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STEAM Nativity Collaboration

Lower school STEAM students have been exploring engineering all semester! As a culminating project, students are designing and constructing a large scale Nativity scene. Each grade will contribute a different part to the scene. Fifth grade students are investigating electrical systems and circuits to enhance the scene with light features. The final product will be on display in the school the week of December 14. Please stay tuned to our social media pages to see the design, construction, and photos of the finished product!

Shark Tank – STEAM Style!

Middle School Coding and Robotics students researched robots and robotic kits to enhance The Christ School STEAM Lab offerings. Given a budget, each student investigated a robotic kit of interest and created a presentation on why their kit would be the best choice for our STEAM Lab. They pitched their ideas to Mr. Ross, Director of Middle School, shark tank – style, presenting their findings and the reasons why TCS should choose their robot for our Lab. Stay tuned for the results!

Lions’ Sports News November 18

Basketball 

Our basketball teams are gearing up for their first games!  Let’s give them a big Lions’ ROAR as they begin competing!

Boys
First Games:
8/7th grade
Monday, November 30, 4:00 pm at TCS
Saturday, December 5, 10:00 am at Windermere Prep
6/7th grade
Monday, November 30, 5:00 pm at TCS
Saturday, December 5, 11:00 am at Windermere Prep
Next practices: Wednesday, November 18 and Wednesday, December 2, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym

Girls
First Game: Thursday, December 3, 4:15 pm at TCS
Next practices: Thursday, November 19 and Tuesday, December 1, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym.

Instilling a Love for Reading

With a passion for reading and a love of teaching, Rachel Noto inspires our students to explore their interests through books each day. “My family always says that whenever I get into a good book, I wouldn’t even notice if the house was on fire!” says Rachel. “I am excited to share my love of reading by serving as media specialist at TCS. I enjoy the challenge of finding the perfect book for a student. Seeing a child’s face light up when they find a book they love to read is one of my favorite things about being the media specialist. I love talking with students about their favorite books.” 

“It has been wonderful reading through great books with my students and unpacking some of the deeper themes and lessons with them,” continues Rachel. “Even in books they may have read before, there’s always something new to discover!”

“I also serve as yearbook advisor,” says Rachel. “I have been enjoying watching my students gain confidence as they acquire new skills and discover where their strengths lie as they collaborate on different aspects of the yearbook.” 

Rachel and her husband Michael, TCS Director of Lower School, have been married for 18 years and have two girls, Margaret Anne, a TCS 7th grade Lion, and Emma, a TCS 4th grade Lion. “I lived in North Carolina for most of my life until moving down here to Florida last year,” she says.  “Living here has been great, especially the sunshine and the heat in the winter; I don’t miss the ice and snow. In addition to reading, I enjoy gardening and spending time outside, especially family trips to the beach to look for seashells.”

“I am happy that my family is part of The Christ School family,” says Rachel. “I am encouraged by the close-knit community here and being around people who treasure God’s Word. I am excited for my girls to have a strong academic foundation grounded in a Christian worldview, along with building relationships with faculty and staff that will help them engage with their teachers later on in high school and college.”

Rachel shares her favorite Bible verse: Psalm 105:4 Look to the Lord and his strength; seek his face always.”  

Lions’ Sports News November 11

Basketball
Our basketball teams are working hard and the first competitions of the season are just around the corner. It’s Hoop Time Lions!

Boys
First Games:
8/7th grade
Monday, November 30, 4:00 pm at TCS
Saturday, December 5, 10:00 am at Windermere Prep 

6/7th grade
Monday, November 30, 5:00 pm at TCS
Saturday, December 5, 11:00 am at Windermere Prep
Next practices – Monday, November 16, and Wednesday, November 18, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym

Girls
First Game:
Thursday, December 3, 4:15 pm at TCS
Next practices – Tuesday, November 17, and Thursday November 19, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym

 

Meaningful Multisensory Math

As The Christ School’s morning receptionist, Meggen Breen welcomes our students with a cheerful greeting. Midmorning, Meggen transitions to her role as The Bridge Multisensory Math teacher. Her students benefit from her friendly disposition combined with a drive to help them reach their potential. “My goal is to make math meaningful and fun,” she says. 

