Elementary School Highlights
Elementary Students Take Part in the Annual Read-A-Thon -
Grandparents Deserve To Be Honored -
November 2, 2012 will be long remembered by many grandparents, friends, and families! This day was set aside where Grandparents were honored in a program given by students in grades K thru 5.
Many folks traveled long distances and surprised their grandchildren by their attendance!
A Marine veteran, who served our country 40 years ago, was deeply touched by the fourth grade performance as his grandson wore the old uniform with pride.
Several elementary students were asked how they felt about the Grandparents Day program. Third grader, Hunter Passamaneck, grinned from ear to ear and said “Fun!” Fourth grader, Nicholas Fox, was happy to see all the people in the audience. He said he wasn’t nervous on stage, but felt joyful! Third grader, Ryan Reflogal likes singing and was only a little nervous. He also enjoyed seeing the smiles of those in the audience.
A seventh grade student, Taynin Abbott, remembers her participation in this annual event: “This day was an amazing and wonderful
FCA ES Speech Meet Winners
Faith Christian Academy sent twenty-three elementary students to the annual ACSI Regional Speech Meet at Cherry Hills Christian School in
Respect Reports -
Elementary School Principal, Dadra Sears, wants to reward positive behavior with a visit to the Principal’s Office. This year teachers are on the lookout for students displaying exemplary behavior. When students are caught treating classmates, teachers, or facilities with deference, they can be given a “Respect Report.” Once the incident is reported, the students are called to the office to have snacks with Mrs. Sears and Mrs. Steigleder. Recently, the Principals served cookies and hot cocoa with squirty whipped cream to four boys for acting in an exceptionally respectful way.
Field Day Fun
Students, parents, & staff enjoy the beautiful day, friends, and of course, competition!
Operation Christmas Child
Each November, our fifth grade students join Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Christmas Child’s efforts to bless children
The boxes are collected in classrooms, and then brought to a special Elementary Chapel. There the students are reminded