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All of the Houses have shown their hearts to SERVE OTHERS this quarter in many ways. For example… Volunteering to be the “horses” for the chariots at the Greek Festival…
Making Warrior Grams for Valentines…Collecting “Jeans 4 Teens” for a local ministry…
Serving concessions at CCS basketball games… and Creating amazing baskets for the silent auction at the Founder’s Day Gala! And speaking of the Gala, House Fides earned 30 bonus points for bringing in the most money ($290) for CCS from their combined items. We are so proud of all three houses for their participation, creativity, spirit, and heart to serve CCS and the community.
There has been an increase in the submissions for Personal Enrichment points. Several students have shown their love for the Arts by attending local shows like The Phantom of the Opera, Annie Get Your Gun, and Bring It On.
Admin leadership points (5pts) for Sapientia for taking the initiative and being the first to post their House Meeting notes on their House bulletin board! Way to go!
Logic and Rhetoric School News:
CCS Speaker Series “God’s Heart for Israel” – March 12 at 7pm (students receive 5pts each for attending)
Run down on Logic, March 13 at 8am – for students and parents in grades 8-11
Open House for prospective parents, March 17th from 7pm-8:30 – tell your friends!
Upper School GLOW DANCE, March 21st from 7pm-11 at Kannapolis First Wesleyan Church Youth Center. Wear your neon!
Passover Seder, March 26 at 8am – Scott Volk from Together For Israel will be the guest speaker during Chapel. Parents are WELCOME!
Bryan College Worldview Initiative, March 27th all day
ACT Prep Workshop, March 28th from 9am-3pm for grades 9-12. Space is limited. Cost is $90 and includes lunch and materials. SIGN UP NOW!
A Touch of Class Prom, April 25th at 6pm
Update on House Points
742pts 482pts 652pts
3rd Quarter Winner to be announced Monday, March 16th!
And check out this CCS ALL House Spirit from Andrew N. and family! That cake looks delicious.
In the same way, the gospel is bearing fruit and growing throughout the whole world—just as it has been doing among you since the day you heard it and truly understood God’s grace. Colossians 1:6
Congratulations House Audacia for exhibiting the following core values:
One member exhibited SERVICE and CHIVALRY by cleaning up the stage after theater class.
One member exhibited KINDNESS and LOVE to another student who was having a rough day.
Two members exhibited REVERENCE and SUPPORT by praying for a younger student getting ready for a competition.
One member exhibited SERVICE and DILIGENCE by spending her snow day writing a script for the medieval feast.
One member exhibited SERVICE and SACRIFICE by helping to load baskets and items into cars to be transported to the Gala.
One member exhibited SERVICE and SACRIFICE by shoveling snow away from one of the school entry doors.
One member exhibited CHIVALRY when he volunteered to take Gala boxes out of Mrs. Gasparrini’s car to help with the transporting.
Two members exhibited KINDNESS and SERVICE assisting students, teachers, and parents during the second grade Greek Festival.
One member exhibited GENTLEMANLY BEHAVIOR by giving seating preference to a lady during chapel.
Congratulations House Fidesfor exhibiting the following core values:
One member exhibited SERVICE by picking up a dirty tissue off the floor for Mrs. Lily Wilmoth.
One member exhibited REVERENCE and SUPPORT by praying for a younger student getting ready for a competition.
One member exhibited CHIVALRY and KINDNESS for noticing that a teacher did not have a seat, then getting up to bring her one during the house meeting.
One member after getting frustrated and angry with a classmate, quickly realized he had been in the wrong, apologized to his classmate and offered his hand in friendship. It was an exemplary show of REPENTANCE and CHRISTIAN LOVE.
One member after enduring the brunt of a classmate’s wrath, quickly and graciously accepted his apology, shook his hand, and dropped the offense. It was an exemplary show of CHRISTIAN CHARITY and LOVE.
Five members exhibited KINDNESS and SERVICE assisting students, teachers, and parents during the second grade Greek Festival.
Two members exhibited REVERENCE as they assisted Mrs. Wilmoth in leading worship during the upper school chapel.
One member exhibited SERVICE by taking out Mr. Wilmoth’s trash.
Congratulations House Sapientiafor demonstrating the following core values:
One member exhibited SERVICE by bringing a wrong answer to Mrs. Wilmoth’s attention that she forgot to mark on her quiz.
One member exhibited INTEGRITY by confessing to Mrs. Dearing that she was not prepared for class.
One member exhibited SERVICE by helping load and organize items for the Gala event on Friday.
One member exhibited KINDNESS and SERVICE assisting students, teachers, and parents during the second grade Greek Festival.
One member exhibited CHIVALRY when he saw Mrs. Dearing carrying a chair to the science room and offered to take it for her.
One member exhibited SERVICE and KINDNESS by offering to clean Mrs. Dearing’s room without any solicitation.