Posted on May 12, 2016
If we’re honest, there are many things we wish for our kids. We want them to live a purpose-filled life, experience love and friendship, continually grow in their gifts, and be honorable in all their dealings. Even more, we would hope that they would shine brightly in a dark world.
“…that you may be blameless and innocent, children of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation, among whom you shine as lights in the world…”
~ Philippians 2:15
Our AP students created shiny Silver Bottle Awards in a year-end lab to celebrate completing their exams. Great job finishing strong!
Fourth-grade students took advantage of the fluctuations in the weather to study the wind in a recent science lab.
It was such a sweet party when the pre-K-3 class held a luau in honor of their moms.
Senior Elizabeth Satterfield was recently named a 2016 WVU Bucklew Scholar. Read the rest of the story here. Congratulations, Elizabeth!
The second-grade and fourth-grade classes enjoyed learning more about our first President through a presentation by Norman Nelson (shown portraying George Washington) from the National Park Service.
Looks like the middle school track team had a great time celebrating the end of the season by playing bubble soccer at Pro Performance.