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Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month began on September 15 and continues through October 15. It is a wonderful time to appreciate and celebrate the various contributions and cultural diversity of our Spanish-speaking community! TCS Middle School Spanish students are being introduced to the importance of this month by watching an informative Hispanic Heritage Month video in both Spanish and English. The students will explore, research and learn more about famous people of Hispanic heritage who have positively impacted our community, as well as learn more about the diverse traditions, food, dialect and music found throughout the Spanish-speaking world.

Lions’ Sports News September 18

Middle School
Volleyball
Next Matches of the Season:
Silver Team
Saturday – September 21, 9:30 am at Windermere Prep
Monday – September 23, 6:30 pm at Orangewood Christian
Gold Team
Monday – September 23, 4:30 and 6:30 pm at The Christ School

Cross Country
Next meet is Tuesday, September 24 at Trinity Prep.
Girls start at 4:30 pm, Boys start at 5:00 pm.

MS Flag Football
Next Games:
Friday, September 20, 5:00 pm at Lake Mary Prep
Monday, September 23, 5:00 pm at Trinity Prep

Fellowship of Christian Athletes
For those who have turned in the FCA application, your first meeting will be Wednesday, September 25, 11:59 am during Paws and lunch in room B12.  Please bring a non-microwavable lunch and your fresh ideas.

Lower School
Volleyball
4th and 5th grade volleyball Next matches:
Saturday, September 21, 11:00 am at Faith Christian.

Flag Football
Next games Under the Lights:
Friday, September 20, 7:00 pm (3/4 grade) and 8:00 pm (5/6 grade) at Showalter Field.

Soccer Shots
Next class is Thursday, September 19, 3:30-4:05 pm on the green space.

Flag Football Clinic
Our first class of the six week session will begin on Wednesday, September 25, 3:30-4:10 pm on the green space.

 

A Love of Language

The Christ School is thrilled to offer our new Spanish Immersion program this year with our amazing teacher, Roslynn Gaitero. “My family is from a beautiful town in the south of Puerto Rico called Ponce,” she says. “I have lived throughout Puerto Rico, including Condado, Guaynabo, Dorado, and Humacao. My family and I have also lived in Potomac, Maryland, and Palm Beach, Florida. I have taught Spanish, English, and ESL for about 10 years in Maryland, Puerto Rico and Florida.”

“I have a beautiful 15-year old daughter named Haley,” continues Roslynn. “A fun story that I can share is that while living in Dorado, Puerto Rico, my daughter and I were cast to be extras in a Beyonce video!  We met the singer and her daughter as well. A few fun facts about me are that my favorite color is pink and my favorite candy is anything gummy – gummy bears, gummy worms, you name it!  Also, I LOVE to sing. I sing all of the time at church, karaoke, on Smule, at home, driving, anywhere and everywhere possible.”

“Language is a gateway to appreciating your own heritage and the many cultures we find throughout our community,” she says. “Spanish and English are the languages I speak at school and at home, however, I have also studied Arabic, Urdu, Russian, Korean, among other languages. The best part about teaching students a new language, whether it is English to native Spanish speakers, or Spanish to students whose mother tongue is English, is the journey of exploration. Students are genuinely curious, excited and eager to learn a new culture and language. It always amazes me how much they truly pick up in a short period of time.  By incorporating lessons where students are immersed in language, students put more effort into listening and attempting to understand. Before they know it, they are able to understand more. I look forward to seeing their growth as they learn Spanish and become more fluent speakers.”

Roslyn continues, “The smiles of students truly make me happiest as a teacher! Learning a new language can be frustrating and rewarding at the same time. Students usually experience a bit of both of those emotions because learning a new language takes consistent effort and patience. It is so rewarding when students begin to recognize their accomplishments and growth.”

“I am enjoying being a teacher at TCS,” says Roslynn. “TCS is a welcoming and warm community. The students’ smiles and energy make each day amazing! One of my favorite parts to the day is chapel. I love singing and praying to start the day!”

Roslynn shares her favorite Bible verse:
Matthew 17:20: Jesus said, Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith like a grain of mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.

