Beacon Charter Newsletter

October 2016

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Our Silent Auction is Missing Something!

We've got some great items, amazing delights from our culinary student artists, performances by our glee club and jazz band, as well as some recognitions of an amazing alum and some of our community partners.

What we're missing is YOU! This is a fun night for parents, teachers, partners, and other adults to get together to celebrate the amazing place that is Beacon! We've got so much that we are proud of and you are a big part of our success. We know that families are truly our best partners. Come to share in the celebration.

It's a casual opportunity to interact with the Beacon and Founders faculty and staff and share your love of our schools. Tickets are only $25 per person. All hors d'oeuvres and desserts are included with admission and a bar is available for drink purchases. Please join us for a fun night on:

Thursday, October 27th

St. Ann Arts & Cultural Center

Doors open at 6pm

For more information or tickets, please visit

2017 Yearbook Ads Now Available!

Ad space is available in our next yearbook for businesses and individuals. Prices start at only $25.

Please submit ads here:

Payments should be sent to:

Beacon Charter High School for the Arts


c/o Carol Mowry

320 Main Street

Woonsocket, RI 02895

Questions? Contact Mrs. Mowry at

Beacon is Doing Our Part to Help in impoverished countries

We have been looking at opportunities to help in other countries. The more we talk about needs, the more requests we receive. The interest to help started with Ms. Turcotte traveling to Haiti every year to help with educational needs. Children must pay to go to school and most can't afford it. Ms. Turcotte will be heading there again in February.

Mrs. Go is joining her family on a medical mission in January working with the Indigenous people called Aetas in the mountains of the Philippines.

Beacon families want to sponsor a shoe cutting party to help an organization called Sole Hope who takes these pieces and crafts shoes for people in Uganda. These shoes are necessary to ward off jiggers, which lay eggs that multiply and cause painful tissue damage in peoples feet.

The PTSA will begin a shoe drive to help people micro-enterprise by selling these shoes for a small amount , but will train them with the skills to be self-supportive.

An after school club is starting on Tuesdays at Founders to make crafts to sell at school events and hopefully fairs. The proceeds will be donated to oversees needs. Programs are being developed at Beacon as well.