THE PATRIOT POST

Newsletter for PHES Students and Families

February 5, 2022
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Patriots at Play

Students and teachers enjoyed an unstructured day of play on Thursday. It was fun to see them create and interact freely and I think we were all reminded how important free play is in healthy development of children.

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Our PHES Choir practicing on the morning of Play Day. They sound amazing already!
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Click HERE to volunteer for the Book Fair

Enrollment Updates!

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Help Others do Well

Providence Hall is partnering with Africompassion, USA to help raise money to drill a well for the people of Kogaja, Tanzania.
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You can contribute via this Go Fund Me page.


Thank you for changing the lives of a the people of Kogaja, forever.

Upcoming Events 🗓


February 11 - Fantabulous Friday Assembly


February 14-17 - Parent Teacher Conferences / Book Fair


February 18 - No school (Teacher Comp Day)


February 21 - No School (President's Day)


April 18-22 - SPRING BREAK 🌴


(be sure to stay current on all PHES events by using our Google Calendar)

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Counselor Corner

Hello, PH Parents!


We have been learning so many great things in Social Skills! As students begin to learn 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: Managing Frustration

1: Managing Worry

2: Solving Problems

3: Managing Hurt Feelings

4: Solving Problems

5: Solving Problems


Contact information:


Miss Kristen Leininger

kleininger@providencehall.com

Grades 1, 3, and 5


Mrs. Amanda Jenson

ajenson@providencehall.com

Grades K, 2, 4, and Special Success

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What's for Lunch?

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Link to PHES Amazon Wishlist
If you haven't been reading the PTO newsletter, what have you been waiting for?
The Providence Hall Website now has a page with direct links past newsletters for the year.