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School Improvement Plan
Thank You Day 11/24/15
Cassie Ipock Re-elected to KASC Board of Directors
Congratulations to Rachel Wingo, 2nd grade teacher at Providence Elementary, for being selected Webster County's December 2015 "1WC" Employees of the Month!
Supt2Kids Meeting November 9th, 2015
Career Development for Elementary Students
Providence Elementary is a school in transition, that accepts the challenge of systemic change and progress toward proficiency in 2016. The school's mission statement "We at Providence Elementary will reach for success and value the potential of all" is a direct result of the staff's belief that race, gender, or family background is not an indicator of individual student achievement. The goal of our staff is to educate every child, accept no excuses, and provide the foundation for all students to become successful adults in the 21st century.
Principal, Greg Bowles,
Welcomes Students to Providence Elementary
Providence is December 2016 District Attendance Winner!
Congratulations to PROVIDENCE ELEMENTARY for being the December district attendance winner with 95.43% attendance!!
WC "All Day, Every Day" Attendance Initiative
A recent study shows that students who miss school more school than their peers consistently score lower on standardized tests, regardless of their age, demographic group or where they live. Improving student attendance is an essential, cost-effective but often overlooked strategy for school improvement, closing achievement gaps and ensuring all our students are on-track to learn and succeed.
Providence Elementary attendance for FEBRUARY 2017 was 91.32%.
Providence Teacher Selected to Serve on state Next Generation Science Assessment Development Team
Kentucky is in the process of developing a comprehensive science assessment system that will encompass 3 dimensional assessment tasks based on the Next Generation Science Standards. Jaye Wilkins, 4th grade teacher at Providence Elementary is one of twelve teachers in the state selected to be a member of the fourth grade Next Generation Science Standards Summative Assessment Team. She has been a member of the Western Kentucky Educational Cooperative Science Content Teacher Network for three years.
Providence Elementary hosted its Fourth Annual Talent Show on Thursday, April 21.
Winners in the Vocalist Division were (from left): fifth-grader Drake Sorrells, second place; sixth-grader Emalee Noffsinger, champion; and fourth-grader Emma Killough, third place.
Bulldog Blitz Fluorescent 5K
The Bulldog Blitz Fluorescent 5K was hosted by the fifth grade classes at Providence Elementary on Friday night, April 1. Medalists in the Men's Division of the glow run were Jeff Lamb, first (center); David McKinsey, second (left); and Mikey DeGarmo, third (right). Mikey is in the eighth grade at Webster County Middle School.
Congratulations to Chase Hearrin, Providence Archery Team member, for placing 1st in the KY 3-D State Tournament and for being a KY State NASP Individual Qualifier. Congratulations to Devin Dewitt, Providence 5th grader, who won the 5th grade mock school board member election and shadowed Venita Murphy, BOE member, at the March 28th board meeting.
L to R: Devin Dewitt, Venita Murphy, Chase Hearrin
Congratulations to Carlee Drury who placed 1st Overall in Math and 3rd Overall in Language Arts at the District Governor's Cup Academic Competition. Congratulations to Sierra Rhye who placed 5th Overall in Written Composition at the District Governor's Cup Academic Competition.
L to R: Venita Murphy and Carlee Drury L to R: V. Murphy and Sierra Rhye
Mrs. Ipock's Students Attend Providence City Council Meeting and Shadow Council Members March 21st, 2016
Mrs. Cassie Ipock's social studies class (Ms. Carla Peyton's homeroom) at Providence Elementary was invited to attend the meeting of the Providence City Council held on Monday, March 21. After an instructional unit on local government in which the students polled classmates, and composed and delivered campaign speeches, the students elected to "office" shadow their counterparts at the meeting.
Photo #1: Canon Overfield was elected mayor by his classmates after campaigning last week during Mrs. Ipock's social studies class and shadowed Mayor Eddie Gooch.
Photo #2: Providence Elementary fifth-grader Charli Blanford is offered a look into the duties of a City Clerk during the course of a council meeting after successfully campaigning for the office in a homeroom election.
Photo #3: After studying an instructional unit on local government, students Kaelyn Starks, Mariah Copeland, and Kylie Welton were chosen by their peers to represent their fifth grade homeroom on the Providence City Council. Kaelyn, Mariah, and Kylie are pictured with Providence City Council members Tom Skinner and Keith Farrell.
Photo #4: After studying an instructional unit on local government, students Mae Gipson, Marehai Sims, and Makinsey McGregor were selected by their peers to represent their fifth grade homeroom. Mae, Marehai, and Makinsey are pictured with Providence City Council members Doug Hammers and Dolores Overby.
Photo #5: Fifth-graders Charli Blanford, Canon Overfield, and David Wingo were successful in their bids after vying for City Clerk, Mayor, and City Attorney, respectively, in a homeroom election. Charli, Canon, and David are pictured with Providence City Clerk Kay Travis, Mayor Eddie Gooch, and City Attorney Ben Leonard. (photo not available)
Mrs. Ipock's Students Attend Providence City Council Meeting and Shadow Council Members on March 7th, 2016.
