Spelling Bee: The 1st – 6th graders will be competing in an in-school spelling bee February 4th. Lists and rules are posted on the website under Academics/Elementary Program/Spelling Bee. The top two spellers from each class (3rd-6th grade) will compete in the final showdown at 1:00 in the auditorium. All are welcome.


Preschool-1st Grade Midterms: Midterms will be coming home this Wednesday. Please sign the bottom of the form and return it by next Wednesday.


2nd-6th Grade Midterms: A blank midterm form will be coming home on Wednesday. Please log on to Renweb and help your child complete it. Our goal is to encourage families to check out Renweb and to help students use the midterm to plan for improvement in any areas that may need work. Please return these forms by next Wednesday.



Secondary Grades: We are halfway through the 3rd quarter and grades are current in RenWeb. This would be a good time to sit down with your secondary student and check on their progress.


Rhetoric Speech Meet (10th-12th Grade): The meet will take place February 26. More details are available on the school website.


We have our secondary students evaluate each class they take each semester. Here are a few things that students had to say about Mrs. Courtney this fall:

Mrs. Courtney

-I enjoy your enthusiasm!

-Mrs. Courtney is a wonderful teacher. I wish she taught more classes for us!

-She loves history and always has a story.

-Mrs. Courtney is one of my favorite teachers I’ve ever had.

-She is very fun and surprising. She loves us.

-She never ceases to make me laugh. She is full of joy and love. If you sin and apologize, she will forgive you fully.

-I think Mrs. Courtney enjoys teaching. She is cheerful, fun, and interesting. It amazes me how much she knows that I don’t.

-She is always happy and joyful. You can walk into the classroom unhappy and come out happy.

-She is the kind of teacher I would like to be if I become one.

-She is nice, but is also strict and wants you to understand what you are doing.

-She loves, absolutely loves, working with the students.




Matt Whitling

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