At Cedar, preschool students celebrated the letter D as they enjoyed having their dads come to school for a Donuts with Dads event. They not only ate donuts and played games, but they also participated in art projects together as well. Thank you, families, for your
In the Kindergarten/1st grade classroom, students learned about how God made them special and
embraced many ways to worship Jesus. They also
recently celebrated learning about Johnny Appleseed and enjoyed homemade apple sauce they made in class.
Coming up, Cedar campus will have a literacy event, wrapping up the Read-a-Thon fundraiser and celebrating a love for reading. Our prize winner for reading the most minutes was Sean Kibbe and the top pledge earner was Evelyn Chumack who celebrated their efforts with Mrs. Orr with a pancake breakfast at Old European. Cedar students continue to be part of the Lower Campus
Colbert Chapels and make new friends each time they visit! October also held parent-teacher conferences at Cedar and an opportunity to further connect about their child’s progress.
It is a blessing to be back in our city, at our Cedar
Campus location, pointing little ones to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in so many ways!
Faith Orr, Elementary Principal
Jennie Atkins, Early Learning Director