Mrs. Cassie Ipock's fifth grade homeroom at Providence Elementary was invited to attend the meeting of the Providence City Council held on Monday, March 7. After an instructional unit on local government in which the students polled classmates, and composed and delivered campaign speeches, the students elected to "office" shadowed their counterparts at the Council meeting. The students were very excited to work with the leaders of their city.
Photo #1: Emily McVay was elected mayor by her classmates after campaigning last week during Mrs. Ipock's social studies classes and shadowed Mayor, Eddie Gooch, at the March 7, 2016 meeting of the Providence City Council.
Photo #2: After studying the duties of the office, Providence fifth-grader, Kaiya Clarke, successfully campaigned for City Clerk in a homeroom election. Kaiya is pictured with Webster County Circuit Clerk Debbie Austin. (Providence City Clerk, Kay Travis, was absent from the meeting due to an illness in her family.)
Photo #3: Providence fifth-graders, Chase Hearrin and Carson Parker, were chosen by their peers to represent Mrs. Ipock's homeroom at the Council meeting. Chase and Carson are pictured with Providence City Council members: Tom Skinner, Keith Farrell, and Shannon Cole Layton.
Photo #4: Providence Elementary fifth-graders Zaron Rosales, Kadance Bellis, and Delta McVay were selected by their peers to represent Mrs. Ipock's homeroom at the Council meeting. Zaron, Kadance, and Delta are pictured with Providence City Council members: Doug Hammers and Dolores Overby.
Providence School Receives Energy Star Award
Lyle Crouch, Harshaw Trane Representative, presented the Energy Star Award to Providence Elementary at the December 14th, 2015 Board Meeting. Providence school was recognized for being an energy efficient school with an energy proficiency score of 88%.
L to R: Venita Murphy, BOE member, Greg Bowles, Providence Principal, Lyle Crouch, Mickey Dunbar, BOE member
Dr. Yarbrough held a Supt2Kids meeting at Providence on 11-09-15. Approximately (27) 3rd-6th graders were chosen to participate on this Superintendent Advisory Council. Dr. Yarbrough shared information about great new things that are in place this school year. She asked the students to share the things they liked the best about their educational experience at Providence as well as things that would make their experience better. Students were excited about the new facility and security upgrades at Providence.
Providence Celebrates Assessment Scores
Providence Alpha Academy
Webster County Schools are excited to announce the establishment of the Webster County Alpha Academy for the 2015-16 school year. Alpha Academy is an early childhood partnership with Audubon Area Headstart to offer additional state licensed early childhood services to families in Webster County. There will be 4 new rooms which will serve 6 weeks old to 3 years old and a Child Development Center that will serve children 3 years to 5 years old. The locations will be at Providence Elementary and Sebree Elementary. Providence will serve 2 rooms of 6 weeks to 3 year olds and Sebree will serve 2 rooms of 6 weeks to 3 years old. The Child Development Center will serve 3 to 5 year olds. There will be 16 slots available for the 6 weeks to 3 year old rooms at both locations. There will be 18 slots available at the Child Development Center. Individuals are eligible either by private pay or income eligible. This opportunity is a result of a grant written and awarded to Aububon Area Headstart. We look forward to the great opportunities that Alpha Academy will bring to our families of Webster County. For enrollment information, please contact Steffanie Smith. Her e-mail is email@example.com and her phone number is 270-835-7687.
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Providence Groundhog Job Shadow Day 2017
Providence Elementary Highlights 2016-17
Congratulations to Tammy White, October 2016 1WC Employee of the Month!!
L to R: Tammy White and Georgiann McCord, Deputy Supt.
Congratulations Debbie Belt!
Congratulations to Debbie Belt, Providence Cafeteria Manager, for being selected the August 2016 "1WC" Employee of the Month! We appreciate you!!
Congratulations Rachel Wingo!!
Rachel Wingo was recognized at the BOE meeting on May 23, 2016, for completion in Principal Certification in the Leading to Learn Program sponsored by the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative. Rachel participated in the Harvard Graduate School of Education's New and Aspiring School Leaders program in March, 2016. GRREC representatives presented her certification.
Congratulations to Carla Peyton, 4th Grade Teacher, for being named the April 2016 "1WC" Employee!!
L to R: Carla Peyton and Venita Murphy, BOE Member
Council of Councils Meeting April 11th, 2016
DONUTS WITH DUDES 03/15/16
Providence Elementary hosted Donuts with Dudes on Tuesday, March 15th, to promote the importance of positive male role models in the educational system. Over 80 adults attended the event where they were encouraged to sign up to be a Bulldog DAD. Bulldog DADS (Dudes Appreciated for Dedication to Students) is a program through which men can serve Providence Elementary by being volunteers who are visible in the building to promote a positive learning environment.
Donuts With Dudes 03/15/16
Red Ribbon Week Remix Education Assembly October 22nd, 2015