“If you take the time to actually look up the size of a mustard seed, the verse is a testament to how powerful true faith can be within our lives,” she says.

Weather Exploration Emphasizes the 4Cs

Second grade students are exploring the science of weather. They are learning about the water cycle, severe weather, and weather safety. On Monday, the students worked in small groups to develop a tornado safety plan for school and then presented their ideas to the class. This was a wonderful opportunity to work on their 4C skills: collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and creative problem-solving. Through this unit of study, the students are reading books on weather topics and learning about key features of an informational text such as how to identify the main idea and supporting details. These skills will be used to write a report about severe weather.  To further their study of weather, the students will conduct science experiments to expand on weather concepts and to develop an understanding of the scientific method.

A Warm Welcome

We are happy to have Mrs. Megan Hoyer join The Christ School this year as 7th and 8th grade Social Studies Teacher. “I love teaching Middle School,” says Megan. “I love being able to see different students throughout the day. Every class and every day are different which makes each day interesting.”

Megan continues, “I have always been drawn to the stories of history, and I love to pass my passion for history to my students. This year marks my 10th year as a teacher! I am enjoying getting to know all of my TCS students, and am excited about all that we will do together this year.”

“It is great to be a teacher at TCS!” she says. “Every staff member is so positive. It’s a great place to come to every day!”

Megan has been married to her husband Ben for almost 17 years. “We have three children,” she says, “Wesley who is almost 12, Ellie who is 10, and Hazel who is 4. My husband and I love to take adventure trips together. My favorites thus far have been hiking the Grand Canyon and running a half marathon in Zion National Park.”

Megan shares her favorite Bible verse: Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes?  Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life? – Matthew 6:25-27

Enriching Experiences

Every nine weeks, TCS enrichment students dive deep into a new topic. They started this school year exploring “force and motion at the carnival.” Students are developing an understanding of Newton’s laws of motion as they complete weekly STEAM challenges. Each challenge requires students to use the engineering process of asking, planning, creating, improving, and reflecting. So far, students have collaborated in teams to design roller coasters with drops and loops, built zip lines by creating the best angle and using materials that cause the least amount of friction, and participated in a challenge to construct a car out of a water bottle that can be propelled by a balloon. It has certainly been a thrilling start to enrichment this year!

Exploring the Scientific Method

TCS 4th grade students have been exploring the Scientific Method and how scientists conduct experiments to test hypotheses and answer questions. The students conducted an experiment to test whether Skittles dissolved faster in hot water or cold water. Ask a TCS student for the results!

Lions’ Sports News September 11

Middle School
Volleyball
Next Matches of the Season:
Silver Team
Saturday – September 14, 9:30 am at Windermere Prep
Monday – September 16, 6:30 pm at Orangewood Christian
Gold Team
Monday – September 16, 4:30 and 6:30 pm at The Christ School

Cross Country
Next meet is Tuesday, September 17 at Trinity Prep.
Girls start at 4:30 pm, Boys start at 5:00 pm.

MS Flag Football
Next Games – Friday, September 13, 5:00 pm at Lake Mary Prep
Monday, September 16, 5:00 pm at Trinity Prep.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes applications are due Monday, September 16. FCA is open to all middle school students.

Lower School
Volleyball
4th and 5th grade volleyball first match of the season is Saturday, September 14, 10:00 am at Faith Christian.

Flag Football
Next games: Friday, September 13, 7:00 pm at Showalter Field.

Soccer Shots
Thursday, September 19, 3:30-4:05 pm on the green space.

Lions’ Sports News September 5

Middle School
Volleyball:
The make-up match for our Silver Team is Friday, September 6, 6:30 pm at Orangewood Christian.

Next Matches of the Season:
Silver Team
Saturday, September 7, 9:30 am at Windermere Prep
Gold Team
Monday, September 9, 4:30 and 5:30 pm at The Christ School

Cross Country:
The next meet is Tuesday, September 10, at Trinity Prep.
Girls start at 4:30 pm, Boys start at 5:00 pm.

