Post by Tom Rietkerk, SCS School Board President from the 2016 Presidential Report
Senior Night! The high school basketball teams host Concrete for games on Wednesday, February 1st.
- Boys' Junior Varsity plays at 4:30 pm.
- Girls' Varsity plays at 6:00 pm.
- Boys' Varsity plays at 7:30 pm.
Posted by: Andrea Grafmiller, SCS School Counselor
As the school counselor, I think it is important to interact with students in the classroom and teach them skills for coping with problems at school or at home. This year, I visited each of the elementary classrooms to teach the students about Kelso’s Choices. Kelso is a frog puppet that helps me teach the students about how to solve their own small problems. First, I help students understand the difference between small problems and big problems. A big problem is when a student feels scared or there is a risk of someone getting hurt.
Its that time of the year . . . time to be thankful for our creative First Graders and their Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes. Thanks to the help of Juanita Bunch (recipe scribe) and Jay Faber (recipe illustrator), the 26th edition of this tradition is ready for your enjoyment. Yes, the First Graders at Shoreline Christian have been trying to cook turkeys since 1990. Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Faber and the Class of 2028. Read more >> about SCS First Grade Turkey Recipes
The final concert AND our only art show of the year are coming on Friday, June 9. Join us for a fun night of celebrating students musical and artistic gifts grades 4-12.
Art students will be hosting the show beginning at 5:30 pm. The concert begins at 6:00 pm. Both events will be held in the church across the parking lot (please note the change in location!). The art show will be open again immediately following the concert. Read more >> about Spring Pops Concert & Art Show
I wish we could bottle all the enthusiasm and excitement from the start of our school year so that I could release it in small doses later in the year. New clothes, new faces, new school supplies, and renewed attitudes all blend together to generate a liturgy of praise. This continues into the school picnic where the simplicity of sharing a grilled hotdog with old friends and new acquaintances becomes an opportunity to worship within the ecosystem that supports the Christian formation of our children.