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Announcements are posted each school day, typically by noon, and remain up for two weeks

Friday, January 14, A Day
MONDAY:
No classes
NEXT WEEK:
Virtual Learning

Saint of the Day: Saint Gregory Nazianzen paid a huge price for his faith. In conflict with the Emperor Valens, who defended the Arians, Saint Gregory worked hard to defend the Catholic faith. Toward the end of his life, Saint Gregory gained some peace and quiet as he gardened and wrote religious poetry.

Today’s Lunch: General Tso’s Chicken, Lo Mein Noodles, Broccoli, Carrots, Egg Roll
Snack Line: Garlic Cheese Bread

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library is closed 2nd Lunch today.

NEWS

Attn All: Next week’s classes will be virtual following our Virtual Learning schedule. Homecoming activities and hallway decorating have been postponed until the week of Jan. 25-28.

Attn All: The school website is being updated and the changes will go live this evening. The same content will be on the new site and the web address is the same. However, some items will be in different places. For example, documents for Athletics and registration have been posted on the homepage of the website. These can now be accessed by clicking on the Athletics button or on the Important Documents on the new homepage. If you can’t easily locate what you’re looking for, use the search tool found in the top right corner. 

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

ATHLETICS NEWS

The Girls Basketball games scheduled for tonight and tomorrow are canceled. The game against Henryville will now be played on Homecoming night in a girls/boys double header. Girls Basketball will play at 6:00 p.m. and Boys Basketball will play at 7:30.

Your speedy Swim Team was at it again last light in a 4-way Southern Indiana battle at Corydon where your Pioneers splashed and dashed their way to a great victory.  The final official scores are:

Ladies first:

  • Providence 233
  • Scottsburg 197
  • Corydon 193
  • Lanesville 76

Gentlemen next:

  • Providence 276
  • Scottsburg 53
  • Corydon 32
  • Lanesville 0

Combined:

  • Providence 509
  • Scottsburg 250
  • Corydon 225
  • Lanesville 76

Rescoring it on Swim format 1 increases the Providence total points from 509 to 605 and all other schools remain the same.  Ladies increase to 303 and the guys jump to 302.

It was a record day for many swimmers with the following swimmers achieving new personal bests:  Mary Braden in the 200 free, Sarah Boehm in the 50 free and 100 free in relay splits, Audrey Howell in the 50 free, Catherine Pfeiffer and Sophia Reisert in the 100 back, Julia Thomas in a 100 free split and the 100 breast, Zach Applewhite in the 50 free and the “500 fly”, Harrison Howell in the 100 free, Ethan Kerr in the 100 breast, and Ben Tackett in the 200 IM.

Nearly making a PR were Melissa Buchanan, Cassandra Fetz, Emme Harris, ME Kraft, Brooklynn Nolot and Will Harper and Matteo Zakel. We do not win if these fine swimmers do not turn in exceptionally consistent times. 

Trying new events and succeeding wildly were Tristan Mayrose in the 200 free, Brooklynn Schneider in the 500 free, Jake Miller in the 200 IM and Sarah Boehm in the 100 butterfly.

A big congrats to Zach Applewhite for taking the distance race, the 500 free, which freestyle means one can actually swim any stroke but must stay in that stroke, and swimming it in the butterfly stroke. Students, faculty and staff, I can tell you this, that’s a jaw-dropper to do it. I was standing over at the Scottsburg bench when Zach started and their eyes just bulged, same with their coach. Aghast, more like it.  “Yep, he started in fly so he must maintain fly the entire way.” And I hear, “There’s no way.” So, there we have it, the “Zapplewhite 500” is in the books!

Another commemorative night performance must be mentioned.  Sarah Boehm, who had never swam until her sophomore year, finished “The Complete Meet” last night, meaning she has now swam in every event available over her 3 years of swimming.  This is a huge accomplishment for anyone, especially someone new to swim in high school.  Coming into the season, she needed to swim the IM and the 100 fly to finish the feat.  Sarah swims a lot early AM before school so that gave us the chance to work one on one to get the butterfly down.  
 
