Newsletter November 22, 2019

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God.

I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my

righteous right hand.  -Isaiah 41:10

THANKSGIVING BREAK – FULL DAY OF SCHOOL ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25 AND NOON DISMISSAL ON TUESDAY, NOV. 26TH.  BREAK BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY, AND SCHOOL WILL RESUME ON MONDAY, DEC. 2ND.

COOKIE DOUGH CELEBRATION FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS MEETING THE COOKIE DOUGH GOAL – TUESDAY, NOV. 26 – THE STUDENTS WILL ENJOY A MOVIE, POPCORN, AND A DRINK.

PROGRESS REPORTS DISTRIBUTED – TUESDAY, DEC. 3

12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS TO BEGIN DEC. 2, 2019 – PLEASE SEE LAST WEEK’S NEWSLETTER FOR DETAILS

PRESCHOOL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM – MONDAY, DEC. 9TH AT 9 A.M. THE ELEMENTARY PROGRAM WILL FOLLOW.

ELEMENTARY CHRISTMAS PROGRAM  – The program is entitled, “Cake Christmas Acts of Kindness” and will be presented Monday, Dec. 9th at 9 a.m. and Tuesday, December 10th at 6 p.m. Both performances are the same program; they are scheduled for different times for your convenience.

SPECIAL OFFERING – At the conclusion of the morning and evening Elementary Christmas Programs on December 9th and 10th, a special offering will be taken for our faculty and staff in order to be able to present them with a Christmas bonus.  Please be prepared to help us in this area.  The faculty and staff of Mountain View work diligently during the year  to prepare your children academically and spiritually.  Please help us to let them know how my they are appreciated.

CHOIR CONCERT – “What a Beautiful Name” – Wednesday, December 11th at 2:30 p.m. 

FOOD FOR ANGELS PROGRAM – Please see last week’s newsletter for further details.

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA – If you have not returned your form to have Breakfast with Santa on December 6th, these forms will be accepted until Monday morning, November 25th.  The cost is $5 for each child for the breakfast, drink, and a picture with Santa.  The breakfast only will cost $4. The breakfast will be held from 7:30 a.m. until 8:45.

BEARS AND BUDDIES BUILD-A-PET:  The National Honor Society is sponsoring this fundraiser on the same day as Breakfast With Santa.  The child may help to make the pet and may choose an outfit with accessories for the pet to wear.  The pet will have a birth certificate.

We have a few samples in the office if you would like to stop in to get an idea of what the animals look like.  You may wait to purchase these on December 6th or place an order with the money attached before December 6th so your child can be ready to build the animal during their Breakfast With Santa.  The costs of the animals are $25 each, and the outfits are $10 each.

MVCS SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR WINNERS

We would like to congratulate the first place winners of the Social Studies Fair.

DIVISION I – INDIVIDUAL

Chase Mauritz – U. S. History

Tylin Fitzpatrick – World History

DIVISION I – GROUP

Olivia Pawlus & Arabella Holly – U. S. History

Gracie Bennett, Elisha Woods & Maddie Rader – World History

Payron Dillon & Sidney Skidmore – State and Local

DIVISION II – INDIVIDUAL

Grace Bennett – U. S. History

Braxton Keffer – World History

Peyton Bush – Anthropology

Emma Taylor – Economics

Zayne Anderson – Sociology

DIVISION II – GROUP

Isaac Gilkerson, Kole Yost, & Ashton Bess – U. S. History

DIVISION III – INDIVIDUAL

C. J. Ball – U. S. History

Evan Mandakunis – World History

Kenedy Anderson – Sociology

DIVISION III – GROUP

Colby Atkins & Corbin Atkins – U. S. History

Alex Huddleston & Nicole Gilkerson – Economics

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR FIRST PLACE WINNERS

AND ALL THE STUDENTS FOR THEIR HARD WORK!

A huge “Thank You” goes to Ms. Brenda Allen, who is the coordinator for all our fairs.  Also, much appreciation and thanks to Mrs. Kim Vicars for sponsoring the Social Studies Fair.  A lot of work, time, and effort go into the preparation of a fair of this magnitude.  We are very proud of everyone who participated!

BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 2 – 6

Parkersburg – Home, Thurs., Dec. 5 – 5 p.m. Middle Sch./6 p.m. Varsity Girls/ 7 p.m. Varsity Boys

Mount Hope – Away, Fri. Dec. 6 – 5 p.m. Middle Sch./6 p.m. Varsity Girls/7 p.m. Varsity Boys

I Corinthians 10:13 exhorts us to do all we do for the glory of God.  Mountain View Christian School is so blessed to have faculty and staff who certainly follow that concept.  Many sacrifices are made by our teachers to fulfill a call they believe is from God.  With joy and thanksgiving for each child, they labor diligently each day to express the love of God and to make an imprint that will never fade in the lives of your sons and daughters.  Please pray daily for God’s provision and anointing on their lives.

 At Mountain View Christian School are very thankful for the many blessings we have received by being able to have your children with us, and we want to wish you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving!

 

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