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November 21, 2017
Tuesday, A Day

Today’s Meetings
Providence Ski Club info meeting, after school, Room 204
Star Wars Club, after school, Room 204
Blue Pride Madness, 7 p.m., Larkin Center

Tomorrow’s Meetings
HAPPY THANKSGIVING BREAK

Saint of the Day. Presentation of The Blessed Virgin Mary. This feast celebrates Mary’s presentation in the Temple by her parents, Anna and Joachim. While it is not mentioned in Scripture, there is early evidence that this event was celebrated in both the Eastern and Western Churches. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today:
Pizza, French Fries, Mac & Cheese, Green Beans, Peas
Snack Line: Pizza

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

 NEWS

Students, please note the following changes to the lunch schedule TODAY.

TUESDAY, November 21 (A) LUNCH CHANGES:

  • BBurden, Aebersold, CBeyl switch from 2nd to 3rd
  • Welch switches from 1st to 3rd
  • JPurichia, Denison, switch from 3rd to 2nd
  • Miller switches from 3rd to 1st

House of Loyalty – Don’t forget to make your contribution to the Angel Tree fund soon. Pay Mrs. Scharre in the library.

The PHS Bowling Club match this week is today because of Thanksgiving break. The boys face their most important match of the season against Jeffersonville, and the girls will take on a tough New Albany girls’ team! Come out and show your support, and Blue Pride!

Quick Recall practice will be Monday only next week and a match on Thursday next week.

Anyone interested in joining the Providence Ski Club, come see Mr. Loner in Rm 204. Deadline for Paoli Peaks’ Master of the Mountain Discount is Sunday, Dec. 4. Informational meeting is today right after school in Room 204. Roughly 10-15 minutes.

Star Wars Club in Room 204 today after school until 4 p.m.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

THE VIGIL PROJECT – Friday, Dec. 1, at 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary of the Knobs Catholic Church. Join us for an evening of live music, dynamic speakers, and Advent prayer. This music and media performance is designed to deepen your Advent prayer experience. FREE. For all ages. A love offering will be taken. For more info, contact Catholic Youth Ministries at 812-923-8355.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

This is a reminder that ISTEP retests begin next week on Tuesday, Nov. 28, during Blue Days sessions (be at PHS by 7:15 a.m. for the Math retest on Nov 28). Students retaking this test need to check their emails for correct times and days. If you have any questions, please come to the Guidance Office.

UPS will be hosting an “Open House” this Sunday, Nov. 26, for anyone interested in working during Winter Break. The applicants can get help with the application, have an interview and get a date to start. Must provide two forms of ID to be hired. The UPS address is 8203 National Turnpike, Louisville, KY 40214. The time is from 11-4.

Attentions Students: Please check your schedules for next semester and make sure you have the classes you need.  If you need to make a change (only for extenuating circumstances), please come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor. The last day to make changes is Dec. 8.

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

Organize and archive materials – The Indiana Room at Jeffersonville Public Library is seeking volunteers to help organize and archive materials that could be viewed and used by future generations. If you are interested in history, this might be a great opportunity for you! Hours are flexible. Contact Diane Stepro at dstepro@jefflibrary.org to volunteer.

ATHLETIC NEWS

Attn 8th Grade Boys: The final registration for SIC Wrestling is today at PHS at 6 p.m. Contact athletics@nadyouth.org for more info.

Blue Pride Madness is today at 7 p.m. in the gym, hosted by Sounds Unlimited. Come and meet the Boys and Girls Basketball teams for this year. There will be prizes and giveaways. You might even get to sit on the bench as a guest coach. Hope to see you there.

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November 20, 2017
Monday, B Day

Today’s Meetings
Bowling Club, after school, Clarksville Strike ‘n’ Spare

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Providence Ski Club info meeting, after school, Room 204
Star Wars Club, after school, Room 204
Blue Pride Madness, 7 p.m., Larkin Center

Saint of the Day. Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, a Sister of the Society of the Sacred Heart and French by birth, was an early missionary to the United States. There, she and her sisters faced formidable difficulties but finally settled in Missouri and built the first free school west of the Mississippi in the town of St. Charles. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today: Chicken Patties, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Baked Beans
Snack Line: Calzones

Library will be closed 1st lunch today.

 NEWS

Students, please note the following changes to the lunch schedule on today and tomorrow:

MONDAY, November 20 (B) LUNCH CHANGES

  • BBurden, CBeyl, LeBrun, Bentley switch from 2nd to 3rd
  • Knott switches from 1st to 3rd
  • Denison, JPurichia switch from 3rd to 2nd
  • Miller switches from 3rd to 1st

TUESDAY, November 21 (A) LUNCH CHANGES:

  • BBurden, Aebersold, CBeyl switch from 2nd to 3rd
  • Welch switches from 1st to 3rd
  • JPurichia, Denison, switch from 3rd to 2nd
  • Miller switches from 3rd to 1st

The PHS Bowling Club is meeting today after school at Clarksville Strike ‘n’ Spare for practice. Remember, bowlers, our match this week will be tomorrow because of Thanksgiving break. The boys face their most important match of the season against Jeffersonville, and the girls will take on a tough New Albany girls’ team! Come out and show your support, and Blue Pride!

