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Sophomores Gabriella Munger and Katie Prom dress in “cool” blues for the 2017 CSW dance.

While most public schools get ready for Sadies or a winter formal, Providence Academy gets ready for the  Catholic Schools week dance. Catholic Schools week involves many activities including, dress up days, pep rally’s, student vs. teacher dodge ball, volleyball games, and a spirit squad dance. Another thing Providence does is a service day. This year, the Upper School went to Feed My Starving Children. The 10th grade class alone packed enough meals to feed 85 children for up to a year.
Finishing up the week long activities is the dance. The dance this year was on Saturday night from 8-11 pm. This year’s theme was “dress cool” so many students showed up in ‘cool attire’ like blue dresses, sport coats, costumes etc.
“I really enjoyed the theme of the dance this year and it was really fun to see what everyone’s choice in attire was,” says Sophomore Grace Baird.
Another Sophomore Elsa Feltl says, “I thought it was a lot of fun, although the music was not the best, but it was still enjoyable.”
Many students favorite part of this week is how the school all comes together and does fun activities.
“I really enjoy this week because we are not required to wear our full uniform, and I really like how we would all come together as an upper school to do fun activities,” says Junior Carolyn Tomaschko.
Overall, Catholic Schools week is one of the best weeks at Providence. Each day is a new activity which ends in laughs and smiles and that is what makes this week one of the best.

One Response to Catholic Schools Week Dance

  1. Riley Nechanicky says:

    great article anj! Great way of explaining the dance!!!!

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