A.C.E. Adventurers

November Update

Hello A.C.E. families!

We hope that November finds you well and enjoying this wonderful season of Fall! We have certainly been busy here at A.C.E. as we finished up our visit in South America and have moved onto Western Europe!


Fruit of the Spirit - Goodness

Bible Verse - "Those who are generous are blessed for they share their bread with the poor." (Proverbs 22:9)

Special Days

  • 8th - Springboro conferences - No School, A.C.E. in sessions for full day (Must register with Jody, sign ups will end November 1st)
  • 20th - Early Release from Springboro Schools
  • 27th - Thanksgiving Break - No Springboro School, A.C.E. in session for full day (for registered students only, must sign up by November 1st)
  • 28th -29th - Thanksgiving Break - No Springboro Schools, NO A.C.E.


We will celebrate Veteran’s Day, the story of Thanksgiving and explore some of the beauty of Western Europe - French food and the Eiffel Tower plus much more! And, of course, wonderful Bible stories!

Snack Menu

November 4th - 8th

Monday - Parfaits with bagels

Tuesday - AM - Toast Tuesday PM - Mac & Cheese with cucumbers

Wednesday - Salad

Thursday - AM - Scones (England) PM - Fall trail mix

Friday - Sweet potato casserole with Pretzel Sticks

November 11th - 15th

Monday - Butter noodles with steamed glazed carrots

Tuesday - AM - Toast Tuesday PM - Shepherds pie (Ireland Dish)

Wednesday - Chicken noodle soup with carrots

Thursday - AM - Bagels PM - Banana Bread with smoothies

Friday - Chili and cornbread

November 18th - 22nd

Monday - Waffle sticks with fruit

Tuesday - AM - Toast Tuesday PM - Apple tart with croissants (french dish)

Wednesday - Breakfast burritos with smoothies

Thursday - AM - Crepes (French breakfast dish) PM - Homemade mashed potatoes with green beans (Thanksgiving dish)

Friday - Walking tacos with carrots

November 25 - 26th

Monday - Chicken patties with apples and caramel

Tuesday - AM - Toast Tuesday PM - Corn Casserole with rolls and fruit (Thanksgiving dish)

Wednesday (AM) - "turkey" cinnamon rolls with fruit



This is the start of a very busy giving season. There are a lot of ways to give. Please do not feel obligated, but if you are interested in helping the following are opportunities we are focusing on:

Stockings/ Stocking Stuffers- We will be collecting stocking stuffers to give to the UMC Children’s Home, info will come soon on specific needs. Our Parent Connection will help to fill the stockings and prepare them for delivery as part of our December missions.

Giving Tree- Our Giving Tree will be up soon. The Giving Tree helps sponsor 60 area children for Christmas through the food pantries. A tree will be in the main hallway with “ornaments” on it representing children’s needs/wishes. Each ornament will contain 5 pieces: 1 for clothing, 1 for shoes, 1 for hats/mittens, 1 for underwear/socks and 1 for a special wish. There is a sign out book by the tree and you may sign out 1 or more pieces of the ornament (ex.- you may want to only purchase the shoes, or the toy, or maybe you take all of the pieces and sponsor the whole child)

New and/or Gently Used toys- There will be a table in the main hallway to collect these items. Please place new toys on the top of the table and gently used toys underneath (please do not bring toys that are broken or have pieces missing). These toys are used by the local food pantries to give to families who did not sign up in time to be on the Giving Tree.

Thanks so much for all of your support and help. This season is full of hope, peace, love and joy. It can also be full of stress. By helping others you will be helping to relieve some of the stress that the holidays can bring. Of course, this is all optional! The last thing we want to do is add stress to you! If you are able and willing to help in any way- THANK YOU!