Letter of the week Craft Day
Sixth graders designed wanted posters for elements that have "disappeared" from the periodic table. They did a fantastic job!
Whooo are you?! 🕵️♂️ 📕 Mrs. Beach's first grade class received clues all morning to try to figure out who their mystery reader was... Autumn was so thrilled to find her dad in their classroom! Thank you Mr. Collins for reading to their class and making learning fun!
Fifth graders had fun today playing Turkey Bingo 🦃 Happy Thanksgiving!
Fourth Graders enjoyed interviewing WCA grad and The Dog-Eared Page owner, Catherine Carter, for our state notebook. We learned lots and made a new friend!
K-3 students enjoyed painting turkeys today.
Gobble... Gobble... yum, yum, yum! 1st grade had a blast at their Harvest Party last week! They created their own edible turkeys and enjoyed a yummy pizza party! 🍕 🦃
Readers are Leaders! 📚 Andrew Wolfe read 27 books and took AR quizzes on them this week in Mrs. Beach's 1st grade class! Wow! GREAT job Andrew!
2nd grade loved leading music at chapel on Friday!
Our K-3 class had a great time at the Harvest Party!
Fourth Graders had the best time packing shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child today. We packed 12 boxes that will soon be on their way around the world to share the loves of Jesus with boys and girls. We are so excited to see where our boxes will go!
Today in History class sixth grade students completed an activity concerning decision-making. They read specific Bible passages and identified major decisions made by biblical characters. They then determined the costs and benefits of those decisions. The students saw how following God can cost you many things, but the benefits are incredibly life-changing!
Dreaming of being in a fairy tale? Now's your chance! Auditions for the spring production of "Cinderella" will be held on Monday, November 27th. Students in 5th-12th grade are eligible to participate.
Happy Birthday Emmalyn🎈 We love you!❤️
Letter of the week Craft Day 🐴
Mrs. Adams class had a great time decorating their goodie bags for their upcoming Harvest Party
What better way to show the love of Christ than to give to those in need? That is exactly what our K5 students did by collecting food for God's Storehouse. This service project provided our Kindergartners with the opportunity to learn firsthand what it means to "love thy neighbor." ❤️
K-3 students painting gum ball machines for the letter G
Mrs. Beach's class read the book “The Pumpkin Gospel” 🎃 This is a great representation of how Jesus cleanses our hearts from sin. They discussed how our sin is like the yucky insides of a pumpkin and Jesus is the ONLY one who can clean it. We just have to ask for forgiveness. They had fun scooping out the “sin” and making a happy face to show everyone Jesus’ light shining in them!
AP Government students completed research in preparation for their "Fight for a Federal Agency" rap battle. Students will present a rap battle to justify their agency's existence and avoid a cut to their agency's budget.