“I have always wanted to be a teacher,” says Meggen. “That desire has never waivered; I love teaching.” Meggen received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and her Master of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Florida. She is also a Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner and has taught in public school, served as a reading coach and as a private tutor. 

“As a teacher, it was frustrating to see children struggle who didn’t fit into the traditional methods of teaching,” she says. “Teaching styles should adapt to student needs, not the other way around. This is why I began to pursue certifications in multisensory math and the Orton Gillingham approach to teaching reading. I want to help children who learn differently.”

Meggen is happy to be teaching in The Christ School’s Bridge program. “I am excited about developing a deep number sense in my students and then building upon that,” she says.  

She and her husband, David, have two children who are new TCS Lions this year, Erin in 5th grade and Ryan in 1st grade. “The Christ School community has been so warm and welcoming to us,” she says. In their free time, she and her family enjoy spending time together at the beach.  

Meggen shares her favorite Bible verse:
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”Jeremiah 29 11

Weather and Meteorology

Fifth grade students have been studying weather and climate, including the function of the water cycle, the difference between climate and weather and factors that impact both, the tools that a Meteorologist uses, and how different areas experience different types of weather patterns. On Friday, the students enjoyed a special visit via Zoom from Jayme King, Fox 35 Meteorologist, who took them on a virtual tour of the studio. He showed them his weather instruments, discussed hurricanes and tornadoes, and answered many questions. He also shared experiences he has had throughout his career and talked about career opportunities in the field of Meteorology. It was an informative and memorable experience!

Lions’ Sports News November 4

Our middle school basketball teams have started their first week of practice. They are putting in some hard work to prepare for opening games at the end of November. Let’s Go Lions!

Basketball
Boys:
Next practices – Monday, November 9, and Wednesday, November 11, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym
Girls:
Next practices – Tuesday, November 10, and Thursday, November 12, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym

Community Helpers

TCS first grade students have been learning about community helpers. They explored the different roles people have in our community. To enhance their understanding of how our chosen careers help in different ways, several TCS parents visited the classrooms via Zoom to tell the students about their profession and how they help our community. Afterward, our students each chose a profession to research. They wrote a paper and created a project board to display their findings. Last week, they dressed as someone in their chosen profession and presented their research to classmates and families (via Zoom). 

Thank you to our TCS parents, listed below, for sharing about their professions with our classes!  

Mr. Blakley- Banker
Mr. Rivera – U.S. Army Reserves
Dr. Fawsett- ER Doctor
Mrs. Norman – Pharmacist
Mr. Enz – Darden Restaurants, Purchasing
Mrs. Cordovano – Nurse
Judge McGinnis – Judge
Mr. Mahoney – Civil Engineer
Mr. Mixon – Attorney
Coach Oz and Coach Wiborg – Coaches

The Gift of Reading

The Christ School is pleased to welcome Nicole Hamilton as a Bridge intensive reading teacher.  “I always knew I wanted to work with children in some capacity, and God led me to teaching,” says Nicole. “I started my career teaching exceptional student education (ESE)  in the public school system. When I  became a mom, I stepped out of the classroom and started tutoring. At that time, a friend of mine went through training for the Orton Gillingham approach to teaching reading.  She explained how her students were finding confidence in reading, and how much she enjoyed watching them blossom as readers.  I knew I wanted to be able to give my students the gift of reading as well, so I became trained in Orton Gillingham. There is nothing quite like unlocking a child’s gift to read!” 

 “I am happy to be working with students in a classroom setting again,” continues Nicole. “It has been fun getting to know them and learning their personalities. I look forward to seeing how my students grow academically and spiritually.”

“Getting to know staff and faculty at TCS has been a highlight of the school year,” says Nicole. “I have been welcomed with open arms, and everyone is so helpful. At TCS, the faculty and staff participate in weekly prayer groups. This is something I have really enjoyed. Praying together for our students every week is a gift!”

Nicole grew up in Rockledge, Florida, and attended Merritt Island Christian School from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade. She and her husband, Bradley, will celebrate their 10 year anniversary next week. They have two children, Calvin, age 2, and Ila Gray, a TK TCS Lion. “I enjoy singing in a band and volunteering at my church,” she says. “I love to host parties and plan events, and look forward to doing these things again soon.”  

