May 15, 2020

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School Update Video from Mr. Elliott

Last Friday, Mr. Elliott posted a video with a lot of information you want to know. The video is below and here are some of the highlights:


  • Family Service Hours will not be tracked for the rest of this year. You do not need to turn in any form for your hours. All families have FULFILLED their Family Service Hours for this school year.
  • The End of the School Year. As of May 22nd, there will NOT be any more new assignments given to students. May 26 through 29th will be the last week for students to turn in everything. Teachers will be sending emails to students/families to let them know what is missing.
  • The Last Day of School is June 3rd. We hope to have some kind of gathering on this day, but we cannot promise anything as we are waiting for the latest health restrictions. If June 3rd is not possible, we will keep you notified of a day we will distribute yearbooks and the personal items from students desks, etc.
You can submit questions on the school website.

Counseling 101: Skills to Survive a Stressful Situation ~ The Do's and Don'ts of Sleep

The winners of our Counseling 101 viewers so far are the Revilla Family, and Spiess family. CONGRATULATIONS!

GRACE TRACK MEET RIBBONS for Middle School is Thursday, 5/21/20 on Facebook Live

Coach Leger will be "Live Streaming" the Track Meet Awards the next Thursday for middle school. The schedule is below. We hope you will tune in to our Facebook page and congratulate our athletes via Facebook comments.

Thursday - 5/21

6th grade 12:00

7th grade 12:30

8th grade 1:00

Monday, May 18th is the last day to submit your Virtual Talent Show Video...

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More Project Godway Happenings!

Project Godway seamstresses and volunteers sewed almost two thousand masks for our Palomar Health Care workers and more while in lockdown! What would normally be a time we would help our middle school girls learn to sew an item of clothing they could wear on the runway turned into hours sewing masks. Lead seamstress, Delia Stucky, along with many others used their own fabric to create the masks. And the effort was coordinated by Helena Isbell who spent many hours picking up fabric and delivering the finished product to the hospital and others in need! A Huge thanks to Helena, Delia, and all the others who played a part in this!!! Thank you for showing Christ's love to our community this way!
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