North Smithfield Middle School
|North Smithfield Middle School|
opened in 2008-2009
2214 Providence Pike
North Smithfield, Rhode Island 02896
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|School district||North Smithfield School District|
|Color(s)||Green and Gold|
North Smithfield Middle School is a middle school in the Primrose section of North Smithfield, Rhode Island, USA (in Providence County).
The current middle school opened in 2008-2009. Local students had received private instruction within the town since colonial times. During the American Revolution (1775–1783), one of North Smithfield's first recorded schools was founded in the home of Elisha Thornton near modern-day Slatersville. In the 1800s many local students attended the private Bushee Academy (Smithfield Union Village Academy) in Union Village. The first school building located near the present school in Primrose, Rhode Island was known as the "Andrews School," originally a one-room wooden school house, first constructed in 1838. The wooden building was replaced by a larger brick building in the early twentieth century, which currently serves as the North Smithfield Superintendent's office, adjacent to the High School and Middle School. Prior to the completion of the 2008-2009 school, North Smithfield students attended North Smithfield Junior-Senior High School within the current high school building.
- Schools in Rhode Island
- Walter Nebiker, The History of North Smithfield (Somersworth, NH: New England History Press, 1976)
- Walter Nebiker, The History of North Smithfield (Somersworth, NH: New England History Press, 1976), 133-134
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