Friday Announcements – 2/26/16

Happy Friday!

Wait Until Dark FB post

Please look for the following in your child’s Friday Folder (or backpack!) or attached to Mrs. Lopez’s  email:

  • March Tuition Invoices – Please review. Payments are due on March 1st.
  • 9th Annual Auction Letter – We need your help to gather auction items! You may use the blue business letter to seek donations from family, friends or local businesses. Extra copies are available in the school office. Please contact Jenny McMahan at with questions.
  • AnMed 2016 Summer Youth Volunteer Program (age 15 and older) – see attached


Dr. Seuss week starts on Monday! All students and faculty are invited to participate in our special dress days. Monday is Mixed Up Monday! Clothes worn inside out, backwards, or mismatched are all acceptable!

Enjoy your weekend!

Friday Announcements – 2/19/16

Happy Friday!

Family Movie Night Tonight at 6pm! Admission is FREE. Concessions will be available.
  • T-Shirt TuesdayFeb 23
Please look for the following in your child’s Friday Folder or attached to Mrs. Lopez’s email:
  • March Hot Lunch Order Forms – Due Tues, Feb 23
  • Dr. Seuss Week Special Dress Days Feb 29Mar 4


Art Show Representatives

Each March the Anderson County Arts Center holds Youth Art Month at their beautiful downtown warehouse. This year the artwork from ten New Covenant School students will have the honor of being displayed along side artwork from students throughout Anderson county. A reception for these students will be held at the arts center on Sunday, February, 28th from 1-3pm. All are welcome to attend. You may also see the display throughout the month of March during the art center’s regular business hours. New Covenant School art students from 3rd-11th grade will have the opportunity to tour the facility and admire the exhibit as part of their field trip to the arts center during March.



The artwork that will represent New Covenant School was selected by NCS staff members. All of our students have worked hard in art this year, so it was no easy task to select the ten pieces. The representatives for this year are:

Emerson Canney – 1st grade

Joseph Ghany -2nd grade

Sarah Sizemore -3rd grade

Bella Jordan – 4th grade

Eliza Mattox – 5th grade

Joseph Mortenson – 7th grade

Jacob Valentine – 8th grade

James Curnow – 10th grade

John Michael O’Neal – 10th grade

We offer our congratulations to these students! Please stop by the Anderson County Arts Center to see their work during Youth Art Month!

Friday Announcements – 2/12/16

Happy Friday and Happy Valentines Day!


Thank you to everyone who came to our Grandparents and Loved Ones Day! What a great turnout and a wonderful time of fellowship and praising God for all the blessings He has poured out on us!


LAST HOME BASKETBALL GAMES TONIGHT! Varsity Girls at 5:00, Varsity Boys at 6:15. Come out to Trinity Baptist at 324 Belton Dr. Williamston for some great basketball!

Winter Break Monday, Feb 15 – No School
Cavalier Chronicle – Click on the link to see our February 2016 newsletter
T-Shirt Tuesday – February 23
Please pick up Open House yard signs and return them to the office

Please look for the following in your child’s Friday Folder or attached to Mrs. Lopez’s email:
Family Movie Night – Friday, Feb 19
2016 Anderson Cavaliers Brochure (5th-11th) – football, flags, and cheer!

Enjoy your break!

Senior Spotlight – Adri Cabrales

013ad289fd929eb25f3f137e7317ced331d3758960Transferring to NCS my 9th grade year was one of the scariest experiences ever. Coming into a class of 8, when I was used to classes of 20-25 students was a bit of a shock for me. I was surprised by the kindness and love that I received on my first day. Everyone was friendly and greeted me with open arms. Until then I had not encountered a group of students, much less high schoolers, so willing to step out of their daily routine to welcome a new face. As my high school years at NCS progressed, I built great relationships with my fellow students. The friendships I have made here have felt so genuine, and I know they will be long lasting. That is probably my favorite thing about this small community. And, it is this small, close-knit, caring, and friendly environment that I have found at NCS, that has me looking forward to attending Lander University in the Fall. At Lander, I hope to attend the Honors College and become involved in ROTC. My ultimate goal is to graduate college with a minor in counseling and become a psychiatric mental health nurse. Given the experiences I went through in middle school and high school I believe that this is the field God has called me to be in. Through a lot of prayer and conversation I have come to realize mental health and the military are two areas that interest me. I’m looking forward to see how God is going to merge them into my career and/or life in the future.

Friday Announcements – 2/5/16

Happy Friday!


TONIGHT is NCS Basketball Senior Night! Middle School Boys tip at 4:00; Varsity Girls at 5:15 and Varsity Boys at 6:30. All NCS students in attendance will receive a free ticket for a DRESS DOWN DAY! There will be a free throw contest, door prizes, food and fun! Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for kids; $10 family max. Our home gym is at Trinity Baptist Church 324 Belton Dr, Williamston, 29697. Go Cavs!

Please look for the following in your child’s Friday Folder:
Soccer Shots sign-up information (K2-2nd) – Spring Season begins Wed, Feb 17
Book Fair – The book fair has arrived and will be open Feb 8-12!

Open House is Monday Night at 6:30 – Invite a friend to come hear what NCS has to offer!
Re-Enrollment- Forms are due Mon, Feb 8 with or without payment.
Winter Break – Mon, Feb 15
Family Movie Night – Fri, Feb 19th at 6:00pm. Everyone is invited for the showing of Disney/Pixar’s hit movie “Inside Out”. Admission is FREE. Concessions will be available.
Enjoy your weekend!