Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School
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Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School
235 Garden Hills Drive
Cranston, RI 02920
phone: 401.942.7245
fax:401.943.5738
website:www.iccatholicschool.org

School Office Hours
During the school year:
7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
(excluding holidays, vacations and school closings)
Extended Care Hours
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
(excluding holidays, vacations, school closings and days designated on the school calendar)
During the summer:
Monday through Thursday
9;00 AM - 1:00 PM
Summer Explore Hours
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
 
School Leadership and Staff
 
Fr. Ronald E. Brassard
Pastor
401.942.1854, x 223
 
Mr. Brian Cordeiro, M.Ed.
Principal
401.942.7245, x 240
 
Ms. Rebecca Maurano
Dean of Student Life
401.942.7245, x 246
 
Mrs. Jane Worrall
Business Manager
401.942.7245, x242
 
Mrs. Marie Habershaw, R.N.
Nurse
401.942.7245, x241
 
Mrs. Donna Giudici
Administrative Assistant
401.942.7245, x 243
 
Almonte, Melinda
Kindergarten
malmonte@iccatholicschool.org
Annese, David
Technology
dra128@icloud.com
Beverly, Patrice
Juniors Lead Teacher/ Grade 5
pbeverly@iccatholicschool.org
Bode, Colleen
Grade 4
cbode@iccatholicschool.org
Brassard, Ronald
Pastor
rbrassard@aol.com
Cayouette, Tammy
Primary Lead Teacher / Grade 1
tcayouette@iccatholicschool.org
Cordeiro, Brian
Principal
bcordeiro@iccatholicschool.org
Cronin, Annemarie
Teaching Assistant
acronin@iccatholicschool.org
Day, Marilyn
Grade 3
mday@iccatholicschool.org
DelFino, David
Physical Education
ddelfino@iccatholicschool.org
DelFino, David
Staff
ddelfino@iccatholicschool.org
DelSanto, Denise
Teaching Assistant
ddelsanto@iccatholicschool.org
Galligan, Francis
6-8 Social Studies
fgalligan@iccatholicschool.org
Galligan, Frank
E.X.P.L.O.R.E Camp Director
fgalligan@iccatholicschool.org
Giudici, Donna
Administrative Assistant to the Principal
dgiudici@iccatholicschool.org
Habershaw, Marie
Nurse
mhabershaw@iccatholicschool.org
Habershaw, Thomas
6-8 Theology
thabershaw@iccatholicschool.org
Jackson, Denise
Resource Teacher
djackson@iccatholicschool.org
Kelley, Rebecca
Dean of Student Life
rkelley@iccatholicschool.org
Kolenda, Susan
Athletic Director
skolenda@verizon.net
Lourenco, Ashley
6-8 English Language Arts Teacher
alourenco@iccatholicschool.org
Mahone, Kristine
Library Literacy
kmahone@iccatholicschool.org
McCusker, Judith
Grade 4
jmccusker@iccatholicschool.org
McNulty, Meagan
Performing Arts
mmcnulty@iccatholicschool.org
McPhillips, Carol
Teaching Assistant
cmcphillips@iccatholicschool.org
Minervino, Sandra
Spanish
sminervino@iccatholicschool.org
Rogers, Melissa
Grade 3
mrogers@iccatholicschool.org
Schattle, Jessica
Grade 2
jschattle@iccatholicschool.org
Sholes, Martha
Visual Arts
msholes@iccatholicschool.org
Smyth, Pamela
Teaching Assistant
psmyth@iccatholicschool.org
VanRossum, Michelle
Technology Coordinator
mvanrossum@iccatholicschool.org
Whittaker, Nicole
Pre-Kindergarten
nwhittaker@iccatholicschool.org
Wiesner, Aimee
6-8 Science
awiesner@iccatholicschool.org
Wood, Karen
Middle Lead Teacher/6-8 Math
kwood@iccatholicschool.org
Worrall, Jane
Business Manager
jworrall@iccatholicschool.org
latest news
  • Wear Your Prayer Day on Friday!!!

    Friday, January 30:

    Wear Your Prayer Day

     

    In an effort to showcase our school's commitment to prayer and to support the prayers of all our community, WEAR YOUR PRAYER DAY is an optional opportunity for students to dress down during Catholic School Week if they wear a White or Gray t-shirt that has been customized by the student to showcase his/her prayer or intentions.  Students can dress down as long as they wear their white or gray prayer t-shirt (it can be worn over clothes if wanted). We encourage you to make this a project for the whole family by sharing what can be written on the shirt.  There is no right way to proclaim your prayer on the t-shirt. You may choose to write a formal prayer, the names of individuals or statements of prayer intentions.  Throughout our day at school, as we culminate Catholic Schools Week, we will all be more aware of our own prayers and reminded to pray for the needs of others. In a special way, we will celebrate our Catholic school community and its commitment to proudly pray to our loving and merciful God.  Catholic schools remain one of the last few educational communities where prayer in not only allowed, it is celebrated.