Flag Football:
The first game is Monday, September 9, 5:00 pm at Trinity Prep.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes applications are due September 16th. FCA is open to all middle school students.

Lower School
4th and 5th grade volleyball: The first match of the season is on Saturday, September 7, 10:00 am at Faith Christian.

Flag Football Opening Games of the Season!
Our teams all start Under the Lights this Friday, September 6, 7:00 pm at Showalter Field.

Soccer Shots
Tuesday, September 10, 3:30-4:05 pm, and Thursday, September 12, 3:30-4:05 pm on the green space.

Lions’ Sports News August 28

Middle School
The next volleyball matches of the season are:
Tuesday, September 3
Gold – 5:30 pm and 6:30 pm at The Christ School
Wednesday, September 4
Silver – 6:30 pm at Orangewood Christian

The next Cross Country meet is Tuesday, September 3, at Trinity Prep. Girls will start at 4:30 pm; boys will start at 5:00 pm.

Flag Football’s next practice will be Wednesday, September 4, 4:00-5:00 pm at Delaney Park.

All middle school students are invited to apply to become a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Applications are due to Gina Wiborg, Director of Athletics, or Justin Nelson, Science Teacher, by September 16.

Lower School
4th and 5th grade volleyball practice will be Wednesday, September 4, 3:30-4:45 pm in the gym.

Flag Football families – please be on the look out for e-mails from Under the Lights for updates and schedule for your team.

The first Soccer Shots class for TK-K will be Tuesday, September 3, 3:30-4:05 pm on the green space.

TK-2nd grade Basketball registration is open.

Lower School Leader

With fresh ideas, and eagerness to serve and a joyful disposition, Michael Noto, our Director of Lower School, has been a wonderful addition to our Leadership Team. “My role here at TCS is to help lead, manage and serve the lower school on a daily basis,” says Michael. “This includes supporting the faculty by being in their classrooms and making sure they have everything they need to impact their students in a meaningful way, engaging with students and helping them to grow and model Christ-like behavior, and partnering with families to provide communication and support. These are all-important in helping to ensure everyone in the lower school is working towards the same goal as we collaborate with Mr. Ross, Dr. Farrant and the rest of the leadership team to be in alignment with the larger TCS community and the mission of the school.”

Michael grew up in Florida and attended Florida State University. He has worked in education for 20 years, most recently as Director of Lower School at St. David’s School in Raleigh, North Carolina. He and his wife, Rachel, have two daughters, Emma, a 3rd grade TCS Lion, and Margaret Anne, a 6th grade TCS Lion. “As a family, we love to go to the beach and jump waves together,” says Michael. “I love most sports, especially soccer and anything Florida State-related,” he says. “I enjoy playing piano and composing music. I’m also a big science nerd!”

“I really cherished my time growing up in Florida and thought there might be an opportunity to return someday, says Michael. “After spending a long time in Raleigh, my wife and I prayed about where the Lord might be guiding us and when I saw the position at The Christ School, I became really excited; not just for me but also for the thought of my daughters being able to attend school here. We prayed for the Lord to lead us to a place that would be a great environment both for me professionally and for my family. Moving your family from another state is a big deal and we were trusting in the Lord that it would be a good fit for all of us, which it definitely has been!”

“I love learning, I love the Lord and I love people,” continues Michael. “It’s so exciting to be able to combine these passions of mine into my role here. I enjoy the fact that every day is different. I’m having new conversations with people, seeing new things in classrooms and learning new things. I am excited about helping with some science lessons this year; hopefully incorporating dry ice, which is just always cool.”

When asked to share his favorite Bible verse, Michael says, “There are so many parts of scripture I love, but in particular, I like passages that talk about the hope we have in Christ, so here are two of my favorite:

Hebrews 6:19 “We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.”

Romans 5:1-5 “Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. Through him we have also obtained access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God. Not only that, but we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance,  and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.”

 

A Garden we will Grow!

