Covenant Christian School Blog
A testimony of our growth..
"My family came to CCS in 2009 and, yesterday, I took a moment to walk around campus and snap some pictures of just a few of the changes that have occurred in those 6+ years.
In 3rd grade, my son waited in a carline on a sidewalk with no covering and no benches, his music and art classes were held in portables behind the main building, there was limited technology in the classrooms, and the only transportation to school events was with vans and parents.
Today, we have a beautiful Fine Arts building, smart boards and Google Chrome tablets in many of the classrooms, a bus that can be used to transport students to many of their functions, and a wonderful awning and benches for some of our sidewalk areas."
(LeeAnne leads our Parents in Prayer that meets at 8:15 am on Monday mornings in the teacher's lunchroom. Please consider joining us!)
I love puzzles...except when that final piece goes "missing!" Hours feel wasted because the final picture is left incomplete. Most of the time you can still identify the action or objects in the scene, but regardless how significant or insignificant you deem the missing piece, your eye is immediately drawn to the "hole." To me, this is a great illustration of corporate prayer. Whether you are considering the "picture" of your own life or the "landscape" of our school as a whole, you are missing out on a vital "piece" if you forego the opportunity to gather with other parents to pray for CCS.
This year you have multiple opportunities to join with other parents to pray for your own children as well as our teachers, faculty, and administrators. Parents in Prayer meets every Monday from 8:15-9 am in the Teacher Lunchroom. First Tuesday with Dr. Slater is the first Tuesday evening of the month at 6 pm in the Library. We would love to have you join either of these times just once this school year. We are missing you, and you might just discover that praying together with other parents will fill a "hole" in your own life that you didn't even realize was there!