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December 8, 2017
Thursday, B Day
Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Today’s Meetings
House of SPIRIT: Advent Rosary, after school, Chapel

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Saturday: 1st Boys Basketball home game
Sunday: Christmas Spectacular, 6:00 p.m., Robinson Auditorium

Saint of the Day. Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. Under the title of the Immaculate Conception, the Blessed Virgin is the patron of the United States. Thus this is a major feast–in fact a Holy Day of Obligation–for the Church in the United States of America.  Read more

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

The Library with be closed 2nd lunch today.

NEWS

Don’t miss the Christmas Spectacular, featuring the Providence Singers and Popcorn Players!
Sunday at 6:00 p.m. in the Robinson Auditorium. Tickets are $5.00 at the door.

Attention all students: Next week there are NO BLUE Days! We will begin our Final Exam schedule, with exams starting at 8:00 a.m. Monday-Thursday. It is important for you to review the exam schedule that was sent to you via email last month. It can also be viewed on the school website (www.providencehigh.net). Stop by the main office if you have any questions regarding the schedule.

Exam Schedule:

  • Monday: 1B and 3B
  • Tuesday: 1A and 3A
  • Wednesday: 2B and 4B
  • Thursday: 2A and 4A

Attn Students:  If you are in the following classes, you must return your print textbook on the day you have your final with that class. Turn it in to your teacher. Mrs. Scharre will collect them later.

Semester 1 print textbooks to turn in for the following classes:

  • Freshmen Focus
  • Anatomy
  • Theology 9th Grade
  • Theology 10th Grade
  • Health 9
  • Health 8
  • Government

All Students:   Detention will be offered each day next week (Mon – Thurs).  If you have a detention to serve, report to Room 216 (Mr. Burden) by 7:20 a.m.

Attention Students: When coming to the Guidance Office, you must bring a pass with you (even if you were emailed from a counselor to come). If you do not have one, we will send you back to class to get one.

Auditions for Spring Musical for high school students are Tuesday, Dec. 12, after school in the Little Theatre. Pick up an audition form in the Theatre Classroom and check Google Drive. Please let Mrs. Holifield know if you have any questions or need the link again.

Any 8th grader interested in Academic Olympics, please meet Wednesday, Dec. 13, right after school in Room 213. This is an informational meeting and should only take a few minutes.

Christmas Dance tickets are on sale in the Guidance Office for $10.00 each. The Christmas Dance will be on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 8:30-11:30 p.m. Tickets must be purchased by the end of school next Thursday.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

The House of SPIRIT will be sponsoring this week’s Advent Rosary today after school in the chapel at 3:05 p.m. Come spend 15 minutes in prayer as we continue to celebrate Advent!

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Students: Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: Last day to make second semester schedule changes (only for extenuating circumstances).

December 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

Super Sonic Swim Team breaks 15-year drought vs. Southwestern!
Your Super Sonic Swim Team heard the “Ughs” and “Oh Nos” and made a coach quite unhappy as your ladies, down two very good swimmers, knocked off Southwestern High School by the slimmest of margins, 65 to 62.  Whoop…it…UP!!!
Lots of great effort by Shannon Ries, Abby Glotzbach, Lauren Tomlin, Meg LaMaster, Daryl Hunton, Faith Middleton, and Lauren Stapp. Shannon made her swim team meet debut and provided a great boost by giving us 4 points! Without her 4 points, we lose. Congrats Shannon!!!!  First meets can be nerve-wracking, resulting in DQs.
Faith Middleton really helped a ton by dropping 5 seconds in her 100 Free, which gave us a position up on Southwestern in that event. And Abby Glotzbach dropped another 6 seconds in her Medley Relay. We probably would have seen some more drops, but a hard practice on Wednesday probably negated a few other lower scores.
On the guys’ side, we came up short in points, but saw some insane time drops by our new guys lead by Ethan Fulkerson taking a blowtorch to his 100 free time by dropping an insane 25 seconds. Really?!?! 25 seconds??? Yep! He also knocked 2 seconds off his 50 free. Zach De Los Santos took more than a second off his 50 free time. Alex Perkinson dropped 3 seconds off his 100, and another impressive drop came from Trey Miller, with an 8 second drop in his 100.  Another shout out to Thomas Gaines for hammering off 10 seconds off his 100 breast, and lastly Harry Green for dropping another two-tenths of a second from his 50 free. And Logan Applewhite for dropping 2 seconds off his 100 breast too.
However, two more shout outs have to go to Bryce Drury and Logan Applewhite. It doesn’t matter how much you beat the competition, just so long as you touch the touch pad first. In the 200 free relay and the 500 free, Bryce stretched out to seal a higher place for us over Southwestern and in the breast, which is a timing thing, Logan was spot on with his approach to the wall and created agony in the stands with his out-touch.
Great job by all.

Boys Basketball Season Passes are now available in the Athletic Department. Student passes are $20, and adult passes are $35.

  • It must be noted that the Feb. 9 New Albany game is not included on the season pass. Every season pass purchased has the opportunity to purchase one (1) PHS v. New Albany game ticket for $5 at the time of your season pass purchase. That is for a student or adult season pass.
  • Season passes will also be on sale at the first couple of home games in the Main Lobby.
  • Individual New Albany game tickets are not available for purchase at this time. A student pre-sale date will be determined sometime in mid-January for student purchases.

Girls Basketball Student Season Passes are also available in the Athletic Department for $15. Stop on by and get a great bargain on these student season pass prices!

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December 7, 2017
Thursday, B Day

Today’s Meetings
Advanced Theatre 3B, eat 1st lunch today
Quick Recall match after school

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Liturgy Schedule: Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Saint of the Day. One of Saint Ambrose’s historical claims to fame is that he was instrumental in the conversion of Saint Augustine, and also baptized him. Known for his lively preaching and writing, Saint Ambrose must have been a force to be reckoned with. Maybe those qualities were what attracted Saint Augustine. But Saint Ambrose stands on his own merits–independent of his protégé. Read more

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

The Library with be closed 2nd lunch today.

NEWS

Attention Advanced Theatre 3B: We will eat 1st lunch today and perform after 2nd around 12:25. Please inform your parents if they are planning to come.

Attention all students: Next week there are NO BLUE Days! We will begin our Final Exam schedule, with exams starting at 8:00 a.m. Monday-Thursday. It is important for you to review the exam schedule that was sent to you via email last month. It can also be viewed on the school website (www.providencehigh.net).  Stop by the main office if you have any questions regarding the schedule.
Exam Schedule:

  • Monday: 1B and 3B
  • Tuesday: 1A and 3A
  • Wednesday: 2B and 4B
  • Thursday: 2A and 4A

Attn Students:  If you are in the following classes, you must return your print textbook on the day you have your final with that class. Turn it in to your teacher. Mrs. Scharre will collect them later.
Semester 1 print textbooks to turn in for the following classes:

  • Freshmen Focus
  • Anatomy
  • Theology 9th Grade
  • Theology 10th Grade
  • Health 9
  • Health 8
  • Government

All Students:   Detention will be offered each day next week (Mon – Thurs).  If you have a detention to serve, report to Room 216 (Mr. Burden) by 7:20 a.m.

Attention Students: When coming to the Guidance Office, you must bring a pass with you (even if you were emailed from a counselor to come). If you do not have one, we will send you back to class to get one.

All members of the JV and Varsity Quick Recall teams should meet in Room 219 after school today for our away match with Mercy. Please come to sign in and get information for today’s match no later than 3:15.

Any 8th grader interested in Academic Olympics, please meet Wednesday, Dec. 13, right after school in Room 213. This is an informational meeting and should only take a few minutes.

Auditions for Spring Musical for high school students are Tuesday, Dec. 12, after school in the Little Theatre. Pick up an audition form in the Theatre Classroom and check Google Drive. Please let Mrs. Holifield know if you have any questions or need the link again.
Christmas Dance tickets are on sale in the Guidance Office for $10.00 each. The Christmas Dance will be on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 8:30-11:30 p.m. Tickets must be purchased by the end of school next Thursday.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

There will be no morning Mass tomorrow.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Students: Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: Second semester schedule changes (only for extenuating circumstances), must made by tomorrow. See the Guidance Office.

December 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

Boys Basketball Season Passes are now available in the Athletic Department. Student passes are $20, and adult passes are $35.

  • It must be noted that the Feb. 9 New Albany game is not included on the season pass. Every season pass purchased has the opportunity to purchase one (1) PHS v. New Albany game ticket for $5 at the time of your season pass purchase. That is for a student or adult season pass.
  • Season passes will also be on sale at the first couple of home games in the Main Lobby.
  • Individual New Albany game tickets are not available for purchase at this time. A student pre-sale date will be determined sometime in mid-January for student purchases.

Girls Basketball Student Season Passes are also available in the Athletic Department for $15. Stop on by and get a great bargain on these student season pass prices!

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December 6, 2017
Wednesday, A Day
Happy St. Nick’s Day!

Today’s Meetings
Christmas Dance tickets go on sale, Guidance Office
Bowling Club match, 4:00 p.m., Blackiston Bowl

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Scholarship Spirit Wear Day

Saint of the Day. The absence of “hard historical facts” is not necessarily an obstacle to the popularity of saints, as the devotion to St. Nicholas shows. Both the Eastern and Western Churches honor him, and it is claimed that after the Blessed Virgin, he is the saint most pictured by Christian artists. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today: Chicken & Dumplings, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Carrots, Rolls
Snack Line: Calzones

The Library with be closed 1st lunch today.

NEWS

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS MUST BE RETURNED AND ALL LIBRARY FINES MUST BE PAID TODAY. Bring all books and fine payments to the library. Mrs. Scharre will be available today until 3:15.

Tomorrow will be a Scholarship Spirit Wear Day. Bring in a $1 donation to the Student Scholarship Fund to be in Spirit Wear.

The Cafeteria Staff would like to thank all students and staff for their participation in Soup Day. Thanks to you, we were able to donate $1,300 to In Heaven’s Eyes to serve the homeless via the Holy Family ministry’s Exit 0 program. The cafeteria also donated ham, cheese and applesauce, which will go to help In Heaven’s Eyes feed the homeless and those in need.

Bowling Club match today at 4:00 p.m. at Blackiston Bowl.

Auditions for Spring Musical for high school students are Tuesday, Dec. 12, after school in the Little Theatre. Pick up an audition form in the Theatre Classroom and check Google Drive. Please let Mrs. Holifield know if you have any questions or need the link again.

The SADD Christmas Dance tickets will be on sale starting today in the Guidance Office. The cost is $10.00. The Christmas Dance will be on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 8:30-11:30 p.m. This year, Derby City Selfie will be at the dance for festive pictures: http://www.derbycityselfie.com/. There will also be a DJ and door prizes. You need to purchase tickets before the dance as they will not be on sale at the dance.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

There will be no morning Mass on Friday. There will be an all-school liturgy to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Students: Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: Second semester schedule changes (only for extenuating circumstances), must be done by Friday. Come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor.

December deadlines college scholarship applications

 Service Hour Opportunities

TODAY – Set up. Our Lady of Perpetual Help is looking for people to help after school today to set up for their parish faith formation evening. Meet at the Our Lady Parish Office after school to help. Email Mrs. Kelly if you would like to volunteer.

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 Girls Basketball team lost another hard-fought game last night 40-26 to 1A #5-ranked South Central. Hannah Wolford led all scorers with 11 pts, Brigid Welch added 5, Brinley Prather and Natalie Boesing 4 each and Sierra Brooks 2. The girls are back in action on Friday as we host sectional rival Henryville. Come out and support the girls!

Boys Basketball Season Passes are now available in the Athletic Department. Student passes are $20, and adult passes are $35.

  • It must be noted that the Feb. 9 New Albany game is not included on the season pass. Every season pass purchased has the opportunity to purchase one (1) PHS v. New Albany game ticket for $5 at the time of your season pass purchase. (student or adult)
  • Season passes will also be on sale at the first couple of home games in the Main Lobby.
  • Individual New Albany game tickets are not available for purchase at this time. A student pre-sale date will be determined sometime in mid-January for student purchases.

Girls Basketball Student Season Passes are also available in the Athletic Department for $15. Stop on by and get a great bargain on these student season pass prices!

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December 5, 2017
Tuesday, B Day

Today’s Meetings
Drawing Club outing, after school

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Christmas Dance tickets go on sale, Guidance Office

Saint of the Day. After an abusive childhood, Saint Sabas found refuge in a monastery, where he also found his vocation to the monastic life. Permitted to live as a hermit, Saint Sabas soon found others attracted to his way of life, and he eventually became the abbot of a monastic community. As a result, he is known as one of the founders of Eastern monasticism. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today: Taco Boats, Beef, Mexican Rice w/Queso, Refried Beans, Corn, Green Beans
Snack Line: Taco Boats

The Library with be closed 2nd lunch today.

 NEWS

Reminder that ISTEP testing for English continues through tomorrow during 2nd block only. IF you have Prosser in the morning, you will still be testing with us and you will miss Prosser. Prosser has been notified that you will be absent. If you have any questions, please come to the Guidance Office.

All members of the JV and Varsity Quick Recall team should report to Room 307 for practice today. We have an away match on Thursday at Mercy.

Attn Students: Lost and found items are located on a table in the cafeteria. Unclaimed items will be recycled or donated during Christmas Break. Please claim your possessions

Drawing Club – Last outing of 2017 is today. Please e-mail Ms. LeBrun your permission slip.

Auditions for Spring Musical are Tuesday, Dec. 12, after school in the Little Theatre. All high school students are invited to audition. You may pick up an audition form in the Theatre Classroom. All materials needed to prepare were shared with you on the Google Drive. Please let Mrs. Holifield know if you have any questions or need the link again.
Hope to see you there!

The SADD Christmas Dance tickets will be on sale starting tomorrow in the Guidance Office. The cost is $10.00. The Christmas Dance will be on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 8:30-11:30 p.m. This year, Derby City Selfie will be at the dance for festive pictures: http://www.derbycityselfie.com/. There will also be a DJ and door prizes. You need to purchase tickets before the dance as they will not be on sale at the dance.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

There will be no morning Mass on Friday. There will be an all-school liturgy to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Students: Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: Second semester schedule changes (only for extenuating circumstances), must be done by Friday. Come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor.

December 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

Boys Basketball Season Passes are now available in the Athletic Department. Student passes are $20, and adult passes are $35.

  • It must be noted that the Feb. 9 New Albany game is not included on the season pass. Every season pass purchased has the opportunity to purchase one (1) PHS v. New Albany game ticket for $5 at the time of your season pass purchase. That is for a student or adult season pass.
  • Season passes will also be on sale at the first couple of home games in the Main Lobby.
  • Individual New Albany game tickets are not available for purchase at this time. A student pre-sale date will be determined sometime in mid-January for student purchases.

Girls Basketball Student Season Passes are also available in the Athletic Department for $15. Stop on by and get a great bargain on these student season pass prices!
If you have any questions, please see us in the Athletic Department.

Remember that tonight’s Girls Basketball game is a House points challenge. Please wear pink for this Coaches vs. Cancer game. Check in with Mr. Beyl or Mrs. Burden for House credit. JV plays at 6 p.m., varsity follows. Special recognition of fighters and survivors will take place between games. Please come out and show your love and support for the Lady Pioneers AND for those struggling with cancer.

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December 4, 2017
Monday, A Day

Tomorrow’s Meetings
ISTEP Testing English, 7:15 a.m., Room 320
Drawing Club outing, after school

Saint of the Day. Saint John Damascene was born in Damascus, but spent most of his life in a monastery near Jerusalem. Little is known about his life, but he is remembered as the last of the Eastern Church Fathers. He gained fame as a poet and an author. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today: Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Cheesy Potatoes, Green Beans, Baked Beans, Carrots
Snack Line: Hamburgers/Cheese

The Library with be closed 2nd lunch today.

 NEWS

Attn: Students with library books and fines: You should have received an email notice today of when your book is due. Failure to comply with this email could result in a detention. Read the email now if you haven’t done so already.

Reminder that ISTEP testing for English will start Monday during Blue Day sessions and into 1st block. You have been notified if you need to test. Students need to be here by 7:15 a.m. and report to Room 320. IF you have Prosser in the morning, you will still be testing with us and you will miss Prosser. Prosser has been notified that you will be absent.

You will be continuing with ISTEP testing on Tuesday, Dec. 5 (during Blue Day sessions and 1st block – be here at 7:15 a.m.), and Dec. 6 during 2nd block only. If you have any questions, please come to the Guidance Office.

Drawing Club – Last outing of 2017 is tomorrow. Please e-mail Ms. LeBrun your permission slip.

The SADD Christmas Dance tickets will be on sale starting Wednesday in the Guidance Office. The cost is $10.00. The Christmas Dance will be on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 8:30-11:30 p.m. This year, Derby City Selfie will be at the dance for festive pictures: http://www.derbycityselfie.com/. There will also be a DJ and door prizes. You need to purchase tickets before the dance as they will not be on sale at the dance.

The Quick Recall team participated in the Class Act Credit Union Invitational Tournament this weekend. This NAQT Quiz Bowl tournament took place at JCTC Southwest campus. In the initial round, we defeated Eastern High School B team, Pleasure Ridge Park High School A team, and Grayson County High School B team. We lost both of our afternoon matches but placed 4th in our group (there were three groups of teams playing today). Our proudest moment was when Adam Garcia was recognized as the 13th highest scorer out of all individual players for the day (88 total players participated from 19 teams). The representatives for  the day also include freshmen Marcus Fuson and Monica Nokes, and sophomores Luke Rodski and Claire Reyes.

Auditions for Spring Musical are Tuesday, Dec. 12, after school in the Little Theatre. All high school students are invited to audition. You may pick up an audition form in the Theatre Classroom. All materials needed to prepare were shared with you on the Google Drive. Please let Mrs. Holifield know if you have any questions or need the link again.
Hope to see you there!

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Students: Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: Second semester schedule changes (only for extenuating circumstances), must be done by Friday. Come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor.

December 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

Boys Basketball Season Passes are now available in the Athletic Department. Student passes are $20, and adult passes are $35. It must be noted that the Feb. 9 New Albany game is not included on the season pass. Every season pass purchased has the opportunity to purchase one (1) PHS v. New Albany game ticket for $5 at the time of your season pass purchase. That is for a student or adult season pass.
Season passes will also be on sale at the first couple of home games in the Main Lobby.
Individual New Albany game tickets are not available for purchase at this time. A student pre-sale date will be determined sometime in mid-January for student purchases.

Girls Basketball Student Season Passes are also available in the Athletic Department for $15. Stop on by and get a great bargain on these student season pass prices!
If you have any questions, please see us in the Athletic Department.

There will be a House points challenge tomorrow during the Lady Pioneers’ home basketball game vs. South Central. This is our Coaches vs. Cancer game, so attendees are encouraged to wear pink in support of fighters and survivors of this terrible disease. Check in with Mr. Beyl or Mrs. Burden for House credit. JV plays at 6 p.m., Varsity follows. Special recognition of fighters and survivors will take place between games. Please come out and show your love and support for the Lady Pioneers AND for those struggling with cancer.

The Girls Basketball team fought hard over the weekend but fell short in two losses.
On Friday night they fell to a very good Salem team 44-42 in overtime.  Hannah Wolford led the Pioneers with 20 pts and 11 rebounds. Natalie Boesing added 8, Brigid Welch and Brinley Prather 7 each and Sierra Brooks chipped in 2 to go with her stellar defense on the night.
On Saturday the Pioneers led 1A #8 Trinity Lutheran for most of the game before falling on a last second shot 42-41. Hannah Wolford again led with 20 pts. Natalie Boesing added 9 and Sierra Brooks 8. Kaylee Kaiser and Brigid Welch each added 2.
Tomorrow night, the Pioneers face the #5 ranked team in 1A South Central. The game is a Coaches vs Cancer game. Wear your pink, and come on out to support the team and help us honor many in our building who have been touched by the dreaded disease.

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December 1, 2017
Friday, B Day

Today’s Meetings
Adoration, 8:30 a.m.-2:30p.m, Chapel
House of Faith Advent Rosary, 3:05 p.m., Chapel

Monday’s Meetings
ISTEP Testing English, 7:15 a.m., Room 320

Saint of the Day. Orphaned at the age of 6, Blessed Charles De Foucauld was raised by his devout grandfather. He rejected the Catholic faith as a teenager but resumed its practice around age 30. He then became a Trappist monk. After leaving the monastery, Charles traveled extensively, living a peaceful and somewhat hidden life. Read more

Lunch Menu for Today:
Buffalo Chicken Tortellini, Cheese Tortellini w/Marinara, Corn, Peas, Broccoli
Snack Line: Personal Size Pizza

Library is closed all day today.

 NEWS

Reminder that ISTEP testing for English will start Monday during Blue Day sessions and into 1st block. You have been notified if you need to test. Students need to be here by 7:15 a.m. and report to Room 320. IF you have Prosser in the morning, you will still be testing with us and you will miss Prosser. Prosser has been notified that you will be absent.

You will be continuing with ISTEP testing on Tuesday, Dec. 5 (during Blue Day sessions and 1st block – be here at 7:15 a.m.), and Dec. 6 during 2nd block only. If you have any questions, please come to the Guidance Office.

The House of Faith will be sponsoring our first Advent Rosary today after school in the chapel at 3:05 p.m. Come spend 15 minutes in prayer as we prepare for the beginning of Advent this weekend!

Attn All Students: Lost and found items are located on a cart in the cafeteria. Unclaimed items will be recycled or donated during Christmas Break. Please claim your possessions”

Attn Students with Library books: Check your email for any notices you receive from Mrs. Scharre in the coming days. Books and library fines will all need to be turned in BEFORE final exams. Your emails should let you know exactly when you must turn it in. Failure to do so will result in a detention.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

There will be Adoration in the chapel today from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Stop by to spend some quality time with Jesus!

THE VIGIL PROJECTTonight 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

Local scholarship opportunity: MLK Holiday Celebration Committee Scholarship $500 – must be a Clark County resident who has demonstrated personal responsibility, educational achievement and community service. See Mrs. Losey for the application. Due to Mrs. Losey by the morning of Monday, Dec. 4.

Early Action Deadline: Today is another Early Action Deadline for some colleges. Check the due dates for the colleges you are interested in applying to. Early Action is not binding. Also, Bellarmine is waiving the application fee if applying online by today.

Students: Are you interested in taking classes at Prosser or seeing what it’s all about? The Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: Second semester schedule changes (only for extenuating circumstances), must be done by Dec. 8. Come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor.

December 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 All: Mr. Charlie Jenkins and Mr. Ray Day will be signing copies of their new Providence basketball history book, A PIONEERING SPIRIT, at tonight’s Girls Basketball home game. The book is a great $20 Christmas gift for students, graduates, parents, and all supporters of Providence. Please help spread the word!

There will be a House points challenge on Tuesday, Dec. 5, during the Lady Pioneer’s home basketball game vs. South Central. This is our Coaches vs. Cancer game, so attendees are encouraged to wear pink in support of fighters and survivors of this terrible disease. Check in with Mr. Beyl or Mrs. Burden for House credit. JV plays at 6 p.m., Varsity follows.  Special recognition of fighters and survivors will take place between games. Please come out and show your love and support for the Lady Pioneers AND for those struggling with cancer.

 Providence Wrestlers won five of the six matches wrestled last night but unfortunately did not get the win, dropping a heart breaker 30-42 at Charlestown. Getting wins were Caleb Barber, Noah Liter, Nathan Grantz, Wilson Stemm, and Jansen Tate.
It is not too late for anyone wanting to come out for the Wrestling team.

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November 30, 2017
Thursday, A Day

Today’s Meetings
Bowling Club Match, 4:00 p.m., Blackiston Bowl

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Adoration, 8:30 a.m.-2:30p.m, Chapel
House of Faith Advent Rosary, 3:05 p.m., Chapel

Saint of the Day. Saint Andrew the Apostle was Saint Peter’s brother and was called by Jesus along with Peter. We know very little about Andrew except that he too was a fisherman, and a disciple of Saint John the Baptist. Read more

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

ISTEP testing will take place in the Library during 3A and 4A. The Library will be closed until we are finished. Look for an email from Mrs. Scharre to let you know when the Library has re-opened

 NEWS

The House of Faith will be sponsoring our first Advent Rosary tomorrow after school in the chapel at 3:05 p.m. Come spend 15 minutes in prayer as we prepare for the beginning of Advent this weekend!

Attn All Students: Lost and found items are located on a cart in the cafeteria. Unclaimed items will be recycled or donated during Christmas Break. Please claim your possessions”

Attn Students with Library books: Check your email for any notices you receive from Mrs. Scharre in the coming days. Books and library fines will all need to be turned in BEFORE final exams. Your emails should let you know exactly when you must turn it in. Failure to do so will result in a detention.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

There will be Adoration in the chapel tomorrow from 8:30 a.m.-2:30p.m. Stop by to spend some quality time with Jesus!

THE VIGIL PROJECTTomorrow 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

Local scholarship opportunity: MLK Holiday Celebration Committee Scholarship $500 – must be a Clark County resident who has demonstrated personal responsibility, educational achievement and community service. See Mrs. Losey for the application. Due to Mrs. Losey by the morning of Monday, Dec. 4.

Early Action Deadline: Tomorrow is another Early Action Deadline for some colleges. Check the due dates for the colleges you are interested in applying to. Early Action is not binding. Also, Bellarmine is waiving the application fee if applying online by Dec. 1.

Students: Are you interested in taking classes at Prosser or seeing what it’s all about? The Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: Second semester schedule changes (only for extenuating circumstances), must be done by Dec. 8. Come to the Guidance Office and talk with your counselor.

November deadlines college scholarship applications:

December 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 All: Mr. Charlie Jenkins and Mr. Ray Day will be signing copies of their new Providence basketball history book, A PIONEERING SPIRIT, at tomorrow night’s Girls Basketball home game. The book is a great $20 Christmas gift for students, graduates, parents, and all supporters of Providence. Please help spread the word!

 There will be a House points challenge next Tuesday, Dec. 5, during the Lady Pioneer’s home basketball game vs. South Central. This is our Coaches vs. Cancer game, so attendees are encouraged to wear pink in support of fighters and survivors of this terrible disease. Check in with Mr. Beyl or Mrs. Burden for House credit. JV plays at 6 p.m., Varsity follows.  Special recognition of fighters and survivors will take place between games. Please come out and show your love and support for the Lady Pioneers AND for those struggling with cancer.

 Freshman Boys Basketball won last night vs N. Harrison, 42-39. Brennan Finnegan led the way with 17 pts, 8 rebounds, and 2 blocks.

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November 29, 2017
Wednesday, A Day

Today’s Meetings
Drawing Club, 3:10-4, Art Studio A

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Bowling Club Match, 4:00 p.m., Blackiston Bowl

Saint of the Day. Pope Saint Clement was the fourth pope of the Church, living toward the end of the first century. He is known for his letter to the Church at Corinth, in which he tried to reestablish peace between the clergy and the faithful. Read more

 Lunch Menu for Today:  Pioneer Pasta, Broccoli, Carrots, Green Beans, Breadsticks
Snack Line: Calzone

ISTEP testing will take place in the Library during 3A and 4A. The Library will be closed until we are finished. Look for an email from Mrs. Scharre to let you know when the Library has re-opened

NEWS

PHS Bowling Club has a match today at 4:00 p.m. at Blackiston Bowl.

Attn Students with Library books: Check your email for any notices you receive from Mrs. Scharre in the coming days. Books and library fines will all need to be turned in BEFORE final exams. Your emails should let you know exactly when you must turn it in. Failure to do so will result in a detention.

Drawing Club today– 3:10-4…sketchbooks, hot chocolate, and Christmas decorating! Hope to see you there!

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

THE VIGIL PROJECT – On Friday 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

Local scholarship opportunity: MLK Holiday Celebration Committee Scholarship $500 – must be a Clark County resident who has demonstrated personal responsibility, educational achievement and community service. See Mrs. Losey for the application. Due to Mrs. Losey by the morning of Monday, Dec. 4.

Early Action Deadline: Dec. 1 is another Early Action Deadline for some colleges. Check the due dates for the colleges you are interested in applying to. Early Action is not binding. Also, Bellarmine is waiving the application fee if applying online by Dec. 1.

Students: Are you interested in taking classes at Prosser or seeing what it’s all about? The Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: If you need to make a second semester schedule 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:

December 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 Wrestling team went to Paoli last night short-handed and dropped a close match 24-30.  Getting wins for Providence were: Chase Aldridge, Noah Liter, Jansen Tate, and Sam Hudlin.

Congrats to the Girls Basketball team, which improved to 4-1 with a 51-40 win over Christian Academy last night. The girls were led by Hannah Wolford’s 28 pts, Natalie Boesing added 12, Sierra Brooks 5, Kaylee Kaiser 4, and Brigid Welch 2. Come out this Friday for our first home game as we take on a very good Salem team. Before the game, we will be honoring senior Hannah Wolford for her 1000 point milestone. Come cheer on the girls!!!

Your awesome Swim and Dive team was at it last night against Floyd Central, Sacred Heart and Trinity. I’d like to congratulate Madison Roehrs, Claire Culwell, Tanner Carver and Taylor Hensley for competing in dive as our first divers in many years. You did extremely well having never been at a dive competition before. And you scored very well.
Abby Glotzbach continues her downward trend in time in both the IM and back. Meg LaMaster also set a very low bar in the 100 breaststroke, which is over 10 seconds faster than last year this time. Lauren Tomlin beat her personal goal in the 500 free and was 15 seconds faster than her first race this year. Alex Perkinson dropped 9 seconds in time in the 200 free. Zach De Los Santos also dropped time in the same event. Logan Applewhite dropped some serious time in the 200 IM too. In the 50 free, we saw decreases in time from Harry Green and Faith Middleton. Sam Caylor knocked some seconds off his 100 Fly. Daryl Hunton and Aiden Jewell dropped time in the 100 free. Sam LaMaster is seven seconds faster at this point in the 100 free.  Kieran Kelly dropped time in the 100 breaststroke. Some of your swimmers got first times in many events, so we’ll be seeing them improve as well as the season starts kicking in gear.

SPORTS FOR THIS WEEK

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November 28, 2017
Tuesday, A Day

Tomorrow’s Meetings
Art Club, 7:40 a.m., Art Studio B
Drawing Club, 3:10-4, Art Studio A

Saint of the Day. Saint James of the Marches was born in the Marche of Ancona. Before joining the Friars Minor, he earned doctorates in canon and civil law at the University of Perugia. He lived a very austere life, and was an extremely popular preacher, who spread devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus. Read more

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

ISTEP testing will take place in the Library during 3A and 4A. The Library will be closed until we are finished. Look for an email from Mrs. Scharre to let you know when the Library has re-opened

NEWS

Attn Students with Library books: Check your email for any notices you receive from Mrs. Scharre in the coming days. Books and library fines will all need to be turned in BEFORE final exams. Your emails should let you know exactly when you must turn it in. Failure to do so will result in a detention.

The Art Club will hold a meeting tomorrow at 7:40 a.m. in Art Studio B.

For those students taking the ISTEP Math: your test continues tomorrow during 1st Block.  Please go to your 1st Block class for prayer and attendance, and then come to the Computer Lab directly after the pledge. If you are a morning Prosser student, please go to Prosser and then eat 1st lunch and meet in the Library after 1st lunch. Any questions, please come to the Guidance Office.

Drawing Club Tomorrow– 3:10-4…sketchbooks, hot chocolate, and Christmas decorating! Hope to see you there!

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

THE VIGIL PROJECT – On Friday 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

Students: Are you interested in taking classes at Prosser or seeing what it’s all about? The Prosser Open House will be Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attention Students: If you need to make a second semester schedule 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:

December 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

Catch the Swim & Dive team in action tonight at Floyd Central at 6:00. The meet vs. FC, Trinity and Sacred Heart Academy was recently added to the schedule.

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November 27, 2017
Monday, B Day

Today’s Meetings
French Mass, 4th block, Chapel

Tomorrow’s Meetings
ISTEP Math, 7:15 a.m., Guidance Office

Saint of the Day. Saint Francesco Antonio Fasani was a Conventual Franciscan who taught the younger members of his community and served in administration. He was recognized as a great preacher and confessor. In the minds of the local people, Francesco was considered a saint at his death. Read more

 Lunch Menu for Today:
Taco Boats, Corn Bread Pudding, Mexican Rice, Refried Beans, Green Beans
Snack Line: Taco Boats

Library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

 NEWS

Reminder for those taking ISTEP Math tomorrow: You need to be here at 7:15 a.m. (unless you have morning Prosser classes) and come directly to the Computer Labs. If you have questions, come to the Guidance Office.

Attention All: Prayer will be moved to 2nd block tomorrow due to ISTEP testing. We will have the bell to start classes, but Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance will be at the start of 2nd block.

All French students who are attending French Mass today should drop off their things to their 4th block class and then report to the chapel for Mass.  Please be prompt and check in with Miss Aebersold when you arrive.

House of LOYALTY-Please bring $5 or more donation for the Angel Tree to Mrs. Scharre by Friday. Thanks!

Drawing Club Wednesday– 3:10-4…sketchbooks, hot chocolate, and Christmas decorating! Hope to see you there!

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 Tuesday 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.

Attentions Students: If you need to make a second semester schedule 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

Your Super Sonic Swim Team was at it again last week, taking on South Ripley, Switzerland County and Lanesville in a triple dual meet.  In an event like this, each team, while racing everyone at the same time, dual meets against each other. The guys tsumani’d everyone and left everyone in their wake, with such scores as 83-20 against Lanesville, 89-15 against Switzerland County, and 93-0 over South Ripley.

Your ladies quall-lined Lanesville 83-20, dunked Switzerland County 71-57, but unfortunately came up short against South Ripley 87-69, but still….

MVP’s for the meet are Abby Glotzbach for the women’s team as she set personal bests in the 100 back and the 200 Individual Medley. For the guys, gosh this is tough as I really want to go with two, so I shall: Big cheers for Logan Applewhite for swimming “The Gauntlet” and pointing all the way by swimming the Medley Relay, the Individual Medley, the 500 Free and the 400 Free Relay.  Whew!  “That-be-some-kind-o-workout!” And Sam Caylor: Swam the Fly on the Medley Relay followed up by the 100 Fly.

It’s still not too late to join swim….

The Wrestling team competed at the Turkey Classic at Mt Vernon this weekend and at the end of 2 days of wrestling, Noah Liter and Nathan Grantz both placed 2nd in their respective weight classes. The team will be back in action on Tuesday against Charlestown.

 

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