Transitional kindergarten students are learning about science and God’s creations by planting a garden! They tilled the soil and planted sunflowers, marigolds and pentas. They added earthworms to help their flowers bloom, and gave them plenty of water. They talked about how God created all of these wonderful things and ways they can help to nurture them. There is so much for them to learn and explore as they maintain their garden throughout the year.  Enjoy more photos on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

Properties of Water

Hydrogen bonds and surface tension give water some amazing properties! Middle school Marine Biology students experimented to see how many drops of water will fit on the surface of a penny. Sam Parks was able to fit 136 drops of water on his penny!  Through this lesson, the students learned about the properties of adhesion, cohesion, and surface tension of water. Enjoy photos on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

 

 

“High Five” Sentences

Students in fourth grade are off a wonderful start studying the components of a “High Five” sentence. They have discussed how each sentence must contain a subject and predicate, must make sense, start with a capital letter and conclude with some kind of punctuation. This week students have been working to identify subjects and predicates in sentences they read and write. “I love the sorting and games we are doing in class. It makes our learning more fun!” says Peighton, a 4th grade student in Ms. Combs’ Language Arts class.

 

Lions’ Sports News August 21

Middle School
Volleyball Silver team will have practice next week on Wednesday and Thursday, 3:45-5:15 pm in the gym. Gold team returns to the normal practice schedule next week.
First Matches of the Season:
Monday, August 26
Gold – 4:30 pm at The Christ School
Silver – 5:30 pm at Orangewood Christian

Cross Country will have their first meet on Wednesday, August 28, at 4:30 pm at Trinity Prep.

Flag Football practice will be Wednesday, August 28th, 4:00-5:00pm at Delaney Park.

All middle school students are invited to apply to become a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.  Applications are due to Gina Wiborg, Director of Athletics, or Justin Nelson, Science Teacher, by September 16.

Lower School
4th and 5th grade volleyball practice will be on Wednesdays. The next practice is August 28, 3:30-4:45 pm in the gym.

Flag Football families, please be on the lookout for e-mails from Under the Lights for updates and schedule for your team.

TK-2nd grade Soccer Shots registration is open.

TK-2nd grade Basketball registration is open.

 

Middle School Spotlight August 21

This week, our middle school students and teachers traveled to Southwind Young Life Camp to participate in the annual Middle School Retreat. It was an amazing time of relationship building and spirited worship. Students engaged in team building activities as they participated in the Middle School House Olympics. They also enjoyed recreational activities at the beautiful campground, and many of them faced their fears and rode “The Screamer,” providing laughs, screams, and a wonderful sense of accomplishment. It was a perfect opportunity to discover new friendships and strengthen bonds throughout our middle school community.  Enjoy photos on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

Meet Cindi Theodorson

The Christ School welcomes Cindi Theodorson as a first grade teacher.  Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Cindi attended  Flagler College and studied elementary/exceptional education and youth ministry. “That’s how I ended up teaching and living in Florida,” says Cindi. Well, the beach helped too.”

“I have two wonderful children, Casey and Conner,” says Cindi. “My daughter is attending college and working in downtown Orlando and my son, Conner, is also seeking independence while navigating Aspergers and Dyslexia, in the “adulting” world.”

Cindi continues, “I have been teaching for 31 years in both private and public schools, and have been a literacy coach in Orange County.  I have been a children’s minister as well as a Young Life leader for many years, and have worked as director of a small learning center for children that are both gifted and had special learning needs.  Most recently, I moved to Vermont for a change of scenery and to work on a teaching grant to better prepare children for entering school. That grant was ending and God provided a wonderful opportunity to teach at TCS.”

“I love teaching because I believe it is a gift that the Lord has given me,” she says. “I love teaching about Jesus and showing the Lord’s love. I am a people person and enjoy building relationships. I grew up in this atmosphere so it is very natural to me. I love young children because they are like little sponges, ready to soak up all we can give them, and they have such an enthusiasm for life. I look forward to doing fun things with my students this year that foster a love for learning. I love to get down on the floor and be silly with them while creating a safe atmosphere to be able to make mistakes and learn.”