Nicole shares her favorite Bible verse:
My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever! Psalm 73:26

Developing Spanish Skills

Los estudiantes en los grados 3-5 están aprendiendo y practicando los adjetivos descriptivos de la personalidad y características físicas. En clase, hacen una variedad de actividades que incluyen conversaciones personales y poemas concretos o visuales. En oraciones completas en español, cada estudiante tiene que escribir un poema concreto en una forma o figura distinta que describe su personalidad y también otras características únicas. Esta semana, cada estudiante tendrá la oportunidad de compartir su poema con la clase esta semana. Su maestra, la Sra. Gaitero, dice, “Todos están muy emocionados y la creatividad y la determinación que he visto son maravillosas.”

Students in grades 3 – 5 are learning and practicing descriptive adjectives about personality and physical characteristics. In class, students are doing a variety of activities, including personal conversations and concrete or visual poems. Using complete sentences in Spanish, each student has to write a concrete poem in a distinct shape or figure that describes their personality and also includes other unique characteristics. This week, each student will have the opportunity to share their poem with the class. Their teacher, Mrs. Gaitero, says, “Everyone is very excited and the creativity and determination that I have seen are simply marvelous.”

TCS Bridge and STEAM Programs Featured in Video Series

The Christ School is honored to be featured in “A World of Difference,” a video series produced by Beacon College, located in Leesburg, FL.  Beacon College is America’s first accredited baccalaureate institution dedicated to educating students who learn differently. The segment will highlight our Bridge and STEAM programs and will feature our 4th grade Bridge students. “A World of Difference” celebrates and supports families who are navigating the journey of learning differences. Episodes examine neurodiversity issues related to learning differences from birth through the baccalaureate years. Compelling stories, conversations with experts, viewer Q&As, and interviews with successful individuals bring their experiences to life. We look forward to sharing the video with our TCS community!

Voting Rights

Eighth grade Social Studies students attended a virtual theater to watch the play, “Vote?,” presented by the Orlando Rep. The play took students through the history of voting rights in our country from rights for African Americans, to women, to 18 year-olds. After the play, class discussion centered around the role protests played throughout history as a catalyst to change, why democracy works best when it represents the most voices, and how we continue as a country to learn and grow from past mistakes. Thank you to Mrs. Jenna Stallard for providing this opportunity for our 8th grade students.

Lions’ Sports News October 28

Coach Oz and Coach Ingram

We are so grateful for our basketball coaches! Coach Oz will be heading up our boys’ teams with an assist from Coach Ingram. Our girls will be led by Coach Winrow with an assist from Coach Schuck and Coach Stallard. We are blessed and excited! Please pray for our coaches and our teams as they hit the practice court for the first time this week. Let’s Roar, Lions!

Next Practices:
Boys
Monday, November 2, and Wednesday, November 4, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym

Girls
Tuesday, November 3, and Thursday, November 5, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym

 

Coach Winrow

Exploring Engineering in Lower School STEAM

Lower school STEAM students have been exploring the engineering process. They have been collaborating with their classmates to plan and design gadgets that have a special purpose or solve a unique problem. Students have been given age-appropriate problems to put their critical thinking skills to the test!  Enjoy more photos on our Facebook and Instagram pages – and be sure to share!

Transitional kindergarten students are building a small home out of popsicle sticks and clay. They will then test the roof under ‘rainy conditions’ to see if they were able to build something in which the inside would keep dry if the outside got wet.

Students in kindergarten and 1st grade have been talking about plants and what plants need to survive. The students are working on a challenge in which they need to design and build a device that can water four plants at one time.

Students in grades 2 and 3 are working on simple machines and are designing and creating a pinball machine out of recyclable materials. The games must have a maze and utilize features of simple machines to play the game.

Students in grades 4 and 5 are designing and building aqueducts. The students were tasked to build an aqueduct that will move water from one spot to the other that includes bends and has a reservoir.

The students n grades 3 – 5 were given a budget and had to be thoughtful as they purchased the right amount of materials to complete their projects.

Spanish Immersion

Los estudiantes en los grados TK-2 están practicando los números 0-15 y todos los colores.  El lunes, aprendieron a responder a la pregunta: ¿Cuántos años tienes?  Dibujaron un bizcocho de cumpleaños con muchas velas y practicaron a escribir sus edades en español. Además de eso, durante la semana que viene, van a tener conversaciones breves con sus amigos de clase que incluyen una descripción personal, la fecha de su cumpleaños y la edad.

