Journal time in K4! Mrs. Beach and Mrs Porterfield’s class have begun writing in journals this new year! This week they have practiced different types of lines and letter with those lines! They have enjoyed writing with their friends!!
over 4 years ago, Jessica Beach
Journal time
Journal time
Journal time
Journal time
First graders are using their senses to explore seashells today. They are gathering information to use in their creative writing stories.
over 4 years ago, Michelle East
Listening to seashells
“STEM” Ice castle building in K2 this week!
over 4 years ago, Laura Beth Trammell
Shaving cream
Blocks
All things winter in K2!
over 4 years ago, Laura Beth Trammell
Snowman
Mittens
Snowflake
Ice
3rd Grade Morning cafeteria free time creation. It’s the “Dog Man Tower!”
over 4 years ago, Sheila Nance
Free time with 3rd grade
Freshman practicing for chapel on Friday. So proud of the students!
over 4 years ago, Heather McDowell
Freshman one
Freshman to
Term 3 is ending, and these 8th graders have worked hard in Technology. They have demonstrated their proficiency in using https://kidblog.org, coding through https://scratch.mit.edu, putting an animated clip through https://www.powtoon.com/home/?, and creating a resourceful website for teachers/parents through http://students.weebly.com. You may access some of the websites they created: http://uisarat.weebly.com, http://akendrick62406.weebly.com, http://thedoct0r.weebly.com, http://biggiequeso.weebly.com, and http://rhirhi-is-awesome.weebly.com.
over 4 years ago, Hannah Groom
Technology
Technology
Technology
I would like to give a shout out to this special young lady. She is quite the athlete but has decided academics is important as well. Proud of your progress!
over 4 years ago, Sheila Nance
4th grade working hard
Sixth Grade welcomes our new student, Bayleigh!
over 4 years ago, Jill Cline
Sixth grade welcomes our new student Bayleigh.
This week is learning the letter L and the number 9.
over 4 years ago, Terri Bowman
K-3
Mrs. Webber's junior lit projects story books by Kaetlyn Gray and Josh Von Eime. Great art work and detail!
over 4 years ago, Barbara Webber
illustrated stories and poems in graphic design by juniors
Mrs. Webber's junior class American Lit projects--great job!
over 4 years ago, Barbara Webber
American Literature Poster projects
Seeking answers in Genesis about creation.
over 4 years ago, Kelly Brown
Seeking answers in Genesis about creation.
Seeking answers in Genesis about creation.
Seeking answers in Genesis about creation.
Mrs. Reutter's class loves winter❄ We are PRAYING for snow!
over 4 years ago, Jennifer Reutter
Snow storm
We are cool in our igloo
4-wheeling in the snow
Cold temperatures and ice
Today we finished the second Boat Building 1 course at WCA. These guys (and Noah D. not pictured) did a great job from start to finish. We will be auctioning this boat off soon to raise money for next years Boat Building 1 class.
over 4 years ago, Dan East
One semester = One well done boat
We are ready for snow in Enrichment Center (compliments to Suzanne Davis for my beautiful tree)⛄️
over 4 years ago, Ruth Deaver
Tree in EC
From Coach Reynolds Danville, The Westover Christian Academy JV Boys Basketball team was back in action, for the first game out of Christmas break, to take on the Grizzlies of Clover Garden School in a non conference game Monday evening. The Bulldogs won the opening tip, but failed to score on their first possession and then promptly rotated too slowly on defense and gave up a corner 3 to give Clover Garden an early 3-0 lead. This would, however, prove to be the Grizzlies only lead of the game as Westover went on a 13-1 run to close the quarter up 13-4. The Bulldogs were sparked by their full court defense which Clover Garden struggled with throughout the first half. WCA was able to force the Grizzlies into numerous turnovers leading to some transition opportunities. The 2nd quarter would witness the Bulldogs stretch their lead out to 15 by halftime at 24-9. The third quarter would be the best for Westover as they outscored their opponents 15-8 and ended the frame up 22 at 39-17. The beginning of the 4th period saw WCA stretch out their lead to 25 points at 48-23 before the Grizzlies scored the final 10 points of the game. The Bulldogs had their best shooting game of the season from behind the arc going an outstanding 8-17 for 47%. WCA was led in scoring by Isaac VonEime who had 13 points, 4 deflections and 2 steals. Ashton Bettendorf had 9 points, 8 rebounds and 3 blocks, while Blake Barber came off the bench to score 9 points. Luke Barber and Tyler Hughes both had 6 points on 2 made 3's apiece. Dallas Wheeler had 5 points. With the win WCA improves to 5-1 on the season. We are back in action Friday night on the road at 5pm against the Tornados of Timberlake Christian. The two teams met back on December 5th with the Bulldogs winning 61-31.
over 4 years ago, Jim Barber
K2 is working on scissor skills today!
over 4 years ago, Laura Beth Trammell
Scissors
We are so happy to be back with our friends in kindergarten. Happy New Year!
over 4 years ago, Bonnie Buckley
Boys playing
Girls drawing
Girls house
Boys computer
From Head Basketball Coach Jim Barber with the Westover Christian Academy Bulldogs: Freshman Josh Lewis, was named second team all-tournament at the Harry Johnson Classic Tournament during Christmas break. Congratulations Josh.
over 4 years ago, John Cline