Columbus Christian School News
October 19, 2018
A Note From Mrs. Donnell
We hope that everyone enjoyed their Fall Break! Most of our CCS students and staff came back quite refreshed and ready to start a new 9 weeks! As we begin the Fall Season I thought it would be neat so learn some fun facts about fall. See below.
The largest squash on record to-date belonged to Joel Jarvis from Port Elgin, Ontario. His prize-winning gourd weighed 1,486.6 pounds. Think about how much butternut squash soup could be made with that!
When leaves change colour in the fall, they are actually becoming their true colour. In the summer, the chlorophyll (which is how the leaves receive nourishment from the sun) takes over and causes them to turn green and hide their colour.
Pumpkins are grown all over the world: six of seven continents (all except Antarctica), to be exact. Love pumpkin pie? The largest ever made was in New Bremen, Ohio—it was 20 feet in diameter and weighed 3,699 pounds! It took days to bake, but was cut into 5,000 slices when it was finished.
Bobbing for apples
Although this is a popular game that kids and adults play at Halloween, it actually started as a British courting ritual. Every male was assigned an apple and then the young eligible ladies would bob for them, hoping to grab the apple of their beloved.
Topic: We all have sin and have committed sin.
Scripture: Isaiah 1:18, Isaiah 43:25, Ephesians 1:7, 1 John 1:7, Ephesians 4:32
Columbus Christian School
Chapel Elem 10 - 17 - 18 by Columbus Christian School
Middle & High School Chapel
Topic: "Who is to Condemn Us?" The Incredible News of the Gospel!
1. Where do you think you will go when you die?
2. If you did die tonight and stood before God and He asked you "Why should I allow you into Heaven?" What would you say?
Fundraiser for Senior Trip
Register at CCStoNYC@yahoo.com.
Pre-K Field Trip
Photo credit: Miranda Fleeharty
Photo credit: Kaila Short Photography
STEM NIGHT FUN!
Beautiful prayers written by First Grade students!
This month our CCS MS/HS will be learning what it looks like to show JOY 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!
Great Season, Varsity Volleyball Team!
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.
CHANGE IN PICK-UP LINE
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org - and stay tuned for further event information! #ccscelebrates #ccsfearless
SAVE THE DATE: November 29
Mark your calendars for this Christmas concert on Thursday, November 29th, 7pm downtown at the Commons!
CCS is gifting this free family-friendly concert 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! Here’s a little taste...
How's the transition going?
CCS Before School Care (K-12th grade)
CCS Before School Care (K-12th grade)
Before-School Care hours are 7:00 am - 7:30 am Monday-Friday. Mr. Brian Buterbaugh is volunteering his time as part of his ministry to the youth of CCS. Free-will donations may be paid to Mrs. Tammy Harvey in the main office.
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Heading back to school is an exciting time of year for students. As students go back to school, it is important that they eat healthy, stay active, and are up to date on their immunizations. The Bartholomew County Health Department would like to help you make sure your child is up to date. Call 812-379-1555 option 1 to check immunization status and make an appointment. Publicly funded program for those uninsured and underinsured to receive immunizations at no charge. Most insurances also accepted. Click here to view the 2018-19 Required & Recommended School Immunizations.
Theresa Forkert RN
Bartholomew County Health Department
2675 Foxpointe Drive Suite B
Columbus, IN 47203
812-379-1555, Ext 1 (office)
2018-19 Year Calendar, FAQ Sheet, Volunteer Background Check, Family Covenant, Internet & Electronic Device User Agreement, Student Handbook and more.
Wednesday, October 24
Thursday, November 1
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
Mid Term Ends
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
Basketball & Beyond
First Christian Church's basketball league is open to boys and girls currently in grades 1-6.
We are offering open gym to boys & girls in grades 4-6 for you to blow the dust off of your basketball and prepare for the upcoming season.
Open Gym - Saturday mornings 8:00-10:00
- October 20
- October 27
Questions? Email the leadership team email@example.com.