In my 9 years of coaching, only Sarah, Zach, and Nick Katchur from a few years back have  pulled off this feat.  Matteo and Ben are closing in fast.
 
If you see any of your super sonic swimmers who not only laugh and smile the most of any team at a swim meet, but also regularly swim the fastest while having fun at it, tell them great job!
 
If you want to join a fun team that has great times with great times, come check us out next year, or better yet, come to New Albany High School next Thursday evening for our annual showdown with one of the most accomplished programs in the region and cheer on your Providence Pioneers! 

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

 

Thursday, January 13, B Day
TODAY
Track conditioning meeting, after school, Admin Corridor
TOMORROW
Scholarship Spirit Wear Day

Saint of the Day: Saint Hilary of Poitiers was converted to Christianity through his reading of the Sacred Scriptures. A married man, he was chosen as Bishop of Poitiers in France where he arduously fought Arianism. As a result, he was sent into exile, but returned home to Poitiers before he died.

Today’s Lunch: Little Caesars Pizza, Potato Wedges, Peas, Green Beans, Cherry Crisp
Snack Line: Pizza

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library is closed 2nd Lunch today.

NEWS

Students in need of extra help with school: Members of the National Honor Society will start tutoring again during BLUE sessions starting next week. Tutoring will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday during in the following classrooms:

  • 311 – Math
  • Physics Lab (across from 301) – Science
  • 217 – English and Theology
  • 218 – Social Studies and Theology
  • 218 – French on B Days
  • 219 – French on A Days
  • 214 – Spanish
  • 211 – Learning Lab

Tomorrow will be a Scholarship Spirit Wear Day. Students can wear PHS spirit wear and pay $1 upon entry into school. All money will go back to students in the form of scholarships to help defray costs of such things as mission trips, summer camps, retreats, and workshops.

Show your Blue Pride and School Spirit while supporting your fellow students!

Congratulations to the Winter Homecoming Court:

  • Freshmen: Madelyn Dotson, Abigail Julius , Drew Kelly, and Wyatt Small
  • Sophomores: Grace Denis, Paige Flispart , Nolan Finnegan, and Griffin Folz
  • Juniors: Taylor Bansbach, Isabelle Frey, Jackson Kaiser, and John Walthers
  • Senior Queen Candidates: Cassandra Fetz, Catherine Pfeiffer, Taylor Sanders, and Abby Shavers
  • Senior King Candidates: Zach Applewhite, Max Beatty, Tyrone Davis, and Grant Williams

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

ATHLETICS NEWS

The Girls Basketball games scheduled for tomorrow and Saturday are canceled.

Track conditioning meeting for anyone not in a winter sport will be today after school, in the Admin Corridor! Should last about 15-20 minutes.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

Wednesday, January 12, A Day
TODAY
French Club meeting, after school, Room 209
TOMORROW
Liturgy, 7:50, Chapel
Track conditioning meeting, after school, Admin Corridor

Saint of the Day: Born in France but adopting Canada as her home, Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys definitely won the hearts of the Canadians. She moved to Canada at the request of the governor of the French settlement. She later founded a school for girls in Montreal and founded the Sisters of Notre Dame.

Today’s Lunch: Pioneer Pasta, Broccoli, Carrots, Green Beans, Dinner Roll
Snack Line: Chicken Nuggets

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library is closed 2nd Lunch today.

NEWS

This Friday will be a Scholarship Spirit Wear Day. Students can wear PHS spirit wear and pay $1 upon entry into school. All money will go back to students in the form of scholarships to help defray costs of such things as mission trips, summer camps, retreats, and workshops.

Show your Blue Pride and School Spirit while supporting your fellow students!