“I am so blessed and excited to be at TCS,” Cindi continues. “I have been praying about a Christian school that puts kids and Jesus first and practices what they preach. I have found The Christ School to be the most awesome combination of love, families and Jesus. I love to be able to minister to children about Jesus and His love for us. It is the most fulfilling thing that I could ever be given the privilege of doing and I am grateful that the Lord opened this amazing door for me.”

Cindi shares her favorite Bible verses: I can do ALL things through Christ who strengthens me and Nothing is impossible with God.

Lions’ Sports News August 14

Middle School
Flag Football (grades 6 – 8) try-outs will be Wednesday, August 21, from 4:00 to 5:00pm at Delaney Park. Register here.

Volleyball Gold and Silver team will have practice next week on Wednesday and Thursday, from 3:45 to 5:15 pm in the gym.
First Matches of the Season:
August 26th
Gold – 4:30 pm at The Christ School
Silver – 6:30 pm at Orangewood Christian

Cross Country will have their first meet on Wednesday, August 28 at 4:30 pm at Trinity Prep.

Lower School
Registration for TCS/South Orlando Soccer Club (SOSC) for 3rd, 4th and 5th grades are open and will close August 16.

Our 4th and 5th grade volleyball lions will have evaluations on Monday, August 19, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in the gym. Please contact Coach Wiborg if you have not registered and still would like to do so.

Flag Football / Under The Lights for 3rd, 4th & 5th grades is still open. Games are played on Friday nights Showalter East from September 6 through October 25. Register online. Please use coupon code ChristSchool. The deadline to register is August 16.

The TK – 2nd grade Flag Football Clinic (6 – week session) registration is open. Clinic dates are Wednesdays, September 25 – October 30, from 3:30 to 4:10 pm.

TK-2nd grade Soccer Shots registration is open. This 8 week session will take place from 3:30 to 4:05 pm on Tuesdays (TK & K) beginning September 3, and Thursdays (1st and 2nd grades) beginning on Sept 5.

The STEAM Lab has Exciting News!

Last spring, The Christ School applied to be part of the GE Additive Education Program, a global STEM initiative to build an ecosystem for 3D printing in education by networking students, machines and content via the Polar Cloud.  The Christ School STEAM program was selected into the Program’s third year class (2019-20)!  GE Additive Education received 3,487 registrations from 48 countries and qualified 1,224 schools.  We are thrilled to have been selected from this large pool of applicants!  As part of this grant program, we have received an additional 3D Printer and curriculum for 3D design and modeling.

Our award was made possible by the generosity of GE Additive, the Program’s founding sponsor. GE Additive has made a $10 million commitment over five years to provide educational institutions access to 3D printers and develop future talent in additive manufacturing. We thank GE Additive for its leadership and commitment to our children’s future.

Do you have a child that struggles with staying organized, anxiety, or executive functioning (EF)? In simple terms, EF refers to the brain’s ability to get stuff done (homework, completing a project or cleaning a room, etc.) Basically, to “execute” complex tasks through to completion. I am excited to share a free event with you that sounds great! The Executive Function Online Summit is for parents, and features thought leaders in Executive Function, giftedness, twice-exceptional 2e learners, emotional regulation, social challenges, anxiety, learning differences, neurodiversity, parenting and more. I follow several of the presenters and am excited to gain parenting and teaching to help our children. 

Welcome Micaela Thomas!

We are happy to welcome Micaela Thomas to The Christ School as a 4th grade teacher! Micaela grew up in Port St. Lucie, went to the University of Florida for her undergraduate studies (Journalism and Communication Studies), and earned her Masters of Education at UF in Reading Education. “I have two older sisters, a niece and a new baby nephew,” says Micaela. “I don’t have parents, but God has provided me with an entire VILLAGE of people who love me, counsel me and have helped carry me all these years. I love cooking for others and hosting dinner parties. I love the Florida Gators and Beyonce (LOL). I have huge dimples but like to call them ‘Angel Kisses’ because they are a testament to how God has sustained and protected me through so many difficult times.” 