Students in grades TK – 2 are practicing the numbers 0-15 and all of the colors. On Monday, they learned to answer the question: How old are you? They drew a birthday cake with a ton of candles and practiced writing their ages in Spanish. On top of that, during the next week, they will have brief conversations that include a personal description, age, and birthdate.

Enriching Lessons

The Christ School is delighted to have Evelyn Salinero leading our Enrichment program this year. “Teaching Enrichment has been awesome!” says Evelyn. “In my class, we enjoy an open forum where students feel free to share and ask as many questions as they desire. We stop and ponder and discuss. They ask the best questions! Sometimes I know the answer, many times I don’t, so we research and keep learning.”

“I’ve been teaching since 2003, mostly upper elementary students in Miami Dade County, as well as in Orange County Public Schools,” says Evelyn. “Growing up with a brother with special needs highlighted for me the love I have for helping others. He is the reason I am a teacher. I knew from a really young age that I wanted to help students with special needs. When we were young, I played teacher and he was my student. In my current classroom, I teach children who thrive on extra challenges. I love to watch my students become confident learners and develop collaboration skills as they work with their peers.”

“I am a true Floridian,” she says. “I love the heat and sunshine 365 days a year! I was raised in Miami. We relocated to Orlando 15 years ago due to my husband’s career and couldn’t be happier with the path our lives have taken.” Evelyn and her husband, Efren, have two boys who are TCS Lions, Efren in 7th grade and Alex in 4th grade. “They are my world and keep me busy!” she smiles. “One of my favorite things to do is sit on the porch and watch them play outside. I also love running, exercising, and gardening. I’ve run a few half marathons and love the thrill of seeing the finish line and setting personal records.” 

Evelyn shares her favorite Bible verse:
The goal of this command is love, which comes from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith.  – Timothy 1:5
“This verse is special to me because I learned it from my nephew, Dean,” says Evelyn. “He taught me to love sacrificially and sincerely and to trust in God always, most importantly, when we can’t make sense of things ourselves.” 

 

Lions’ Sports News October 21

It’s time for some hoops! Our basketball teams are ready to hit the practice floor. 

Boys
First practices: Monday, October 26, and Wednesday, October 28, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym
Girls
First practices: Tuesday, October 27, and Thursday, October 29, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym

Please be prepared with the following paperwork prior to the first practice. 

Welcome Heather Webb

The Christ School welcomes Heather Webb as our 1st grade Teachers Assistant. Heather is from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and studied Nursing at Humber College. In 1998 she followed her passion for art and opened an International Fine Art Gallery in Naples, Florida. Heather closed the gallery in 2012 and moved to Orlando with her Husband, JW, and their daughter, Gabriella. Following their move to Orlando they were blessed with their second child, William, currently a 2nd grade TCS lion. 

When William was diagnosed with dyslexia, Heather began to search for a way to help teach her son. She found the Orton Gillingham (OG) Method of teaching. That same year, she became trained with the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education in teaching OG. This began a new path and interest in teaching. Seeking to explore this new-found passion further, Heather began teacher training at the Orlando Montessori Teacher Education Institute in 2019.

“I have taken many different turns in my life and have always loved new challenges” says Heather. “This new chapter with TCS is exciting and rewarding because I can see most personally the incredible growth a child gains when in a supportive and nurturing environment. We feel privileged and blessed to be part of the TCS family. Go Lions!”

Heather shares one of her favorite Bible verses:

“Peace I leave with you. My peace I give you. I give to you not as the world gives. Don’t be troubled or afraid.”  John 14:27

TCS Welcomes Courtney Morgan

Courtney Morgan, TCS 2nd grade Bridge teacher, discovered her love for teaching through a compelling opportunity during her corporate career. “Many years ago, I was working as an event planner at Disney,” says Courtney. “At the time, Disney had a program where cast members could teach English to fellow cast members who were non-native speakers of English. I feel fortunate to have been able to take part in that program because it led me to leave the corporate environment to pursue a career in teaching.”   