Congratulations to the Winter Homecoming Court:

  • Freshmen: Madelyn Dotson, Abigail Julius , Drew Kelly, and Wyatt Small
  • Sophomores: Grace Denis, Paige Flispart , Nolan Finnegan, and Griffin Folz
  • Juniors: Taylor Bansbach, Isabelle Frey, Jackson Kaiser, and John Walthers
  • Senior Queen Candidates: Cassandra Fetz, Catherine Pfeiffer, Taylor Sanders, and Abby Shavers
  • Senior King Candidates: Zach Applewhite, Max Beatty, Tyrone Davis, and Grant Williams

There will be a French Club meeting today after school in Room 209. We will decorate berets and plan our Mardi Gras Party.

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Start the day with Jesus tomorrow and join us for morning liturgy in the Chapel at 7:50!

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

ATHLETICS NEWS

Track conditioning meeting for anyone not in a winter sport will be tomorrow after school, in the Admin Corridor! Should last about 15-20 minutes.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

 

 

Tuesday, January 11, B Day
TOMORROW
French Club meeting, after school, Room 209

Saint of the Day: Born in London, Blessed William Carter was a printer who got in trouble for printing Catholic material during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Eventually brought to trial, he was convicted and hanged, drawn, and quartered on January 11, 1584.

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Noodle Soup & Deli Sandwich Combo, Green Beans, Broccoli, Carrots
Snack Line: Fish Sandwich

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library is closed 3rd Lunch today.

NEWS

Congratulations to the Winter Homecoming Court:

  • Freshmen: Madelyn Dotson, Abigail Julius , Drew Kelly, and Wyatt Small
  • Sophomores: Grace Denis, Paige Flispart , Nolan Finnegan, and Griffin Folz
  • Juniors: Taylor Bansbach, Isabelle Frey, Jackson Kaiser, and John Walthers
  • Senior Queen Candidates: Cassandra Fetz, Catherine Pfeiffer, Taylor Sanders, and Abby Shavers
  • Senior King Candidates: Zach Applewhite, Max Beatty, Tyrone Davis, and Grant Williams

There will be a French Club meeting tomorrow after school in Room 209. We will decorate berets and plan our Mardi Gras Party.

 SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

ATHLETICS NEWS

Track conditioning meeting for anyone not in a winter sport will be Thursday after school in the Admin Corridor. Should last about 15-20 minutes.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

 

 

Monday, January 10, B Day

Saint of the Day: Saint Gregory of Nyssa, the brother of Saint Basil the Great and the son of Saints Basil and Emmilia, was a married man when he began studying for the priesthood (before celibacy was not a matter of law for priests). He became Bishop of Nyssa and fought Arianism and was a prominent figure at the Council of Constantinople. Saint Gregory of Nyssa is seen not simply as a pillar of orthodoxy but as one of the great contributors to the mystical tradition in Christian spirituality and to monasticism itself.

Today’s Lunch: Cheeseburgers, Tator Tots, Green Beans, Carrots, Baked Beans
Snack Line: Calzone

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library is closed 4th Lunch today.

NEWS

There will be a French Club meeting on Wednesday after school in Room 209. We will decorate berets and plan our Mardi Gras Party.

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

ATHLETICS NEWS

Track conditioning meeting for anyone not in a winter sport will be Thursday after school, in the Activities Center! Should last about 15-20 minutes.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

January 7, A Day
TODAY
Virtual Learning
TOMORROW
Wrestling Zaxby’s Pioneer Invite, 8:30 a.m., Larkin Center
Girls Basketball vs. Providence Cristo Rey, 7:00 p.m., Larkin Center
MONDAY
SEAC and UEAC meeting, 7:45 a.m., Admin Corridor

Saint of the Day: Saint Raymond of Peñafort was a lawyer who used his talents to both compile legislation for easy access and to write legal treatises on penance for the use of confessors. He was named the Archbishop of Tarragona, but resigned due to sickness within two years. He lived to be 100.

