Friday Announcements – 9/30/16

Happy Friday!

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Please look for the following in your child’s Friday Folder or attached to Mrs. Lopez’s email:
  • School Picture Order Form – Please complete a form for each child and send in on picture day. Make checks payable to Erin Drago Photography.
  • Kick-off with a Cook-off – Do you make a mean pot of chili?? This year, to add some “spice” to our Feed the Need Kick-off, we are adding a fun competition with a chili cook-off. If you are interested in entering the cook-off please complete the registration form or contact Jenny McMahan at 864.353.4506 or jennymcmahan05@gmail.com.
  • Original Works (Preschool – 5th Grade) – In the next few weeks, your child will be creating their own special artwork and you will have the opportunity to order a variety of items featuring their work. More info coming soon!
Announcements/Reminders
  • Box Tops – The PTO will be collecting box tops on Monday, Oct 3! Please send them in a bag, labeled with your child’s name.
  • Parent Prayer Meeting Tues, Oct 4th at 8:15 in the school office.
  • PTO MeetingWed, Oct 5th at 8:15am in the Library
  • All School Chapel – Please join us on Fri, Oct 7th at 9:00am in the sanctuary for our first all school chapel of the year.

Friday Announcements – 9/23/16

Happy Friday!

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Tonight! Anderson Cavaliers Homecoming at Old McCants Field – JV 5:30 and V 7:30 
Tomorrow! 9:00am Mito Walk at AnMed Health Campus

Please look for the following in your child’s Friday Folder or attached to this email:
  • October Lunch Forms Due Tues, Sept 27th. Please fill out a separate form for each child. Additional copies are available in the office. Payment is due with the form.
  • Spirit Week Special Dress DaysSept 26th – 30th
  • Save the Date! Feed the Need Fundraiser Kick-Off Event Tues, Oct 18th at 6:00
Announcements/Reminders
  • Save the Date for Picture Days! Preschool – Oct 10th, Lower School – Oct 12th, Upper School – Oct 13th. Look for more info next week!
  • Important! If you have not already done so, please follow this link https://ez-alerts.com/app/searchContactCustomer/1254 to enter your contact information in EZ-Alerts. We want to be able to instantly contact all families in case of an emergency.
  • Box Tops – Remember to clip box tops and turn them in to your child’s teacher. When you purchase participating items at Sams we could earn 100 EBOXTOPS! Learn more at SamsClub.com/BoxTops and enter school code: 592568.
Enjoy your weekend!

Inaugural Cross Country Team!

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Last year, New Covenant School successfully began a basketball program by offering varsity and junior varsity teams for both boys and girls. This year our school is looking to capitalize on the successful athletic endeavor last year by adding varsity cross-country teams for boys and girls. Cross-country is an extremely fun and engaging sport. Students in grades 6th through 12th are eligible to be part of this year’s team. Cross-country is a sport in which kids race 3.1 miles through fields, up and down hills, through woods, and on trails to see who can run the fastest.
Mr. Joe Canney, our school’s Headmaster, is coaching this year’s team. Coach Canney was once a runner himself and has recorded personal bests ranging from a 15:51 5K to 2 hours 34 minutes for the marathon. Additionally, he has previously started two very successful youth running teams.
This season, the New Covenant School cross-country teams (boys and girls) will compete in at least five meets and they will culminate their season on October 15 by competing in the SCACS State Cross Country Meet.
Coach Canney reports that there are 20 athletes on this year’s squad who are all working very hard and have extremely good attitudes about the work that it takes to be a great cross country runner.
The team has fully embodied Coach Canney’s motto of ‘Run On’. The ‘Run On’ motto perfectly captures what it takes to be great at the sport of cross country; when athletes come across difficult days or barriers, they must persevere and ‘Run On’. That is exactly what this year’s squad has done and in doing so they are bringing glory to the Lord.
The New Covenant School community is encouraged to support our newest athletic teams by praying for the athletes and their coach along with looking for opportunities to come out and view a meet to cheer our runners to ‘Run On’!

Friday Announcements – 9/16/16

Happy Friday!

