Bulgarmarsh Recreation Area Crandall Rd & Bulgarmarsh Rd, Tiverton, RI02878 The Bulgarmarsh Recreation Area is located on Bulgarmarsh Road. It contains a skate park, basketball courts and a…More playground. It also contains a softball field with lights. The Tiverton Men's Softball League, the Tiverton Little League, Sakonnet Schooners Football, Tiverton High School Softball and Tiverton Men's Sunday Morning Softball use the area. It is overseen by the Tiverton Recreation Department.
Town Farm Recreation Area Wampanog Ln & Main Rd, Tiverton, RI02878 The Tiverton Town Farm Recreation Area is located on Main Road in south Tiverton before the Historic Four Corners. It…More contains four lighted tennis courts, two baseball fields, a softball field, two soccer fields, a one-third mile walking track and a small playground for all ages. The Tiverton Little League, Tiverton Youth Soccer and the Tiverton High School Tennis Team utilize the area.
Tiverton Youth Soccer 343 Highland Rd, Tiverton, RI02878 Tiverton Youth Soccer is the largest youth sports program operating in the town today, servicing more than 600 boys and…More girls of ages 4 through 15 years and providing them with instruction and competition in soccer. Tiverton Youth Soccer annually fields more than 50 teams in its fall recreational program and numerous age-group squads in its winter and spring competitive programs. Games and practices are held at various fields in the town, including the Town Farm Recreational Complex, Pocasset School, Tiverton Middle School and Tiverton High School. Tiverton Youth Soccer is constructing a new soccer facility off North Brayton Road, which should be completed by 2014; this facility will include four fields on an eight-acre complex.
Sakonnet Independent Baseball Association 200 Hilton St, Tiverton, RI02878 The Sakonnet Independent Baseball Association services boys and girls of ages 13 through 15 years primarily residing in…More Tiverton, Little Compton, and Westport. During the 2010 season, the league fielded six teams. League games are played in Tiverton at the Pocasset School, in Little Compton at Veterans' Field, and in Westport at Westport High School.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 5392 Woodrow L. Silvia hall is located on Shove Street in North Tiverton. It…More is part of a national non-profit organization that provides veterans benefits and community outreach.
Members contribute numerous volunteer hours and provide college scholarships to local high school students.
The administrative offices for Tiverton's School Department are located within the high school on North Brayton Road.…More The district currently has around 1,950 students. There is a high school, middle school and three elementary schools: Fort Barton, Pocasset and William E. Ranger.
The elementary schools are for grades K-4 and the middle school is for grades 5-8.
All five of the school department's schools have hosted successful School Accountability for Learning and Teaching visits and the high school is currently accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
All five schools within the district were recognized by the Rhode Island Department of Education for high student achievement on the New England Common Assessment Program.
Tiverton School Department is committed to standards-based instruction and performance in a K-12 curriculum.
The Tiverton School Committee meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 7 pm in the Tiverton High School Library. Announcements of all regular school committee meetings will be made at least two days prior to the meeting by the superintendent.
William J. Rearick is the superintendent of schools.
The longstanding tradition of gridiron success at Tiverton High School can be largely credited to the efforts of the…More Sakonnet Schooners football and cheerleading programs, which have served as a valuable feeder system to the high school for many years. The Schooners annually field five football teams and five spirit squads, encompassing more than 100 boys and girls of ages 6 through 14 years.
The Schooners are members of the Rhode Island-Southeastern Massachusetts Football and Spirit Conference (an affiliate of Pop Warner Football) and play games from September to November against other local programs. The Schooners use Tiverton High School as their home field.