NEWS

SEAC and UEAC members: There will be a combined meeting of SEAC and UEAC on Monday morning, Jan. 10, at 7:45 in the Administrative Corridor. We need to discuss and plan for Homecoming Week—Jan. 18-21.
We may also talk about Catholic Schools Week—Jan. 31-Feb. 4.
It is important that there are members from each grade level present since some of the Homecoming /Catholic Schools Week Activities will involve class competitions.
As always, if there is a BLUE Session that you must attend, it always takes precedence over these meetings.  Just be sure to get someone to attend the meeting to replace you.
Please let Mr. Hutchins or Mrs. Gerber know if you are unable to attend.

 Students: Any student interested in participating in the 2022 Polar Plunge benefitting Indiana Special Olympics may pick up in the Main Office a brochure that explains the program and event. You can also learn more and register at http://soindiana.org/polar-plunge/.

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022 

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/ 

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/ 

ATHLETICS NEWS

The Swim Team did well at the Switzerland County Quad Meet on Wednesday. The boys came in second and the girls third. Scoring for the boys were:

  • Zach Applewhite, Jake Miller, Matteo Zakel, and Ben Tackett, first place in the 200 medley relay
  • Applewhite first in the 100 backstroke and second in the 200 freestyle 
  • Miller first in the 100 breaststroke and fifth in the 100 free
  • Zakel third in the 200 IM and second in the 100 butterfly
  • Ethan Kerr fifth in the 50 free and fourth in the 100 free
  • Alex LaMaster ninth in the 50 free and seventh in the 100 free
  • Tackett second in the 500 free and fifth in the 100 back
  • Will Harper sixth in the 200 free and seventh in the 100 back
  • Harrison Howell fifth in the 200 free and third in the 100 breaststroke
  • Tristan Mayrose seventh in the 50 free and fifth in the 100 breaststroke
  • Applewhite, Kerr, Zakel and Mayrose second in the 200 free relay; Harper, Miller, LaMaster, and Howell third
  • Kerr, Tackett, Harper and Mayrose second in the 400 free relay

Scoring for the girls:

  • Julia Thomas first in the 100 breaststroke
  • Catherine Pfeiffer, Audrey Howell, ME Kraft, and Cassandra Fetz third in the 200 medley relay
  • Brooklynn Schneider third in 200 free and fifth in 100 free
  • Brooklyn Nolot fourth in 200 free and seventh in 50 free
  • Sophia Reisert fifth in 200 free and ninth in 100 free
  • Sarah Boehm fourth in 200 IM
  • Mary Braden eighth in 50 free and fifth in 100 back
  • Fetz eighth in 100 free
  • Kraft fourth in 500 free and sixth in 100 breaststroke
  • Maycy Scroggins fifth in 500 free and sixth in 100 back
  • Pfeiffer sixth in 500 free and seventh in 100 back
  • Howell fifth in 100 breaststroke
  • Thomas, Howell, Emme Harris, and Boehm second in 200 free relay; Braden, Schneider, Reisert, and Fext third 
  • Harris, Schneider, Braden, and Kraft third in 400 free relay; Fetz, Reisert, Nolot, and Boehm fourth

Congratulations to the following athletes who received honors for their performance during their season:

  • Junior Grace Purichia, who is one of three finalists for the News & Tribune Volleyball Player of the Year.  
  • Grace also was named to the News & Tribune All-Area First Team. Other Volleyball players named to the All-Area Team include sophomore Makenzie Wagner, Second Team; sophomore Lilly Tappel, Third Team; and Honorable Mention: sophomores Camila Adams, Lilly Kaiser, and Nicole Stratford, and junior Taylor Bansbach
  • Sophomore Eli Theobald was voted Louisville Catholic Wrestler of the Week for his performance last week. He placed sixth out of 32 wrestlers at 113 in the Connersville Spartan Classic.
  • Junior Ben Kelly was named to the News & Tribune Boys Cross Country All-Area First Team, and receiving honorable mention were seniors Will Harper and Garrett Huber, and freshman Drew Kelly.
  • Junior Maci Hoskins was named to the News & Tribune Girls Cross Country All-Area First Team, and senior Sarah Boehm received honorable mention.
  • Senior Cade Carver was voted Louisville Catholic Men’s Basketball Player of the Week in late December.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

