Providence Hall High School

January 22nd-25th

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GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

SCHOOL REPORT CARD

Our school continues to out perform our surrounding high schools! We have one of the highest ACT averages, one of the highest percent of students taking higher level classes (AP, IB, CE) and continue to show remarkable growth. Thanks to our amazing students, teachers, and the parents for their continued work to help the school grow and achieve!


One huge success for our school is we, for the 2nd year in a row, have had a 100% pass rate for our concurrent enrollment Math 1030 class! Even our Math 1050 had similar success rates. Our teachers are preparing our students extremely well and students are getting the college credit associated with these concurrent enrollment classes. This will prepare students significantly when they transition to college.


MASQERADE BALL

The Masquerade Ball, sponsored by the Drama Club, will be held Saturday, February 16th at the high school. Tickets are $10 prior or $15 at the door. Tickets can be purchased during lunch in the student store.


OPEN ENROLLMENT AND REGISTRATION FOR 2019-2020

We have now opened enrollment for 2019-2020. Current students don't need to re-enroll, however, if you have friends or families interested in attending Providence Hall next year, please have them go to the website www.providencehall.com and click on the enrollment page.


If your student has not turned their intent to re-enroll for back to the school. Please have them turn it into their advisory teacher.


OPEN HOUSE

The high school will be holding an open house for new students and families on Tuesday, February 5th at 7:00pm. Invite any friends or families who may be interested in attending Providence Hall high school next year.


STEM DAY

Thank you to all who participated in the STEM day! We had a lot of participants and some exciting experiments an activities to engage in. A huge thank you to our science department and ARUP club for putting this on.

Accessing Quarter Grades

Your student's 2nd quarter report card is now available via Skyward. This report card includes your student's quarter GPA and their cumulative GPA (9th grade-present).


Login to Skyward

Select your student's portfolio

Select 18-19 2nd quarter

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Collin Kartchner Comes to Providence Hall

The WAY Kind club is proud to announce that Collin Kartchner will be speaking at Providence Hall High School and Junior High on Monday, February 4th. His remarks will kick-off our Sunshine Week, February 11-15th, which will be focused on self-care. Please see the flyer below for specific details.


Chairs will be set-up on the east side of the gym for guests who would like to attend this assembly. Please refrain from sitting in the bleachers which are dedicated to our students and staff.


All guests must check-in and remain in the front office until 7:45 am. We also ask that guests do NOT bring any child younger than 14 (this includes toddlers and/or babies).


The Providence Hall admin team would like to thank you in advance for following these procedures, and for helping us create and maintain a focused and safe environment to learn and grow.

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The Junior Class Annual Spaghetti Dinner

The Junior Class committee is hosting the 4th Annual Spaghetti Dinner on January 19th, prior to Advanced Academics night. All proceeds will go towards this year's PROM.


They are looking for donations for the silent auction. If you have items that you are willing to donate please contact aprice@providencehall.com, tanner.christensen@phallstudents.com or sign up via their Goggle Doc, https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vot0RY1JXLv_0gRZ0W67RETZ4KIOs3PBB4tziPANBOQ/edit#gid=0.

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COUNSELORS CORNER

10th GRADE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

"The First Degree" is a full-ride scholarship opportunity for 10th grade students. Students have to meet each of the three eligibility requirements: 1) live in Salt Lake county, 2) their parents or step-parents have NOT graduated with a bachelor's degree from any college or university in the US, and 3) the student applies by January 31st.


One winner will be selected and will receive a full-ride scholarship to a Utah university after successfully completing a mentoring program. Please visit the website for more information.


https://firstdegreescholarship.org/


TUITION WAIVER FOR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

Salt Lake Community College is offering a $1000 (over 2 semesters) to seniors who will be continuing their education with them. Eligible students need to meet ALL of the following requirements: 1) must have taken two CE classes, 2) earned a 3.0 in all their CE courses, 3) fill out the appropriate paper work by March 1st, and 4) meet with a SLCC academic counselor. For more information please contact your high school counselor.


