List of 20 news stories.


  • PCD Welcomes New Director of Finance and Operations

    PCD is thrilled to welcome Michael Sandner as our new Director of Finance and Operations. Michael is coming to us from the Hartford International University for Religion and Peace, where he has worked for nearly a decade as Chief Business Officer and Title IX Officer, as well as Director of Human Resources.
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  • PCD Launches $15M Fundraising Campaign During Centennial Year

    The future is bright for 100-year old independent school Providence Country Day as it launches its Centennial Campaign to raise $15 million of comprehensive funding for improving campus facilities, increased endowment, and unrestricted funds. Most notably, the school intends to build a new arts building at the center of the school’s 30-acre campus in East Providence.
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  • PCD Celebrates Class of 2024

    Providence Country Day School celebrated the 42 members of the Class of 2024 during Commencement on June 12, 2024.
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  • Lower School Raises Over $4500 for The Hotel for Homeless Dogs Humane Society!

    In March, the Lower School raised funds to support the Hotel for Homeless Dogs Humane Society. Each class was challenged to collect as much spare change as possible, with the winning class receiving a Puppy Pizza Party. In total, the school raised over $4500 for the shelter.
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  • New Collaboration Brings Teacher Training Program Back to HBS

    For the majority of its 125 year history, the Henry Barnard School had been a teaching school, where education students from Rhode Island College (RIC) could spend time in the classroom — learning from current teachers and gaining firsthand experience with students. But that program ended more than a decade ago. It was only in the last few years that talks of restoring it began.
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  • PCD Saddened to Announce Passing of Long-Time Faculty Member, Tom Ossman

    PCD is sad to announce that one of our school's giants, Tom Ossman, passed away on Saturday, March 30. Mr. Ossman passed peacefully in the presence of family at his residence at Wingate Blackstone in Providence, where he lived for the past several years. Tom had recently turned 94 on March 1.
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