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Parent Association

Welcome!

The Providence Parent Association welcomes all parents of current students from preschool through high school to enjoy community, service, and prayer together. We have a unique opportunity at Providence to enjoy friendships with one another and help our children’s school at the same time. We meet in two groups:  one for preschool through lower school (PS-6) and another for middle school through high school (7-12).

Mission

The mission of the Providence Parent Association is to involve Providence families in school events and activities which promote community building, enhance communication between families and Providence staff, and give additional logistical support to specific school needs. Furthermore, the Parent Association supports all aspects of Providence in prayer.

Vision

Our vision is for deepened relationships within the Providence community and for the school mission to be tangibly enriched by parent involvement and partnership.


Get Involved! It’s Easy!

1. Attend a monthly Parent Association meeting

  • Preschool/Lower School: First Tuesday of the Month Parent Association Meeting, 8:45 am, Art Courtyard (for 2019-2020:  9/3, 10/1, 11/5, 12/3 (Deck the Halls), 1/14, 2/4, 3/3, 4/7, 5/5). Parents also meet weekly for pray at the flagpole on Monday (or first day of the week) mornings at 8:30 am.
  • Middle School/High School:  Though we do not have a regular meeting schedule, we get together throughout the school year for fellowship and to support Providence events. Parents will receive email notification of upcoming dates and events. Our last meeting of the year is generally a volunteer recognition in May, with the date set by our Providence staff.

2. Sign up to help out


Resources

Pizza Order Form (7-12)

2019-2020 School Calendar (PS-12)


Parent Association Fundraisers

The San Roque campus and Campus Perdido Parents Associations oversee many of the “extras” that make our school such a special place. They hold a series of fundraisers (See’s Candy sales, Axxess Book sales, dine-in events at local restaurants) that raise money on a smaller scale. The funds for these events go directly into the classroom in the form of enhancements to technology and curriculum that students experience firsthand.


Questions?

Parent Association (PS-6) Leadership Team

Email SRparents@providencesb.org or one of our leadership team members:

Tisha Hawkins

Celia Miko

Allison Wagner

Parent Association (7-12) Leadership Team

Email parentassociation@providencesb.org or one of our leadership team members

Kelli George

Carolee Peterson

Roxanne Lundgaard

Joanna Reyes