Lessons and Carols
Tomorrow is the night our 3rd through 6th graders share this beautiful Christmas service with you at 6:30 p.m. in the main sanctuary. Please have your student report to his or her classroom or homeroom teacher in the small chapel at 6:10 pm. The dress for this event is dressy casual; this includes slacks, button down shirts, dress shirts, polos or V-necks for the gentlemen, and dresses, skirts or pants for the ladies. Please no jeans, shorts, t-shirts, or sweatshirts. No hats, please. Christmas colors are optional.
Our 9th – 12th graders are on a modified finals schedule for Thursday, Dec. 8 and Friday, Dec. 9. Students will still arrive at 8:00, and end of the day will still be 3:30. Here’s a link to the schedule.
Friday: Finals and Fabulous
Finals don’t have to be dreary. 5th-12th graders are welcome to wear Providence T-shirts and jeans this Friday! We’ll also be serving up a hot cocoa bar and some treats. Be there or be a polygon with four equal angles.
Fun Lunch and Ballet Shoes Book Party December 8th
Dress: Christmas colors!
Girls in PreK-6th grade may also wear tutus over their clothes for the Ballet Shoes lunch.
Fun Lunch: Bush’s chicken tenders, rolls, gravy, (chips for older students) and grapes.
Funch Lunch Food Serving Volunteers:
If you wish to serve and all spaces are filled, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll find a place for you!
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Essay Contest
This is a great opportunity for our students in 4th and 7th grades to practice their writing skills and learn more about Texas history. Our local chapter deadline is January 19th. Check out this website http://www.drtinfo.org/education/essay-contests or if you have further questions, you may contact Patricia Cummins, our crossing guard, Providence parent, and a member of a local DRT chapter.
Coming in the New Year…
January dates to know:
3rd – First Day of the Semester (no
assignments on Mon. Jan. 2)
16th – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
No school assignments
19th – Fun Lunch and Early Modern Lego
26th – Town Hall Meeting
31st – Grammar School History Fair
All month – Speech Meet preparations
We love our co-teachers! Thanks to Mrs. Heisch and Mrs. Su for an excellent interactive workshop this afternoon for parents and students learning long division. ... See MoreSee Less
The workshops are helpful and fun!