When I Grow Up

Women’s Basketball Team speak and commented, "These girls try hard because they believe they can inspire others". (Right) 6th grade students listen to presenter Dr. Darline Berrios speak on the importance of education.

Women’s Basketball Team speak and commented, “These girls try hard because they believe they can inspire others”. (Right) 6th grade students listen to presenter Dr. Darline Berrios speak on the importance of education.

Paul Cuffee students started the year off right by thinking about their future careers at Brown University’s What I Want to Be Day. Sixth grade students listened to presenters, including our own former 5th grade teacher, Dr. Darline Berrios, as well as Dr. Doreen Wiggins, WPRI-12 meteorologist Michelle Muscatello, members of the Brown’s Women’s Basketball team, and a number of law enforcement officials describe their education, training, and job responsibilities.

All speakers connected their love of sports to their life and how they integrated sports with their careers. The students also enjoyed Brown University’s Women’s basketball game against RIC.

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Average class size: 18
Current enrollment: 774
Annual enrollment growth since 2001: 37%
Faculty with advanced degrees: 67%

What makes this school special is that it reaches beyond books and academics. The emphasis on community and teamwork is amazing.

 Kelly Barr, PCS Staff