There will be no Quick Recall practice after school this week. We will practice Monday only next week and have a match on Thursday next week.

Anyone interested in joining the Providence Ski Club, come see Mr. Loner in Rm 204. Deadline for Paoli Peaks’ Master of the Mountain Discount is Sunday, Dec. 4. Informational meeting will be tomorrow, right after school in Room 204. Roughly 10-15 minutes.

Star Wars Club in Room 204 tomorrow after school until 4 p.m.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

UPS will be hosting an “Open House” this Sunday, Nov. 26, for anyone interested in working during Winter Break. The applicants can get help with the application, have an interview and get a date to start. Must provide two forms of ID to be hired. The UPS address is 8203 National Turnpike, Louisville, KY 40214. The time is from 11-4.

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

Organize and archive materials – The Indiana Room at Jeffersonville Public Library is seeking volunteers to help organize and archive materials that could be viewed and used by future generations. If you are interested in history, this might be a great opportunity for you! Hours are flexible. Contact Diane Stepro at dstepro@jefflibrary.org to volunteer.

ATHLETIC NEWS

Blue Pride Madness is tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the gym, hosted by Sounds Unlimited. Come and meet the Boys and Girls Basketball teams for this year. There will be prizes and giveaways. You might even get to sit on the bench as a guest coach. Hope to see you there. 

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November 17, 2017
Friday, A Day

Today’s Meetings

Koding Klub canceled

Saint of the Day. She died before her 24th birthday, but in those few years Saint Elizabeth of Hungary was a wife, mother, queen, widow, the founder of a hospital, and did other charitable works of mercy. For the last three years of her life she was a Secular Franciscan and worked tirelessly for the poor. Read more https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

Lunch Menu for Today:
Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans, Corn, Baked Beans, Crisp
Snack Line: Chicken Nuggets

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

NEWS

Students, please note the following changes to the lunch schedule on Monday and Tuesday:

MONDAY, November 20 (B) LUNCH CHANGES

  • BBurden, CBeyl, LeBrun, Bentley switch from 2nd to 3rd
  • Knott switches from 1st to 3rd
  • Denison, JPurichia switch from 3rd to 2nd
  • Miller switches from 3rd to 1st

TUESDAY, November 21 (A) LUNCH CHANGES:

  • BBurden, Aebersold, CBeyl switch from 2nd to 3rd
  • Welch switches from 1st to 3rd
  • JPurichia, Denison, switch from 3rd to 2nd
  • Miller switches from 3rd to 1st

Congratulations to Maria Popson, PHS’s 2018 HOBY candidate. Maria will represent Providence at the HOBY Leadership Seminar in June on the campus of Ball State. Only one sophomore from Providence attends along with sophomores from schools all across the state.

Koding Klub for today has been canceled. We will resume on Dec. 1.

Anyone interested in joining the Providence Ski Club, come see Mr. Loner in Rm 204. Deadline for Paoli Peaks’ Master of the Mountain Discount is Sunday, Dec. 4. Informational meeting will be on Tuesday, Nov. 21, right after school in Room 204. Roughly 10-15 minutes.

Star Wars Club in Room 204 on Tuesday, Nov. 21, after school until 4 p.m.

Attention Students: Please check your schedules for next semester and make sure you have the classes you need. If you need to make a change (only for extenuating circumstances), please come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor. The last day to make changes is DEC. 8.

To All Students: The History of Flight class will meet Monday in Room 303 during BLUE Day (both sessions) instead of Tuesday.  We will learn about space stations.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

Organize and archive materials – The Indiana Room at Jeffersonville Public Library is seeking volunteers to help organize and archive materials that could be viewed and used by future generations. If you are interested in history, this might be a great opportunity for you! Hours are flexible. Contact Diane Stepro at dstepro@jefflibrary.org to volunteer.

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November 16, 2017
Thursday, B Day

Today’s Meetings
Dance Team tryouts, 3:30, Koetter Gym
JV and Varsity Quick Recall match, report before 3:15

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Koding Klub, after school, Room 303

Saint of the Day. Saint Margaret of Scotland was Scottish because her family was rescued by the King of Scotland as they fled William the Conqueror. She married the king and introduced him and his country to more cultured life. They had six sons and two daughters. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today: Hamburgers, Cheesy Potatoes, Green Beans, Carrots, Crisp
Snack Line: Calzones

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

 NEWS

The JV and Varsity Quick Recall teams have a home match against KCD today. Please report to your team room before 3:15 for set-up.

Congratulations to Maria Popson, PHS’s 2018 HOBY candidate. Maria will represent Providence at the HOBY Leadership Seminar in June on the campus of Ball State. Only one sophomore from Providence attends along with sophomores from schools all across the state.

To all students: Koding Klub will meet after school in Room 303 tomorrow. All students are welcome to join as we start building our first designs.

