Classical Conversations Doylestown
Weekly Update - Week 24
Scripture for Meditation
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.
Plans for Next Year
As I mentioned in the opening and e-mail last week we will be moving ahead with starting a new Community in Chalfont next year. I covet your prayers and there are a lot of unknowns. We ask for your patience, and commitment as we move forward. We are in need of leadership at both locations so if you would be willing to direct or tutor, please speak to me so we can begin to get some of these pieces put into place. Please understand existing families will take priority for their first choice of location, however the group that will stay at Family of God must get considerably smaller in order for us to continue meeting there. The first priority will be for families who have older siblings in Challenge, then location preference. Your flexibility with this is greatly appreciated.
If you have already turned in your registration to me and would like to indicate your preference on location, please do. If I don't hear either way then I'll assume you're open to either. Thank you!
This Tuesday, April 12th, a bake sale will be held at lunch in the hallway near the kitchen door. Several members of the student council will be preparing a variety of baked goods. All goods will be "sold" for a donation of the buyer's choice. The funds raised at the bake sale will be used to feed hungry children who attend Cabaret Haiti Mission's schools. (https://vimeo.com/152978082).
Thank you for your kind support,
CC Doylestown Student Council
Practicum in Perkasie
Thursday, July 21st, 9am
1830 North Ridge Road
Standardized testing is scheduled for May 2nd and 3rd. Early Registration ends on April 10th. Any late registration will have additional fees added. We are in need of several proctors. You must have a 4 year degree to proctor the exam. If you are willing to serve in this way please contact Jessica Harper. https://www.classicalconversations.com/calendar/day/2016-05-02?event_state=PA&tid=2365
At Classical Conversations Testing Services, we believe that standardized testing is an important part of preparing students for college entrance exams, whether your state mandates testing or not. We take a very pragmatic attitude towards testing: The test results are not as important as the skill of test-taking, though achievement tests do provide parents with reliable data for evaluating progress in language and math skills. Each year, we offer local, on-site testing for grades 3–12 through our communities.
Weekly Student Presentation
Reflection: Share a favorite memory or five details about your year in CC.