Women’s Club

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Welcome

The Women’s Club provides support and assistance to the religious mission and educational programs of Providence Catholic High School; thereby building a sense of community, greater understanding, and positive relationships among the members, students, faculty, and staff.  Through service projects and various fund-raising events, the Women’s Club welcomes all PCHS mothers to get involved.  All talents are welcome!  Questions may be emailed to Women’s Club.

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M2m Program *NEW*

The Mom2Mom (M2M) Program was established to pair incoming Freshmen moms (mentoree) with other current, experienced PCHS moms (mentor).  The mentor is available as a additional resource to provide guidance regarding any questions as it relates to a freshmen student’s experience.  One of the many goals, is to make Freshmen moms feel welcome and to help them become an active part of the Providence Catholic family.

The program is designed to have brief check-ins over the phone throughout the first and second semesters as well as make them aware of any upcoming events.  The transition should be smooth not only for the students but also their parents.


Upcoming Events

Back to School Night – Monday, August 12


Freshmen/Transfer Parent Social – Thursday, September 5


WC Welcome Event – Thursday, September 19


WC Shopping Day – Sunday, November 3


Teacher’s Appreciation Luncheon – Tuesday, January 28


Bunco Night – January TBD


St. Partrick’s Day Party – Saturday, March 7


Mother’s Day Mass – Thursday, April 30


WC Thank You Night – Thursday, May 7

 


Women’s Club Constitution

Preamble: The Providence Catholic High School (PCHS) Women’s Club provides support and assistance to the religious mission and educational programs of Providence Catholic High School, as Providence Catholic High School works toward the goal of providing quality Catholic education to all its young men and women. Assistance to Providence Catholic High School is provided through service, projects, and fundraising.

The Club also has as its purpose the building of a sense of community, greater understanding, and positive relationships among the members, students, faculty, and staff.

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