Congratulations to seventh grader, Alan Gagante for winning this year's spelling bee contest
Gaudet Middle School
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Athletics schedule for Middletown High School and Gaudet Middle School
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The Gaudet Student Council has been making it's list and checking it twice to ensure that the children from Forest Avenue and Aquidneck Elementary Schools received a golden ticket to take a wonderful ride to the North Pole this weekend.
Friday, November 2, 2012
In partnership with NewportFilm, many community organizations help bring BULLY to the Jane Pickens theatre to rally administrators, teachers and parents together on this very serious subject.
Last week, NewportFilm, in partnership with community organizations, rallied administrators, teachers and parents together on the subject of bullying. They took the opportunity to raise the serious subject to the people who can make difference, while at the same time advocating for the service that their organization has to offer to the public and its schools. Camilla Gold, Portsmouth High School student, who originally hails from California, commented to the audience during the panel discussion. "I wish I saw the teachers and people who see bullying and let it happen here," said Gold. "I think this would be eye-opening for them." Some would say this statement is out of the mouthes of babes but for the packed house of administrators, …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
The Gaudet Parent/Teacher Group outdid themselves with this year's Halloween frolic. 200 hundred students danced the night away with fantastical costuming and magical make up.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Parents and children danced the evening away at this first ever getting-to-know-you event at the Gaudet Learning Academy.
What do you get when you mix comfy pajamas, pizza slices, great music and terrific friends? You get the first ever grade four family social at the Gaudet Learning Academy. Over 200 moms, dads, grandparents, teachers, 4th graders and their siblings came out in force on a rainy Friday night to enjoy a meal together and dance the evening away. This pajama party was sponsored and coordinated by the Gaudet PTG "Ladies in Blue" who started the evening with a 4-Seasons Getting To Know You Bingo icebreaker. And break the ice it did. In no time, this family friendly event turned into a giant Conga Line to hits from the '80s, the best ever Chicken Dance and this writer's personal favorite - the Cupid Shuffle! By the time the evening was over, …
Monday, October 22, 2012
for the week of Ocotber 21, 2012.
Sunday, October 21 Monday, October 22 4:00PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Moses Brown School (Home) 4:00PM Girls Varsity Cross Country OPEN DATE Freshman States @ Burrillville Middle School − No Bus (Away) 6:30PM Boys Varsity Soccer Pilgrim High School (Home) Tuesday, October 23 3:15PM Coed Middle School Cross Country St. Georges School Island Race @ St. Georges 2:10PM (Away) 3:30PM Boys Junior Varsity Soccer Tiverton High School (Home) 5:00PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball Rogers High School (Away) 6:30PM Girls Varsity Volleyball Rogers High School (Away) Wednesday, October 24 5:00PM Girls Varsity Soccer Tolman High School (Away) Thursday, October 25 7:00PM Boys Freshman Football Westerly High School (Home) Friday, October 26 5:…
Monday, August 27, 2012
Gaudet students and families, take a look at what's new . . .
With a little over a week to go before the start of school in Middletown, here are some reminders for students and families attending Gaudet: Please be mindful of the following pick up and drop off policies at the start of the year: 1) All drop-offs and pick-ups are in the back parking lot (Turner Rd. entrance and exit). This includes the first day of school. 2) When dropping off, the lead car should pull all the way up to the stop sign. Students in cars that are stopped next to the sidewalk, need to exit so we can maximize the number of cars dropping off at any given moment. This keeps the line of cars moving 3) 4th and 5th grade students enter in the gym foyer. There is supervision in this area and students are escorted to their …
Monday, March 19, 2012
Middletown High Assistant Football Coach Dustin Almeida says he he knew from a young age that he wanted to become a coach.
Dustin Almeida has wanted to be a coach ever since he was a student himself. “I knew it from jump street.” said Almeida, who is assistant football coach for Middletown High School and a teacher at Gaudet Middle. His resume proves it. Almeida started coaching Middletown students when he was in high school. He served as the assistant coach for Arthur Napolitano, the coach at the time for Middletown’s youth football league, Pop Warner. “Basically, my job was to hold the clipboard, but I was on my way,” Almeida said with a laugh. Since then, he has coached ten seasons of Middletown football. In addition to coaching, Almedia teaches health and physical Education at his old middle school, Gaudet. Almeida graduated from Middletown High …
Monday, March 5, 2012
Fifth grader Mason Gilman has been described as one of the best young golfers to ever come out of the island.
Eleven-year-old Mason Gilman discovered golf at age four by hitting plastic golf balls into his grandfather’s pool. His grandfather recognized young Gilman's natural talent and interest in the sport, so when he was eight, his grandfather took him to the country club for his first real game. Just three years later, Gilman has developed into what Pat Maher, former board member of Middletown's Wanumetonomy Country Club, describes as “one of the best young players to ever come out of the island.” “He is a great student of the game,” Maher said. A fifth grader at Gaudet Middle School, Gilman's dream is to eventually make the sport a career. “I would like to get a full scholarship to college, study to become a golf pro and then become a …