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Front row:  4th grader winners, Olivia Myers and Isabella Reisinger; Grand Champion,
Verity Stine; 5th grader winners, Julia Dimino and Jesse Beck
Back row:  7th grade winners,  Caleb Van Gouw (3rd place overall), Andrew Clancy 
(2nd place overall); 8th grade winner, Matthew Praestgaard; 6th grade winners,
Julia Myers and Brian Trayer




Christmas Program


November Blue & Gold Newsletter


1st Quarter Honor Roll 2013-2014


5th Grade

Mattingly Brummer

Madison Morrow

Anna Wolfe

6th Grade

Jeffrey Endres

 Meredith Hinthorn

Katherine Manti

7th Grade

Andrew Clancy

Alexis Morrow

8th Grade

Kaylin Kimmel

Matthew Praestgaard

Sarah Smith

Verity Stine



5th Grade

Taylor Curry

Julia Dimino

Aleya Eisenberg

Isaiah Kimmel

Ryan Kimmel

Jacob Silvious

6th Grade

Julia Myers

Daniel Pfeiffer

7th Grade

Joseph Dimino

Ethan Lucas

Noah Rasmus

Caleb Van Grouw

8th Grade

Nicholas Douglas

Elizabeth Manti

Caleb Reisinger





School Christmas Program 7:00 PM Friday, November 22, 2013

All Grades (K-8) will participate in the school program.  Parents, family and friends are invited to attend the program which will feature Christmas music and recitation and performances by the Girls' Ensemble, Boys' Ensemble, Choir and Grace Notes.


Parent-Teacher Conferences

Conferences are scheduled November 6, 2013 12:00-4:40 PM, and November 7, 7:10-8:50 AM.



Service Project 2013

This years' Service Project will benefit the Pastor Training International.

It is time to once again begin to think about our annual Service Project.  This is our twenty-fifth school sponsored opportunity for the students to earn some money for the specific purpose of giving to the needs of others.  This year we have chosen an organization called Pastor Training International. The purpose of this UK based organization is to provide pastoral training and materials to some of the world’s poorest pastors. Many of these men pastor churches on the continent of Africa. We learned of this effort this past spring when one of our missionaries visited Carlisle and told us of his opportunity to teach some of these men. David Vaughn, ARBCA church planter in France, reported,

“I have gone the last two years to train a group of 170 pastors in one denomination in Burkina Faso.  We meet in a little village with no electricity, no running water, and no toilets.  Some of these men told us that their monthly salary as pastor was $5.  Virtually all of them with a couple exceptions have to raise crops or have cows or goats in order to make enough money to live.”

Currently it costs $24.15 for one of these pastors to travel and receive a week’s worth of theological and pastoral training. I believe that it would be a reasonable goal for us to collect and send enough money to give twenty-five of the world’s poorest pastors a week’s worth of this valuable training. So please talk with your students and plan to help them find a way to earn a little something to donate toward our goal of $600 for this organization.

Local Mission:

Once again this year, we will collect canned and boxed food items.  The items will be added to the holiday food baskets that Grace Baptist Church Youth Group distributes to the residents of James Wilson Safe Harbor. 

Please use this opportunity to teach your children about the blessing and obedience of giving to those in need.  Send money to the school office in envelopes designated “Service Project.”  Please place food items in the kitchen.



Soccer 2013

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Our school is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International .