Hoops for Hearts 2020

February 13th, 2020

Warwick Veterans Middle School  participaged in Hoops for Hearts to benefit the American Heart Association this year.

Science Olympiad 2019 

March 30th, 2019

Warwick Veterans Middle School Science Club members competed this year for the first time in the Science Olympiad held at Rhode Island College on Saturday, March 30th, 2019.  Students demonstrated their knowledge in various events including roller coasters, solar systems, fossils, crime busters, game-on, and density. Emily Goldman earned Gold in the Science Bowl.

Vets Has Talent  

March 20th, 2019

Warwick Vets Middle School students entertained our school families Wednesday evening with our first annual talent show.  The performers presented for two hours with skills varying from singing, piano, poetry to dancing and martial arts.  The video only encapsulates a few of the twenty acts. Even a group of teachers showcased their dance skills to the delight of the audience.  Tonight proved to set the standard high for subsequent shows in the future.

“Believe in yourself. You are braver than you think, more talented than you know, and capable of more than you can imagine.”-Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

Unified Basketball: Vets vs. Feinstein  

March 14th, 2019

Vets Memorial Middle School welcomed Feinstein students today

Students in 7th and 8th-grade classes attended this game. In order to make our Feinstein opponents feel welcome, 8th-grade students were asked to wear blue and 7th-grade students were asked to wear red in order to welcome our guests.

Pennies for Patients

February 20th- March 22, 2019

Vets Memorial Middle School are beginning their Pennies for Patients Fund drive in order to raise funds to help Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

All donations are greatly appreciated and are tax-deductible. Donations support LLS research, patient services, advocacy, public and professional education, and community services.

Visit our page linked below often to check our progress and please feel free to invite friends to donate to our cause.

Kindness Challenge

February 2019

Vets Grade 6 is participating in this year’s Great Kindness Challenge.

Ms. Kenney shared challenge checklists with every classroom enabling all Vets students to participate in the 2019  Kindness Challenge. Our good deeds are spreading down the hallway as students record their acts of kindness.

Vets Helping Pets

December 3rd- December 21st

Mrs. Pinto’s Science PBL class was inspired by the Vets Helping Vets campaign here at school and wanted to continue the work of making a positive impact on our community. To do this they elected to help local animals in need and created “Vets Helping Pets.”

These “Vets Helping Pets” PBL students hosted two events during the month of December. The first event was a Warwick Veterans schoolwide collection drive for the Warwick Animal Shelter which ran from December 3-December 21. During Week One, the students collected recycled bath and hand towels. Week Two sponsored a collection of dog and cat food and/or treats. For the third and final week of the drive, students collected rolls of paper towels.  Mrs. Pinto’s students prepared scripts and visited classrooms to explain the drive to students.

The second event was a districtwide Animal-Themed Dress Down Day, which took place on December 7.   Students, faculty, and staff across the district wore animal-themed attire and made monetary donations to be donated to the East Greenwich Animal Protection League.

Read the Beacon article about  “Vets Helping Pets”

Hurricane Hope: “Peace on Earth”

December 19th, 2018

Hurricane HOPE had a “Peace on Earth” and pencils event in the cafeteria at lunches on this day.  Mr. Ferro’s band played holiday music, Hurricane Hope elves passed out holiday pencils, and a few other activities took place.  We continued to construct a Remembrance Garland that was started with our grief group. Students wrote the names of loved ones they wish to remember at the holidays on a mitten cut-out, then hung with yarn on the garland. These were hanging in the front foyer.

Scholastic Book Fair @ Vets

November 26th – November 30th

English classes are scheduled to take students to the Book Fair.  The book fair has a generous selection from each genre, along with posters, stationery items, gift items.  Proceeds from purchases made will go to help support our library.

Veterans helping Veterans

We collected over 1,500 items and were able to create 24 large care packages that will be shared with our homeless Veterans and military personnel.

The top 3 homerooms during our collection were as follows:  3rd Place- Ms. Pinto’s HR with 260 items, 2nd Place-Mrs. Kenney’s HR with 292 items, and 1st Place- Mr. Keaney’s HR with 300 items.

Thanks for reaching out and acknowledging the great job the students did.


October 25th, 2018: IT’S MY LIFE Assembly

Theme- Responsibility

IT’S MY LIFE is a three-screen school assembly. The program focuses on the desire for control; for independence; respect; and the power to choose. However, the power to choose comes when we make responsible choices. Making the responsible choice isn’t always the easy choice. Everyone likes to have fun, but too often the fun choices are in direct conflict with the responsible ones. IT’S MY LIFE is a motivational school assembly challenging students to make positive choices for themselves while demonstrating respect for those around them.

Mrs. Caruso is a Golden Apple Winner!

Warwick Vets Middle School has our very own Golden Apple Recipient.  Thursday, October 11th, Channel 10 News Patrice Wood and Ken Wagner, the Commissioner of Education, came into Mrs. Caruso’s room to present her with a well-deserved recognition. 

Read Channel 10’s write up about Jill Caruso’s Golden Apple Award.

Author Visits Vets

On Wednesday, October 10th, Novelist Paul Mosier came to speak at Warwick Vets Middle School. More than 1000 students were able to enjoy this author talk as Mr. Mosier shared his advice on writing and love of books.  Vets remains grateful for Mr. Mosier’s generosity.

Read the Beacon article about Paul Mosier’s Visit

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