Providence Hall School Gets Nod from Educators’ Hall of Fame

Providence Hall school in Santa Barbara was selected by the Ventura County Educators’ Hall of Fame as a finalist for its “outstanding” school award, to be presented at a reception on the California Lutheran University campus in June. The other finalist is Oaks Christian in Thousand Oaks. Darrin Parrent, president of the Hall of Fame, said in a statement, “The schools are recognized for their impact that each has had on the children and in the community.”

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