Providence Day School hosted a Security Summit, sponsored by the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools, that focused on school emergencies on campus Feb. 9.
Providence Day School Upper Schoolers recently worked to enhance young patients' experiences at the dentist.
The Providence Day School and Freedom School Partners nine-month long supply drive has seen much success in its first few months.
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.