The educational partnership between Calvary Christian School and families who believe in the Christian education which is provided by the school is reaffirmed each each during the period know as "Protected Registration". This process allows the school and families to make plans for the next school year, and allows Calvary Christian School and participating families to affirm the shared ministry to the students of the school. Parents' role in this time sensitive yearly process is vital because it sends clear signals to the administration on the scale upon which to plan. This impacts every area of school planning which in affects the school's ability to deliver on the mission and vision of the ministry.
Protected Registration represents an opportunity for parents to clearly show their appreciation of the shared ministry to the students of Calvary Christian School.
Protected registration paperwork will be sent home on January 15. Calvary Christian School offers families with children currently enrolled incentives to enroll during protected registration. This year, families of currently enrolled students who turn in their registration paperwork, with their registration and book fee by February 28, will not be subject to the 2014-2015 tuition and AM/PM Care rate increases of new families that enter the school. This will save our current families the increase shown in the 2014-2015 schedule.
Parents who took part in last year's Protected Registration will see the modest increase in rates because of the 2013-2014 increase that was announced last January, but will not have to pay the 2014-2015 increase.
Please be watching for your enrollment package. There will be two different forms included in the paperwork: one for families that enroll by February 28, and the other for families that enroll after that date. To be fair to all families, we close Protected Registration at 6:30 PM on February 28.
Calvary Christian School Spirit Week- February 10-14, 2014
Spirit week is here, and after the very hard winter, we have a chance to celebrate and have some fun as ourstudents and faculty show school spirit. While we can not make the weather turn to 80 degrees with a snap of the fingers, we can have a great week of school spirit. This activity has been a favorite of our students for many years, and it is a true tradition that brings fun and a signal that Spring is almost here! So read on, and make plans to get involved!
Please remember that there will be daily prizes for the best dressed person in each class on each of the five days of Spirit Week! These will include treats, dress down day passes, and homework passes!
Each day, the best dressed faculty member will receive a "Faculty Dress Down Day" Yep, the winter has even gotten to Mr. Wallace, and he says he is excited to see what teacher shows the most school spirit each day. He wants a dress down day too!
Monday, February 10- "Mix and Match Day"- Come to school dressed with mixed up and mismatched clothes! Who can come with the most outrageous outfit? Here is a great chance to be creative.
Tuesday, February 11- "Favorite Decade Day" - Get parents or grandparents to send you back in time. Come dressed in your favorite decade.... is it the 20's, 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's or 90's? Remember to be modest, but come ready to show us the best of your favorite decade!
Wednesday, February 12- "Bible Hero Day"- Pick a BibleHero and come dressed as that hero. Come to school dressed so we can figure out who you are supposed to be! This is also a chance to talk about each Biblical Hero!
Thursday, February 13- "Twin and Triplet Day"- Get afriend or two and come dressed as twins or triplets. What a great chance to share some fun with friends as you decide how to dress and act.
Friday, February 14- "Celebrate America Day"-Come in your Red, White, and Blue outfit to thank God for our nation. We are blessed to be able to attend or have a part in Calvary Christian School because of the freedom we have in the United States. Let's celebrate and thank God for His favor on our nation.
Let's make this the best Spirit Week in the school's history. Come, and have fun!
Reminder: All students who do not participate on a day during Spirit Week are expected to come in their school uniform. Please be sure to follow this standard so we do not have to send you home. Please remember your Christian testimony as you dress.