10TH AND 11TH GRADE CCRPs

Counselors will be doing their 10th and 11th grade College and Career Readiness meetings during the month of February. They will be meeting with these students and their parents to go over their high school 4 year plan and college/career readiness plans.

SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES

WINTER SPORTS

Boys team had a critical win on the road at Union helping them remain in 1st place in region. Girls fell to Union on Friday. Our next home game is the girls on Jan 25th. Below are the upcoming games:


GIRLS BASKETBALL (Sophomore 3:30pm, JV 5:30, Varsity 7:00)

November 20th @ Gunnison Lost 36-48

November 27th @ Tintic (JV 4:30; Varsity 6:00pm) Won 41-36

November 29th @ Rowland Hall (JV 5:30; Varsity 7:00) Lost 30-31

November 30th and Dec 1st @ Morgan Winter Classic Lost Skyview and Morgan

December 4th vs Merit Academy (Endowment game varsity only 7:00pm) Won 78-20

December 7th vs Rich Lost 29-32

December 11th vs Altamont Won 40-35

December 13th @ Carbon Lost 27-69

December 18th vs Union Lost 34-59

December 20th @ Grantsville Lost 31-61

January 3rd vs ALA Won 41-31

January 8th vs Delta Lost 34-40

January 10th vs Juab Lost 20-45

January 15th @ Maeser Won 50-28

January 17th @ Union Lost 28-53

January 24th vs Carbon

January 29th @ ALA

January 31st @ Juab

February 5th @ Delta

February 7th vs Maeser (senior night)

February 15-16th First Round State


BOYS BASKETBALL (Fresh/Soph 3:30pm, JV 5:30, Varsity 7:00)

November 21st vs Summit Academy . Won 49-47

November 28th vs Millard Won 54-38

November 30th-Dec 1st Eagle Classic Won Rich and Lost Grand

December 5th vs North Summit (white out) Won 82-63

December 7th @ South Summit Lost 51-53

December 11th @ Rockwell Won 61-52

December 14th vs Carbon Won 62-51

December 19th vs Union Won 79-45

December 21st @ Judge Memorial Lost 66-70

December 29th vs Altamont (Endowment game varsity @ 2:00pm) Won 67-46

January 4th vs ALA Won 53-39

January 9th vs Delta Won 66-51

January 11th @ Juab Won 43-28

January 16th vs Maeser Won 59-37

January 18th @ Union Won 56-48

January 25th @ Carbon

January 30th @ ALA

February 1st vs Juab (Senior night)

February 6th @ Delta

February 8th @ Maeser

February 15-16th 1st Round State


JROTC PROGRAM

Color Guard Performances

  • Home Boys Varsity Basketball games
  • Home Girls Varsity Basketball games


Drill Team

  • Sat, Feb 2, 2019 @ Northridge High School, Layton, UT


(Northridge High School Invitational Meet)

  • Sat, Mar 16, 2019 @ West High School, Salt Lake City, UT (Utah State JROTC Drill Championships
  • Sat, Apr 13, 2019 @ Curtis High School, University Place, WA(Northwest Area 13 Drill Championships



Air Rifle Marksmanship Team

  • Sat, Jan 26, 2019 @ Utah Military Academy (Utah JROTC Regional Rifle Meet)
  • Thur-Sat, Feb 7-9, 2019 @ Arizona (Western Region Rifle Tournament)
  • Sat, Mar 2, 2019 @ Utah Military Academy or Independence High School (Provo, UT)


(Utah State JROTC Air Rifle Championships)

  • Thur-Sat, Mar 21-23 @ Alabama (National JROTC Air Rifle Championships)
  • Fri-Sat, Apr 5-6, 2019 @ Pensacola, FL (Navy National Drill, Colorguard, Championships)