Providence Hall Junior High

4/4/22-4/8/22

Providence Hall Manatees Unite

Providence Hall Junior High April Fools 2022
Good Evening Patriots,

I hope you have all had a great weekend, and are ready to come back as the Providence Hall Patriots after a short test drive as the Mighty Manatees. I have to say, I had high hopes that y'all would take the bait, and as usual Patriots, you did NOT disappoint. Thank you to all of the PHJH staff members, parents, and even siblings for being great sports and joining in the fun.


Dear Patriot Students... You have a little less than one year to start planning to take back the place as reigning April Fools champions. I suggest you start planning now if you want a chance.


Until then... All of us adults will bask in the prankster champion's glory. 😂😂😂


As Always Patriots...


You are LOVED!

Mrs. Summers

Mrs. Turley

Mr, Hawkins

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Join Us For Cultural Night At Providence Hall

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Please Complete The Form To Participate/HelpWith Cultural Night

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Click on the link below for all of the HUGE carnival details

Save The Dates For The Rest Of The Year

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A Word From profesora Jennings and the Heritage Class

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We are very excited for a new focus in the Heritage Spanish class. Since the class is to teach Spanish-speaking students, we want to help students improve their reading fluency just as they do in the English language arts class. So we're going to start by measuring reading fluency every two weeks. Students will work together with the teacher to choose a goal and work towards it.


If you have questions or concerns about this new program, please contact Natalie Jennings: njennings@providencehall.com

When Science Goes Dark

Last Wednesday 8th-Grade Science took a sensory field trip to Malawi. Malawi is located in southern Africa and is one of the poorest countries in the world. To symbolize this the windows were blacked out and the classroom was lit by candles and we read the book The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. Having electricity and clean water is something that several of us don't know what it is like to live without it.


My kids only got a glimpse of what it would be like to NOT have electricity and lights whenever we want it. Natural Resources are crucial for living in this world. I am sorry for my amateur photography skills. The pictures do not fully capture what it is like to be in a room lit by candles for an extended period of time at school. It is one of my favorite days because it allows us to take a step back and learn about how people around the world live and what they value in life. The story of William Kamkwamba always humbles me and allows me to remember what is truly important in life.

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Library Happenings This Week

The library has been full of Patriots trying to CRACK THE CODE. Each week students can challenge themselves with a new code to decipher. Come in and see how good your deciphering skills are!
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If you would like to attend our classes, please fill out this form. (You do NOT have to fill out to attend) it just helps us to plan.

Click on link below

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1OgaxHdHeGW7roYHOmJ8lQ9_lXXkWN3pzN5dJ97QucwU/viewform?edit_requested=true

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When Patriots See Something They Say Something

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The Code Phrase For The Week... "Welcome Pip, the Newest Patriot"

It is very important that our Patriots stay informed about the happenings of the school, so for those of you that have read this far, please email the code phrase to Mrs. Summers, from your student email account, for an opportunity to be put in a drawing for front of the lunch line pass, or a free dress down day!

Utah Parents Center Classes and Resources

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Did Your PH Enrollment Change For Next Year?


Told us your student wasn’t returning to attend PH for 22-23, but your plans have changed and now you want your student to return to PH instead?

Told us your student was returning to attend PH for 22-23, but your plans have changed and now your student will not be returning to PH?


If either of these applies to you anytime between now and the 22-23 school year starting, then you need to inform us of the change of enrollment plans by completing the proper form below.


Did your 22-23 enrollment plans change for a current PH student who will be in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th grade for the 22-23 school year? Click here to complete the Elementary Enrollment Intent Google Form to let us know of the change of plans.

· Did your 22-23 enrollment plans change for a current PH student who will be in 6th, 7th or 8th grade for the 22-23 school year? Click here to complete the Junior High Enrollment Intent Google Form to let us know of the change of plans.

· Did your 22-23 enrollment plans change for a current PH student who will be in 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade for the 22-23 school year? Click here to complete the High School Enrollment Intent Google Form to let us know of the change of plans.

Now Hiring At Providence Hall

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