• Learning About Homelessness

    On March 30, Spencer Pfleiderer, Director of Compassion Corner, spoke to the second grade students about homelessness. He told them how people who are homeless often have no one to turn to for help. Mr. Pfleiderer explained that human beings have choices and used his life experience to show how easily one could become addicted to alcohol
  • Lions’ Sports News April 15

    Middle School Middle School Sports Celebration “Sports Celebration” Wednesday, April 15 in Lee Fellowship Hall This event is open to our middle school athletes, coaches and their families. Food trucks will be open for purchase at 5:00 p.m. Awards Celebration will begin at 6:00 p.m Let’s Celebrate Lions! Middle School Volleyball Clinic It is time
  • Disney Dreamers and Doers

    There is still time to apply for the Disney Dreamers and Doers Program!  All submissions must be returned to the Academic Office by Monday, April 20, to be considered for this award. Since 1984, Walt Disney World Resort has collaborated with local school districts to identify and recognize young people who have demonstrated excellence in their schools and
  • Apply for Disney Dreamers and Doers

    It is time to apply for the Disney Dreamers and Doers Program! Since 1984, Walt Disney World Resort has collaborated with local school districts to identify and recognize young people who have demonstrated excellence in their schools and communities. The Christ School is pleased to continue to recognize students for the many ways they are engaged
  • Lions’ Sports News April 8

    Middle School Middle School Sports Celebration Please mark your calendar for our Sports Celebration Wednesday, April 15 in Lee Fellowship Hall This event is open to our middle school athletes, coaches and their families. Food trucks will be open for purchase at 5:00 p.m. Awards Celebration will begin at 6:00 p.m. Let’s Celebrate Lions! Middle
  • Soup for Science

    What part of a plant are you eating when you enjoy a tasty carrot? Second grade students are studying botany and learning about plant identification. They are being introduced to the parts of plants and the functions of those parts. Vegetables were the key for a reading, math, health, and fabulous science lesson on the
  • Middle School Science Fair

    Congratulations to our Middle School Science Fair Winners! Many interesting and thoughtful projects were on display this year.  Seventh grade winners are: 1st place: Gabi Fatigati, 2nd place: Carrie Formella, 3rd place: Savannah Partlow, and 4th place Addie Marlett. Eighth grade winners are: 1st place: Karly Evans, 2nd place: Logan Kimble, 3rd place: Gracie Blastic, and 4th place: Nicholas Millard.  Kudos to Best
  • Learning About Elections

    Mrs. Lasseter’s K-2 students are learning about elections. They are practicing their lessons as they vote for their favorite Florida Reading Association picture book. During the year, they heard eight specially selected picture books. This week, they are voting in the state election for the Children’s Book Award, helping choose the winning book! As part
  • Lions’ Sports Update April 1

    Middle School Save the Date Middle School Sports Celebration Please mark your calendar for our “Sports Celebration” Wednesday, April 15 in Lee Fellowship Hall This event is open to our middle school athletes, coaches and their families. Food trucks will be open at 5:00 p.m. Awards Celebration will begin at 6:15 p.m. Let’s Celebrate Lions!
  • Talking to Strangers

    TCS 8th grade students recently discovered that sometimes its okay to talk to strangers. The students conducted Man-on-the-Street interviews with individuals they encountered downtown. Four civics questions were posed. This activity was a review of Social Studies content the students learned earlier in the year, as well as a unique way to sharpen their social skills and engage in