Attention Students: Please check your schedules for next semester and make sure you have the classes you need. If you need to make a change (only for extenuating circumstances), please come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor. The last day to make changes is DEC. 8.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

This week’s morning liturgy schedule:

  • Friday – 7:30 a.m. Prayer Service

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

Organize and archive materials – The Indiana Room at Jeffersonville Public Library is seeking volunteers to help organize and archive materials that could be viewed and used by future generations. If you are interested in history, this might be a great opportunity for you! Hours are flexible. Contact Diane Stepro at dstepro@jefflibrary.org to volunteer.

ATHLETIC NEWS

The Dance Team will have the FINAL opportunity for tryouts today in the Koetter Gym starting at 3:30. Join the fun of performing and spreading school spirit by being a part of PHS Dance. Students must attend this tryout to participate for this season. Please come dressed and ready to dance. If you have any questions, you can contact Coach Blair at rdastardancers@gmail.com or stop by the Athletic Department.

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November 15, 2017
Wednesday, A Day

Today’s Meetings
Drawing Club, after school, Kolkin Coffee
PHS Bowling Club, 4:00, Blackiston Bowl

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Dance Team tryouts, 3:30, Koetter Gym

Saint of the Day. Saint Albert the Great was a highly influential 13th-century German Dominican. Probably best known in philosophical circles as the master of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Saint Albert deserves recognition on his own. He was a voracious writer who composed a compendium of all knowledge. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today:
Country Fried Steak with Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Corn, Rolls
Snack Line: PHS Chicken Sandwich

Library will be closed 3rd lunch today.

NEWS

Attention Students: Please check your schedules for next semester and make sure you have the classes you need. If you need to make a change (only for extenuating circumstances), please come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor. The last day to make changes is DEC. 8.

The PHS Bowling Club will compete in its fifth match of the season today at 4:00 p.m. at Blackiston Bowl. The 3-1 boys’ varsity team, manned by Aaron Burke, Adam Starr, Austin Grantz, Christian Tate, and Nathan Smith, will take on the New Albany boys’ team. The girls’ varsity team, featuring Natalie Gallegos, Anna Thomas, Claire Culwell, Faith Middleton, and Megan Murphy, will face off against Floyd Central’s co-ed team. Come out and support your Pioneers!

Drawing Club. Our next coffee outing is today after school at Kolkin Coffee. Meet in Art Studio A after school. We will be at Kolkin’s 3:30-4:30 or later!

Attention to students going to NCYC – Remind your parents to call you out on the attendance hotline. They can make one phone call to report that you will be attending NCYC on Thursday and Friday. The attendance hotline is available 24/7.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

This week’s morning liturgy schedule:

  • Thursday – 7:30 a.m. Prayer Service
  • Friday – 7:30 a.m. Prayer Service

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

Organize and archive materials – The Indiana Room at Jeffersonville Public Library is seeking volunteers d to help organize and archive materials that could be viewed and used by future generations. If you are interested in history, this might be a great opportunity for you! Hours are flexible. Contact Diane Stepro at dstepro@jefflibrary.org to volunteer.

ATHLETIC NEWS

The Dance Team will have the FINAL opportunity for tryouts tomorrow in the Koetter Gym starting at 3:30. Join the fun of performing and spreading school spirit by being a part of PHS Dance. Students must attend this tryout to participate for this season. Please come dressed and ready to dance. If you have any questions, you can contact Coach Blair at rdastardancers@gmail.com or stop by the Athletic Department.

Three Providence athletes sign NCAA National Letters of Intent on first day of early signing period of 2017-18. Last week, three of our stellar athletes signed their NLI Scholarship Offers within the first 24-hours of the NCAA Early Signing Period of 2017-18. Timmy Borden signed his full ride with the University of Louisville to play baseball for the Cards. Marissa “Moe” Hornung inked her full ride with the Purdue University Boilermakers for next year. And rounding out the trio was another baseball player, Reece Davis, who signed his scholarship with the Bellarmine University Knights.
You can see their signing press release posted in the Cafeteria, in the Principal’s Hallway and on the Larkin Lobby bulletin board. We hope to have more signings in the spring from our other fine athletes. (If you plan on signing, please contact the Athletic Office as soon as possible.)
Please congratulate these three Providence student-athletes when you see them and make sure you come out to the spring baseball games to see two of them still in action for the Pioneers.
Go Pioneers!