“I am happy to have this opportunity to help dyslexic students at TCS discover their strengths,” Courtney continues. “I think people with dyslexia are truly gifted and they have the amazing ability to think outside the box. Many historic and influential people, like Albert Einstein, were dyslexic. They used their creativity to make what seemed impossible, possible. I also love to read and I am excited to share that love of reading with my students. I am thankful to have such wonderful students and to work with an amazing team in a Christ-centered environment.”

Courtney and her husband, Chris, have a daughter, Ava, who is in 4th grade. “I have been fortunate enough to live in Argentina and France,” says Courtney. “As a part of those experiences, I have been able to learn new languages. I speak Spanish, Portuguese, and French at varying levels of proficiency.” 

Courtney shares her favorite Bible verse:
For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
Jeremiah 29:11

Lions’ Sports News October 14

Middle School
Congratulations to our Cross Country teams on a great season. Both our boys’ and girls’ Cross Country teams finished the season in 3rd place.  Kudos to our three top finishers, Garland Ingram, Owen Taulbee and Oliver Finkelstein.
Way to Roar, Lions!

Basketball
Please be prepared with the following paperwork prior to the first practice. 

Boys
First practices: Monday, October 26, and Wednesday, October 28, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym.
Girls
First practices: Tuesday, October 27, and Thursday, October 29, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym.

Vocabulary Bowl!

Mrs. Sheldon’s 7th and 8th grade ELA students are taking part in the Vocabulary Bowl, competing with thousands of students across the U.S. and Canada, to determine who can master the most words. What makes the Vocabulary Bowl unique is that instead of reducing the field to a small group of finalists, collaboration is the key to climbing the leaderboards. Every student who plays and learns makes an important contribution to their school’s collective achievement; the more participation, the better. The Bowl is about motivating all learners to put in the effort, improve their literacy skills, and experience academic success. The Vocabulary Bowl began on October 1 and runs through April 30.

Welcome Meredith Schott

Learning firsthand that students with dyslexia have many amazing gifts, Meredith Schott, TCS 3rd grade Bridge teacher, wanted to help a new generation of students discover that dyslexia can be a superpower. “I was diagnosed with dyslexia at a young age and was fortunate to have wonderful teachers that encouraged and supported me through elementary school. This prompted me to study education and become a teacher,” she says.  “I truly love reading and look forward to bringing a love of reading to my students.”

Meredith grew up in central Florida and now lives in Maitland with her husband Ryan, two boys, Kellen and Lucas, ages 8 and 10, and their dog, Bernie. “I went to Florida State University to study exceptional student education and have taught students in Florida for 9 years,” she says. “When not teaching, I enjoy being outdoors. I like to run, hike and bike. Because I enjoy reading so much, I am in a book club with my neighbors where we share and discuss a variety of novels.” 

“I am happy to be at The Christ School,” says Meredith. “TCS is a  wonderful Christ filled community. All of the staff and parents have been very encouraging and supportive as I have adjusted to a new school. It’s a wonderful place to work.”

Meredith shares her favorite Bible verse:
“I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.” – Galatians 2:20

Lions’ Sports News October 7

Middle School

A big Lion’s Roar to our fall sports teams! Our 8/7th grade volleyball team finished the season undefeated! Our 6th grade volleyball team finished strong playing higher grades and had an even split of wins and loses for the season. Congratulations ladies, well done! The cross country championship meet is this Saturday, October 10. Our runners are ready to chase their personal best! Let’s Roar, Lions!
Friday, October 9, is Spirit Day. Remember to wear your school colors and show your Lion’s Pride!

Cross Country
Championship Meet: Saturday, October 10, 9:50 am at Trinity Prep

Basketball  The season runs from October 26 to January 30. Practice will be:
Boys: Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:45-5:00 pm
Girls: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:45-5:00 pm
Boys and Girls Basketball Tryouts will be held on Wednesday, October 14, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym.
Please register online:
MS Boys Basketball Registration
MS Girls Basketball Registration

 

Exploring the Scientific Method

Fifth grade Science students have been learning about the scientific method. They have been working hard to correctly identify different types of variables as well as qualitative and quantitative data while conducting experiments. As an example, the students compared slope heights to determine the angle that would allow a marble to travel the farthest. Our 5th grade scientists reviewed how to properly measure distance as well as how to properly analyze data before writing a conclusion. What’s your guess? Would you use a slope made by putting a ramp on one book or two?

