Run the night at the Newport Night Run! The city by the sea’s
annual after-hours 5K starts and finishes at Rogers High School and benefits
the Newport Public Education Foundation. This one-of-a-kind course showcases
some of Newport’s most beautiful rural roads, including parts of Ocean Avenue
and Hazard Road. Walkers and runners of all ages and paces are welcome to
A portion of all registration fees and 100 percent of all
sponsorship fees go directly to the Newport Public Education Foundation.
Learn more and register
Sponsor the Newport Night Run
Join us for an afternoon social hosted by the Newport Public Education Foundation!
4-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 @ Sail Newport, 72 Fort Adams Drive
RSVP via Facebook
* Meet and mingle with fellow Newport Public Schools parents, teachers and friends.
* Enjoy stunning harbor views from Sail Newport’s new Mid-Park Marine Education and Recreation Center.
* Learn how the Newport Public Education Foundation directly and positively impacts the students of Newport Public Schools.
$25 per person, available in advance or at the door. Includes two drink tickets (additional drink tickets will be available for purchase).
* Hors d’oeuvres by Blackstone Catering
* Beer and wine by Fifth Ward Liquor
* 50/50 raffle
* Adults only, please
* Event space generously provided by our 2018 Partner in Education, Sail Newport
The mission of the Newport Public Education Foundation is to support programs that are not otherwise funded by the school budget. Each year, we award an average of $20,000 in grants to classroom teachers and community partners to provide innovative educational experiences to students in the Newport Public Schools.
We invite you to help us continue our mission.
In 2017, we gave enrichment grants to classroom teachers at Pell Elementary School, Thompson Middle School and Rogers High School for programs such as a lending library for English language learners and collaborative projects with organizations such as Save the Bay, Casey Farm and the Norman Bird Sanctuary. At Pell, we supported the social-emotional Open Circle curriculum for the second straight year, and at Rogers, we funded training for social workers seeking to implement an evidence-based social curriculum.
We continue to support our community partnership with the Newport Restoration Foundation, through which students from multiple grade levels produce artwork for display at Rough Point as part of the museum’s exhibits.
Despite the success that is evident throughout our district, Newport Public Schools continue to be challenged in many ways. Now more than ever, students and educators need our financial support to maintain a high standard of learning.
We ask for your help in funding our efforts. Donations may be submitted through the link below or by check made payable to Newport Public Education Foundation and mailed to 320 Thames St., Unit 1237, Newport, RI 02840.
We look forward to having you join us in our efforts.
The Noreen Stonor Drexel Education Awards are selected annually and represent individuals and organizations that significantly contribute to the students of the Newport Public Schools. Currently, three awards and a scholarship are presented annually.
Nominations are now being solicited for an individual who represents a friend of education, an organization that represents a partner in education and and individual who represents an unsung hero of education.
These awards will be presented at this year’s An Evening for Education to be held Friday, June 2, 2017 at the Edward King House, 35 King Street, Newport, RI.
2017 Noreen Stonor Drexel Education Award Nomination Form