Providence Hall High School

Week of November 29, 2021

Announcements, Events, Reminders & Important Dates


  • 11/29-12/3 Spirit Week

  • 12/3 Winter Waltz Assembly *Adjusted Bell Schedule*

  • 12/4 Winter Waltz

  • 12/6-12/9 Kindness Week

  • 12/10 Focus Friday

  • 12/15-12-17 FINALS * Adjusted Bell Schedule*

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This week in Biology the students were building water towers. They had to choose and 'buy' supplies from the store and stay within budget. The goal was to build a tower 23 centimeters tall that could hold 300 mL of water.

The AP Human Geography and TOK classes went on a field trip last week and visited three religious buildings to learn about their various world religions and their roles in out local and global community

The TAP 1 students did a read aloud with the Kindergartners at PHES!


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Boys Basketball

12/1 Away Game @ Granger HS - Soph 3:30, JV 5:30, Varsity 7:00

12/3 HOME GAME vs Wendover HS - Soph 3:45 (JH Gym), JV 5:15, Varsity 7:00

Girls Basketball

11/30 Away Game @ Altamont HS - Soph 4:00, JV 5:30, Varsity 7:00

12/3 HOME GAME vs Wendover HS - JV 3:30, Varsity 5:30


12/3 Layton Invitational

12/4 Layton Invitational

College Signing

We were honored to have two Patriot athletes sign with colleges on Friday, November 19th!

Rhett Wolfley signed to play baseball with Dakota College of Battoneau & Zoe Huntley signed with Treasure Valley in Oregon to play softball.

Congrats Patriots, and thank you for your contribution to PHHS athletics!

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1. Drill Team:

Tuesdays 3:00 - 4:00 pm. Meet at library then march in parking lot.

Fridays 6:00 -7:00 am. Junior high school gym.

2. Color Guard:

Tuesdays 4:00 - 5:00 pm. Meet at JROTC shed.

3. Air Rifle:

Fridays 2:00 - 3:30 pm. Meet at Room 236 then shoot in the cafeteria

Saturdays 8:00 - 9:30 am. Meet at Room 236 then shoot in the cafeteria.


Nate Butikofer

November Edition of "THE HALL" From the Newspaper Club

Library Resources

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Opportunity Scholarship (formerly known as the Regents' Scholarship or New Century scholarship)

The Opportunity Scholarship is a state-wide, achievement-based scholarship for Utah seniors. The requirements for the scholarship changed this year so there are two different ways students can qualify. The application opens November 15th.

More information:

Priority deadline: December 3 (final deadline: February 1)

Hercules Credit Union 2021 Scholarship Contest

This scholarship contest is designed to acknowledge exceptional students in our community. The mission statement at Hercules First Federal Credit Union is to help our members achieve their financial goals while “Growing Stronger Together”. Hercules recognizes these young individuals are the key to our future as a credit union and a community. We believe in the potential of these students.

More info:

Due: December 31, 2021

2022 Coolidge Scholarship-- open to JUNIORS only!

The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States. Academic excellence is the primary criterion considered by the Coolidge Scholarship. Secondary criteria include an interest in public policy and an appreciation of the values President Coolidge championed. Successful candidates will also demonstrate humility and have a record of genuine service to their communities.

More information:

Deadline: January 19, 2022

Provo Elks Lodge Student Scholarship Program

The Provo Elks Lodge along with the Utah Elks Association also has their own scholarship for seniors planning on a technical or vocational education, or students with special medical or financial needs.

More information: contact Ms. Thompson

Deadline: February 5, 2022

ACF Visionary Scholarship

This scholarship is open to ALL high school grade levels (9-12). These awards are merit-based and students can win awards of $1,000-$5,000. Students will need to fill out the ACF application, submit their high school transcript, and write a 500-word essay on “Why College is Important to Me”.

More information:

Due: May 1, 2022

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

The Western Undergraduate Exchange allows students to attend out-of-state schools in western states at just 1.5x the cost of resident tuition instead of the much higher non-resident tuition. For example, if you wanted to attend Colorado State University, you could pay the WUE tuition of $18,369 per year instead of the out-of-state tuition of $28,147! Or how about paying $5,895 per year instead of $10,350 to attend the University of Hawaii Maui College? Click here for more information about the WUE program and here to browse the participating schools. Even if you're not a senior right now, this is a great time to look into the participating schools-- maybe you have more options than you think!

Scholarship tip: Banks and credit unions sometimes offer scholarships!

Some banks and credit unions offer scholarships to their members or clients! Search the name of your bank or credit union + "scholarship" to see what is available. Here are two examples from Cyprus Credit Union and Mountain America Credit Union, plus this scholarship from Wells Fargo specifically for students with disabilities.

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For more information, ideas, and resources, visit Providence Hall's Supporting Student Wellness Website.


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Focus Friday Breakfast & Lunch Information

Patriot Families, the Nutrition Department would like to share with you that you will have the option to order a breakfast and lunch for your students to have for Focus Fridays. We will have the order form available as a link on the Patriot Hall website under the Nutrition tab. You will have access to order your student(s)meals up until the Monday BEFORE Focus Fridays. On this form it will ask you for your students school, student number, and what the option will be. The breakfast and lunch meals will be a, set, full complete reimbursable meal under the NSLP guidelines. This menu will be available for viewing on our online menu forum, Meal Viewer,

  • District Web Link
  • Digital Suite iOS App Download Link

  • Digital Suite Android App Download Link

  • Your students will need to pick up their meals at the end of day on the Thursday BEFORE Focus Fridays. The schools will make an announcement as a reminder.

The next Focus Friday is December 10th!

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COVID-19 Information

Check out our website for up to date information regarding Covid-19