“This is my 8th year teaching,” says Micaela. “I wanted to become a famous journalist, but after visiting struggling schools in the US while on a college trip during my sophomore year, my heart was broken when I saw that there were kids who didn’t know how to read. Reading was always important to me as a child and I attribute all of my academic successes to do it. I couldn’t imagine becoming a journalist that would write brilliant pieces while knowing there were people out there that wouldn’t be able to read them, so I decided to pursue a Masters of Education in Reading.”

“I love teaching 4th grade!” she says. “This year, I look forward to teaching my students Super Cool Science Labs and outdoor math activities. I am already pumped for the Math Olympic games I do every spring with my 4th grade students.  I created an Olympic competition so the students can practice their math activities outside, rather than just at their desks. They take part in challenges including basketball dunks, balloon-popping, and more! It really motivates them to learn and enjoy math.”

“My favorite part about being at TCS is that the students want to learn. They are so inquisitive and excited to be here every day. I love that JOY is embodied in this school. Joy is oozing everywhere and from everyone; and I’m just so happy God brought me here.”

Micaela shares her favorite Bible verse: Psalm 56:3 “When I am afraid, I put my trust in you.”

Student Support Center

Greetings from the Student Support Center!  This year we are excited to introduce Yvonne Doria to the SSC team. Yvonne graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S. in Journalism and a B.A. in Theater and from New England College with a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction. Yvonne joins us with several years of experience teaching children with diverse learning needs. She will be serving as one of our Intensive Reading and Academic Support Teachers using the Orton-Gillingham approach to teach reading, writing and spelling. 

Yvonne moved to Orlando this past December with her husband, 3 year-old daughter, and their two dogs. We are thrilled that her journey led Yvonne to TCS. Yvonne is incredibly excited to be part of TCS and the SSC and can’t wait to build relationships with the families and their children. She feels strongly that God has put her right where she was supposed to be all along and is thankful for the opportunity to serve Him and the families who trust her with their children. Yvonne is in room 219. Stop by and say hello! 

Lower School Spotlight

A message from Michael Noto, Director of Lower School

Estamos emocionados de comenzar nuestro nuevo programa de inmersión en español esta semana. ¡Por favor, asegúrese de preguntar a sus hijos sobre lo que están escuchando, hablando y aprendiendo!

We are excited to get started with our new immersion Spanish program this week. Please be sure to ask your children about what they are hearing, speaking and learning!

Middle School Spotlight

A Note from TJ Ross, Director of Middle School

I am beyond excited to serve in my new role alongside our well rounded and highly qualified middle school team.  It is an honor and a privilege to contribute to God’s kingdom by shaping the hearts and minds of children.  May God continue to guide, guard, and direct our school as we educate and disciple your child(ren) to the best of our abilities.

Lower School Spotlight

A Note from Michael Noto, Director of Lower School

After growing up outside St. Petersburg, Florida and attending college at Florida State (Go ‘Noles!), I moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, where the Lord placed me on my path as an educator. I was most recently the lower school principal at a private Christian school in Raleigh and have taught in lower, middle and upper school. I am energized by working with students, families and faculty and cannot be more excited about returning to Florida to be a part of The Christ School family and help lead and serve the lower school! I particularly love helping to foster a joy for learning and a joy for the Lord! With me on this journey back to Florida is my lovely wife, Rachel, and my two daughters, Emma and Margaret Anne, who will be TCS Lions this year in 3rd and 6th grades, respectively. Outside of school, I enjoy supporting Florida State athletics, playing soccer and piano and going to the beach…ah, Florida!

A Great Week for 8th Grade!

