All School News
I trust that you and your students are anticipating a profitable and restful change of pace this summer. God has continued to show Himself faithful to His school, and I know all of us are so thankful to have completed a school year of in-person learning. It has been a year with many challenges, but so many more triumphs.
All year I have heard folks express their gratitude that we are in school. Let me go on record that it would not have been possible to have such a great year with so many successes had it not been for a fabulous faculty, stellar students, and our encouraging parents. Thank you for training your children well, and entrusting them to us. We take that responsibility seriously and want to provide your student(s) with the very best education possible. We look forward to seeing all of you again in the fall, and know it will be another year of spiritual and academic growth for each of us.
Yours for developing Christ-centered servant leaders,
Mr. Mac, Head of School
Thank you for your support and adherence to this year’s increased safety protocol, including our carpool guidelines. In an effort to keep our students as safe as possible, our current carpool protocol will remain unchanged and crosswalks will stay closed for the remainder of the year and the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. We ask that all parents remain in their vehicles and use the appropriate carpool lanes. With a busy campus, ongoing construction projects, and a multitude of special events, our campus parking lot can be hazardous for students to maneuver, especially during drop-off and pick-up times.
We are grateful for your support and participation in these guidelines.
Mr. MacDonald, Head of School
Kyle Taylor, Security Director
Campus Store – Summer Hours/New Product Line
The Campus Store will be introducing new spirit and outwear items for the 2021-2022 school year beginning June 7.
The store will be closed until June 7 and will reopen with new, summer hours. For more information and a complete schedule of summer hours click here.
CCS Summer Guide
Have questions about summer activities, office hours, or summer assignments? Check out all the news on the CCS Summer Guide linked on the main CCS website under the announcements, calendar, and store tabs – or click here!
Job Shadow Volunteer Form
We know we are blessed to have many talented, creative, accomplished, entrepreneurial, and professional Christian families at CCS! Wednesday, October 13 will be the first ever Job Shadow Day for our CCS juniors and seniors. If you’re willing to allow CCS upperclassmen to shadow at your business or place of employment, please complete this form. We would love for you to help make this day successful! If you could complete this form by June 1, we will so appreciate it.
Avoid the “summer slide” by reading this summer! We are partnering with the Metropolitan Library and their summer reading program. It begins June 1st and runs through July 31. Click here for all the details to sign up and log your reading! Prizes are awarded for minutes read!
If you can’t make it to the library for a hard copy of a book, you can get free eBooks all summer to read and log for the challenge. Check out our CCS MS Virtual Library! It has a tab for “eBooks” that links to our virtual Junior Library Guild subscription. This allows students to access new and popular fiction and nonfiction middle-grade books for free from any device! You don’t have to wait for a book you want to read! There are also links to the Metro Library with instructions for online checkout, research information, book talks, and more!
*Students, in order to access the google site library, you will have to SIGN OUT OF ALL STUDENT GOOGLE ACCOUNTS that have you logged in with your CCS email address. This includes Gmail, docs, classroom, drive, etc. Contact Mrs. Schenk with questions!