January 6, A Day
TODAY
Virtual Learning
TOMORROW
Virtual Learning

Saint of the Day: Saint André Bessette was orphaned at 12 and eventually worked in the United States during the Civil War. At 25, he became a Brother of the Holy Cross. Having a deep devotion to Saint Joseph from childhood, Saint André built the Oratory on Mount Royal in his honor. Although sickly most of his life, Saint André lived to be 92.

NEWS

SEAC and UEAC members: There will be a combined meeting of SEAC and UEAC on Monday morning, Jan. 10 at 7:45 in the Administrative Corridor. We need to discuss and plan for Homecoming Week—Jan. 18-21.
We may also talk about Catholic Schools Week—Jan. 31-Feb. 4.
It is important that there are members from each grade level present since some of the Homecoming /Catholic Schools Week Activities will involve class competitions.
As always, if there is a BLUE Session that you must attend, it always takes precedence over these meetings.  Just be sure to get someone to attend the meeting to replace you.
Please let Mr. Hutchins or Mrs. Gerber know if you are unable to attend.

Students: Any student interested in participating in the 2022 Polar Plunge benefitting Indiana Special Olympics may pick up in the Main Office a brochure that explains the program and event. You can also learn more and register at http://soindiana.org/polar-plunge/.

Attn. Students: The Jeffersonville Township Public Library and the Clarksville Library are offering activities open to students through grade 12:

  • Teens Create Guided Painting session on Monday, Jan. 10, 4-5:30 p.m., in the Jeffersonville YS Activity Room.
  • Virtual Dungeons & Dragons on Monday, Jan. 31, 4-5:30 p.m.
  • Virtual Anime Club on Thursday, Jan. 27, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
  • Anime Club Live on Thursday, Jan. 20, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Jeffersonville Township Public Library
  • Teen Game Day on Thursday, Jan. 6, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Jeffersonville Township Public Library
  • Teen Science and a Snack, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 3:45 – 4:45 p.m., Clarksville Library.

Register at www.jefflibrary.org/events to participate.

 SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: Indiana Electric Cooperatives is accepting applications from high school students for the Indiana Electric Cooperative Page Day program. Page Day is held in Indianapolis at the Indiana Statehouse. It is an interactive, educational experience that allows students the opportunity to learn about the daily activities that take place in the Statehouse during the legislative session.
2022 Electric Cooperative Page Day is Wednesday, Feb. 9.
Highlights include a Statehouse tour, mock bill activity, speakers, and other educational activities. Students may have the opportunity to see the Indiana Legislature in action and meet state legislators. This program will be held in the Senate. Students who have an interest in participating should apply by visiting https://www.indianaec.org/programs/youth/page-day/application/ .
All applicants must be high school students and have adequate transportation to and from the Statehouse. Home-schooled students are eligible to apply. The application deadline is Jan. 26. If students have participated in previous page days they are eligible to reapply each year. Registration is 8-8:30 a.m. at the Statehouse, and the program will dismiss at 3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided by Indiana Electric Cooperatives.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

ATHLETICS NEWS

Wrestling defeated Pekin Eastern last night 36-24. Pioneers earning wins: Kalob Manning, Eli Theobald, Henry Lovan, Roy Shrout, Connor Sad, and Jaesynn Davis.

Tonight’s Freshman Boys Basketball game at New Albany has been canceled. A makeup day will be announced.

