August 13 from 10am to 3pm.
Come when you can, leave when you need to and help us prepare our campus for the new school year!
Jobs to be done:
- Clean, weed, & trim plants
- Trim the “suckers” off of the bottoms of the rhodies
- Pick up bags of bark at Lowe’s and spread around plants
- Wash inside windows.
- Move items from the music room to the library (hand truck available)
- Dust & wipe down library counters & shelves
- Take items to Goodwill (pickup truck or trailer needed)
- Re-cement the library door entry
- Pressure wash the walkway
*we have tools available, but if you have your own, bring them.
There will be jobs for kids, too.
Wednesday, August 2 between 1:00 & 6:00PM
Come in to pay class fees & turn in additional registration paperwork as listed below:
- Class Supply Fee – $35 (K-4)
- Technology Fee – $60 (K-8)
- Consent to Treat Form
- Immunization Records
- Financial Contract for 2017-2018. First month tuition is due by August 10.
THERE WILL BE NO YEARBOOK FEE THIS YEAR!
It would be helpful if parents would call or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment during the above times. Let us know if you can’t make it in and we will mail the pertinent forms to you.
If you haven’t applied yet, it’s not too late!
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We’re looking forward to seeing you on August 2!
Join us for our annual Spring Concert.
May 24, 2017 at 7pm
We’re also having our NW Harvest Food Drive next week, so bring your donations of non-perishable food!
School Spirit Week!
February 13-17 we are celebrating our school, having some fun and raising some money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Neon Nickels Day
Wear your brightest neon and bring your nickels!
Pajama Penny Day
Don’t forget to put your pennies in the pockets of your favorite pajamas!
Dazzling Dimes Day
Donate dimes and wear something shiny or something that makes your
different & unique!
Crazy Quarters Day
Wear a crazy hat and/or socks to school today and cash in your quarters!
Team Up for Leukemia
Wear your favorite team’s jersey or colors and collect coins and dollars!
How to Build Lifelong Readers
Our upper-grade class is trying out a program called Reading Plus.
We’re proud to have some of our students participating in the Partners for Eternity program. Students earn grants to help cover up to 1/4 of their tuition while benefiting from the friendship of their elderly participant.
About the Program
Students participating in the grant-funded program perform light housecleaning and/or yard work, visit, read, play games, assist with planned facility events, along with many other responsibilities. These activities benefit the older adults with daily living and quality of life while also providing students an excellent opportunity to appreciate the value of service, foster positive mutual relationships with the elderly, and help with financing their Christian education.
This program allows participating students and their families to continue their commitment to a Seventh-day Adventist education. The academy work and elementary scholarship grant can defray as much as one-quarter of a child’s tuition. Based on the approved grants for the 2015-2016 academic year, over 1,900 families committed to Seventh-day Adventist Christian education will be impacted by as much as $2.4 million in tuition assistance with 151 qualified schools as recipients of the grant. And, through a practiced attitude of service on the part of the students, as many as 2,700 senior citizens are served currently through this grant.
Find out more about this program.
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Some of our students learning how to communicate with the new girl who doesn’t speak very much English yet. So sweet.
- 50% off the registration fee for the first 10 new families to pay the registration fee
- 25% off the registration fee for all other new and re-enrolling families
- Guaranteed enrollment
- Placement on bus waiting list if needed
Due on or before Jan 31, 2017
- $200/student or $312.50/family registration fee for first 10 new families
- $300/student or $468.75/family registration fee for other new and re-enrolling families
Due before first day of school
$105 to $225 Technology/Supply/Other Fees (estimated based on 2016-2017 school year)
Due on or before the first day of school
$600* August Tuition (estimated based on 2016-2017 school year)
$125 Bus Fee (if riding the bus, estimated based on 2016-2017 school year)
*Membership discounts and financial aid are available.
Estimated first day of 2017 school year: August 28, 2017
All student enrollments are subject to approval by the school board.
Registration fees are non-refundable.