THE PATRIOT POST
Newsletter for PHES Students and Families
It's Exhibition Time! We Need YOU!
Hello all you wonderful people! Here in 5th grade we are gearing up for the wonderful Exhibition Time! We are so excited for it, but we are definitely in need of your help! Here is a little breakdown as to what is happening and where we could use your help!
The fifth graders are getting the opportunity to choose an issue that they are interested in, that they can then learn about, take action on, and create an engaging presentation on. They will be in groups of 1-4 students, which makes for lots of groups, and just not enough teachers to go around and help as much as we need. This is where mentors come in.
If you are able to mentor, here is what it would entail. We would assign you a group, and then starting the week of March 7th, you would come and meet with your group once each week for around 30 minutes. You can come and meet with your group at a time convenient for you - it doesn't have to be during exhibition time. When meeting with your group, there is no prep for it. Your role is simply to help guide them. They should be doing all the work! So you might give them ideas of what questions they could ask, or where specifically they might want to look for information, or where they might find someone they could interview about the issue, or also just making sure that they are staying up on completing their necessary tasks. This would be for five weeks. Exhibition day is on Thursday, April 7th.
Thank you so much in advance, we can't tell you how much it means to us and to the students!
Parent Night with our School Psychologist!
Join us for a parent support night with Providence Hall's School Psychologist, Maura Yellen. She will be sharing tips and strategies for effective communication with kids and teens. We look forward to seeing you on Zoom on March 1st at 6pm.
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 apply 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.
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Upcoming Events 🗓
March 3 - PHHS STEM Day
March 4 - Focus Friday
March 7-11 - National School Breakfast Week
March 8 - Spring Picture Day (Prepaid students only)
March 9 - Interventionist Appreciation Day
March 11 - Fantabulous Friday (Assembly, Dress Down Day)
March 31 (CORRECTION) - PHES STEM Night 5:30-7:00pm
March 21 - NO SCHOOL (Teacher Development Day)
April 18-22 - SPRING BREAK 🌴
(be sure to stay current on all PHES events by using our Google Calendar)
Hey, PH Parents!
As students continue learning about problem solving, there are four steps that we will discuss. Feel free to review these with them!
S: Say the Problem
T: Think of Solutions
E: Explore Consequences
P: Pick the Best Solution
Here is what each grade level will be focusing on this week:
K: Handling Waiting
1: Solving Problems (Part 2)
2: Taking Responsibility
3: Solving Problems (Part 2)
4: Making a Plan
5: Making a Plan
Miss Kristen Leininger
Grades 1, 3, and 5
Mrs. Amanda Jenson
Grades K, 2, 4, and Special Success
What's for Lunch?
Our Intervention Teachers
Note from Mrs. Phelps