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Paul Cuffee Students Celebrate International Walk to School Day

Paul Cuffee’s Physical Education teacher, “Coach” Marlon Mussington coordinated the Lower School’s Walk to School Day event to emphasize pedestrian safety and the value of daily...

Paul Cuffee’s Middle School Art Teacher Named Rhode Island Art Educator of the Year

PCS congratulates Middle School Art Teacher, Amy Weigand, who won the RI Art Education Association's Outstanding Middle School Art Educator of the Year and overall RI Art Educator of the Year.

Ready for School?

Here are some tips for easing into the new school year, including a supply list for our youngest Paul Cuffee students.

Rowing Club Begins at PCS

Funding from a 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant has made it possible for twelve Middle School students to learn to row after school at Narragansett Boat Club this season.

Advocating for the Environment

In spite of the April snow showers and less than spring-like temperatures, environmental stewardship is in full bloom at Paul Cuffee School. Partnering with the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC), PCS 4th graders attended ...

Rhythm Room Visits PCS

Seth Antonitis, an accomplished musician and enthusiastic educator from the cast of the Rhythm Room visited PCS Lower School on March 9th to lead integrated arts workshops with Mr. Staton and his students in each of grades 2-5.

Paul Cuffee School Cares

February was American Heart Month and nearly 400 Paul Cuffee students and their teachers participated in this year’s Jump Rope for Heart: a month-long endurance event coordinated by Marlon Mussington, the Paul Cuffee Lower School’s physical...

Nature’s Classroom

During February break, the Paul Cuffee fourth grade team arranged for more than 100 elementary school students and their families to hike with two Audubon guides and some of their teachers at Neutaconkanut Hill in Providence.

Great News for the New Year!

Thanks to the generous $25,000 matching challenge offered by two dear friends of the School, and the amazing response of our extended community, Paul Cuffee School exceeded its ambitious fundraising goals for the month of December!

Annual Fund Donations will be Doubled in December!

Thanks to two dear friends of Paul Cuffee School, all donations received before midnight on December 31st will be matched up to $25,000!

Average class size: 21
Current enrollment: 813
Annual enrollment growth since 2001: 37%
Faculty with advanced degrees: 57%

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