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Middle School News
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The Middle School Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Huddle held their first meeting with more than 50 students in attendance. They enjoyed a time of Christian fellowship and games with sponsor Mrs. Lisa Forbes. They meet the second and fourth Tuesday of each month during lunch.
Head of School Scott Jones Wants to Hear From You!
You are invited to share your hopes and dreams for Westminster Christian School with WCS Head of School Scott Jones and other school families at an upcoming "Time to Share" session. Be prepared to share your thoughts on two questions: 1) What do you hope never changes about WCS? and, 2) What are your dreams for our school?
Middle School students honored the service and sacrifice of veterans at their Annual Veteran's Day Chapel. Marine Lieutenant Commander Hope Irvin, mother to Sedrick Irvin '23, and Army Corporal Cesar Lastra, WCS grandfather to alumna Sophia Gonazlez '17, and current WCS students Caro Gonzalez '19, Bella Gonzalez '23, and Gaby Gonzalez '26, addressed the students and discussed the importance of this American holiday.
The middle school students met the library’s 150,000 Page Reading Challenge by reading over 195,000 pages! Students enjoyed ice cream sundaes served to them by the library staff. The top ten readers won certificates and prizes for their reading accomplishments.
The upcoming "Parenting A Warrior" series begins on Mon., Oct. 1 and will study the book, "Bully Nation: Why America's Approach to Childhood Aggression is Bad for Everyone." This important topic will be covered over five weeks and will be led by PS/ES Counselor Kim Brigham and MS Counselor Yeni Dumas. The meetings will take place in the SAC from 8 AM - 9 AM. To pre-order the book, contact Kim Brigham at email@example.com.