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Training up children in the fear of the Lord (Proverbs 22:6)

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  • Thu, September 23, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Thu, October 7, 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Book using the Conference Manager
  • Mon, October 11
    No school
  • Fri, October 15
    Forced Friday schoolday
  • Thu, October 21
  • Thu, October 28
  • Fri, October 29, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    High School Instructional Days usually run from 9:00 – 12:00. These days are intended to assist students in fulfilling the requirements of their courses and to provide a time and a place for extra help. Instruction during these days involves interaction with students either face-to-face or using information and communication technology, for the purpose of teaching and assessing student achievement of outcomes. (Guide to Education - September 2013, p 41) All high school staff will be present to teach, tutor, assist, or give extra help. High School Instructional Day attendance is also required for: Unexcused absences not cleared through the office Students who fail to meet deadlines / complete homework Students whose progress in their courses is unsatisfactory Friday Class is intended for Junior High school students, and in some cases for Elementary School students, to provide a time and a place for individual extra help. This is especially in cases where, through circumstances, a student is behind in the regular work. Staff will be present by arrangement to supervise and assist with the student work. Friday Class usually runs from 9:00 – 12:00 but other mutually agreed upon arrangements might also serve to meet the intended objectives. Friday Class may also be required for: Unexcused absences not cleared through the office Students who fail to meet deadlines / complete homework  Excessive amount of ‘lates’.

Providence Christian School in Monarch, Alberta is situated in a beautiful, rural community, minutes west of Lethbridge.  
We provide Christian education for students in Kindergarten through to grade 12. 
We offer a 4 day school week and a complete academic program that exceeds the requirements of provincial government curriculum.
Education at PCS is shaped by the traditional themes of our Reformed Christian heritage:
- study of God's Creation and intent for mankind,
- realization of the significant consequences of man's Fall into sin,
- hope in the changing power of God's act of Redemption in Jesus,
- desire to be the faithful instruments by which God brings Restoration to His fallen world.
 
We would welcome the opportunity to speak with parents interested in enrolling their children in Providence Christian School.
 
Hugo VanderHoek,  Principal

Staff

Kindergarten - Mrs. VandenBrink
Grade 1        - Mrs. Bolink
Grade 2        - Mrs. Prestage/ Miss Slingerland
Grade 3        - Mrs. Imanse
Grade 4        - Mr. Van de Haar
Grade 5/6     - Mrs. Reitsema
Grade 7        - Mrs. Imanse
Grade 8/9     - Mr. Selles
Grade 10      - Ms. Feyter
Grade 11/12 - Mr. Mourits
                     - Mr. Van den Hoek
                     - Mr. VanderHoek
 
Educational Assistants: Mrs. Dekker, Mrs. Veldman,  Mrs. Leeuwenburgh, Mrs. Gruninger*, Mrs. Weststrate*, Miss Nieboer
Administrative Assistant - Mrs. VanVliet
 
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BBQ and Open House.

The parents are invited to join the students and staff of PCS for a BBQ lunch and Open House on Friday, September 10, 2021, starting at 12:00 p.m.

A pulled pork/hotdog lunch will be served at 12:00 noon for all students, teachers, and parents.
Weather permitting, we will all be outside until classes resume at 1:00. Between 1:00 and 2:30 parents are welcome to visit the children in their classes. Busses will be available to take students home at 2:30.

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