Your supersonic Swim team kicked its season off this past Saturday and last night. And they are swimming fabulous! I mean really fabulous. The medley relay? From last year this time to this year? 12 seconds faster. That’s ridiculous!!! And they backed up Saturday’s swim with a second faster swim last night. Crazy!!!
And they’re precise. At Saturday’s meet, 2 of 6 teams had relays DQ’d. Last night, Floyd, Scottsburg, and Madison ran afoul with DQ’s. Providence? Nope!
Last night we came in 5th of 8 teams. Due to numbers, we couldn’t race in 3 of the 9 events, and we still beat Scottsburg, which swam in 8 of 9 relays. Yeah!!! Other schools we out-pointed include Madison and Southwestern.
Highlights from last night: Medley relay of Meg LaMaster, Lauren Stapp, Abby Glotzbach and Anna Thomas beat New Albany. Same holds true for the backstroke relay of Liberty Russell, Abby Glotzbach, Meg LaMaster and Lauren Tomlin. And yes, breast stroke relay too of Anna Thomas, Lauren Stapp, Meg LaMaster and Abby Glotzbach.
Other thoughts.  We beat Madison in 4 out of 6 races, Scottsburg 5 out of 6 races and Southwestern 5 out of 6 races.
Ladies, if you still are interested in coming out for swim, it is not too late.
I want to thank the great effort of the 8 swimmers who could make it last night Lauren Tomlin, Abby Glotzbach, Anna Thomas, Daryl Hunton, Meg LaMaster, Lauren Stapp, Liberty Russell and Faith Middleton. Also, thank you guys for coming out and cheering the ladies on!

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November 14, 2017
Tuesday, B Day

Today’s Meetings
JV and Varsity Quick Recall practice, after school, Room 219

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Drawing Club, after school, Kolkin Coffee

Saint of the Day. Saint Gertrude, a Benedictine nun, was one of the great mystics of the 13th century. Her form of spirituality was a blend of liturgical and personal prayer rooted in the Scriptures. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today: Pasta Bar, Alfredo/Meat Sauce, Broccoli, Green Beans, Carrots, Bread Sticks
Snack Line: Cheesy Bread

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

NEWS

Mrs. Burden has found a very nice piece of jewelry in her classroom.  If you are missing it, please come see her to claim it.

The JV and Varsity Quick Recall teams will practice today in Room 219 after school.  On Thursday, we have a home match against KCD.

Drawing Club. Our next coffee outing is this WED. after school at Kolkin Coffee. Meet in the Art Studio A after school. We will be at Kolkin’s 3:30-4:30 or later!

Attention to students going to NCYC – Remind your parents to call you out on the attendance hotline. They can make one phone call to report that you will be attending NCYC on Thursday and Friday. The attendance hotline is available 24/7.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: The Martin Luther King Scholarship for $500 is open to Clark County residents. Application has been emailed to all seniors and paper copies are available in the Counseling Office. Due Dec. 4.

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

Organize and archive materials – The Indiana Room at Jeffersonville Public Library is seeking volunteers to help organize and archive materials that could be viewed and used by future generations. If you are interested in history, this might be a great opportunity for you! Hours are flexible. Contact Diane Stepro at dstepro@jefflibrary.org to volunteer.

ATHLETIC NEWS

PROVIDENCE DANCE will have the FINAL opportunity for tryouts on THURSDAY in the Koetter Gym starting at 3:30. We would love to get the new 2017-18 team started for the basketball season ahead with Coach Blair. Join the fun of performing and spreading school spirit by being a part of PHS Dance. Students must attend this tryout to participate for this season. This is not a meeting but a tryout, so come dressed and ready to dance. If you have any questions, you can contact Coach Blair at rdastardancers@gmail.com or stop by the Athletic Department.

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November 13, 2017
Monday, A Day

Saint of the Day. Although she was born in Italy, Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini was the first United States citizen to be canonized. She was sent to the United States by Pope Leo XIII and spent the rest of her life working with the Italian immigrants, particularly in New York City and Chicago. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today:  Pizza, French Fries, Peas, Green Beans, Mac & Cheese
Snack Line: Pizza

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

 NEWS

Attention students going to NCYC – Remind your parents to call you out on the attendance hotline. They can make one phone call to report that you will be attending NCYC on Thursday and Friday. The attendance hotline is available 24/7.

Congratulations to the House of Courage for winning the Canned Food Drive with a total of 257. They will receive 100 House Points.
The House of Truth was second with 112 (80 points) and the House of Humility was third with 110 (70 points).
Thank you to everyone who donated!

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: The Martin Luther King Scholarship for $500 is open to Clark County residents. Application has been emailed to all seniors and paper copies are available in the Counseling Office. Due Dec. 4.

Seniors: Application for admission to the Honors College at IUPUI and scholarships is due by Nov. 15. Eligibility criteria for the IUPUI Honors College admissions and to be considered for scholarships: GPA of 3.75 (weighted), ACT composite score of 28 or higher OR SAT score of 1310 or higher. To apply for admission to the Honors College and also for scholarships through the program, apply by Nov. 17 at https://honorscollege.iupui.edu/

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

Organize and archive materials – The Indiana Room at Jeffersonville Public Library is seeking volunteers to help organize and archive materials that could be viewed and used by future generations. If you are interested in history, this might be a great opportunity for you! Hours are flexible. Contact Diane Stepro at dstepro@jefflibrary.org to volunteer.

ATHLETIC NEWS

PROVIDENCE DANCE will have the FINAL opportunity for tryouts on THURSDAY in the Koetter Gym starting at 3:30. We would love to get the new 2017-18 team started for the basketball season ahead with Coach Blair. Join the fun of performing and spreading school spirit by being a part of PHS Dance. Students must attend this tryout to participate for this season. This is not a meeting but a tryout, so come dressed and ready to dance. If you have any questions, you can contact Coach Blair at rdastardancers@gmail.com or stop by the Athletic Department.

