Esek Hopkins Middle School serves approximately 550 students in General Education, The Arts, Multilingual Learners, and Special Education programs including inclusion, self-contained hybrid and autism in grades 6-8. Esek Hopkins offers blended learning to increase student engagement in their studies. Esek Hopkins has a school culture and climate committee to help build positive relationships within the school community. In addition to academics, in-school programming includes Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), award celebrations, monthly school wide competitions, Feinstein Acts of Kindness, restorative practices and career exploration. The school also hosts a number of after-school programs through Providence After School Alliance (PASA) as well as after school tutorials.
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