Providence COVID Update
We currently have 6 Covid-19 positive cases. While the CDC guidelines for the length of quarantine have been updated, Providence is maintaining our current policy at this time. Administration and nurses are constantly reviewing guidelines by the CDC and local health officials as well as our Providence community numbers. We will update all Providence families as soon as changes are made. In addition, please make sure your child has a mask for school. While we have replacements for broken or soiled masks, we do not have enough supply to hand them out for the large amount of students who are forgetting them. Please consider packing an extra in your child’s backpack. Thank you for your understanding as we strive to keep the students and staff healthy through this holiday season.

Painless Giving on Amazon
Have you heard of Amazon Smile?  Visit our Amazon Smile webpage for detailed instructions on how you can donate to Providence while Christmas shopping. Learn More.

Band Fundraiser Update
The Providence Band would like to thank everyone who supported the annual needs of our program this year. Because of your philanthropic partnership this fall we have a brand new French Horn and new Concert Toms to enjoy. Thank you, Providence families for your generosity and continued support. Learn More.

Toy Drive Thank You!
On behalf of Providence School and Bright Holidays, we would like to express our gratitude for the amazing toy/gift contributions. Thank you to our generous Providence families, we collected toys to bless approximately 800 local school children on Christmas Day and over $1,200 was collected to purchase toys on Dress Down Day.  May God bless each and every one of you during this Christmas season! God’s love to others! #provstrong

Important Dates
Dec 10  Upper School Christmas Chapel
Dec 14-15
Upper School Exam Review 
Dec 16-18 Upper School Exams/ 1/2 Days K-12  
Dec 18 End of 2nd Quarter  
Dec 21- Jan 4 Christmas Break K-12
Jan 4  Teacher Planning Day 
Jan 5  Students Return from Christmas Break 
Jan 8 K-12 Report Cards Online 


Preschool Christmas Program
Join the preschool for a delightful presentation as we celebrate a very special birthday in Happy Birthday Baby Jesus! This event is tonight will be Livestreamed. Learn More.

Lower School

Lower School K-2 Christmas Program
The Kindergarten – 2nd Grade students performed three different Christmas productions on Wednesday morning to a live audience.  The event was also livestreamed but in case you missed it, it can bee seen on our website. Learn More.

Lower School 3rd – 5th Grade Program
The 3rd – 5th Grade students performed a wonderful production, “Straight Outta Bethlehem” last night.  It was a delightful Christmas story that takes place in the “sleepy” little village of Bethlehem and happens to be the place where an incredible miracle takes place. Congratulations students and thank you, Mrs. Tamburrino, Teachers, Teacher Assistants and everyone behind the scenes who made this performance so outstanding. Learn More

Lower School Chapel
Pastor Nathan featured the Christmas production, “Straight Outta Bethlehem” to teach the students about the birth of Jesus. Learn More

Middle & High School

Upper School Chapel
Dr. Anderson presents a heartfelt message that features the theme of our school, “Loving God and Loving Others.”  Watch Here.

Christmas Chapel
A special Christmas Chapel is next week.  This is a special time for students to celebrate the birth of our Savior and have a little fun before exams.  

Christmas Dress Down
Due to the Cold Weather Dress Down days this week, the Christmas dress down was moved.  All 6th-12th grade students may dress in their favorite Christmas themed sweaters and shirts and also wear blue jeans for $1.00 on Thursday, December 10th.  Money collected from this dress-down will go directly to the Providence NHS Scholarship Fund where 3 NHS students will receive scholarships toward college. All Christmas themed attire should follow Providence dress down guidelines.


4 Athletes Commit to Colleges
We are extremely proud to announce that 4 athletes have committed to play at the next level.  Gray Miller will be playing volleyball at Young Harris University, Jack Dillard will be playing basketball at Embry Riddle University, J. Lee Repass will be playing basketball at Furman University, and Kylie Turner will be playing golf for Flagler University.  Congrats to all of these incredibly talented athletes.

Connor Chrischilles, WJXT’s Athlete of the Week
Congratulations Connor!  This week’s #VyStar All-Star Athlete volunteers at the Clara White Mission. Hear Connor’s interview here:

Live Streaming via NFHS Network
The IT department has installed new systems in Barfield Gymnasium and Selman Field.  All games will be streamed live. You can subscribe for the year for $69.99 or monthly for $10.00. Watch Here.

Game Day Update
In an effort to protect our fans, staff and students, Providence School will implement a reduced seating capacity for all of our athletic events.  Juniors, Seniors, and immediate family of participants are now allowed to attend home games.

 MS – B Team Girls Basketball @ Episcopal
5:15  MS – A Team Girls Basketball @ Episcopal
5:30  JV Girls Basketball @ Episcopal
7:00  Varsity Girls Basketball @ Episcopal
MS B Team Girls Basketball @ Hilliard
MS Girls Soccer @ Episcopal 
MS Boys soccer @ Episcopal 
5:00 MS A Team Girls Basketball @ Hilliard
6:00 JV Girls Basketball @ Hilliard
7:20 Varsity Soccer vs Harvest
7:30 Varsity Girls Basketball @ Hilliard
Varsity Boys Basketball- Providence Christmas Classic vs Wolfson
5:30 Varsity Girls Soccer @ West Nassau
6:00 Varsity Boys Soccer @ St. Joe
4:30 MS A Team Girls Basketball @ St. Johns Country Day
5:30 JV Girls Basketball @ Bishop Snyder
JV Boys Basketball vs Seacoast
7:00 Varsity Boys Basketball vs Seacoast
Varsity Boys Soccer vs Raines
3:00 Varsity Girls Basketball @ Andy Hart Tournament-