All football players who are wrestling this year, be at practice today or contact Coach Lynch immediately after school.

Your #7 ranked Providence Girls Basketball team got two wins this weekend at the Corydon Battle for the Capitol. 50-30 over Tell City and 45-18 over Indiana Deaf. In the Tell City game, Sierra Brooks led all scorers with 14 pts and 5 assists. Hannah Wolford added 13 pts and 9 rebounds. Kaylee Kaiser added 6 pts, Natalie Boesing and Brigid Welch 5, Kelsi Ernstberger 4 pts and 7 rebounds. Helena Stoner 2 and Maggie Purichia 1.
In the night game vs Indiana Deaf, Hannah Wolford poured in 26 pts. Sierra Brooks added 7, Natalie Boesing 4 and Kaylee Kaiser 4, Brigid Welch and Maggie Purichia added 2 pts. Welch and Ernstberger also added to the score and 7 and 6 rebounds, respectively.
The girls are back in action tomorrow at rival #2 ranked and defending state champs Eastern Pekin.

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November 10, 2017
Friday, B Day

Today’s Meetings

Koding Klub, after school, Room 303
Rosary, 3:05 p.m., chapel
Football regional at Southridge, 7:30 p.m.

Weekend Events
Open House Sunday, 1:00-3:00

Saint of the Day. Saint Leo the Great held strong convictions about the importance of the Bishop of Rome and of the Church. He viewed the Church as the presence of Christ in the world. Dedicated to building up the Church in all areas, Saint Leo the Great was also a man of deep spiritual convictions. Read more

 

Lunch Menu for Today: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans, Corn
Snack Line: Nuggets

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

NEWS

Attention All Students:National Veterans’ Day is tomorrow. Be sure to check out the display in the library honoring our veterans. You will find information on students, faculty, and staff who currently have relatives serving in our Armed Forces, or have served in the past.

To all students:  If you would like to learn basic robotics and coding, come to the first official Koding Klub meeting today after school in Room 303. This year, each member will build various robot configurations and program them to do small tasks.

Godspell – only 3 shows left!! Presented by the Musical Theatre Production Class in the Little Theatre! See Mrs. Holifield or Mrs. Gerber for reservations. Tickets are $10. Show times are Nov. 10 & 11 at 7:00 p.m. and Nov. 11 at 2:00 p.m.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: a local scholarship opened up this week and is due Dec. 4. The Martin Luther King Scholarship for $500 is open to Clark County residents. Application has been emailed to all seniors and paper copies are available in the Counseling Office.

Seniors: Application for admission to the Honors College at IUPUI and scholarships is due by Nov. 15. Eligibility criteria for the IUPUI Honors College admissions and to be considered for scholarships: GPA of 3.75 (weighted), ACT composite score of 28 or higher OR SAT score of 1310 or higher. To apply for admission to the Honors College and also for scholarships through the program, apply by Nov. 17 at https://honorscollege.iupui.edu/

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

ATHLETIC NEWS

PROVIDENCE DANCE will have the FINAL opportunity for tryouts next THURSDAY, Nov. 16, in the Koetter Gym starting at 3:30. We would love to get the new 2017-18 team started for the basketball season ahead with Coach Blair. Join the fun of performing and spreading school spirit by being a part of PHS Dance. Students must attend this tryout to participate for this season. This is not a meeting but a tryout, so come dressed and ready to dance. If you have any questions, you can contact Coach Blair at rdastardancers@gmail.com or stop by the Athletic Department.

Coach Lynch would like to invite any senior planning to enlist in the US Military to come out for the Wrestling team. Coach Lynch retired from the Air Force and has modeled wrestling conditioning and self-discipline development to help prepare you for your training. Seniors, use the tools available to you so you will have the best chance to succeed! Please see Coach Lynch or stop by the Athletic Office. Practice is 3:30 – 6:15 in the Wrestling Room.

Students/fans going to the Football Regional game at Southridge tonight: It is recommended that you park at Huntingburg Elementary School, just west of Raider Field, 501 W. Sunset Dr., Huntingburg IN  47542. To get to the elementary school, from Hwy. 231 going north, turn left at the first stop light after passing the high school. Take Sunset Drive PAST the field and turn left into the elementary school lots. The southwest gate is just a short walk up the hill from there. We need a BIG BLUE CROWD TONIGHT! You are the #12thMan!

