It is North Texas Giving Day. Please consider helping Providence by making a donation today. All Proceeds go to the Annual Fund. Each gift is important; no gift is insignificant. If you would like to give, click on the title of this post to open it and then click here before midnight.
Click here to view a list of frequently asked questions. Please refer to this page to address some frequently asked questions. Any updates to our policies and precautions can be found in the Reopening Plan document. As we make additions and changes to these documents, we will alert you to them through the Monday Memo.
We are happy to announce that school for Classes One-Eight will begin on Monday, August 24. Our Early Learners will begin classes on Tuesday, September 8.
Here are some fun summer ideas: create an obstacle course; go for a bike ride or nature walk; bake treats for family, friends, and neighbors; play a board game such as Scrabble or Clue; read a great book together such as The House at Pooh Corner, Heidi, or Sherlock Holmes.
The Core Values of Providence are the bedrock principles that distinguish Providence as an institution and against which all new ideas and practices are tested. These Core Values are faith, family, intellect, virtue, and stewardship.
To help combat COVID-19, we have gone to distance learning for the remainder of the school year. If you need to reach us, call us at 214-355-0739.
Alumni, alumni parents, and alumni faculty are invited to join us from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, April 3, for a Providence alumni block party to celebrate thirty years of faith, families, and friendship. Come as you are. Little ones are welcome.
On Wednesday, April 1, Egyptians, mummies, and the Tower of Babel will all come to Providence as students, in period costumes, get to re-live this period of history. Students will make ziggurats out of sugar cubes, play Egyptian bingo, fashion mosaics, and participate in Chariot races.
Please join us as we welcome Lindsy Magee, PhD; Page Price, M.S., LPC; and Cristina Sevadjian, PhD from Sparrow House as they present “Raising Resilient Children in an Anxious World” at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 26, in the Great Hall.
The program will feature every Middle School student at Providence singing in at least four different pieces of music in multiple combinations and groups. This program promises to be a true highlight of the 2019-2020 school year.