Due to COVID 19, the Co-curricular Programs are modified
FASRI's co-curricular activities offer our students the opportunity to further explore their leadership skills, socialization, and enhance our students' educational experience. These programs take place during the school day and are designed to help develop self-control, coordination, and physical strength. The students discover the satisfaction of problem-solving with their peers and increase their confidence and self-esteem.
At FASRI, we believe in taking full advantage of our local and broader community to enrich our educational program. Students of all ages benefit from day field trips and overnight field trips throughout the school year. Field trips are an integral part of the curriculum and are mandatory.
Examples of field trips:
- RISD Museum of Art
- Local farms and orchards (K)
- Ecotarium (1st-2nd grade)
- Woodman Center (3rd-4th grade)
- Brown Neurology Lab (8th grade)
- W. Alton Jones environmental education (1st-2nd grade)
- Mystic Aquarium (3rd-4th grade)
- Fish'n Tales Adventures (3rd-4th grade)
- Suez Waste Water Treatment (3rd-4th grade)
- Cape Cod Sea Camp (5th-7th grade)
- Plymouth Plantation (3rd-4th grade)
- Tomaquag & Farm (K)
- Canobie Lake Park (7th-8th grade)
- Roger Wheeler State Beach (1st-2nd grade)
- Colt State Park
- River Classroom aboard the Explorer (6th-7th-8th grade)
- Preschool through Kindergarten: swimming and/or rock climbing.
- Elementary and Middle School (varies by grade): Ice skating, swimming, and athletics.
- Middle School sport teams: programs are offered in cooperation with the Providence Country Day School. Physical education classes are available through the Fox Point Boys and Girls Club and at Gano Park.