For those who can’t make it, the game will be broadcast with live video on GLICOD.com starting at 7 p.m., with the game starting at 7:30 p.m. https://scorestream.com/game/southridge-vs-providence-1513829

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November 9, 2017
Thursday, A Day

Today’s Meetings
No Shave November participants. group photo, after school, Administrative Corridor
Sherlock Mystery Club, after school in Room 200
Drawing Club open studio, after school, Art Studio A
JV and Varsity Quick Recall v Trinity, after school
Godspell debuts at 7 p.m. in the Little Theatre

Tomorrow’s Meetings
LAST DAY FOR CANNED FOOD DRIVE
Green Dot and SADD Club, 7:30 a.m., Administrative Corridor
House meetings, Scholarship Spirit Wear Day
Koding Klub, after school, Room 303
Godspell, 7 p.m. in the Little Theatre

Saint of the Day.  Dedication of St. John Lateran: As the cathedral church of the diocese of Rome, Saint John Lateran is the cathedral of the pope, the bishop of Rome. Long before the Vatican was constructed, Saint John Lateran was the home of the popes and the focal point for the Church. Saint Francis visited Pope Innocent at the Lateran Palace. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today: Pizza, Waffle Fries, Mac n’ Cheese, Peas, Carrots, BBQ
Snack Line: Pizza

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

 NEWS

All: Tomorrow is a Scholarship Spirit Wear Day! Bring in $1 to wear spirit wear. See the Student/Faculty Handbook for guidelines.

If you are missing a very important/expensive technology item, see Mr. or Mrs. Burden. Each has found one. Must provide a description to claim.

All members of the JV and Varsity Quick Recall teams: Please meet in Room 219 to sign in today for the match at Trinity.

The PHS Bowling Club had another successful night last night in their fourth match of the season! The boys easily defeated the Clarksville girls’ team 18-2, with Thomas Gaines and Aiden Jewell both earning two individual wins in their first two varsity games of the season. The boys are now 3-1 on the season. The girls’ team earned its first win of the season to move to 1-3, knocking off the New Albany boys’ team 16-4 with exceptional performances up and down the lineup! All five varsity girls broke 100 the first game, finishing with a season-high 618 to NA’s 483. Newcomer Claire Culwell bowled Cul-very-well with a 153 and a 122 and two individual wins. The boys will take on New Albany boys’ team next week, while the girls will square off against Floyd Central co-ed.

Attention All StudentsNational Veterans’ Day is Saturday, Nov. 11. A display honoring our veterans has been set-up in the library. You will find information on students, faculty, and staff who currently have relatives serving in our Armed Forces, or have served in the past. If you would like to include a family member, please ask your social studies teacher or P.E. teacher or stop by the main office and fill out a red sheet in order to have your family member included in our books of remembrances. Let’s make sure to show our support for these brave men and women on this very important occasion.

Attn: No Shave November participants. Reminder- group photo today after school in the Administrative Corridor at 3:05. Please be on time. The photo will only take a minute.

Green Dot and SADD Club Meeting will be tomorrow morning (correction from yesterday) in the Administrative Corridor at 7:30 a.m. Green Dot sign-ups and permission slips handed out for the upcoming Green Dot training (with pizza). Also, SADD planning for the upcoming Christmas Dance! Come and share ideas for the dance and pick up a sign-up sheet for the Green Dot training.

To all students:  If you would like to learn basic robotics and coding, come to the first official Koding Klub meeting on Friday after school in Room 303. This year, each member will build various robot configurations and program them to do small tasks.

Sherlock Mystery Club Members: Meeting today after school in Room 200. Father Brown and the next mystery await. Also, we need to refresh our display board for Sunday’s Open House.

Godspell opens tonight!! Presented by the Musical Theatre Production Class in the Little Theatre! See Mrs. Holifield or Mrs. Gerber for reservations. Tickets are $10. Show times are Nov. 9, 10, 11 at 7:00 p.m. and Nov. 11 at 2:00 p.m. One weekend only!

Drawing Club – Meeting after school today Art Studio A) 3:00-4:15 for open studio with sketchbooks or any art projects.

One more days to bring in contributions for the canned food drive. Help someone in need to have a good Thanksgiving! Which will be the winning House and be the best at helping those in need?

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

RFM Seniors: Application for admission to the Honors College at IUPUI and scholarships is due by Nov. 15. Eligibility criteria for the IUPUI Honors College admissions and to be considered for scholarships: GPA of 3.75 (weighted), ACT composite score of 28 or higher OR SAT score of 1310 or higher. To apply for admission to the Honors College and also for scholarships through the program, apply by Nov. 17 at https://honorscollege.iupui.edu/

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

ATHLETIC NEWS

PROVIDENCE DANCE will have the FINAL opportunity for tryouts next THURSDAY, Nov. 16, in the Koetter Gym starting at 3:30. We would love to get the new 2017-18 team started for the basketball season ahead with Coach Blair. Join the fun of performing and spreading school spirit by being a part of PHS Dance. Students must attend this tryout to participate for this season. This is not a meeting but a tryout, so come dressed and ready to dance. If you have any questions, you can contact Coach Blair at rdastardancers@gmail.com or stop by the Athletic Department.

 

Coach Lynch would like to invite any senior planning to enlist in the US Military to come out for the Wrestling team. Coach Lynch retired from the Air Force and has modeled wrestling conditioning and self-discipline development to help prepare you for your training. Seniors, use the tools available to you so you will have the best chance to succeed! Please see Coach Lynch or stop by the Athletic Office. Practice is 3:30 – 6:15 in the Wrestling Room.

