“My meditation of him shall be sweet: I will be glad in the LORD.” Psalm 104:34
Dates to Remember
May 19—Spring Concert (6:30)
May 27—K5 Graduation (7:00)
Last Day of School for K5
May 30—No School-Memorial Day
June 1—Awards Ceremony(9:00)
Last Day of School (11:30 Dismissal)June 2—CCA High School Graduation (7:00)
June 13—Summer Day Camp Begins
Kiwanis Fishing Rodeo
This past weekend the Kiwanis held their 2016 Small-Fry Fishing Rodeo. CCA had several students that participated. Dacian Boxson won 1st place in the Most Fish Caught category with 21 fish caught. Also participating were Branden Jackson, Thomas Curry, Kayla James and Amari Cobb.
Calvary’s annual Spring Concert will be this Thurs-day, May 19 in the Calvary Baptist Church auditori-um. The evening will begin at 6:30 and will include selections performed by the Jr. High and High School choirs and many other Fine Arts selections. Come out for an enjoyable evening of fine arts per-formances.
Summer Day Camp
Enrollment for summer day camp is now underway. Calvary’s summer camp is for students entering 1st-6th grades. Camp will run from June 13-August 5 this year. Registration is $50 per child. Forms are available in the school office. For more information or a registration form, please call the CCA office.
Re-Enrollment & Enrollment
Enrollment for the 2016-2017 school year is well under way. If you have not done so yet, please go to our website, www.ccafwb.org to register. The cost is $175 until June 6 when it will go up to $225. Make sure you re-enroll soon. Remember, if you recommend a new family for the 2016-2017 school year and they stay the entire year, you will receive a rebate of $300 on your May 2017 tuition.
At CCA we want to partner with you to cultivate in your child a lifelong friendship with literature. Read-ing appropriate and well-written literature will in-fluence character development, vocabulary, humor, values, and worldview. We also want your child to be ready to learn when the school year begins. Therefore, we have required a summer reading pro-gram for each grade level for returning students. Information for the required summer reading selec-tions will be available on our website starting later this week.
Jr. High/High School Final Exams
Final exams are quickly approaching. A letter was sent home with each student with exam details. The schedule is also available in the school office. Please be aware of the early dismissal of 12:30 each exam day and that buses will not be running at that time.
We will have left over Freeze Pops from field day for sale for the next couple of Fridays. They are $0.25 each.