Newsletter 10/9/2020

Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go. -Joshua 1:9

REMINDER: No one is to enter the building without first having your temperature checked and wearing a mask. Thank you for your cooperation as we are trying to keep our staff, faculty, and students safe.

YEARBOOK ORDERS: If you are interested in purchasing a MVCS 2019-2020 yearbook, the order forms must be returned to the school by October 15. The cost of the yearbook is $25.

PROGRESS REPORTS: OCTOBER 15, 2020

ANNUAL COOKIE DOUGH PROJECT: The cookie dough, coffee, and Snack-a-licious (popcorn, pretzels, etc.) forms were sent home with your child earlier this week. Your completed orders must be turned in to your child’s teacher by Friday, October 16th with the money attached. Your orders will be ready to be picked up at school on Friday, November 20th.

FALL CELEBRATION DAY – OCTOBER 23, 2020 – This will be a special day during school for students in Preschool through sixth grade. The children may dress up like their favorite animal to wear to school.

Please make sure the costume is comfortable to wear and will be easy to manage when going to the restroom.

We will also be doing fall projects in class on this day.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ANNOUNCES OFFICERS: The National Honor Society is happy to announce the result of the election of officers for 2020-2021. This is the first time in many, many years that a secret ballot was taken for all four positions since two or more were nominated for each office. The slate of officers for 2020-2021 are as follows:

President – Kenedy Anderson Vice-President – Colby Atkins

Secretary – Alex Harwood Treasurer – Corbin Atkins

THANK YOU FROM MVCS: While keeping you informed of our upcoming events and announcements, we also want to express our appreciation for all your support and prayers for MVCS. We are blessed to be in this beautiful mountain setting where our students can learn in an environment where the Spirit of the Lord is welcome. We believe this makes all the difference in the education of these children. They are in a place where they can be taught and, at the same time, can be happy and enjoy their school experience. This has been our goal from the beginning. Is our school free of problems? Of course not, but the Lord gives us in His Word the keys to work through everything we face. Thank you for allowing us to help in educating your children and for working with us.

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