Football Regional tickets are on sale in the Main Office & Athletic Office today for the game Friday at Southridge. All tickets are $8.00, and students can purchase tickets for family as well. Tickets also for sale at the gate.

The Football Regional game at Southridge will be broadcast with live video on GLICOD.com starting at 7 p.m., with the game starting at 7:30 p.m., if you can’t make the game. Just go to ww.glicod.com and look for our game under the “Broadcasting Live” tab or go to https://scorestream.com/game/southridge-vs-providence-1513829

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November 8, 2017
Wednesday, B Day

Today’s Meetings
Art Club and National Art Honor Society, 3:05 p.m., Art Studio B
PHS Bowling Club competition. 4:00 p.m., Blackiston Bowl

Tomorrow’s Meetings
No Shave November group photo, after school, Administrative Corridor
Sherlock Mystery Club. after school, Room 200
Drawing Club, after school, Studio A
Godspell, 7 p.m., Little Theatre

Saint of the Day.  Blessed John Duns Scotus was one of the most influential Franciscans in the worlds of philosophy and theology. He is probably best known for his defense of the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception of Mary. Scotus served on the faculties of both Oxford University and the University of Paris. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today: Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Cheesy Potatoes, Green Beans, Carrots
Snack Line: Cheeseburgers

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

 NEWS

Attention All StudentsNational Veterans’ Day is Saturday, Nov. 11. A display honoring our veterans has been set-up in the library. You will find information on students, faculty, and staff who currently have relatives serving in our Armed Forces, or have served in the past. If you would like to include a family member, please ask your social studies teacher or P.E. teacher or stop by the main office and fill out a red sheet in order to have your family member included in our books of remembrances. Let’s make sure to show our support for these brave men and women on this very important occasion.

The PHS Bowling Club will compete today at 4:00 p.m. at Blackiston Bowl.  The 2-1 boys’ team, featuring Aiden Jewell, Kasey Krininger, Thomas Gaines, Christian Tate, and Nathan Smith bowling varsity, will square off against the Clarksville girls’ team. The 0-3 girls’ team faces yet another tough matchup against the New Albany boys’ team.  The girls’ varsity lineup will be Claire Culwell, Kat Jones, Madison Roehrs, Natalie Gallegos, and Anna Thomas.  Come out and support your fellow Pioneers and see what all the buzz is about!

Attn: No Shave November participants. There will be a group photo Thursday after school in the Administrative Corridor at 3:05. Please be on time. The photo will only take a minute.

Green Dot and SADD Club Meeting will be Friday morning (correction from yesterday) in the Admininistrative Corridor at 7:30 a.m. Green Dot sign-ups and permission slips handed out for the upcoming Green Dot training (with pizza). Also, SADD planning for the upcoming Christmas Dance! Come and share ideas for the dance and pick up a sign-up sheet for the Green Dot training.

To all students:  If you would like to learn basic robotics and coding, come to the first official Koding Klub meeting on Friday after school in Room 303. This year, each member will build various robot configurations and program them to do small tasks.

Art Club and National Art Honor Society will hold a meeting at 3:05 p.m. in Art Studio B today. Remember to stay in good standing with our NAHS bi-laws, you must have good attendance. Art Club members don’t have an attendance requirement.

Sherlock Mystery Club Members: Meeting tomorrow after school in Room 200. Father Brown and the next mystery await. Also, we need to refresh our display board for Sunday’s Open House.

Don’t miss Godspell!! Presented by the Musical Theatre Production Class in the Little Theatre! See Mrs. Holifield or Mrs. Gerber for reservations. Tickets are $10. Showtimes are Nov.9,10,11 at 7:00 p.m. and Nov. 11 at 2:00 p.m. One weekend only!

Drawing Club – Meeting after school tomorrow in Ms. LeBrun’s room (Studio A) 3:00-4:15 for open studio with sketchbooks or any art projects. Next coffee outing will be Nov. 15, so hope to see ya there!

Two more days to bring in contributions for the canned food drive. Help someone in need to have a good Thanksgiving! Today’s cumulative total:

Humility – 62
Integrity – 21
Courage – 253
Loyalty – 24
Truth – 112
Faith – 31
Honesty – 13
Justice – 69
Spirit – 50

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

ATHLETIC NEWS

Football Regional tickets are on sale in the Main Office & Athletic Office today and tomorrow for the game Friday at Southridge. All tickets are $8.00, and students can purchase tickets for family as well. Tickets also for sale at the gate.

The Football Regional game at Southridge will be broadcast with live video on GLICOD.com starting at 7 p.m., with the game starting at 7:30 p.m., if you can’t make the game. Just go to ww.glicod.com and look for our game under the “Broadcasting Live” tab or go to https://scorestream.com/game/southridge-vs-providence-1513829

Congrats to the Girls Basketball team as it opened the season with a 65-50 win over Lanesville. Hannah Wolford led all scorers with 33 points and 9 rebounds. Sierra Brooks added 10 and 4 steals. Kaylee Kaiser added 9, Natalie Boesing 8, Brigid Welch and Kelsey Ernstberger 2 each and Maggie Purichia 1.

