- October lunch order forms – due Tuesday, Sept 30
- 9th-11th Grade – PSAT practice booklet
- Matthew Smith and Indelible Grace Concert at NCS! Each family is receiving information today and 5 tickets to sell.
- Save the Date – Tues, Oct 14th Feed the Need Kickoff
- Picture Week is next week! Part-time students are welcome to participate. See schedule below.
Today in your child’s Friday Folder, you will find the following things:
- Save the Date for our first Field Trip to Callaham Orchards
- Calendar of events for the rest of September-See attached.
- Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Walk – Saturday, September 20th-see attached.
One other small detail that we told your children this week is they can now call me Miss Bailey. Mrs. Kaitlyn Rountree will still be Mrs. Rountree. Hopefully this will help you to also know who your children are talking about.
Your children are such a delight to be with; its so encouraging to see how they are all growing and learning so much! Hope you all have a great weekend!!
Please look for the following information in your child’s backpack or attached to an email Mrs. Lopez sent today (9/12):
- 1st-8th grade boys – Boy Scouts Parent Information Meeting – Thurs, Sept 18th
- NCS Parent Prayer Team
- Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Walk – Sat, Sept 20th
Membership has its privileges, or at least that’s how the saying goes. New Covenant School took the step to become SCISA members this year and we are already reaping the benefits. As a service to their members, SCISA offers low-cost workshops and continuing education classes. On September 10th, the annual guidance workshop was held and our guidance counselor, Mrs. Angie Harmon, was able to attend. At the workshop, Mrs. Harmon was able to hear several speakers from higher education institutions such as the financial aid director at a local college, the assistant director of the SC Commission on Higher Education (she is in charge of lottery funded state scholarships), the director of SC Tuition Grants, and the head of SC Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU). They also discussed many issues such as transcripts, AP and dual enrollment courses, virtual education, and bullying. Mrs. Harmon has brought back many great ideas and will be working to share those with the NCS family.