Providence Day School's 9th-graders once more are taking in "Be the Change," a yearlong service-learning program in which they study poverty in Mecklenburg County and obtain hands-on experience with different area organizations.
Providence Day School's 10th Annual Gil Murdock Turkey Trot, a school-wide non-perishable food and supplies drive, netted approximately 10,200 items for Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina.
Providence Day School's 6th-grade class took part in a Character Education Day Nov. 9, an event designed to reflect on the character traits stressed throughout the year: respect for self and others, patience, courage and selflessness.
Providence Day School's 7th-grade class took part in a Character Education Day Nov. 2, designed to help them reflect on the Character Education traits of perseverance, integrity, self-motivation and empathy.
Providence Day School and Freedom School Partners have teamed up on a 9-month long supply drive to help promote the long-term success of children by preventing summer learning loss.
FLIK Independent School Dining has donated funds raised through its Take3 Give 3 initiative at Providence Day School toward Round Square International's Discovery Fund.
The 6th and 7th grades recently took part in capstone projects, designed to provide collaborative, problem-solving experiences for the students to apply knowledge and skills they acquired and practiced throughout the year.
A Providence Day Middle School advisee group recently hosted a "multi-sport invitational" on campus to raise money to fight childhood cancers.
The Providence Day School campus took part in a Green Week initiative April 24-28, with Lower, Middle and Upper School students sorting their waste after lunch in the Dining Hall each day.
Providence Day School 9th-graders took part in their third "Be the Change" day April 12, visiting Sow Much Good, a nonprofit that sells fresh fruits and vegetables directly to underserved neighborhoods.