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  • First Day

    The First Day of School will be Monday, August 24th, 2015.

    We look foward to seeing you again!

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  • New Cell Phone Policy

    There is a new cell phone policy here at South Providence.

    Level 4 students are now the only students allowed to carry a cellphone with them during the school day.

    Students on level 1, 2, or 3 will be asked to leave the cell phone at home, or lock it up during school hours.
     
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  • Parent-Teacher Nights

    Parent-Teacher Nights with Waxhaw Forest Hills Church

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  • Prospect Elementary School PTO Steps Up to Honor the South Providence School Staff

    South Providence School was delightfully surprised today when the Prospect Elementary School PTO brought lunch to the staff in honor of National Teacher Appreciation Day. The active PTO at Prospect Elementary School provides lunch once a month for their own teaching staff, and are doing something special for them each day this week. “We wanted to show the South Providence School staff that they are also appreciated for all of their hard work,” explained Marie Starnes, the PTO President. Together with Jay Hargett, the PTO Spirit Coordinator and Lisa Eubanks, PTO Treasurer, Ms. Starnes brought a luncheon for all of the South Providence appetites, bringing something for everyone, including luscious fresh fruits and delicious goodies to top it off. On behalf of the staff at South Providence, Principal Willie Howard extends a warm and appreciative thank you to the Prospect Elementary School PTO.

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  • Union County student wins a 2016 Congressional Art Competition

    Jacob Thomas, a junior at Parkwood High in Waxhaw, has won the 2016 Congressional Art Competition for the 9th N.C. Congressional District. He is the son of South Providence School's very own art teacher, Amy Thomas.

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