TCS 8th grade social studies students enjoyed several valuable experiences last week. Thanks to Judge Greg Tynan, they participated in a mock trial at the Orange County Courthouse. Each student had a role, such as judge, attorney, witness and clerk. There were two juries who heard the same case. Yet, after deliberating in an actual jury room, the juries returned two different verdicts. Following the trial, the students visited the courtroom on the 23rd floor of the courthouse, where major cases are tried.  Later in the week, after months of collaboration and research, ten student teams presented arguments on controversial topics, including sanctuary cities, drilling off the Florida coast and using drones in warfare. A panel of 6 adults posed questions for the teams and offered feedback. The week culminated with the students surveying 166 people in downtown Orlando. The 8th grade students discovered that 15% of those surveyed knew that there are 27 amendments in the Constitution. Less than 50% knew that Congress has the power to declare war. If you can name Mike Pence as Vice-President, then you are with the 65 percent who answered that question correctly.

Accomplished Alumnae Athletes

TCS Alumnae athletes had an amazing 2019 girls lacrosse season at Boone High School.  At the recent awards banquet, Kiyah Costin, Ansley Dalton, Savannah Partlow, Sierra Tagman, Anabel Zimmerman and Kayla Costin were recognized for their leadership on and off the field.

Kiyah received First Team All Metro – Defense and Varsity Athletic awards and was recognized by her peers for her commitment to academics and athletics. Ansley received the Varsity Athletic award and was recognized by her coach as a top midfielder and good person all around. Savannah received MVP Midfielder, Honorable Mention All Metro – Midfield and Varsity Athletic awards and was recognized by her peers for her tenacity and kindness. Sierra received Honorable Mention All Metro- Midfield and Varsity Athletic awards and was recognized by her peers for her speed, scoring and linguistic aptitude. Anabel received the Varsity Athletic award and was recognized by her coach for being a newcomer with immediate impact, leading the midfielders in goals and points. Despite injury, Anabel supported the team through the entire season. Lastly, Kayla received the Golden Mic award for being the home game team announcer and away game stats keeper.

Lions’ Sports News May 8

We recently celebrated our middle school athletes at Chapel on Thursday, April 25, by giving all of our athletes “Stars” to recognize them. Mr. Dale Velente, from the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, shared his testimony on being commissioned for Christ with the middle school students. Our Chapel concluded with a video showcasing our TCS Stars.

Lower School
1st and 2nd grade Soccer Shots will be held on Thursday, May 9, from 3:30 to 4:05 pm on the green space.

3rd / 4th grade girls volleyball begin their tournament on Wednesday, May 15, at Orangewood Christian School.

 

Lions’ Sports News May 1

Middle School
The Volleyball Clinic for 5th, 6th and 7th grade girls will be held on Thursday, May 2, from 3:30 to 4:45 pm  in the gym.

Lower School 
1st and 2nd grade Soccer Shots will be held on Thursday, May 2, from 3:30 to 4:05 pm on the green space.

Our 3rd/4th grade girls’ volleyball team has two matches at 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm on Monday, May 6, at Lake Mary Prep. Let’s ROAR, Lions!   

The 3rd, 4th & 5th grade cross country clinic will practice on Tuesday, May 7, from 3:30 to 4:15 pm on the green space.

Lions’ Sports News April 24

Middle School
TCS will offer a middle school volleyball clinic for 5th, 6th and 7th grade students this spring. The clinic will be led by our head volleyball coach Lindsey Carter. The four day clinic will take place on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 29, 30, May 1 and 2 from 3:30 to 4:45 pm. The registration fee for the clinic is $75, and will be charged to your FACTS account.  If your child has not already participated in a TCS sport a TCS waiver will need to be completed and returned to Mr. Vais.  Please register online by Wednesday, April 24.

Lower School
1st and 2nd grade Soccer Shots will be held on Thursday, April 25, from 3:30 to 4:05 pm on the green space.

TK – Kindergarten Soccer Shots will be held on Tuesday, April 30, from 3:30 to 4:05 pm on the green space.

3rd / 4th grade girls’ volleyball has two matches at 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm on Monday, April 29, at Lake Mary Prep.

3rd, 4th & 5th grade cross country clinic will practice on Thursday, April 25, from 3:30 to 4:15 pm on the green space.

 

News to Note:

We have our last FCA / Spirit Day on Friday, April 26 at 2:15 pm!

Our middle school sports recognition Chapel will be held on Thursday, April 25, at 8:15 am in the Reformation Chapel.

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