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Secondary News 1/28/19
Good Day to all.
Defender life has slowed down just a touch now that Homecoming has drawn to a close. If you did not make it to the soccer and basketball games then you missed out on some great athletic competition where our teams fought hard and demonstrated true sportsmanship through out. Our homecoming court presentation was all new and it was a delight to see our students shine. With many hands making light work the dance that followed was a great success as well. This week is full of more athletic competition as well as Senior Day for Varsity Girls Basketball on Friday.
We are in the midst of re-enrollment with 5th grade Parent Meetings, 8th Grade Parent meetings where Mr. Wingate shared an amazing amount of valuable information and will be doing the same with the 8th grade students, 8th grade meetings (with ice cream), and a New Family Open House scheduled for 1/31/19 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM. Remember to invite someone to this event as word of mouth is our best advertisement.
Mr. Goslinga hosted the Geography Bee on 1/24/19 during 7th period where our sharpest 5th grade through 8th grade students competed to see who was the master in the area of Geography. This competition requires discipline, memory, and an affinity for all things geographical. Congratulations to Kyle Miller (7th) who won after a final showdown with Jonah Duke (8th). All contestants did a great job!
Save the Date! February 22, 2019 the Parent Association will be hosting a Family Movie Night starting at 6:00 PM. More information will be coming but you won’t want to miss a movie, bonfire, pizza, and more! We hope to see you there.
In high school news; we are fortunate to be able to bring our entire 11th and 12th grade classes to Berean Christian School to hear Mr. Brett Kunkle speak on, “A Practical Guide to Culture: Helping the Next Generation Navigate Today’s World”. This event, on 2/14/19, is sponsored by Christian Schools of Palm Beach County who will also be hosting a staff development day on 2/15 where Mr. Kunkle along with Mr. Jon Stonestreet will address a multitude of personnel from Christian Schools throughout Palm Beach County. Transportation will be provided for the students and there is no cost involved. They will leave from LWC at 9:22 AM and return to campus around noon. LWC staff will be chaperoning our students.
Mrs. Keesee has begun the Middle School Enrichment Business Program where the students are working on communication skills, creative problem solving, and beginning business skills. This is an exciting addition to our school program and one that will channel the budding entrepreneur in our students.
Mr. Wingate is scheduling meetings with our current juniors to start the process of selecting classes for next year as well as the preparations needed for post high school plans. He will be holding group as well as individual meetings to answer the many questions that arise during this process. We encourage you to keep your young person in prayer as they look to the Lord for guidance in these major life decisions.
February 19-22 will be LWC’s Spiritual Challenge Week. Please keep Pastor Phillip in your prayers as he prepares his messages for our secondary students as well as our student body that their hearts are open to receive the message as we dive into the word. It is a time for the Holy Spirit to do mighty things and we are EXCITED about the potential for growth!
We look forward to continuing our partnership with you as a member of our LWC family. Have a blessed week. Don't forget to send in nonperishable foods for our Souper Bowl Drive, the food collected will be brought to Oasis Compassion Food Pantry.