Check out some of the latest news stories regarding Meeting Street below!
South Coast Today's pictures from our Endless Summer event held on Saturday, August 26 at Kilburn Mill in New Bedford.
Meeting Street, Providence-based leader in early childhood development programs and inclusive education, promoted Nazik Fernandes to Chief Financial Officer.
TV Maître d', Joe Zito, interviews Meeting Street President, John Kelly.
Meeting Street celebrated their Class of 2023 graduates Tuesday, June 6th.
U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and Governor Dan McKee today joined with child care providers from the Meeting Street School and Rhode Island child care advocates to rally support for comprehensive federal child care legislation that would boost Rhode Island’s investment in child care affordability, access, and workforce retention.
Long before the word inclusion made its way into mainstream vernacular, Meeting Street was showing the educational world how it looked.
The 47th Annual Meeting Street Telethon was back to its full format for the first time since 2019.
Meeting Street is a wonderful part of our community, working with children of all developmental abilities. Tanisha is a second grader at The Grace School. She recently stopped by “The Rhode Show” to share her talents and talk about Meeting Street.
Former commercial and industrial properties in South Providence have been redeveloped into a campus for a nationally recognized non-profit for children with special needs and developmental delays.
Meeting Street is happy to provide more information on our programs and services to representatives of the media.