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Please look for the following in your child’s Friday Folder:
  • Berry Acres Field Trip Permission Form (K4-5th grade)
Announcements/Reminders
  • T-Shirt Tuesday, Sept 20 – T-shirts are available in the office.
  • Parent Prayer MeetingTues, Sept 20 after drop-off in the school office conference room
  • Green and JeansFriday, Sept 23 – Wear green for Mitochondrial Disease Awareness and in memory of Samuel Cutliff.
  • Mitochondrial Disease Awareness WalkSat, Sept 249am at AnMed Health Campus
  • Barn Dance (8th-12th grade)Fri, Sept 30 – Tickets ($10) are available in the office.
Enjoy your weekend!

Senior Story – Brooke Carver, Class of 2017

12234888_10208439817659532_4569376819879386107_nI attended New Covenant from first to third grade. I transferred to public school, but in eighth grade, the curriculum finally got to me. I had been learning a lot from New Covenant’s youth group and what I was being taught there was different than at school. I thought it unbeneficial to be taught one thing at school yet know it is not valid at the same time. One day at church, Mr. Canney started to talk to me about my plans for high school. I told him that I really wanted to go to New Covenant, but I didn’t know how because of the cost. He seemed surprised that I directly told him this.
This is my fourth year back at New Covenant and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Even though I knew most of the people from elementary school, it was still scary to start over. I shouldn’t have worried, for the teachers and the students are so welcoming and loving. They truly care for you and all your endeavors.
New Covenant’s education is so rich. Omnibus with Mr. Aubry and Mr. Canney made me think for myself on a lot of hard questions. Although it was not always easy for my family money wise at times, no one has ever pushed me away, but instead blessed me and helped my family. New Covenant has been so gracious and loving to me. When you come to New Covenant it becomes your home, partly because you’re there all the time and because New Covenant is a family.
I plan to continue my Christian education at either AU or Covenant where I’ll study Business and Spanish. I am eternally grateful for all the teachers that have invested in me and sharing the wonderful gospel to me, my mother for allowing me to have a Christian education, and my friends for loving me and making me apart of the family.

Cavalier Chronicle – September 2016

Greetings from New Covenant School,

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Please follow the link below to view the September edition of our newsletter, The Cavalier Chronicle:
In this issue you will find information including:
  • New! Cross Country Team
  • Preschool Update
  • Senior Spotlight
  • Upcoming Events
The Cavalier Chronicle is a great way to find out what is going on with New Covenant School and to let others know.  If you would like for us to add anyone to our distribution list (grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends, Pastors, etc…) please email us at school@ncchurch.net.
Enjoy!

Friday Announcements – 9/9/2016

Happy Friday!

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NCS XC Races at Eye Opener Invite with 84 other schools from across the region!
Announcements/Reminders
  • Parent Prayer MeetingTues, Sept 13 at 8:15am
  • Soccer Shots (K3-3rd) – Fall Session begins Wed, Sept 14
  • Barn Dance (8th-12th) Fri, Sept 30Tickets are available in the school office.
  • T-Shirts are available in the school office.
  • Upcoming CAVS home games at Old McCants Stadium, 101 S. Fant Street – Tickets are $5 adults, $3 students, under 6 free – Family max $15 Concessions available.
                             9/16 – V @ 7:30 pm
                             9/23 – JV @ 5:30, V @ 7:30 HOMECOMING – Tickets for dinner plates are available through Cavalier football players and in the school office through Fri, Sept 16. $20 Smokin’ Pig BBQ plate or $10 Chick-Fil-A plate. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Calvary Home for Children.
                             10/1 – JV @ 4:00, V @ 6:00
Enjoy your weekend!

Friday Announcements – 9/2/16

Happy Friday!

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Please look for the following in your child’s Friday Folder or attached to Mrs. Lopez’s email:
  • Family Movie Night – Fri, Sept 9 at 6pm in C-108 – Bring the whole family to see The Incredibles. Admission is FREE. Hot dogs and snacks will be available for purchase.
  • Soccer Shots Sign Up Info (K3-3rd Grade) – The fall season begins Wed, Sept 14.
Announcements/Reminders
  • NO SCHOOLMon, Sept 5
  • PTO MeetingWed, Sept 7 at 8:15 in the library
Enjoy the long weekend!