November 2020 Newsletter
Cross Country Meet
Message from the Morning Devotions
This month we continued to learn about the Beatitudes. Uncle Wayne spoke on Mt. 5:6, “Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” He drove home the point that it is not enough simply to want righteousness; there needs to be a thirst a hunger for that, filling our minds and guiding our actions.
He used several examples of airplanes throughout the week, and compared a real-life scenario when a plane crashed because the pilots were so caught up trying to solve a mechanical problem that no one was flying the plane! This is such an important lesson to remember in our own lives. We can get so consumed and distracted with earthly problems that we can lose focus on what truly matters. We must keep the word of God at the forefront of our minds, and keep sight of the age that waits before us. With our priorities right, and Christ at the helm, we may hope for a place in that eternal day.
~ Anna Wisniewski
Students’ first progress report cards were sent home Thursday, October 22nd. We encourage you to contact your child’s teacher to discuss this report if necessary.
For Wacky Hair Day on Nov. 19th please have your child participate by coming to school with a fun hair do. No lunch will be provided, so please have your children bring lunches as per normal.
We will continue to have physical education on the school premise to replace swimming on Mondays from 2:30 to 3:10 for gr. 3-4’s with Aunt Becky and 5-8’s with Aunt Liz (regular pick-up).
Thank you for your continued cooperation regarding the guest sign-in protocols during this unique school year.
This year the CHC Banquet Committee will be planning some alternate fundraising initiatives. There will be a separate newsletter sent home outlining some of our current ideas and how your family might be able to contribute!
Please let us know if you are interested in joining the committee by emailing either Sis. Jessica or Sis. Hayley.