Huge congrats go out to Hannah Wolford who became a member of the 1000 Point Club. Hannah became just the 4th player in Providence Girls Basketball history to achieve the feat. Way to go HANNAH!!!

Volleyball: Congrats to Coach Terri Purichia who was named Indiana South Coach of the Year and to Lillian Bivens, Courtney Glotzbach, Ali Hornung & Marissa Hornung named to All-District Team by the IHSVCA!

The Wrestling team is still looking for more team members, especially anyone from 100 to 150 pounds!  All are welcome. Please see Coach Lynch or stop by the Athletic Office. Practice is 3:30 – 6:15 in the Wrestling Room.

PHS Boys Basketball schedule for the week of Nov. 6:

  • JV/V Tryouts 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    Freshman Tryouts 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m
  • Team Posted.
    JV/V Practice 4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • JV Practice 3:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • JV/Varsity 9:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
    Weights 9:30 a.m.

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November 7, 2017
Tuesday, A Day

Today’s Meetings
Dance Tryouts, 3:30, Koetter Gym

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Green Dot and SADD Club Meeting, 7:30 a.m., Admin Corridor
Art Club and National Art Honor Society, 3:05 p.m., Art Studio B

Saint of the Day.  Saint Didacus de Alcalá was a Spanish Franciscan known for his spiritual insights and his penitential practices. He was a missionary to the Canary Islands and aided the sick in Rome. His travels and ministries did not distract him from prayer and contemplation. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today:  Turkey & Gravy, Stuffing, Green Beans, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Dinner Rolls, Dessert: Pumpkin pie
Snack Line: Calzones

Library will be closed 1st  lunch today.

 NEWS

Green Dot and SADD Club Meeting will be tomorrow morning in the Admininistrative Corridor at 7:30 a.m. Green Dot sign-ups and permission slips handed out for the upcoming Green Dot training (with pizza). Also, SADD planning for the upcoming Christmas Dance! Come and share ideas for the dance and pick up a sign-up sheet for the Green Dot training.

Art Club and National Art Honor Society will hold a meeting at 3:05 p.m. in Art Studio B tomorrow. Remember to stay in good standing with our NAHS bi-laws, you must have good attendance. Art Club members don’t have an attendance requirement.

Sherlock Mystery Club Members: Meeting this Thursday, Nov. 9, after school in Room 200. Father Brown and the next mystery await. Also, we need to refresh our display board for Sunday’s Open House.

Don’t miss Godspell!! Presented by the Musical Theatre Production Class in the Little Theatre! See Mrs. Holifield or Mrs. Gerber for reservations. Tickets are $10. Showtimes are Nov.9,10,11 at 7:00 p.m. and Nov. 11 at 2:00 p.m. One weekend only!

Drawing Club – Meeting after school Thursday in Ms. LeBrun’s room (Studio A) 3:00-4:15 for open studio with sketchbooks or any art projects. Next coffee outing will be Nov. 15, so hope to see ya there!

Attn All: Nov. 11 is Veterans’ Day. To honor those in the Providence community who have or are currently serving in our country’s Armed Forces, we will have a display set up in our school library next Friday, Nov. 10. There will be binders with the names and information of those within our community who have or are currently serving our country. If you have never filled out a sheet honoring a loved one, or someone new from you family recently joined one of the Armed Forces, please get a sheet from your Social Studies teacher, P.E. teacher, or pick one up from the library or main office. Let’s show our support to these brave men and women!

This morning’s contributions to the canned food drive, was a little light, and Courage still leads. There’s still time for another House to show its generosity and catch up! Here are the latest totals. The collection runs through Friday.

Humility – 62
Integrity – 17
Courage – 253
Loyalty – 24
Truth – 98
Faith – 24
Honesty – 13
Justice – 69
Spirit – 50

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

Service Hour Opportunities

Babysitting/Childcare – Catholic Youth Ministries is looking for people to help with childcare. Volunteers would receive training and would gain experience that would help with future job opportunities. Contact Mrs. Kelly if you are interested in this OUTREACH service hour opportunity!

ATHLETIC NEWS

The Wrestling team is still looking for more team members, especially anyone from 100 to 150 pounds!  All are welcome. Please see Coach Lynch or stop by the Athletic Office. Practice is 3:30 – 6:15 in the Wrestling Room.

PROVIDENCE DANCE will have first round tryouts today in the Koetter Gym starting at 3:30. We are excited to get this new 2017-18 team started for the basketball season ahead with Coach Blair. Students trying out should be at this first official practice for the team tryouts and come prepared to dance. If you have any questions, you can contact Coach Blair at rdastardancers@gmail.com or stop by the Athletic Department.

PHS Boys Basketball schedule for the week of Nov. 6:

  • JV/V Tryouts 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    Freshman Tryouts 6 p.m.-8 p.m.
  • JV/V Tryouts 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    Freshman Tryouts 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m
  • Team Posted.
    JV/V Practice 4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • JV Practice 3:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • JV/Varsity 9:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
    Weights 9:30 a.m.
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