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All-School Picnic on April 22

This year’s Spring Family Festival will be held on Saturday, April 22, from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.  We will have a bounce house, a zip line, field games, a cake walk and face painting. This year, we have added Ruthie’s Food Truck for those who wish to purchase a meal.  

Patriot Day: April 19

On Wednesday, April 19, Providence will be flooded with visitors from America’s past and present. Students will see Rosie the Riveter, hear Bing Crosby and the Andrew Sisters sing, and even learn to jitterbug. All this to reinforce the American history they have studied all year in Class Four.    

Texas Day: April 13

On Thursday, April 13, Class Three students will put on their boots and jeans and hit the trail for Heritage Farmstead Museum in Plano. There they will spend the day reliving Texas history.

Colonists Settle the Great Hall - Providence Christian School - Dallas TX

Colonists Settle the Great Hall on April 12

On Wednesday, April 12, students in Class One will don period costumes and travel back in time to colonial days.  They will spend the day learning from hands-on demonstrations about how the colonists lived. The day’s plans include a presentation by George and Martha Washington and a demonstration of the minuet. What fun!

Daughters show off their roses from a prior year dance.

Class Seven Father/Daughter Dance April 10

Class Seven fathers and their daughters will don their Sunday best attire and dancing shoes for a dinner dance at the Dallas Country Club on Sunday, April 9, beginning at 6:30 p.m. This special event will feature Mr. and Mrs. Netherland leading the evening’s dance portion of the program.

Class Eight Travels To Washington D.C. April 1-7

We have an exciting itinerary coming together for this year’s Washington, D.C. trip! The week includes a day trip to Gettysburg, a visit to Arlington National Cemetery, and a program at Ford’s Theatre. We will also stop at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello on our way to Williamsburg, Virginia.