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April 23, 2021

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When I first came on staff at Providence Hall 10 years ago, I didn't know a whole lot about Classical Christian Education... but I knew it was special and I wanted to be a part of it!  I did not have children at the time but I knew when I did, this is where I...
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We closed the book on the 2020-2021 athletic seasons last week as track wrapped up. Coach Spears and Coach Ingram did a great job as our track athletes competed for the first time in 3 years. We had State Championships for the first time in school history, Final Four appearances, and the debut of new...
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One of my favorite things to do at school is to interview new families. The family is all dressed up. The parents are ready to talk about their children, and the students are ready to see their new classrooms. This week, I was sitting in a new family interview and the parents were remarking how...
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What a great week and wild weather days! We had Nursery Rhyme folks all over the campus for three days (PK Bach, Mozart & Traditional); our eighth graders showed their developing skills at Oral Pres Night (nice job eighth graders and Mrs. Stevens); Kindergarten had a great Oklahoma Day Celebration on Friday (thank you Mrs....
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Our Eighth Grade Sendoff is on May 14th. This year we will be doing things a little differently than years past. The eighth grade sendoff is not a graduation, rather, it is a collegial celebration of the student body to honor our eighth graders. Therefore, for the first part of this event we will be...
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Parents, this has been such a fun week at the Rhetoric Campus. Students have fully immersed themselves in parent week. Students presented many great renditions honoring our daily themes. Students seemed to thoroughly enjoy the week. Today Rhetoric House Leaders spent their lunch hour planning House chants for Griffin Games. House Leaders are looking forward...
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