Columbus Christian School News
November 2, 2018
A Note From Mrs. Donnell
With the changing weather be aware that we will encourage outdoor recess as often as possible, so please make sure your student(s) have the appropriate outerwear for cool/cold weather. If they don’t wear a coat/hat/gloves on a regular basis, then feel free to bring those items in and hang them on their hooks for use at school. Medical professional and educators alike agree that students need the fresh air and the play time for better health and learning. Our guidelines will be published in the newsletter throughout the winter season.
Don’t forget to change back your clocks this weekend! Welcome to November. We have lots of exciting things coming up between now and the end of the year. Keep your eyes and ears open and make sure that you are checking your email, Facebook and Remind.
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Chapel Elem 10 - 31 - 18 by Columbus Christian School
Middle & High School Chapel
Topic: The Reformation
Scripture: Romans 3:21-25
Martin Luther and the Reformation Playmobil Animation video, made by Go Chatter
What saves you from the wrath of God?
Grace alone by faith alone in the work of Christ alone.
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Chapel MSHS 10 - 31 - 18 by Columbus Christian School
CCS Annual Tradition For Elementary Students
Fundraiser for Senior Trip
Register at CCStoNYC@yahoo.com.
CCS Students take a step back in time at the Simmons One Room Schoolhouse
Dinosaur Week in Preschool
Students learn about the Reformation in Computer Class
This month our CCS MS/HS will be learning what it looks like to show PEACE fearlessly. Please join us in encouraging your student(s) when they demonstrate this "focus-fruit" at home!
We are excited to see how the Holy Spirit will transform the hearts and minds of these young fruit-bearers!
Seniors learn the importance of voting
Election Day is Tuesday, November 6.
Día de Los Muertos en Mexico
A calavera is a representation of a human skull. The term is most often applied to edible or decorative skulls made from either sugar or clay which are used in the Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead and the Roman Catholic holiday All Souls' Day.
LEGO Robotics Competition November 10
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The Drama Department presents...
"You Can't Take It With You"
Show dates: Nov. 9 & 10
Doors open at 6:30 show starts at 7:00
Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students, 3 and under are free.
National Veteran's Day is November 12th
CCS is planning some special events on campus to celebrate those who fought for our freedom. Please help us honor them by sending their name, branch of service and your relationship (dad, brother, aunt etc.) to: Lori at email@example.com - and stay tuned for further event information! Combined Veteran's Day Chapel - November 14th at 9:00am.
Tim Shelton's Very Vintage Christmas - November 29th
Thursday, November 29th, 7pm - downtown at the Commons!
Free family-friendly concert, hosted by CCS to our community! Invite your family, friends and church to join us in welcoming in the season celebrating the birth of our Savior - Vintage style!
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2018-19 Year Calendar, FAQ Sheet, Volunteer Background Check, Family Covenant, Internet & Electronic Device User Agreement, Student Handbook and more.
Daylight Saving Time Ends
Sunday, November 4 - Set clocks back one hour Saturday night
Fall Back In The Fall!
PTF Quarterly Meeting
Thursday, Nov. 8 / 3:30PM
CCS Drama Comedy Program, You Can't Take It With You
Friday, Nov. 9 & Saturday, Nov. 10
Doors Open at 6:30PM
Show at 7:00PM
LEGO Robotics Competition
Saturday, Nov. 10
Scholastic Book Fair
2HR Delay for Staff Professional Development
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Veterans Day Combined Chapel
Wednesday, Nov. 14 / 9:00AM
Mid Term Ends
Pajama, Popcorn, & Movie Party
Friday, Nov. 16
Tim Shelton's A Very Vintage Christmas Concert
The Commons / Free concert hosted by CCS
Thursday, November 29
Doors Open at 6:00PM
Concert at 7:00PM
SING! at First Christian Church
Keith and Kristyn Getty writers of In Christ Alone and other
modern favorites present SING! Sunday, November 11 | 7:00pm
Keith & Kristyn Getty and their band of top Irish and American musicians, fuzing Bluegrass, Irish folk, modern and classical sounds will lead an exciting evening of celebration and singing.
In 2017, Keith Getty was honored as an “Officer Of The Order Of The British Empire” by Queen Elizabeth for his contributions to modern hymn writing. The Getty’s and their band have performed at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and London’s Royal Albert Hall. Their Irish Christmas concert has been televised to more than 45 million homes. (www.gettymusic.com)
Get your tickets now for this exciting concert at First Christian Church, Columbus on Sunday, November 11 at 7:00pm or online at www.fccoc.org (click SING on the home page) or in the office during the week.
Check them out at: https://youtu.be/bAziwc1zK-k
National Collection Week - November 12-19
Collection site: First Christian Church, Columbus
Why would I want to get involved with Operation Christmas Child?
- Helps you to be involved in fulfilling the Great Commission. Matthew 28:20
- Provides a hands-on missions project without the cost of a mission trip.
- Is fun for everyone!
- Emphasizes the power of prayer as each person who sends a shoebox gift depends on God to work a miracle through this simple act of kindness.
- Is a great family activity.
- Helps you learn and/or teach about giving.
- Teaches you to think globally, but also participate personally, by sending a shoebox gift to a child.
- Allows you to reach needy children in a personal way by including a letter and photo in your shoebox gift.
- Is a great activity for individuals and families
Looking for more information and get ideas? Visit the OCC webpage here. Check out information from Samaritan's Purse. How to pack your shoebox.
If you are interested in donating items for the FCC Preschool and Children's Ministry to pack use this wish list. To donate money for shipping, make checks out to Samaritan's Purse - shipping cost is $9.00 per box. Would you, your family or group like to volunteer during National Collection Week? Sign up here. Questions? Contact Christy Farrell.