A highlight each year, our Rhetoric school presentations educate, amaze and inspire as students show objects they have created that represent the time period studied. This year, projects will reflect the Modern time period from around 1850 to present. We’ve had all kinds of projects in the past, from hand-sewn dresses to pieces of furniture to catapults to working clocks.
The presentations begin about 3:30 and go to about 5:30 on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday this week in the combined rooms 254-258. Each student presentation is about 5 minutes in length, and people are welcome to come and go between presentations. We encourage you to come and bring your young students!
A brief recap from last week:
Spring Fest Items needed/ways you can help
Our youngest students look forward every year to fun and wacky games and activities led by our upper school students in the morning. Please check this list to see if there are items you may be willing to lend. Or if you are able, here are ways to volunteer and here is a list if you can bring coolers. We appreciate your help and support in making this day a memorable one for all of our students. One last thing, in consideration of others and the small morsel-sized animals in our petting zoo, we ask that you not bring your pets to Spring Fest. Thanks!
Bonus Fun Lunch Thursday, April 26th
We’ve added a Fun Lunch to our schedule this month and that means we will need more volunteers to serve. If you are available at lunchtime and would like to serve, please sign up on our sign up sheets:
Grammar School will also be celebrating our Family Read Aloud, Lil Britches, with a book party.
2nd Grade Math Workshop tomorrow, April 3rd
We’ll be exploring multiplication and division in this co-teacher training workshop beginning at 3:05 pm. Students will have their own separate workshop at the same time. We’ll meet upstairs in second grade classrooms. Please bring quiet activities for younger siblings and let your child’s teacher know you are coming.
Memoria Press holds a contest for students who use the New American Cursive handwriting book. The deadline is April 10. Head to this link to enter and show off your lovely cursive skills.
6th Grade History Fair this Thursday
This is our second year for 6th grade students to create history projects and share them with younger students. This year’s theme is World War II and students have been working hard to create interesting projects to share.
Students will man their projects and describe them to other Grammar School students from 11:25-1:25 on Thursday. Projects will be set up in the large foyer outside of the main worship center where we have chapel. Parents are welcome to stop by if you wish.
4th Grade Math Workshop, April 10th
Watch for more information in your child’s lesson plan announcements.
Math meeting for students currently in 6th grade math
This meeting is to inform you about a couple of pre-algebra options for next year. Co-teacher and student are welcome.
April 24, rm. 245, 3:30 pm
Spring Formal (9th-12th grades) tickets are available in the office for $45 through April 6.
Watch as Augustine, Elliot, and Wilberforce house athletes work to unseat last year’s victor, Bonhoeffer, as the fittest house. Day one events will be held from 9 am to noon (with a potluck to follow!) on Saturday, 7 April at the home of the Hedderlys, 2300 Sparta Road in Belton. The second and final day of events will take place at the FBC Belton Gym from around 3:45 pm until complete on Tuesday, 10 April.
“Good ol’ a cappella”
Thursday, April 12, 2018
First Baptist Church, Belton
April 3-6 – Rhetoric School Creative Project Presentations
April 7 and 10 – ProvFit Games
April 12 – Concordia Spring Concert
April 13 – Spring Fest
April 21 – Rhetoric School (9th-12th grades) Spring Formal
April 26 – Fun Lunch/Lil Britches Work Party
April 28 – 7th grade Enchanted Rock Field Trip
May 3 – Muffins with Moms Chapel and Gathering in the Gym
May 3-5 – Spring Theater Performance (Mary Poppins, Jr.)
May 4 – Lower School (PreK-4th grades) Skating Party 1:00-3:00pm
May 10 – PreK-2nd grade Music Program during chapel
May 11 – Spare Time Trip (5th-6th grades) 4:00 – 5:30 pm
May 18 – Graduation
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