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Book Recommendation: The Wingfeather Saga

September 11, 2017

As a father and an educator, one of my goals is to fill the heart and head of my children and students with stories that are True. Not true as in “they actually happened” (though those stories are necessary too), but True as in “they reflect the beauty and faithfulness of God.” This is why…

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True Education Includes Moral Formation

August 7, 2017

N.B. This article is by Craig Dunham and was originally published on the Scholar’s Blog. Those who would argue that education is the solution to life’s problems do not adequately understand life’s problems. As Blaise Pascal once said, “The heart has its reasons of which reason knows nothing. Let us then strive to think well.”…

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Leave Nothing Out

July 24, 2017

Note: This article was written by Sam Koenen and originally posted at PetraAcademy.com. One evening this summer, I sat on my front porch and began a short volume of poetry by Wendell Berry.  The first poem was only three lines long, but its powerful image forced me to stop reading and to think about its implications. Though…

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  1. All-School Chapel

    October 3 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am
  2. 1st Quarter Ends – Half Day

    October 19
  3. 2nd Quarter Begins

    October 22
  4. Parent Teacher Conferences

    October 24 @ 1:00 pm - October 26 @ 5:00 pm
  5. All-School Chapel

    November 7

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The Annual Walk-A-Thon is 20 Days away!

Between now and October 12th, students are encouraged to call or visit friends, family, and neighbors to ask for sponsorship in one of three ways:

1. Per-lap sponsor: the sponsor will pay an amount per 1/5-mile lap the student runs/walks
2. Per-lap with max sponsor: the sponsor will pay an amount per lap up to a maximum threshold amount
3. Flat-rate sponsor: the sponsor will pay a flat rate not based on the amount of laps (money should be collected at the time of taking the pledge).

Students can earn prizes for their fundraising participation (a sponsorship form must be turned in by 9:00 am the morning of the Walk-A-Thon in order to be eligible for prizes:

$50 Raffle: For every $50 in sponsorship, each student receives a raffle ticket toward a $50 gift card to the store of the winner's choice.

$250 Goal: Every student who meets the $250 goal will receive free dress and entrance to a root beer float party.

Most laps: The student in every grade who runs the most laps will receive a prize pack.

Highest Fundraiser: The student who raises the most money will receive a $50 gift card to the store of his/her choice.

Class Prize: The class that raises the most money (averaged out over the total students in the class) will win an afternoon of fun including an extended lunch break and a movie viewing with popcorn and ice cream.

Our carnival will feature several games such as a dunk tank involving several staff and board members, a sponge throw at a Jr. Higher, a bounce house, cookie decorating, and others. Some may require the purchase of tickets. Our raffle tent will feature several items for bidding, raffle tickets will be available for purchase at the ticket table. The dessert auction features several decadent gourmet treats and is run by a silent bid. Our concession stand will offer several treats for sale such as drinks, cotton candy, popcorn, snow cones, and more.

Walk-A-Thon t-shirts will be available at the beginning of October in youth and adult sizes for $10. Keep an eye out for an email when shirts are in stock and ready for purchase. Sizes will be limited so be sure to buy yours early!

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The Annual Walk-A-Thon is 20 Days away!

Between now and October 12th, students are encouraged to call or visit friends, family, and neighbors to ask for sponsorship in one of three ways:

           1. Per-lap sponsor: the sponsor will pay an amount per 1/5-mile lap the student runs/walks
           2. Per-lap with max sponsor: the sponsor will pay an amount per lap up to a maximum threshold amount
           3. Flat-rate sponsor: the sponsor will pay a flat rate not based on the amount of laps (money should be collected at the time of taking the pledge).

Students can earn prizes for their fundraising participation (a sponsorship form must be turned in by 9:00 am the morning of the Walk-A-Thon in order to be eligible for prizes:

$50 Raffle: For every $50 in sponsorship, each student receives a raffle ticket toward a $50 gift card to the store of the winners choice.

$250 Goal: Every student who meets the $250 goal will receive free dress and entrance to a root beer float party.

Most laps: The student in every grade who runs the most laps will receive a prize pack.

Highest Fundraiser: The student who raises the most money will receive a $50 gift card to the store of his/her choice.

Class Prize: The class that raises the most money (averaged out over the total students in the class) will win an afternoon of fun including an extended lunch break and a movie viewing with popcorn and ice cream.

Our carnival will feature several games such as a dunk tank involving several staff and board members, a sponge throw at a Jr. Higher, a bounce house, cookie decorating, and others.  Some may require the purchase of tickets.  Our raffle tent will feature several items for bidding, raffle tickets will be available for purchase at the ticket table.  The dessert auction features several decadent gourmet treats and is run by a silent bid.  Our concession stand will offer several treats for sale such as drinks, cotton candy, popcorn, snow cones, and more.  

Walk-A-Thon t-shirts will be available at the beginning of October in youth and adult sizes for $10.  Keep an eye out for an email when shirts are in stock and ready for purchase.  Sizes will be limited so be sure to buy yours early!  

Order your dinner early!

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From one 5th grade teacher to another...we love you both Ms. Fink and Mrs. Meekins!

 

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Two of the best teachers my boys ever had!

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Harvest Christian School serves faithful parents in educating and shaping students to joyfully pursue the Truth, Goodness, and Beauty found in Christ, within a distinctively classical education.

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