Enrichment Activities Abound
There are so many activities that enrich our students socially throughout our academic program. Please click here to read more.
CPR (Class Parent Representatives)
The Class Parent Representative Program is a school - sponsored program at both the Middle and High School levels. Its' mission is "Reviving School Unity in Christ through Fun and Fellowship." CPR provides the students in grade 6 though 11 (with only the Kick Off Party for the senior class) with:
Activities and parties for the entire class which are well-chaperoned, fun and safe, thereby providing a positive environment in which the students can build class unity and relational bonds.
All-class events which serve to provide a welcoming environment for new students as they enter our school family.
All-class events which also serve as the sole fundraiser for the individual classes after-graduation party. There will always be a minimal charge at all CPR activities.)
Each class has two parent representatives who are responsible for coordinating these events and recruiting chaperones for them.
To become involved in CPR:
Please contact your Class Parent Representatives and volunteer to help. It's fun, and it's a great way to meet other parents and get to know the students. Also, if you have any suggestions/ideas for future events; if you care to donate funds to cover event costs; if you can donate to cover any students unable to pay to attend events; or if you care to donate food, please contact your representative below:
If you do not know who your CPR contact is please ask the Middle School office.
Moms in Touch
Moms In Touch is a national organization offering a Bible study and prayer program for mothers who wish to support their children's school in prayer together. Our Moms In Touch group meet weekly to pray for our teachers, our campuses, and our students. This group has served as a fabulous ministry to our school family over many years.
Parent & Grandparent Event Volunteers
Events like the auction, grandparents day, chaperones for field/class trips, and other all-school events require a number of helping hands. If you are willing to serve in food service, set-up, pre-planning, or on the day of the event, please contact your school office to volunteer and get details.
Our lunch coordinator is supported in the kitchen by parent and grandparent volunteers who are typically available to serve on a rotating schedule throughout the month. Each day, about two parents help prepare lunch, serve lunch, and manage the lunch room.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
If you have a special gift or talent that you would be willing to share with our school community, please contact the main office at any campus to speak with someone about your ideas. We'd love to have you volunteer to make this the special place it is!