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March 2022 Newsletter

Message from the Morning Devotion

One week this month, Uncle Frank came in to give us devotions on horses. He mainly discussed how God designed the horse to be for humans. They are hard working, brave and can pull a lot of weight. Because they are cooperative and trusting, humans are able to use their strengths to complete many jobs. They were even fearless charging into the enemy soldiers during wars! Although they are not used in work as often today, they are still beautiful beasts used for pleasure, and occasional jobs. Uncle Frank also talked about the bit and bridle of a horse. These tools allow humans to control their head, which effectively controls their whole body. The skull of a horse actually has a space in its teeth, which is the perfect spot for a harmless bridle to fit! In James 3, James compares the bit in a horse’s mouth to the tongue of man (James 3v3,5 - “Behold, we put bits in the horses’ mouths, that they may obey us; and we turn about their whole body…Even so the tongue is a little member, and boasteth great things. Behold, how great a matter a little fire kindleth!”). Our tongue has the power to control our entire bodies. If we lose control of what we say, we lose control of who we are, and all we do! If we can learn, instead, to allow God’s word to guide our tongue, our whole body can follow in the way God has directed us to go!

~ Claire Robinson


  • Sledding Day at Bro. Joe and Sis. Kate Abel’s on March 2nd for SK-8. Pick-up is 12:45 and is parents’ responsibility. Pick-up for HS is regular time at CHC.

  • The Date for Presentation Night has been changed to May 12th in the hopes that we will have even more flexibility to share the joy, learning and experiences of CHC. It is our intention to run the evening as regularly as possible.

  • Enrollment forms will be sent home this month. There will be 2 phases to the enrollment. The first phase (enrollment forms) will come out early March and the second phase will come out mid-march. We ask that you take extra care when reading through the forms and hand them back to the office by the due dates.

  • A hall work day is being planned for June 11th . We ask that all CHC families book this day off to help out at the school. More details to follow.

  • It is likely that our school will participate in swimming this Spring (April) for 4 weeks on Tuesdays. We will convey more details when this is confirmed.

100 Day

On Thursday March 10th we will celebrate the 100th day of school. Each student is asked to bring 100 of the same thing to share with students. Be creative! Items that have been brought in the past include: cookies, stickers, jelly beans etc. It will be a Gym uniform day (no costumes & no fun lunch that day). Please do not send the students with anything sharp (i.e., tacks, staples) as everything will be going into the same bag. If you plan on sending something edible please make sure it is pre-wrapped.

CHC Fundraising

The annual CHC garden sale fundraiser will take place May 7, 9am to 2 pm.

We are planning for an in-person event with relevant COVID safety precautions in place.

A separate newsletter has been sent home with your child regarding your family’s contributions to the fundraiser and should be filled out and returned to teachers by March 10.

We are very excited to be using the main hall this year for the handmade market and will have several tables with families and or students providing merchandise and customer service. Everyone is needed!

Please reach out to sister Jessica Fish via email, text, or telephone to chat about any questions you may have.

As in years past, Sis. Jen Hewer will be organizing the bakery portion of our sale. This portion of the sale will be located in the main entry foyer and selling pre-packaged and take out baked goods. Any questions related to the baker portion of the sale can be directed to her email.

Plant pre-order info to follow.

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