Classical Conversations, Belleview
March 15, 2016
I hope and pray that everyone is well. I would like to remind you that NOW is the time to start making decisions regarding next year. I know it seems extremely early to begin thinking about the next school year, but we will be opening up registration to families outside of our community and I need to know how many spots to hold. As of right now, we are not in danger of filling up right away, but new people are expressing interest in our community daily.
Clicking this link will take you to the Registration Forms for the 2016-2017 school year. Please note the fees and payment terms as listed on the first page. ALL fees are due by July 20th. Feel free to contact me in regards to a payment plan option.
So Exciting! For those of you who may have missed the announcement from Neesa, Laura McDonald has stepped up to fill the role of Challenge B Director for next year! I am beyond thrilled about this! Laura and I spoke regarding this decision several weeks ago and I have been anxiously waiting the official announcement. I am so excited about the continued growth of our community.
Please continue to be in prayer for our community for next year. Please pray over Challenge A, Essentials, and some other important leadership roles that require someone to step out in faith so that our community continues to run smoothly and efficiently.
Upcoming Dates to Remember
- CC Spirit Week: The first week of April is National CC Spirit Week. Be on the look out for more info about how the Belleview community will be celebrating.
- Faces of History - Our Essentials students have been hard at work on the FoH presentations. We invite all Foundations families to stay and enjoy this special event on April 13th. It gives an incredible insight to the Essentials program.
- Week 24 Lunch - We will be having a banquet style lunch on week 24. I will provide chicken legs and a veggie and cheese platter. Please consider what you may be able to contribute. In keeping with the Faces of History theme of Ancient/Early Medieval History, we would like to keep this a "utensils free" lunch. (Think: finger foods.)