Crusader Comments – September 26-30

Hello fellow Crusaders!  

We hope everyone enjoys the slight break this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday while the teachers are attending the Southeast Christian School Convention. I look forward to seeing everyone back in school on Monday, October 3.

Highlights:
* Emmanuel Baptist Church is hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, September 28 from 10am-3pm in the library (located in the administration building). You can register at redcrossblood.org or walk ins are welcome.
* The end of the 1st quarter is Thursday, October 13. The quarter grade does affect eligibility for sports.  Athletes must have no F’s and at least a 70 average overall to continue to participate
* FYI –Friday, October 28 is grandparent’s day for grades K2-6th. It will also be an early dismissal for all grades. Remind your child’s grandparent about this fun morning.

* THE VERSE OF THE WEEK COMES FROM: 2 Timothy 3:15 “…and from childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.”
* EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE FOR THE WEEK: Lifelong Learning – (2 Timothy 3:15)
* CHARACTER TRAIT FOR THE WEEK: Humility (James 1:19)

 

Daily Events:
Monday 26th
Meet and Greet Mrs. Wendi Beisecker for 2nd grade parents from 5-6pm in her classroom room 104
Meet and Greet Mrs. Abbey Baker for K5B parents from 5-6pm in her classroom room 103

Tuesday 27th
Home vs Southpoint Christian – Volleyball JV 4:30 & V 5:30, Soccer 5

Wednesday 28th
School Closed and No After School Care
Red Cross Blood Drive in the Library from 10-3

Thursday 29th
School Closed and No After School Care

Friday 30th
School Closed and No After School Care

 

Go Crusaders.

Have a great weekend, and make sure you are plugged into a local church body (Hebrews 10:24-25). If you do not have a local church that you currently attend, we invite you to visit us at Emmanuel Baptist Church at 9:15 for Sunday School and at 10:30 for worship.

ECS MISSION (p. 6 in the handbook) – Our mission is to serve in partnership with parents and local churches to provide students with an excellent education taught with Biblical truths. Our desire is that students completing their training at Emmanuel Christian School will be authentic and mature disciples of Jesus Christ, possessing a wide range of knowledge, experiences, and skills that will enrich their lives and provide a good foundation upon which to develop a life of maximum service toward God and man.

 

Crusader Comments are delivered electronically through email usually on Thursday afternoons and deal with important information and upcoming events for the next week of school. You will receive a text to remind you to review it as you are making your plans for the upcoming week.