Congratulations to the following athletes who received honors for their performance during their season:

  • Junior Grace Purichia, who is one of three finalists for the News & Tribune Volleyball Player of the Year.
  • Grace also was named to the News & Tribune All-Area First Team. Other Volleyball players named to the All-Area Team include sophomore Makenzie Wagner, Second Team; sophomore Lilly Tappel, Third Team; and Honorable Mention: sophomores Camila Adams, Lilly Kaiser, and Nicole Stratford, and junior Taylor Bansbach.
  • Sophomore Eli Theobald was voted Louisville Catholic Wrestler of the Week for his performance last week. He placed sixth out of 32 wrestlers at 113 in the Connersville Spartan Classic.
  • Junior Ben Kelly was named to the News & Tribune Boys Cross Country All-Area First Team, and receiving honorable mention were seniors Will Harper and Garrett Huber, and freshman Drew Kelly.
  • Junior Maci Hoskins was named to the News & Tribune Girls Cross Country All-Area First Team, and senior Sarah Boehm received honorable mention.
  • Senior Cade Carver was voted Louisville Catholic Men’s Basketball Player of the Week in late December.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

January 5, B Day
TODAY
Freshman Boys Basketball vs. Austin, 6:00 p.m., Larkin Center
TOMORROW
Mass, 7:50 a.m., Chapel tomorrow

Saint of the Day: Saint John Neumann was the first member of his community, the Redemptorists, to profess vows in the United States. He did missionary work in Maryland, Virginia, and Ohio, and became the bishop of Philadelphia. Noted for his humility and organizational skills, he helped form the Church in the New World.

Today’s Lunch: Quesadillas, Refried Beans, Corn, Green Beans, Carrots
Snack Line: Bosco Sticks

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library is closed 4th Lunch today.

NEWS

Students: Any student interested in participating in the 2022 Polar Plunge benefitting Indiana Special Olympics may pick up in the Main Office a brochure that explains the program and event. You can also learn more and register at http://soindiana.org/polar-plunge/.

Attn. Students: The Jeffersonville Township Public Library and the Clarksville Library are offering activities open to students through grade 12:

  • Teens Create Guided Painting session on Monday, Jan. 10, 4-5:30 p.m., in the Jeffersonville YS Activity Room.
  • Virtual Dungeons & Dragons on Monday, Jan. 31, 4-5:30 p.m.
  • Virtual Anime Club on Thursday, Jan. 27, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
  • Anime Club Live on Thursday, Jan. 20, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Jeffersonville Township Public Library
  • Teen Game Day on Thursday, Jan. 6, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Jeffersonville Township Public Library
  • Teen Science and a Snack, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 3:45 – 4:45 p.m., Clarksville Library.

Register at www.jefflibrary.org/events to participate.

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Start off the New Year at morning Mass! Join us in the Chapel tomorrow at 7:50 a.m. 

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: Indiana Electric Cooperatives is accepting applications from high school students for the Indiana Electric Cooperative Page Day program. Page Day is held in Indianapolis at the Indiana Statehouse. It is an interactive, educational experience that allows students the opportunity to learn about the daily activities that take place in the Statehouse during the legislative session.
2022 Electric Cooperative Page Day is Wednesday, Feb. 9.
Highlights include a Statehouse tour, mock bill activity, speakers, and other educational activities. Students may have the opportunity to see the Indiana Legislature in action and meet state legislators. This program will be held in the Senate. Students who have an interest in participating should apply by visiting https://www.indianaec.org/programs/youth/page-day/application/ .
All applicants must be high school students and have adequate transportation to and from the Statehouse. Home-schooled students are eligible to apply. The application deadline is Jan. 26. If students have participated in previous page days they are eligible to reapply each year. Registration is 8-8:30 a.m. at the Statehouse, and the program will dismiss at 3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided by Indiana Electric Cooperatives.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

ATHLETICS NEWS

Congratulations to the following athletes who received honors for their performance during their season:

