Broken Arrow, OK Trinity Lutheran Campus
It's our last week. Mom's you did it! Give thanks to God for helping us every single step of the way this year!
"Nothing you do for children is ever wasted. They seem not to notice us, hovering, averting our eyes, and they seldom offer thanks, but what we do for them is never wasted". Garrison Keillor
"A happy family is an earlier heaven". George Bernard Shaw
For Week 24:
Keep practicing Exodus at home as well as the specific memory work your kids will be presenting.
We will meet in the Fellowship hall for opening ceremonies and then we will all walk to the sanctuary together to practice. We are not allowed on the alter at all. We will do the ceremony right in front of the alter. I will remind us all on Tuesday to stay away from the alter.
I need a couple of moms to help set up for the potluck around 11:30. We will keep lunch at 12:00.
Playground Duty - Wilson/Stephens
Suggested Oral Presentations
ABC/Apprentices: Presentation Show and Tell: Your choice
Choose anything you learned about this year in CC and tell us more about it!
Journeymen/Masters Presentation: Grammar Review (2-3 min) Choose a topic we learned about this year in CC, try to stump your class!
Practice Avoid Distracting Behaviors during your presentation.
Skill: Practice Avoid Distracting Behaviors during your presentation.
Memory Review: Review week #23 and cumulative Science and Timeline 17-22.
Prayer Requests and Praise Reports
Bethel's brother-in-laws mother or mother-in-law has cancer. Pray for healing and pray for salvation. Bethel is not sure if she has a relationship with the Lord. The brother-in-law's name is David.
Pray for Grant's grandfather Bob's body to respond well to chemotherapy.
Pray for Jennifer's grandfather (that he would get the proper care he needs)
Pray for wisdom for the Hibbets family as they ask God what there next steps are.Pray for families in our community as they look to God to provide jobs and housing.
Pray for unity among family members and strong healthy marriages.
Pray for God to lead the right people to our campus.
TCC Symphony Signature Orchestra Rehearsal
Thursday, April 14th, 6:30-8pm
10300 East 81st Street
We will also have a potluck lunch that day. Let's try to bring food related to the Cycle (African, Middle - Eastern, Mexican, Canadian, South American)
Tutors and Subs (Our campus needs one possibly two more tutors)
Year End Party
See Mrs. Robinson or Mrs. Maier for a list of what to bring for lunch.
Year Book Committee
Open Houses and Informational Meetings
Our next Open House is Tuesday, April 5th from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm.
We will have an Information Meeting from 10:30 to 11:30 am. I highly encourage visitors to stay for the Information Meeting so they can understand the "why" behind what they observe that morning. If they just attend the Open House and do not go to an Information Meeting then they may not understand the philosophy of Classical Education and Classical Conversations. Also let them know they can bring lunch and eat with us that day.
Children are welcome at the Open House! I will have enough art and science supplies ready. If you have friends that are planning to attend the Open House please let me know how many children to prepare for. I don't want to run out of Art Supplies for them.
Fine Art Resources for weeks 19-24
Art Resources: Orchestra and Great Composers
Peter and the Wolf. The different characters represent the different instruments.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ueGfjBKbiE (This is how my family learned the orchestra three years ago. It's a lot of fun).
www.dsokids.com (dallas symphony orchestra for kids has some great resources)
The Story of the Orchestra (Book)
Classical Music for Dummies
Classical Kids Collection: Volumes 1 and 2 Audio CD’s
Classical Cats: A Children’s Introduction to the Orchestra (www.hdtracks.com -- search for a discount code if you ever use this site to save around 20%)
CC's Classical Acts & Facts Artists and Composers cards (set 1)