SCS Weekly

News from Southwest Christian School - October 8, 2021

SCS BOARD WELCOMES NEW TRUSTEES


Southwest Christian School is pleased to welcome two new trustees to the board this year. Noble Crawford, Jr. and Dan DuBose have joined the current board members who have committed to encourage and promote the spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth of SCS students, parents, faculty, and staff.


Noble Crawford is a retired criminal investigator for the Texas Department of Public Safety. He is also a co-founder of HOPE Farm, Inc., a ministry based in Fort Worth that focuses on the leadership development of inner-city boys who do not have the benefit of a father in the home. Mr. Crawford also served as director of operations for the organization for more than 20 years and continues to serve on the board of directors. Mr. Crawford has been married to his wife, Willie Mae (Mae), for 52 years and they are the proud parents of two daughters and one son. They also have eight grandsons and one granddaughter. Mr. Crawford is an elder and member at Destiny Church in southwest Fort Worth.


Dr. Dan DuBose is an SCS Alumnus from the class of 2002. He is a pain management physician and the owner of D3 Pain Management in Willow Park. He and his wife Bethany (Vick), also an SCS Alum from the class of 2002, have four children who attend SCS -- Ty, Jace, Addie Kate, and Brooks. The family attends Doxology Bible Church.


To see a complete list of SCS' Board of Trustees and an ideal trustee profile, click here.

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5th Annual Clay Shoot

THANK YOU SCS FAMILY!

Thanks to our amazing SCS community, the Excellence Fund is off to a great start with the SCS

Clay Shoot, North Texas Giving Day, and other contributions bringing in more than $159,000

toward our annual goal of $350,000, which we need to reach by December 31! If you haven’t made your contribution to help stand in the gap and provide a margin of excellence not funded by tuition, please click here.

SCS FINANCIAL AID APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR 2022-23

Financial aid applications for 2022-23 are open! In order to receive an award decision by January 15, 2022, families must complete an application through FACTS Grant and Aid by November 1, 2021.


The aid application requires 2020 tax returns and W-2s. FACTS Grant and Aid may request additional tax forms, so be sure to watch for emails from FACTS. All required documentation must be submitted to FACTS for your application to be considered.


Click HERE for more information and to apply. If you have questions about the application process, please contact the SCS Finance Office at 817-294-0350.

HIGH SCHOOL RETREAT RENEWS STUDENTS SPIRITUALLY

Last week, 360 SCS students, parents, and faculty members made their way to Allaso Ranch in Hawkins to take part in our annual SCS High School Retreat. This year's retreat consisted of an intense and competitive class competition, spirit-filled worship led by SCS Worship (SCS's High School Praise Band), and powerful teaching.


Our retreat speakers -- Bible Department Head Seth Higgins, Director of Diversity Jeromy Flowers, and Associate Head of School Dr. Joey Richards -- unpacked Matthew 14, the story of Peter stepping out onto the water in the middle of a storm. Students walked through the fact that God's power is found in even the roughest waters. When the retreat came to an end, around 8 -10 students walked away with a new faith in Jesus and a salvation that will last them an eternity.


Together, with the angels in Heaven, we celebrate as God's Kingdom grew that much more with the hearts and souls of these SCS students. Retreat was truly a success and it left our kids wanting more! Thank you to all the parents and faculty members who used their God-given gifts, talents, and wisdom in serving at this year's retreat and loving on these kids.

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SCS PRESENTS THE MASQUE OF BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

SCS Theatre is presenting the first theater production of the year -- the original story of Beauty and the Beast told in the style of an ancient French Masque. The performances will take place October 16-20, at 7 p.m. nightly and a 2 p.m. Saturday matinee. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for SCS faculty, student, and seniors. Ticket information can be found on the Fine Arts page of the SCS website.

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