First quarter is already over, and it was filled with good things, including:
- Students learning about God, His world, and their place in it.
- Students considering key questions like “What does it mean to be healthy?” and “How are we connected?”
- Parents attending PTF information meetings, Math Night, and sports events.
- A great view from campus.
- Safety during typhoon season.
- Events like Kindergarten Sports Day, secondary Friendship Friday, camps (4th and 5th, middle school, high school), cross-country meets and volleyball games, and high school students taking the PSAT.
- Staff further developing our curriculum.
- Launching our new website (complete with virtual tours) and launching our PlaySafely Campaign.
- What’s the registration deadline? You may register through November 12. If you would like to have your Walkathon T-shirt in time for Walkathon, please register by Friday, October 28. Forms are on our Walkathon page.
- Are we going to race? The main focus this year is fun, fellowship, and fundraising. Participants are free to go at their own pace.
(2) School Hours and Expectations: Please help us by remembering that students are not supervised before 8:00 a.m. or after school. Consequently, we expect parents to arrange to have their children arrive on campus no earlier than 8:00 a.m. and to have them leave the campus not later than 3:30.
(4) PTF Holiday Market is on Saturday, November 19.
Parents, thank you for the privilege of assisting you with the education of your child(ren)—see you at Walkathon on November 12!
Michael B. Essenburg, superintendent
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P.S. Please keep the following key dates in mind:
- 11/3: Parent-teacher conferences
- 11/12: Walkathon
- 11/14: School Holiday—no classes for students
- 11/19: Holiday Market
- 11/23: Professional Day—no classes for students
- 11/24-25: Thanksgiving vacation
- 12/2: Christmas program
- 12/16: 12:30 dismissal for students, Christmas vacation begins
- 1/4: Classes start