Week of October 15-19, 2018
We were very honored to include our FRCS alumni as a part of our annual Fall Harvest Dinner that was held this past Sunday. Last year’s Class President Bethanie Fletcher opened the event and passed the honor to this year’s Class President Mara Delmare for her remarks. As we daily remind our currently enrolled students, our goal is for them to leave FRCS and launch into the next stage of their lives that God has planned for them. We enjoy every moment we have them here, working with them on their education and formation. We are blessed to be in partnership with parents to support our students and guide them towards identifying and utilizing their God-given talents.
Graduation is not the end of our support for our alumni. We continue to keep our graduates in prayer and include them in opportunities like the Dinner, reminding them that they have a supportive group of faculty, classmates, and administration who encourage them to seek their dreams and to use their talents. In addition, our school is launching an Alumni Care program this year. Our current students will stay connected through cards and letters of encouragement that will be mailed with a care package quarterly to each graduate throughout their first year of life outside FRCS. We look forward to building connections and watching God grow these graduates in their new roles as well as nurture existing relationships with our current students. Together, they encourage each other to be the best version of ourselves.
The video below is just a snapshot of some of our graduates and their achievements thus far.
Mrs. Hewitt, Head of School
Ms. Ouakil, Vice Prinicpal
This Wednesday's fundraiser will go to support our SENIOR'S Missions Trip. We will be having Mac & Cheese, as well as Ice Cream Sandwiches. Log into MSW to place your order BY 3:00 PM TUESDAY AFTERNOON. We appreciate you participating in our Wednesday Fundraiser Program! Please note that we do not heat lunches on Wednesdays. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches ($3) will be provided for those that bring a lunch that needs to be heated or does not bring a lunch. All charges will go through FACTS. As a reminder, all miscellaneous fees such as field trips, planners, fundraiser lunches etc...will be charged to your FACTS account unless we specifically ask for cash for a special event.
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Students recognized for going 'Above & Beyond' are given a SHOUT OUT and entered in a monthly prize drawing.
Taylor Knapp, Emily Lunson, Michael Knight, Mara Delmare, Cole Sauvager, Taryn Henry, Buzzy Johnson, Elena Leasure, & Posey Simmons
Calling all crafters! The 4th Annual FRCS Christmas Market will take place on Friday, December 7th from from 3-5:30pm featuring hundreds of handmade crafts to benefit the Senior Mission Trip. Interested in donating your time or talent? Email email@example.com.
Snack Station and "Water Jug Challenge"
In addition to the Snack Station, the 10th Grade is taking on a "Water Jug Challenge"- students can donate spare change to help fund clean-water and sanitation projects in Ghana, Africa.
String Cheese 25¢
Fruit Snacks 25¢
Trail Mix $1
Honey Bun $1
Candy Bar/Candy $1.25
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Mark your calendars
Friday, November 16th
We will have our annual gathering and feast at 12 noon! Tickets will be going home soon.
INTRAMURALS are open to all 4th-12th graders wanting to join in after school sports games.
Wednesday only this week
Monday - Away Game @ 4:30 vs. Eukarya
Monday - Away Game @ 5:30 vs. Eukarya
Tournament on Saturday @ 9am
THURSDAY - Middle School Championship Meet at RMA at 3:45 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday - 5:00 - 6:00 pm
Keep sending in the Box Tops for Education!
Every class is in a RACE to COLLECT the most BOX TOPS!!!
Remember to label the Box Tops page, envelope or baggie with the grade level that should get the credit! Thank you for your contributions!