp up on any skill deficits in Reading, Writing and Math in preparation for the assessment.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Sincerely,

    Principal Winkfield

     

     

     

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