  • Junior Grace Purichia, who is one of three finalists for the News & Tribune Volleyball Player of the Year.
  • Grace also was named to the News & Tribune All-Area First Team. Other Volleyball players named to the All-Area Team include sophomore Makenzie Wagner, Second Team; sophomore Lilly Tappel, Third Team; and Honorable Mention: sophomores Camila Adams, Lilly Kaiser, and Nicole Stratford, and junior Taylor Bansbach.
  • Sophomore Eli Theobald, who was voted Louisville Catholic Wrestler of the Week for his performance last week. He placed sixth out of 32 wrestlers at 113 in the Connersville Spartan Classic.
  • Junior Ben Kelly was named to the News & Tribune Boys Cross Country All-Area First Team, and receiving honorable mention were seniors Will Harper and Garrett Huber, and freshman Drew Kelly.
  • Junior Maci Hoskins was named to the News & Tribune Girls Cross Country All-Area First Team, and senior Sarah Boehm received honorable mention.
  • Senior Cade Carver was voted Louisville Catholic Men’s Basketball Player of the Week in late December.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

January 4, 2022, A Day
TODAY
Fire Drill, 4A
TOMORROW
Boys Basketball vs. Floyd Central, JV 6:00 p.m./varsity 7:30 p.m., Larkin Center

Saint of the Day: Convert, wife, mother, widow, teacher, religious─Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton did it all. Yet, in many ways, she was an ordinary woman of her time who lived life in an extraordinary way.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-elizabeth-ann-seton

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Drumstick, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Carrots, Dinner Roll
Snack Line: Soft Pretzel & Cheese

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 4th Lunch today.

NEWS

Attn. Students: The Jeffersonville Township Public Library and the Clarksville Library are offering activities open to students through grade 12:

  • Teens Create Guided Painting session on Monday, Jan. 10, 4-5:30 p.m., in the Jeffersonville YS Activity Room.
  • Virtual Dungeons & Dragons on Monday, Jan. 31, 4-5:30 p.m.
  • Virtual Anime Club on Thursday, Jan. 27, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
  • Anime Club Live on Thursday, Jan. 20, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Jeffersonville Township Public Library
  • Teen Game Day on Thursday, Jan. 6, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Jeffersonville Township Public Library
  • Teen Science and a Snack, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 3:45 – 4:45 p.m., Clarksville Library.

Register at www.jefflibrary.org/events to participate.

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Saturdays in January through Feb. 12: SMK has a service hour opportunity for the Mini League Concessions! Check out the Sign Up Genius to sign up for slots starting this coming Saturday! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849acac2cab9-2022

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: Indiana Electric Cooperatives is accepting applications from high school students for the Indiana Electric Cooperative Page Day program. Page Day is held in Indianapolis at the Indiana Statehouse. It is an interactive, educational experience that allows students the opportunity to learn about the daily activities that take place in the Statehouse during the legislative session.
2022 Electric Cooperative Page Day is Wednesday, Feb. 9.
Highlights include a Statehouse tour, mock bill activity, speakers, and other educational activities. Students may have the opportunity to see the Indiana Legislature in action and meet state legislators. This program will be held in the Senate. Students who have an interest in participating should apply by visiting https://www.indianaec.org/programs/youth/page-day/application/ .
All applicants must be high school students and have adequate transportation to and from the Statehouse. Home-schooled students are eligible to apply. The application deadline is Jan. 26. If students have participated in previous page days they are eligible to reapply each year. Registration is 8-8:30 a.m. at the Statehouse, and the program will dismiss at 3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided by Indiana Electric Cooperatives.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Mar 4: Cindy Hockensmith Memorial Scholarship (Clark County REMC members) https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

Mar 4: Clark County REMC members admitted to IUS, Ivy Tech Community College, or Purdue Polytechnic of New Albany for the 2022 Fall Semester  https://providencehigh.net/academics/guidance/scholarships-to-college/

ATHLETICS NEWS

Tonight’s Boys Basketball game at Southwestern will be broadcast on IHSAA TV: https://ihsaatv.org/?B=337399

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

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