  • Catholic Schools Week

    2015 Catholic School Week

    January 25-31, 2015

     

    National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. The theme for the National Catholic Schools Week 2015 is "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service." We proudly focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation. 

     

    Catholic schools offer academic excellence and faith-filled education for students nationwide.  National test scores, high school graduation rates, college attendance and other data shows that Catholic schools frequently outperform schools in both the public and private sectors.  Thirty-two percent of Catholic schools nationwide (include our school) have waiting lists for admission and this year alone 23 new Catholic schools opened in the United States.  According to the annual NCEA report on Schools, Enrollment and Staffing, Catholic schools save the nation approximately 24 billion dollars by educating K-12 students outside the public system.

     

    At Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School, we are proud to be an outstanding Catholic school in the Diocese of Providence and we are excited to celebrate our continued blessings throughout this week.

     

    Monday, January 26:

    Prayer Service Celebrating Catholic Education and Our Catholic School

     

    Tuesday, January 27:

    Teacher Appreciation Day

     

    Wednesday, January 28:

    Parent Appreciation Day

     

    Thursday, January 29:

    Student Appreciation Day

    (Students may dress down today!)

     

    Friday, January 30:

    Wear Your Prayer Day

     

    In an effort to showcase our school's commitment to prayer and to support the prayers of all our community, WEAR YOUR PRAYER DAY is an optional opportunity for students to dress down during Catholic School Week if they wear a White or Gray t-shirt that has been customized by the student to showcase his/her prayer or intentions.  Students can dress down as long as they wear their white or gray prayer t-shirt (it can be worn over clothes if wanted). We encourage you to make this a project for the whole family by sharing what can be written on the shirt.  There is no right way to proclaim your prayer on the t-shirt. You may choose to write a formal prayer, the names of individuals or statements of prayer intentions.  Throughout our day at school, as we culminate Catholic Schools Week, we will all be more aware of our own prayers and reminded to pray for the needs of others. In a special way, we will celebrate our Catholic school community and its commitment to proudly pray to our loving and merciful God.  Catholic schools remain one of the last few educational communities where prayer in not only allowed, it is celebrated.

  • School Choice Week!

    Support *Educational* Choice:  Do you believe that parents should always have the right to choose what is best for their children?  Rhode Island Families for School Choice does.  We believe that parents should be empowered to select the best educational environment that meets the needs of their family.  If you agree, let your voice be heard.  Call your senators and representatives today and request their support.  Come to the RI State House on Thursday, January 29 from 2-6PM and take part in our National School Choice Week event. 

    For more information, visit:  www.edchoiceri.org.  

    Think Yellow for School Choice!

  • IC Service Project: Clothing Drive

    Dear Immaculate Families,

    Hello, my name is Isabella Carter and I am in the seventh grade. I am part of the National Junior Honor Society ( NJHS ) and every student in NJHS has to do a community service project. For my project I am doing a clothes closet for the children at Sackett Street Elementary School in South Providence. My goal is to re-fill the clothes closet.  The children at Sackett Street School do not have the proper attire for the the winter. They come into school with no winter jackets and short sleeve shirts. They wear the same clothing all the time. For my project I am collecting shoes, underwear, socks, shirts, pants, sweaters, and  jackets. The clothing can be used or new. Please help out these elementary school children to have a nice and warm winter. If you have any questions you can find me in Tech Homeroom or 7A. Please bring in items to the lobby of the school starting next week.

    Thank You,

    Isabella Carter

  • Ladies Night

    3rd Annual Ladies Night Out

     (Sponsored by the PTO)

    Friday, February 6th, 2015

    ICCR Gym

    5:00pm to 9:00pm

    (Bingo starts at 7:00pm)

     

    "HELLO GORGEOUS!"

    An evening of FUN, FOOD, SHOPPING and BINGO to *WIN*- New styles of Coach®,

    Vera Bradley and Alex & Ani bracelets!!

    *SHOP* - Vendors will be there with FABULOUS accessories, jewelry,

    home goods and more!!!

    *PAMPER* - With a quick beauty treatment from Rinnovo.

     

    COST - $ 20.00 per person INCLUDES: Bingo game packet -8 rounds of bingo, 1 raffle ticket, assorted appetizers, desserts, & coffee.

    ** Wine by the glass available for purchase. **

    FOOD by: Garden Hills Deli, Applebee's, Uno's, Ronzio, Tomaselli's, Panera, Delizioso, Subway, Stadium Pub, The Corner Bakery and more ...

    *Additional bingo card packets and raffle tickets will be available for purchase

    throughout the evening.*

     

    R.S.V.P. ASAP BY FRI. JANUARY 30h, 2015 @ 2:30PM

    *** THIS IS A 21+ EVENT ***

    *****Checks payable to: ICCR****

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