TIMES 2 Inc. Welcomes New Assistant Director of Development

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September 25, 2018 (Providence, Rhode Island) – TIMES2 Incorporated is excited to announce and welcome Washawn Jones as its new Assistant Director of Development. She will be responsible for growing the organization’s major gifts program including partnerships, donations and fundraising events. In addition, she will cultivate and maintain relationships with area business people and media outlets. Mrs. Jones joins the … Read More

School will be in session 09/21/2018

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Hello Families and TIMES2 Community, I know many of you are concerned about school tomorrow. I wanted to make it clear that TIMES² STEM Academy will be in session tomorrow as we have a contract with a separate bus company than the rest of our district. The potential bus strike with First Student would not have any adverse effect on … Read More

TIMES2 Response to William Parson Tragedy

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TIMES2 STEM Academy has been providing support to students and adults following the tragic death of William Parson, a 15-year-old student at Central High School on Wednesday of this week. Several students from TIMES2 expressed their deep concern and grief over what had happened.  Grief counseling has been available to individual students and will continue to be available. Students and … Read More

TIMES2 Classroom Mold Remediation

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To Our Community, There has been information circulating on social media here that shows mold in one of our classrooms. Due to the historic heat and humidity this summer, especially this August. We have found cooling pipe insulation being saturated with condensing water, (water within the air), which resulted in some areas of mold on the cooling pipe insulation above … Read More

TIMES2 STEM Academy Alumni Reunion!

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You are invited to join us for our TIMES2 STEM Academy Alumni Reunion! The date will be Tuesday May 15, 2018 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM at the Providence Marriott Downtown (1 Orms St. Providence, RI 02904) Please RSVP by April 30, 2018 to reserve your spot. Please see our Alumni Reunion Invitation for more information! To RSVP, click … Read More

Youth STEM TALKS RI set to Inspire the Next Generation of Innovation

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At the Bristol campus of Roger Williams University, speakers will talk to 200 middle- and high-school students from Rhode Island public and charter schools BRISTOL, R.I., March 7, 2018 ­­– TIMES² Institute and Roger Williams University will host STEM Talks RI Youth on Thursday, March 8, at RWU’s Bristol campus. Speakers will address 200 middle- to high-school students from Rhode … Read More

TIMES2 Allergy Notice

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For the PDF version of this post as well as a version in Spanish, click here. Dear members of TIMES2 STEM Academy community, The health and safety of all students at TIMES2 STEM Academy is our priority. Several students have been diagnosed with cases of Anaphylaxis allergic reactions to Kiwi today. We are requesting your help in keeping our students … Read More

TIMES2 Launches Innovative Afterschool Program Aimed At Increasing Student Outcomes and Equalizing Learning Opportunities for Providence Youth

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PROVIDENCE — January 23, 2018 — TIMES2 STEM Academy announced increased investments in afterschool programs to increase student outcomes and provide authentic experiences.  Ever increasing evidence substantiates the efficacy of afterschool programs.  TIMES2 now offers eight STEAM related programs for students to explore. “Our focus on providing our young learners with expanded experiential learning opportunities will help kids build community, … Read More

TIMES2 Charity Golf Tournament

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Join the fun and raffles during our charity golf tournament. All funds received will be used to run our Enrichment Programs. With your contribution, TIMES2 STEM Academy Enrichment Programs can continue to wing in to action. See the graphic below for more information: