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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Announcements are posted each school day, typically by noon, and remain up for two weeks

Friday, January 24, B Day
Today
:
Homecoming Court group photo before assembly
Homecoming Assembly
Boys Basketball vs. Henryville/Homecoming, 6:00/7:30 p.m., Larkin Center
Tomorrow:
Sunday: Dodgeball Tournament, 5-8 p.m., Koetter Gym

Saint of the Day: Saint Francis de Sales was born into a senatorial family where he was destined to work in government positions of authority. Instead, he felt a call to the priesthood and was ordained for the Diocese of Geneva. Later he became bishop of that diocese and was known for his gentleness and his strong defense against Calvinism. He authored a couple of books and helped found the Sisters of the Visitation. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

Lunch: Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Baked Cinnamon Apples, Hash Browns, Biscuit & Gravy or French Toast Sticks
Snack Line: Chicken Nuggets

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

NEWS

Next week is Catholic School Week, which means a whole week of activities celebrating our commitment to Catholic education! Activities include the Penny War, special out-of-uniform days, school liturgy, and more:

Special Dress Days:

  • Monday: Mad for Plaid – Wear plaid of any kind, spirit wear, or uniform
  • Tuesday: Celebrate Your Parish with jeans and T-shirt or sweatshirt from your Deanery parish school, spirit wear, or uniform
  • Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday – crazy socks, mismatched colors/outfits, crazy hair, hats; spirit wear; or uniform
  • Thursday: In uniform, students coordinate uniform shirts by color –
  • Friday: Spirit Wear Day

Special activities:

  • Sunday: Dodgeball Tournament – 5-8 p.m., Koetter Gym. Email Mr. Hutchins with your team of 8.
  • Monday: Penny War Kick-off, Guess the Faculty/Staff Songs Contest kick off, Trivia Contest, Class Lunches
    • Seniors – Lunch 1 (11:26 -11:54)
    • Juniors – Lunch 2 (11:58 – 12:26)
    • Sophomores – Lunch 3 (12:30 -12:55)
    • Freshmen – Lunch 4 (12:59 – 1:26)
  • Tuesday: Acts of Kindness Day; last day to turn in canned goods
  • Wednesday: Faculty/Staff Acts of Kindness Day; canned goods scultpures must be complete; House Meetings
  • Thursday: All-school liturgy
  • Friday: Last day of Penny War; Assembly with Dodgeball finals, canned goods sculpture winner & Penny War winners announced

Tape Mural student recognition: Before we remove the tape murals around school, if you would like a last chance to see them if you haven’t already, they are in the following locations.

  • Figures walking down Staircase: near the front office- Artists: Emily Kemp, Reese Bottorff, Faith Oakley.
  • Pioneers hidden around school: by Ms. A’s & around school- Will Dykes & Max Person
  • Louisville cityscape:3rd floor in front of Mr. Purichia’s- Avery Stumler & Kaylee Kaiser
  • Food falling: Cafe- Sydney LaMaster, Maya Paris, & Addison Mills
  • Ketchup & Mustard: Cafe- Weston Kaiser & Carson Happel
  • Fish Friends: Admin Corridor- Michael Hamm, Alex Stoner, and Eman Martinez

Members of the Homecoming Court: There will be a group photo of the full court before the assembly today. When you are called down, please report immediately to the lobby of the auditorium for the photo.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: Two new scholarships have been announced:

Scholarships

 SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

ATHLETIC NEWS

First, I want to thank the great many faculty for coming out last evening to cheer on your Pioneer swimmers and divers.  Swim and Dive can sometimes be a numbers game, and they had numbers on us, so we came up a few points short.  So, students, come out next year for Swim and Dive so we can take down New Albany!!!
Last week, so many of your team set personal bests.  Could they do it again?  Seriously, that’s ridiculous if any of them could.  They did!!!
Ladies first (because that’s the way it should be):

  • Sarah Boehm: She led all swimmers in dropped times but others were right there too! She chopped off 2.5 seconds in her 50 free time and a staggering 15 seconds in the 500 free! That’s a “Daily Double!”
  • Audrey Howell: Knocked 2 seconds off her 100 free time
  • Sydney LaMaster: Got a second off in the 50 free and an incredible 5 in the 100 free. Another “Daily Double!”
  • Lauren Stapp: Pulled the double drop too, a half second in the 50 free and 1-1/2 seconds in the 100 back, and the back was done right after the 200 free relay! “Daily Double”
  • Julia Thomas: How about that 4 second drop in the 100 Breaststroke? She typically rolls 3 relays, so 1 for 1.
  • Zach Applewhite: A crazy 4 seconds in the 200 IM and another insane drop in the 500 free, 7 seconds. “Daily Double!”
  • Zach Aurilio: Carved off 6 seconds in the 100 free (I pulled a relay time to compare since this is the first time swimming this individual event this year)
  • Kieran Kelly: 1/2 second in the 50 free and 1/2 second in the breaststorke. Another “Daily Double!”
  • Ethan Kerr: Another “Daily Double” winner with 1-1/2 seconds in the 50 free and a staggering 7 seconds in the 100 breast.
  • Ben Tackett: Yes, another “Daily Double” with a double drop of 5 seconds each in the 200 free and the 500 free.
  • Individual accomplishments to point out:
  • The 1-2 combo in the 100 breaststroke by Julia and Audrey! That was nice!
  • In the 500 free, Zach pulled away in the last 100 to win.
  • Some great second place finishes (lots of other swimmers in the heats — Zach Applewhite in the 200 IM, Logan Applewhite in the 100 Fly, Lauren in the 50 free, and Catherine Pfeiffer in Dive.

Your Dynamic Divers will be in action Saturday at the Mooresville Dive Invitational and again on Monday at the Girls Seymour meet.
So congratulate your favorite swimmer and diver today for some great performances last night!

Attention ALL:  5-6-7-8 BLUE!!!  Come see what all the buzz is with our PHS Dance Team, “The Blue Crew!” During our practice on Monday, Feb. 10, we will have a Meet and Greet with the team. Observe our practice, meet the team members, ask questions, and consider joining us next year! We hope to see you in the Koetter Gym, Monday, Feb. 10, anytime from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.! Any questions, see Coach Debbie Miller in the café.

Attention Freshmen: New Albany Knights of Columbus will be hosting a Free Throw Championship at its Council Home at 809 E. Main Street in New Albany on Sunday, Jan. 26. Registration begins at 4 p.m. with the first shooter going off at 4:30 sharp. This is a friendly competition open to ALL boys and girls age 9 to 14. Food and refreshments will be available. Please contact Ron Webber (502) 291-3473 or Mike Carter (502) 548-2968 with any questions.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

Thursday, January 23, A Day
Today
:
Wear Green or Spirit Wear for Lyme Disease
Tomorrow:
Homecoming Assembly
Free Spirit Wear Day
Boys Basketball vs. Henryville/Homecoming, 6:00/7:30 p.m., Larkin Center

Saint of the Day: Born in Germany, Saint Marianne Cope’s family soon moved to Utica, NY. In 1862 she entered the Sisters of the Third Order of Saint Francis where she served as superior for a number of years. In 1883, Saint Marianne went to Hawaii where she and other members of her community cared for women and girls with leprosy. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 3rd lunch today.

Lunch: Little Caesars Pizza, Macaroni & Cheese, Potato Wedges, Peas, Green Beans
Snack Line: Pizza

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

NEWS

Next week is Catholic School Week, which means a whole week of activities celebrating our commitment to Catholic education! Activities include the Penny War, special out-of-uniform days, school liturgy, and more. Watch for more information.

On Monday only, students have a new lunch schedule and eat by CLASS!

  • Seniors – Lunch 1 (11:26 -11:54)
  • Juniors – Lunch 2 (11:58 – 12:26)
  • Sophomores – Lunch 3 (12:30 -12:55)
  • Freshmen – Lunch 4 (12:59 – 1:26)

Tape Mural student recognition: Before we remove the tape murals around school, if you would like a last chance to see them if you haven’t already, they are in the following locations.

  • Figures walking down Staircase: near the front office- Artists: Emily Kemp, Reese Bottorff, Faith Oakley.
  • Pioneers hidden around school: by Ms. A’s & around school- Will Dykes & Max Person
  • Louisville cityscape:3rd floor in front of Mr. Purichia’s- Avery Stumler & Kaylee Kaiser
  • Food falling: Cafe- Sydney LaMaster, Maya Paris, & Addison Mills
  • Ketchup & Mustard: Cafe- Weston Kaiser & Carson Happel
  • Fish Friends: Admin Corridor- Michael Hamm, Alex Stoner, and Eman Martinez

Members of the Homecoming Court: There will be a group photo of the full court before the assembly tomorrow. When you are called down on Friday, please report immediately to the lobby of the auditorium for the photo.

Attention All: Tomorrow is Homecoming and a Free Spirit Wear Day. Remember to bring in your canned goods for your class sculpture contest!

 COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: Two new scholarships have been announced:

Scholarships

SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

 

ATHLETIC NEWS

Attention ALL:  5-6-7-8 BLUE!!!  Come see what all the buzz is with our PHS Dance Team, “The Blue Crew!” During our practice on Monday, Feb. 10, we will have a Meet and Greet with the team. Observe our practice, meet the team members, ask questions, and consider joining us next year! We hope to see you in the Koetter Gym, Monday, Feb. 10, anytime from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.! Any questions, see Coach Debbie Miller in the café.

Attention Freshmen: New Albany Knights of Columbus will be hosting a Free Throw Championship at its Council Home at 809 E. Main Street in New Albany on Sunday, Jan. 26. Registration begins at 4 p.m. with the first shooter going off at 4:30 sharp. This is a friendly competition open to ALL boys and girls age 9 to 14. Food and refreshments will be available. Please contact Ron Webber (502) 291-3473 or Mike Carter (502) 548-2968 with any questions.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

January 22, B Day
Today
:
Twins/Squad Day
Girls Basketball vs. Rock Creek, 7:00 p.m., Larkin Center
Tomorrow:
Wear Green or Spirit Wear for Lyme Disease, minimum $1 at student entrance
Liturgy, 7:30 a.m., Chapel

Saint of the Day:  Very little is known about Saint Vincent of Zaragossa other than some details about his martyrdom. We know that he was a deacon and that a large devoted following survived his death. Most of what we know comes from the “Acts” of Prudentius. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 3rd lunch today.

Lunch: Buffalo Chicken Tortellini, Tortellini Marinara, Broccoli, Green Beans, Carrots
Snack Line: Garlic Cheese Bread

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

NEWS

Tape Mural student recognition: Before we remove the tape murals around school, if you would like a last chance to see them if you haven’t already, they are in the following locations.

  • Figures walking down Staircase: near the front office- Artists: Emily Kemp, Reese Bottorff, Faith Oakley.
  • Pioneers hidden around school: by Ms. A’s & around school- Will Dykes & Max Person
  • Louisville cityscape:3rd floor in front of Mr. Purichia’s- Avery Stumler & Kaylee Kaiser
  • Food falling: Cafe- Sydney LaMaster, Maya Paris, & Addison Mills
  • Ketchup & Mustard: Cafe- Weston Kaiser & Carson Happel
  • Fish Friends: Admin Corridor- Michael Hamm, Alex Stoner, and Eman Martinez

Members of the Homecoming Court: There will be a group photo of the full court before the assembly on Friday. When you are called down on Friday, please report immediately to the lobby of the auditorium for the photo.

Attention All: This week is Homecoming Week! Here are the spirit wear attire days for the week”

  • Thursday: Wear Green or Spirit Wear for Lyme Disease with minimum $1 donation at the student entrance.
  • Friday: Free Spirit Wear Day.

Remember to bring in your canned goods for your class sculpture contest!

 Attention All: House points challenge! Outside of Mrs. Burden’s room there are cloth panels for each house. Take part in the stitching challenge for the 25 Million Stitches project through Feb. 21. Come by before school, after school, and during Blue Days to see her to stitch! The House with the most stitches by the cutoff wins the challenge! 

Each stitch represents a refugee life. The panels will be mailed to California in March to be stitched together with more than 2000 other artists. Collectively we hope to gather 25+ million stitches to represent the 25.9 million refugees worldwide. See Mrs. Burden if you would like your own panel to stitch on for the project! https://www.25millionstitches.com/   

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Morning Mass tomorrow: Start your day with Jesus. Mass in the Chapel at 7:30.

Scholarships

 SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

ATHLETIC NEWS

The Boys Basketball team had a huge win over the Wolfpack of Crawford County last night. The boys showed some much anticipated Rhino defense holding the Pack to nearly 15 points below their season average. Nick “John” Sexton was assertive as the floor general, while “AG” and “Zack Attack” dominated the boards. “Foug” was ready to stop the Wolfpack scoring leader. And “Ster” did what “Ster” does – attacking the paint in 2020 relentlessly, of course.

Most notably, however, was the Pioneers bench who brought an energy that transformed the play on the court. Senior captain and team MVP Bryce Hutchins said it best, “This is the biggest game of the year.” And it was, as the Pioneers responded to Coach Koetter’s challenge … the same challenge he gave to the Pioneers back in 2012 … who went on to claim postseason titles.

The Pioneers always appreciate the support of our student section and hope to see more of you this Friday night at Homecoming vs. the Henryville Hornets. The Pioneers know they can count on dedicated Pioneer superfan Mr. Bart Makowsky to be in attendance… Hope to see you all there with some Blue Pride!

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

Tuesday, January 21, A Day
Today

Boys Basketball vs. Crawford County, 6:00/7:30 p.m., Larkin Center
Tomorrow:
Twins/Squad Day
Girls Basketball vs. Rock Creek, 7:00 p.m., Larkin Center

Saint of the Day: Like other young martyrs, the death of Saint Agnes reminds us that length of years is not a requirement for a holy life. Little is known about Saint Agnes other than that she was a martyr. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

Lunch: Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Broccoli, Peas, Carrots
Snack Line: Calzone

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

NEWS

Attention All: This week is Homecoming Week! Here are the spirit wear attire days for the week”

  • Wednesday: Twin/Squad Day. Identical dress with one or more people or you and your friends dress as your favorite group. Non participants must be in uniform.
  • Thursday: Wear Green or Spirit Wear for Lyme Disease with minimum $1 donation at the student entrance.
  • Friday: Free Spirit Wear Day.

Remember to bring in your canned goods for your class sculpture contest!

 Attention All: Starting today there will be a House points challenge! Outside of Mrs. Burden’s room there are cloth panels for each house. We will be having a stitching challenge for the 25 Million Stitches project through Feb. 21. Come by before school, after school, and during Blue Days to see her to stitch! The House with the most stitches by the cutoff wins the challenge! 

Each stitch represents a refugee life. The panels will be mailed to California in March to be stitched together with more than 2000 other artists. Collectively we hope to gather 25+ million stitches to represent the 25.9 million refugees worldwide. See Mrs. Burden if you would like your own panel to stitch on for the project! https://www.25millionstitches.com/   

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Abide – Come tonight for an evening of prayer, worship, music, Adoration, and Confession at the Mt. St. Francis chapel from 6:30-8:30 p.m. All ages welcome! Check out catalystcatholic.org for more info! Abide will take place every third Tuesday of the month, so mark your calendars for future dates!    

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors living in Clark County: The James Holt Scholarship application is now available in the Counseling Office. This scholarship will be awarded to one PHS senior this year who resides in Clark County. The Holt Scholarship is for $10,000. Three finalists will be selected by a scholarship review committee and recommended to the James Holt Charitable Foundation for the final interview process. Criteria evaluated: leadership, moral character, community service and financial need as well as academic achievement will be considered. Application is due to the Counseling Office by March 2.

Scholarships

SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

Friday, January 17, B Day
Today
:
Boys Basketball vs. Rock Creek, 6:00/7:30 p.m., Larkin Center
Tomorrow:
Individual Bowling Regional, 9:00 a.m., Eastown Rec in Jasper
Freshman Boys Basketball vs. South Central, 10:00 a.m., Larkin Center
Girls Basketball vs. Henryville “Coaches vs. Cancer,” 6:00 p.m., Larkin Center
Monday: No Classes
Tuesday:  Favorite Sports Team Attire Day! 

Saint of the Day: Saint Anthony Of Egypt was a solitary ascetic who practiced great mortification yet drew many people to himself. He responded by founding an early form of monastic life. He lived until age 105. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 3rd lunch today.

Lunch: Oven Roasted Turkey, Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Dinner Roll
Snack Line: Spinach Queso & Chips

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

NEWS

Senior Christian Tate will be competing in the Individual Bowling Regional tomorrow at Eastown Rec in Jasper starting at 9:00 a.m. Wish him luck!

Attention All: Starting Tuesday there will be a House points challenge! Outside of Mrs. Burden’s room there are cloth panels for each house. We will be having a stitching challenge for the 25 Million Stitches project through Feb. 21. Come by before school, after school, and during Blue Days to see her to stitch! The House with the most stitches by the cut off wins the challenge! 

Each stitch represents a refugee life. The panels will be mailed to California in March to be stitched together with more than 2000 other artists. Collectively we hope to gather 25+ million stitches to represent the 25.9 million refugees worldwide. See Mrs. Burden if you would like your own panel to stitch on for the project! https://www.25millionstitches.com/   

Homecoming Spirit Week Attire: Tuesday will be Favorite Sports Team Attire Day! Wednesday is Twins Day. Thursday is Wear Green for  Lyme Disease for $1. Friday is Spirit Wear.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors living in Clark County: The James Holt Scholarship application is now available in the Counseling Office. This scholarship will be awarded to one PHS senior this year who resides in Clark County. The Holt Scholarship is for $10,000. Three finalists will be selected by a scholarship review committee and recommended to the James Holt Charitable Foundation for the final interview process. Criteria evaluated: leadership, moral character, community service and financial need as well as academic achievement will be considered. Application is due to the Counseling Office by March 2.

Scholarships

 SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

ATHLETIC NEWS

Truly Amazing Swimmers: Libero plays Setter, O-Lineman Plays Quarterback, Center plays Guard, you name it, and WE STILL WIN!!!
Your Super Sonic Swimmers were AMAZING last night. Ever show up expecting “A” and well…uh-oh. Feeling pretty confident after ousting Jennings County and Greensburg on Tuesday, the team decided to swim events that they normally never touch! Thinking we were up against Corydon only….oops. What is Scottsburg and Lanesville doing there too? Uh-oh. Events already set. However, the team had that mood of…we got this!

The guys won convincingly!
Providence 309
Corydon Central 172
Scottsburg 128
Lanesville 24

Combined ladies and guys was really close:
Scottsburg 493
Corydon 477
Providence 441
Lanesville 93

Highlights: 

  • Meet MVP: This goes to Beth Wimsatt. She set PRs convincingly in everything she swam, the 50 and 100 free. Way to go Beth! Big-time drops in time.
  • Meet MVP #2. Ben Tackett: My apologies to Ben. What a good teammate. He wanted to swim the 50 free and I had him in it, until we showed up and I realized…oops! Now we have too many entries. So off to the 100 breast he had to go. Then he was the second leg in the next event, the 400 free relay, AND, it became a combined race, female and male, so no rest whatsoever. And the second leg at that! Not the 4th. Whew!!! Big time!
  • Quarterback Playing on the Offensive Line Awards (first time swimming events): Kieran Kelly in the 100 Fly — 2nd place! Zach Aurilio in the 200 IM — 2nd place to 1st Place Ben Tackett. Lauren Stapp 3rd place in the 500 free and Sarah Boehm 6th place in the 500 Free. Zach Applewhite 3rd place in the 100 Breast and Ben Tackett 5th place in the 100 Breast.  Zach Aurilio again with a 3rd in the 100 Back. Marcus Fuson 3rd place in the 500 Free. Points!!!!  And an “I can do that too!” accomplishment!!!
  • Zach Applewhite destroyed everyone in the 100 Free, which is new to him. Let’s look at the school record!  It may be in reach.  Glad you asked to swim in this event.
  • Destruction #2: Logan Applewhite set a PR in the 100 back and crushed Scottburg’s swimmer.
  • Jake Miller set, yet again, another personal best in the 200 free. Every meet, every time….
  • Lauren Stapp set her personal best in the 50 free and really brought home points!
  • Julia Thomas also lowered her personal best in the 100 Breast.
  • Alex Rousselle also set his personal best in the 100 free.
  • Audrey Howell continues to come up big while recovering from being sick! What a great attitude!!!
  • Ethan Kerr nursing a little shoulder stitch and still threw down some very nice times in freestyle scoring points in relays!

This is a group of swimmers (and divers too) to be proud of. Thinking this would be a low key meet to try new events only to see it’s a sort of invitational, what charisma. And the others, in their key events continued to drop time. 
Attitude and confidence can get you anywhere, even when you may lack experience. Ask these young men and women that!
Join the team next year where accomplishments come in waves (sorry)! I thought that was funny, “waves.” Get it?!?! Your laughing…..  Or you’re laughing at my grammar!  “Your”……  Oh, you want to laugh…….  But you’d get in trouble in class for laughing……  Accomplishments come in waves!!  And this is about swimming!!!  And terrible grammar.  So funny!!!  Ha, ha, ha, ha!!!! 
The message is truly about an amazing group of young women and men.  Keep it up!

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

Thursday, January 16, A Day
Today
:
Track conditioning meeting, after school, Administration Corridor
Tomorrow:
Reward day for Second Quarter Honor Roll students (free Spirit Wear & cookie in Café)
Boys Basketball vs. Rock Creek, 6:00/7:30 p.m., Larkin Center

Saint of the Day: Saint Francis considered Saints Berard and his Companions as true Friars Minor because they were willing to lay their lives on the line for the faith. Such heroic virtue inspired Saint Anthony to join the Franciscans. Those who give their lives for the faith today have also inspired others in the faith for often the faith grows by the blood of martyrs. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

Lunch: Little Caesars Pizza, Macaroni & Cheese, Potato Wedges, Peas, Green Beans
Snack Line: Pizza

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

NEWS

Congratulations to all of our students who earned all As and Bs on the Second Quarter Honor Roll! As a reward for your hard work, all Second Quarter Honor Roll recipients will have a Spirit Wear Day tomorrow, and you will get free cookies in the cafeteria too. Again, Congrats!

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Need a little peace and quiet before your busy day? Stop in the Chapel tomorrow from 7:30-8:00 for Adoration and time with Jesus!

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors living in Clark County: The James Holt Scholarship application is now available in the Counseling Office. This scholarship will be awarded to one PHS senior this year who resides in Clark County. The Holt Scholarship is for $10,000. Three finalists will be selected by a scholarship review committee and recommended to the James Holt Charitable Foundation for the final interview process. Criteria evaluated: leadership, moral character, community service and financial need as well as academic achievement will be considered. Application is due to the Counseling Office by March 2.

Scholarships

 SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

ATHLETIC NEWS

Track conditioning meeting after school in the Administration Corridor for those not currently in a winter sport. If you cannot make it, contact Coach Luther at jluther@alumni.nd.edu.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

Wednesday, January 15, B Day
Today
:
Senior Class Mass 2A
Junior Class Mass 4A
Tomorrow:
Morning Mass, 7:30 a.m., Chapel
Track conditioning meeting, after school, Administration Corridor
Wrestling vs. Corydon/New Washington, 5:30 p.m., PHS

Saint of the Day: Saint Paul the Hermit first experienced life in the dessert at about age 15 during the persecution of Decius. The life must have agreed with him because he is reported to have lived about 112 years. Little else is known about him, but there are legends. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 3rd lunch today.

Lunch: Spaghetti & Meatballs, Broccoli, Green Beans, Carrots, Breadsticks
Snack Line: Chicken Nuggets

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

NEWS

Congratulations to all of our students who earned all As and Bs on the Second Quarter Honor Roll! As a reward for your hard work, all Second Quarter Honor Roll recipients will have a Spirit Wear Day on Friday, and you will get free cookies in the cafeteria too. Again, Congrats!

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Join us for Mass tomorrow morning in the Chapel at 7:30! Start your day with Jesus!

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Students are invited to page at the Statehouse.  Students looking to learn about our state government are invited to participate in the House Page Program during the 2020 legislative session, which kicked off this week and concludes mid-March. Hoosiers between the ages of 13 and 18 who serve as a pages get a unique look at the legislative process. While spending a day at the Statehouse in Indianapolis, students will help local lawmakers and tour government offices. Participants receive an excused absence from school and groups can participate together. For more information and to apply, click here or call 800-382-9841. Spots fill up fast, so apply soon!

Seniors, act fast to take advantage of these scholarship opportunities:

Seniors, start planning for these upcoming scholarships:

  • Harrison County Scholarships: https://www.harrisonremc.com/scholarships  Due March 30.
  • Brand new scholarship this year! It’s through the REMC but can be used towards any Indiana college. Scholarship is for $2,500 and application is available in the counseling office and has been emailed to seniors. Due by March 31. This is a separate scholarship than the REMC scholarships to Ivy Tech, IUS and Purdue. See Mrs. Losey with any questions.
  • Scholarship Due March 1: The Clark County Recycling District is awarding three $500 scholarships to seniors residing in Clark County. The senior must reside in Clark County, plan to major in environmental studies, environmental engineering program, or a college degree focused on environmental studies; and an environmental participant or volunteer in their community. GPA 2.5 or better. Seniors have been emailed the application, and it’s also available in the Counseling Office.

Scholarships

 SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

ATHLETIC NEWS

Swim & Dive: Your aqua-dudes and aqua-dudesses scrambled north to take on Jennings County and Greensburg in a double dual meet of swimming and dive.  WHEW! Senior Night….spoiled!!!! Whoop!!!!

The guys were nip and tuck against Jennings County, the host school, all night and pulled out a 55-48 victory! And against Greensburg, a little more breathing room, 55-39! The ladies raced and dove strong but came up a little short against both schools.

The absolute highlight comes yet again from the water-bashing sophomore, Zach Applewhite. Scrambling his events, he absolutely crushed all competitors in the IM and backstroke. But the sizzle and burn occurred in while anchoring the 200 free relay. We had an awesome lead leg by Kieran Kelly, followed by a monster second leg of Ethan Kerr, and a superb third leg by Zach Aurilio, which left us in a dead heat coming off the blocks. You could see the flip turn at the far end, two guys barreling home, one from Jennings and Zach. Water, arms flailing as they splashed home. Under the flags, I’m holding my breath. Timing is going to be everything. Who has it right? Who has the lean? Sizzle, burn! Zach and company by .04 seconds! Well done, guys!!! That was the difference! Right there!

  • In the 50 free, Kieran Kelly set a personal best 26.03 and out-touched the Jennings County swimmer by .26 seconds. Finishes are everything! Nicely done.
  • Is Jake Miller still sandbagging? Another meet, another drop. 200 free by 2 more seconds. 
  • Lauren Stapp got into the mix for the ladies with an excellent 50 free, out-touching the Jennings County swimmer by .49 seconds, and again the 100 back, but the time got all messed up.
  • Sarah Boehm also continued her downward time trend by knocking off 2 seconds in her 100 free! ..
  • In the 500 free, Ben Tackett dropped 2.5 seconds. Always needed. A big high-five goes to Zach Aurilio who carved off 3 seconds in the 500 free. He swims this event every meet, so to see another drop is pretty well awesome!
  • Logan Applewhite really helped on the oh-so-close finishes by dropping time in his 100 fly by 1.5 seconds (totally needed). But where he really needed it was in the 100 back, in which he sawed off and dispensed 3 seconds off his personal best, which the Jennings County competitor was right on his heels, a half second back. Had those points flipped the other way…yikes! Nicely done.
  • However, in dive we saw the biggest point PR’s: Kadie O’Bannon came in second overall with a score of 131.85 beating her best mark of 101.80. Cassandra Fetz took her 109.80 and moved it to 131.60, and Catherine Pfeiffer moved up from 86.15 to 115.30! Nicely done, ladies!!!
  • Our relay teams of Sydney LaMaster, Audrey Howell, Lauren Stapp and Sarah Boehm swam a nice medley relay, as did the team of Logan Applewhite, Ethan Kerr, Ben Tackett and Zach Aurilio.
  • Our ladies 200 free team of Sydney LaMaster, Audrey Howell, Sarah Boehm and Beth Wimsatt did a nice job too.
  • And in the 400 free, the ladies of Lauren Stapp, Sydney LaMaster, Beth Wimsatt and Sarah Boehm swam well.
  • We were able to double down and race all the guys in the 400 free, which secured the win. The two teams were brothers Zach and Logan to Ethan to Kieran and Zach Aurilio to Jake to Ben to Marcus Fuson.

So congratulate your Swim and Dive team today! Come join us next year where successes occur over and over and over… Next Up, Corydon Central on Thursday!!!

Attn. All: Boys Basketball player Zack Johnson is a finalist for WLKY Power Performance of the Week for his game-winning shot at the buzzer over Clarksville. Click here to vote by liking or including Zack’s name in the comments on this post:

https://www.facebook.com/wlkynews/photos/pcb.10162791448335111/10162791441185111/?type=3&theater

There will be a short meeting tomorrow for all those interested in Track conditioning. We will meet in the Administration Corridor after school.  Conditioning is for anyone not currently in a winter sport. If you cannot make it, contact Coach Luther at jluther@alumni.nd.edu.

SPORTS

Tuesday, January 14, A Day
Today
:
Sophomore Class Mass 2A
Freshman Class Mass 4A
Tomorrow:
Senior Class Mass 2A
Junior Class Mass 4A
Wrestling vs. Corydon/New Washington, 5:30 p.m., PHS

Saint of the Day: Saint Gregory Nazianzen paid a huge price for his faith. In conflict with the Emperor, Valens, who defended the Arians, Saint Gregory worked hard to defend the Catholic faith. Toward the end of his life, Saint Gregory gained some peace and quiet as he gardened and wrote religious poetry. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 2nd lunch today.

Lunch: Chili, Hot Dogs, Corn Bread, Carrots, Corn
Snack Line: Personal Pizza

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

NEWS

Congratulations to all of our students who earned all As and Bs on the Second Quarter Honor Roll! As a reward for your hard work, all Second Quarter Honor Roll recipients will have a Spirit Wear Day on Friday, and you will get free cookies in the cafeteria too. Again, Congrats!

The Second Quarter Honor Roll has been posted on the bulletin board outside the Principal’s Office and in the Cafeteria. Please check the list and notify Mrs. Gerber in the Main Office if there are any corrections. Congratulations to all students achieving this special recognition and keep up the good work! 

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Students are invited to page at the Statehouse – Students looking to learn about our state government are invited to participate in the House Page Program during the 2020 legislative session, which kicked off this week and concludes mid-March.

Hoosiers between the ages of 13 and 18 who serve as pages get a unique look at the legislative process. While spending a day at the Statehouse in Indianapolis, students will help local lawmakers and tour government offices. Participants receive an excused absence from school and groups can participate together. For more information and to apply, click here or call 800-382-9841. Spots fill up fast, so apply soon!

Seniors, act fast to take advantage of these scholarship opportunities:

Seniors, start planning for these upcoming scholarships:

  • Harrison County Scholarships: https://www.harrisonremc.com/scholarships  Due March 30
  • Brand new scholarship this year! It’s through the REMC but can be used towards any Indiana college. Scholarship is for $2,500 and application is available in the counseling office and has been emailed to seniors. Due by March 31. This is a separate scholarship than the REMC scholarships to Ivy Tech, IUS and Purdue. See Mrs. Losey with any questions.
  • Scholarship Due March 1: The Clark County Recycling District is awarding three $500 scholarships to seniors residing in Clark County. The senior must reside in Clark County, plan to major in environmental studies, environmental engineering program, or a college degree focused on environmental studies; and an environmental participant or volunteer in their community. GPA 2.5 or better. Seniors have been emailed the application, and it’s also available in the Counseling Office.

Scholarships

 SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

ATHLETIC NEWS

Attn. All: Boys Basketball player Zack Johnson is a finalist for WLKY Power Performance of the Week for his game-winning shot at the buzzer over Clarksville. Click here to vote by liking or including Zack’s name in the comments on this post:

https://www.facebook.com/wlkynews/photos/pcb.10162791448335111/10162791441185111/?type=3&theater

There will be a short meeting Thursday for all those interested in Track conditioning. We will meet in the Administration Corridor after school.  Conditioning is for anyone not currently in a winter sport. If you cannot make it, contact Coach Luther at jluther@alumni.nd.edu.

Boys Basketball update:

Clarksville Generals: The Pioneer JV team defeated the Generals 44-29 and were led by Casey Kaelin with 15 points.
The varsity team beat the Clarksville Generals 46-44 to win the City Championship! They were led in scoring by Sterling Huber and Zack Johnson with 13 points and Nick Sexton with 10 points. This game had an exciting finish! With 2.7 seconds remaining in the contest (score tied 44-44), Alec Fougerousse inbounded the ball with a full court football throw to junior Zach Johnson at the foul line. Johnson then took one dribble and put the ball in the hoop as time expired for the WIN!

Madison Shawe Hilltoppers: The Pioneer JV team defeated the Hilltoppers on the road 80-22 and were led by Grant Williams with 15 points and Brennan Finnegan with 12 points, while Casey Kaelin and Jaden Johnson chipped in 11 points. The JV team improved to 9-2 on the season.
Providence’s varsity team improved to 8-3 after defeating Madison Shawe 64-43. They were led in scoring by Sterling Huber with 22 points and Austin Grantz with 18 points.

WE NEED YOU as the Pioneers are back in action against the Rock Creek Lions on Friday in the Larkin Center and on the road against the Jeffersonville Red Devils on Saturday!

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

Monday
January 13, 2020
B Day
Today
:
JV Girls/Boys Basketball doubleheader vs. Clarksville 6:00/7:30, Larkin Center

Saint of the Day: Saint Hilary of Poitiers was converted to Christianity through his reading of the Sacred Scriptures. A married man, he was chosen as Bishop of Poitiers in France, where he arduously fought Arianism. As a result, he was sent into exile but returned home to Poitiers before he died. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 1st lunch today.

Lunch: Pork Tenderloin Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Baked Beans
Snack Line: Calzone

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

           NEWS

The Second Quarter Honor Roll has been posted on the bulletin board outside the Principal’s Office. Please check the list and notify Mrs. Gerber in the Main Office if there are any corrections. Congratulations to all students achieving this special recognition and keep up the good work! 

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Students are invited to page at the Statehouse

Students looking to learn about our state government are invited to participate in the House Page Program during the 2020 legislative session, which kicked off this week and concludes mid-March.

Hoosiers between the ages of 13 and 18 who serve as a pages get a unique look at the legislative process. While spending a day at the Statehouse in Indianapolis, students will help local lawmakers and tour government offices. Participants receive an excused absence from school and groups can participate together. For more information and to apply, click here or call 800-382-9841. Spots fill up fast, so apply soon!

Seniors, act fast to take advantage of these scholarship opportunities:

Seniors, start planning for these upcoming scholarships:

  • Harrison County Scholarships: https://www.harrisonremc.com/scholarships  Due March 30, 2020
  • Brand new scholarship this year! It’s through the REMC but can be used towards any Indiana college. Scholarship is for $2,500 and application is available in the counseling office and has been emailed to seniors. Due by March 31, 2020. This is a separate scholarship than the REMC scholarships to Ivy Tech, IUS and Purdue. See Mrs. Losey with any questions.
  • Scholarship Due March 1, 2020: The Clark County Recycling District is awarding three $500 scholarships to seniors residing in Clark County. The senior must reside in Clark County, plan to major in environmental studies, environmental engineering program, or a college degree focused on environmental studies; and an environmental participant or volunteer in their community. GPA 2.5 or better. Seniors have been emailed the application, and it’s also available in the Counseling Office.

Scholarships

SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 11, 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

ATHLETIC NEWS

There will be a short meeting Thursday for all those interested in Track conditioning. We will meet in the Administration Corridor after school.  Conditioning is for anyone not currently in a winter sport. If you cannot make it, contact Coach Luther at jluther@alumni.nd.edu.

Your super dynamic Swimmers turned in some awesome performances at the Jeff Invitational this Saturday.  Here are some highlights and EVERY swimmer gets an accolade.

  • Meet MVP (if there could be one) Marcus “Ironman” Fuson. The IM, the 100 fly, 200 free relay, 400 free relay. Seriously, wow! And he smiled getting out of the water.  Close second, Ben Tackett — He’s the yardage guy for the meet, with the 500 free tossed in with the IM!!! And the fly on the IM relay and a free relay! 
  • Meet MVP 2.2–Zach Applewhite. Zip POWWWW!!!  Unleashed a cannon of a 50 free in the 200 free relay. He needs to go to confession! Zach STOLE a spot from Evansville North with that searing final leg of 25.59 to slice Evansville North by .17 seconds. Oh, so wrong!  They were so distraught. Saddened. Oh well. So right!!!!
  • Queen of larceny!!!! That’d be Julia Thomas. There’s a jail sentence out there for what you did. I mean seriously. You took the candy out of the baby’s mouth, took that lollipop, gave it two or three licks, then crunched down on the candy, then smiled and handed back the limp white stick, flung your hair and walked away.  1:28.50 for 9th, 1:28.53 was 10th, and 1:29.21 was 11th. Whew!!!! Those two swimmers were so saddened. Oh well… We’ll get back to that 11th.
  • No one had finer finishes than Sarah Boehm They are precision time slicers for finishes. Finger touch lows. She set a personal best anchoring our 200 free relay with a burner lap and finish!
  • “I got jets too!” That would be Alex Rouselle. Poor Silver Creek. Oh well….  Their fourth guy had “the look” like I’m gonna smoke that Prov guy. Alex turned on the turbo at the end and flew that last 25. Clean finish too. Very clean by .37 ahead of Silver Creek. He also needs to go to confession because he stole a spot in fraction of time in the backstroke.
  • Miss “Catch me if you can” That would be Sydney LaMaster! Won her heat!!! Nicely done! And Ms. Reliable, who is doing a fine, fine job leading off the medley relay!!!
  • “I’m good coach!” Audrey Howell. Semi-back from the plague/flu/name that virus. Worked hard in the events she could swim in, which helped in the point haul.
  • “Want some of this?” Kieran Kelly! He passed 3 people in the last 25 of the 100 breast and had an emphatic finish. Also, loved his crank it up in the 200 free relay. No breath from 7 feet from outside of the flags. That’s a burner!!! Nicely done!
  • “Hey, I got jets too!” That would be Ben Tackett. Swimming his first 500 Free, I made a motion to pick it up, right then, the North Harrison coach saw my signal. She was like, “Oh no!” Too late. Go to confession, Ben. Ben put close to 2.5 seconds on him on that last 25, stealing points from North Harrison
  • “I can make it!” That would be Beth Wimsatt. How many times have you had something going on and you had a game. And you skip the game. Not Beth! We front loaded her events, and she helped us secure some nice points.
  • “I can make it Version 2.0.” Let’s thank Logan Applewhite and Zach Applewhite too. They competed in the morning with the Quick Recall team then came to the meet.  Back-loaded their events.
  • Logan Applewhite. Scored personal bests in the 100 free and 100 back.  Whoop!!!!!! 
  • Ethan “Turbo” Kerr: This young man puts the “tilt” in the 50 free. I think he puts out so much power and energy in this race and dropped time yet again!!!! So fun to watch!
  • Turbo feet 2.0: Sydney LaMaster! Goodness, give me some water skis because I can ride behind that wake!!! That is pure energy!
  • Zach “Mr. Reliable” Aurilio: This young man secures so many points for us by rolling through major yardage in meets. Call him “Yardage King 2.0” right there with Ben! 
  • Then there is Jake “Drop Time” Miller. Every meet. I have never seen this before. 8 years of coaching. I’ve never seen this. Okay, is he sandbagging? What’s going on?!?! Is he really a professional swimmer in disguise, and we just haven’t ID’d him yet?
  • Lastly with ice in the veins and a sure date to the confessional is Lauren Stapp. Her finish in the 100 free was absolutely sensational as she stole a spot by .05 seconds. Whoosh!!!!

Those who owe an apology this week as we have a meet with Corydon on Thursday:

Kieran to two Corydon swimmers. Yeah, he stole their candy in the 100 breaststroke. Lauren, MAJOR apology!!!! By .05 over a Corydon swimmer in the 100 free. If Julia did “that” to the lollipop, which by, the way, Julia, needs to apologize to the same Corydon swimmer too as she nipped her by .71 in the breast. The Corydon swimmer and coach has to hate us!!! Where was I? Oh yeah, Lauren. If Julia “did all that” then what Lauren did to her was worse…far worse. Lauren not only did what Julia did with the lollipop, but she found another lollipop and ate that one in front of the baby too! Really!?!?! Had to throw salt in the wounds too??? As an aside, I, um…, coached the Corydon swimmer some when she was in the 6th grade. Uh oh!!! How is that going to go over on Thursday?!?! 

All joking aside, the swimmers and divers on this team try exceptionally hard and know how to crush the dreams of their competitors. Please congratulate your phenomenal swimmers today.  They really had a great performance on Saturday. 

Join the swim and dive team next year, where success comes often, and we cheer loudly about your accomplishments. 

There were other close nips too, so hats off to all the great starts, churns, turns and finishes!!!

We are back at it on Tuesday with a double dual against Jennings County and Greensburg. Jennings County participated in the Jeff Invitational, and the guys beat them for the first time in many years. This is their senior night…anyone up for being a spoiler???? 

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

Friday, January 10, 2020
Tomorrow
:
Wrestling 6-Way, 7:00 a.m., Larkin Center
Quick Recall League Tournament, 8 a.m., Trinity HS
Girls Basketball vs. Southwestern, 6:00/7:30 p.m., Larkin Center

Saint of the Day: Saint Gregory of Nyssa, the brother of Saint Basil and the son of Saints Basil and Emmilia, was a married man when he began studying for the priesthood. He became Bishop of Nyssa and fought Arianism and was a prominent figure at the Council of Constantinople. He became a great writer and defender of orthodoxy. Read more: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/source/saint-of-the-day/

The library will be closed 3rd lunch today.

Lunch: Potato Soup, Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Broccoli, Peas, Carrots
Snack Line: Chicken Nuggets

Veggie burger option: Morning Star Garden Veggie Burger, Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger, and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

 NEWS

All members of the JV and varsity Quick Recall team need to meet at Trinity High School at 8 a.m. tomorrow morning. If you did not attend the team meeting yesterday and are planning to come to the league tournament on Saturday, please see Mrs. Welch or Miss Aebersold for tournament information today.

Special Thanks! During the month of January, we would like to recognize and thank our adult House Directors who plan, organize, and lead their House meetings and activities. They are featured on the bulletin board by the cafeteria. If you get a chance, let them know how much you appreciate their work!

Floyd Central invites junior and senior girls to its Prom Dress Resale event this weekend. The sale is 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, and 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Sunday.See the attached flyer for information on consigning dresses for sale too.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Scholarship Due 3/1/2020: The Clark County Recycling District is awarding three $500 scholarships to seniors residing in Clark County. The senior must reside in Clark County, plan to major in environmental studies, environmental engineering program, or a college degree focused on environmental studies; and an environmental participant or volunteer in their community. GPA 2.5 or better. Seniors have been emailed the application, and it’s also available in the Counseling Office.

Juniors and Seniors: Review the updated Counseling Newsletter for important updates, links for scholarships, and a current listing of college and scholarship offers. https://www.smore.com/3wa7m

Scholarships

 SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Jan. 11, 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8, 9 – Help in the concession stand during youth basketball games at St. Mary of the Knobs. 2 hour shifts available all day from 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/SMKYBL2020

Check x2VOL.com for the most up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities!

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

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