Student Support Spotlight, by Alissa Plaisance – September 30

In my role at TCS, I have the privilege of collaborating with therapists and specialists across multiple disciplines of expertise. It is a blessing to spend time with these folks, especially in the areas of Occupational, Speech and Language development. At times it can be unclear on what a child needs to reach their full potential. As educators, we sometimes ask, “What is getting in the way?” This is when we seek support. In October, we will host Occupational, Speech and Language screenings for our K-1 students. We also coordinate screenings for older children displaying a concern in one of those areas. If you believe your child would benefit from any of these supports, please reach out to me! 

Taking Reading Instruction to the Next Level

TCS second grade teacher, Karen Fattizi, and third grade teacher, Jennifer Raspallo, have recently earned their classroom educator certification from the Academy of Orton Gillingham (OG). They went above and beyond what is required in order to obtain this special certification. After their initial OG training, they committed to doing a practicum, with oversight from an OG Fellow, and undertook multiple observations from the Fellow for critique. They performed subsequent research on the subject, diving deep into the world of the science of reading to earn their classroom educator certification. Kudos to these amazing teachers for their hard work and dedication.

Alumni Spotlight

Congratulations to Monica Rowe, TCS Class of 2012, who has been accepted into Florida State University’s Medical School Graduate Program to become a Physician’s Assistant. Out of 2,000 applicants, Monica was one of 60 candidates selected for the program. Monica went through a rigorous vetting process including 10 interviews with a group of physicians and professors, weighing academic achievements, community service related to providing medical services, and demonstrated leadership qualities. She is in an elite group that received a unanimous vote for approval by the entire panel! After graduating from TCS, Monica completed the biomedical track at Cornerstone Academy where she was Valedictorian, was elected President of The Pre-P. A. Club at FSU and graduated with Honors with her Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences. #ONCEALIONALWAYSALION

Literary Research

Sixth grade Language Arts students are finishing a research project based off of the book A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. The students read the book as part of their summer reading requirements and have spent the beginning of the year analyzing the book using literary terms such as plot, character, conflict, and setting. During class discussions, the students asked questions about the scenarios in the book, such as “Why didn’t the Dinka and Nuer tribes get along?”, “What was it like to live in a refugee camp?” and “How did the Lost Boys survive?” which led to a research project based off of those questions. As they did research, they practiced choosing credible sources, analyzing websites for bias, and learning about the consequences of plagiarism. This week in class the students are presenting their research, diving even deeper into the lives of Salva Dut and the people of South Sudan.

Lions’ Sports News September 30

Our fall sports teams are heading into their final contests of the season. Our Volleyball teams played against Montverde Academy this past Monday. Our 8/7th grade team won and are currently undefeated! Our 6th grade team lost in a very close match. TCS Cross Country trailed behind second place by 3.5 seconds at their last meet. Great job Lions! Way to Roar!

Volleyball
Last Matches of the Season!
Monday, October 5, 4:30 pm at Trinity Prep
Next Practice:
Thursday, October 1, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym.  

Cross Country
Next Meet:
Saturday, October 3, 9:50 am at Trinity Prep
Next Practice:
Thursday, October 1 and Monday, October 5, 3:45-4:45 pm.

Winter is around the corner! We are winding down our fall sports and opening up tryouts for the following winter sports. Details for practice and games are still to be determined. Please register online.

Middle School Soccer
The season runs from October 19, 2020 to January 22, 2021
Practice will be Monday and Wednesdays, 4:00-5:15 pm at MLK Park.
Boys and Girls Soccer tryouts will be held at MLK Park on Wednesday, October 7, 4:00 – 5:00 pm.
Click here for the MS Boys Soccer Registration
Click here for the MS Girls Soccer Registration

Middle School Basketball
The season runs from October 26, 2020 to January 30, 2021
Practice will be:
Boys: Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:45-5:00 pm
Girls: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:45-5:00 pm
Boys and Girls Basketball Tryouts will be held on Wednesday October 14, 3:45-5:00 pm in the gym.
Click here for the MS Boys Basketball Registration
Click here for the MS Girls Basketball Registration

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