Bristol Warren Regional School District
The district operates Mount Hope High School in Bristol, Kickemuit Middle School in Warren, and several elementary schools. The superintendent is Melinda Thies.
The school district is financed by the taxpayers of both Warren and Bristol, based on per pupil population from each town. The budget is developed and recommended by the school committee, forwarded to the joint finance committee for final approval and enactment.
The Bristol/Warren Regional School Committee is a nine member elected board. Six members are elected officials of the Town of Bristol and three members are elected officials of the Town of Warren. The terms are staggered. The joint finance committee is also composed of nine members. The membership comprises the five town council members and town administrator from the Town of Bristol and two members of the Warren Town Council and the Warren Town Manager.
The only middle school in the Bristol/Warren school district is Kickemuit Middle School. Other elementary schools are Hugh Cole Elementary, Guiteras Elementary, Rockwell Elementary, and so on. The High school for both districts is in Bristol; Mt. Hope
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