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Karen L Gobbi

Read with the Gamecocks!

We will once again be participating in the Read with the Gamecocks program! Students will write down the number of pages they read between January 11 – January 22. Students who participate in the program will receive tickets to the following games: Women’s Basketball Thursday, February 18 Men’s Basketball Saturday, …

Lights! Camera! Christmas!

  5th grade Musical Theater students performed Lights! Camera! Christmas! published by Hal Leonard— Grab your cameras! We’re makin’ a movie about the one and only Santa Claus – but what style of movie fits the greatest elfin hero of all time? Thanks to a little help from Cecil B. DeGrille, …

Tim Lowery to Visit NPES

This Friday, December 11th, New Providence would like to welcome Tim Lowry, a well known story teller from Summerville,SC, to our school. Tim Lowry travels all over the United States sharing his wonderful stories. This is the third year Tim Lowry has performed at NPE. Thanks to our wonderful PTA, …

Lion Pride Dance Company

The Lion Pride Dance Company presented their premier production, “Kaleidoscope”, choreographed by their teacher  Mrs. Leigh Kestner and performed by our Fifth Grade Dance Majors. We are proud to be the first school in Lexington 1 to offer dance fitness to all of our students and be the first Elementary Dance …

NPES Yearbook

Have you ordered your NPES Yearbook? ORDER by December 18 and SAVE! You may order online by clicking here and using the ID code 12308316. After December 18th, prices will increase on all packages by $5

Immigration Station

  Fifth grade students at NPES participated in a re-enactment of Immigration at Ellis Island.  Prior to the immigration station, students researched their chosen country of origin and prepared a presentation to share.  On Immigration Day, the fifth graders dressed as an immigrant from their country and arrived at “Immigration …

Capital City Showdown is this FRIDAY

We would like to encourage all NPE Lions to come out and cheer on the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST) this Friday, November 20, at the Capital City Showdown.  Playing for the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team will be United States Air Force Technical Sgt. Leonard Anderson, who recently spoke to our …

Operation Exodus

WOW!! NPE students and parents donated about 4,000 items and wrote almost 500 letters of encouragement to our soldiers who will be traveling home during their winter break. Many, many thanks for your support.