The Academic department is responsible for the development, implementation, administration and evaluation of the district-wide curriculum, instruction and assessment programs. We also align curricula standards, student assessments and district goals to ensure the highest achievement possible for all students.
Chief Academic Officer
Secretary to the Chief Academic Officer
The Elementary Education Office is responsible for the overall supervision of elementary education in the District. Our goal is to ensure that the highest quality common core aligned teaching and learning is taking place in safe and welcoming schools.
Director of Elementary Education
The mission of the Warwick Public Schools curriculum department is to provide our students a rigorous, guaranteed, viable, and engaging K-12 curriculum based on Common Core and State standards. Our priority is to meet the diverse needs of all of our students so that all of them can achieve success. Warwick has specific grade level curricula for all content area disciplines. Using state and local assessments, we continuously measure student growth, offer intervention services as needed, and provide enrichment to those who exceed the standards. The curriculum office staff oversee the development and implementation of curriculum, instruction, assessment and provide professional development to staff that is aligned to the District Strategic Plan. The curriculum office is located behind Veterans High School and is open from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm.
Director of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and RTI
Sara Monaco Ed.D
Coordinator of Teaching and Learning
Coordinator of Technology Applications and Assessments
Coordinator of Federal and Competitive Grants
Anne Siesel, Ph.D.
English Language Learners are Warwick Public School school students receiving English as a Second Language services or bilingual education services.
English Language Learners face diverse challenges. The highly qualified teachers and language professionals in Warwick Public Schools use ongoing assessments of student progress to address students’ learning, language, and cultural needs and provide tools for their scholastic and extra-curricular success.