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  • Logic & Rhetoric Announcements 3/12 - 3/15

     

    Secondary Announcements 
    3/12/2019 

    For the month of March, we will be focusing on the fruit of the Spirit – Faithfulness.   

    Faithfulness means to be loyal, constant, and steadfast. This week we’ll look at being CONSTANT.  Constant means unchanging.  Isn’t it comforting to know that Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow as it says in Hebrews 13:8 and in verse 6 God says, “Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.” God is always CONSTANT, and we also need to be constant.  We need to be the same person when no one is looking.  By having integrity, we can show our faithfulness to God and His Word.   

    Boys, each one of you needs to clean out your assigned cubby and any other cubby that you use for sports gear today or tomorrow.   

    Soccer pictures are taking place Tuesday after school at 3:45 PM at Trinity United Methodist Church.  After that, all 3 teams will be having a practice. 

    Student government is continuing to hold a bake sale fundraiser each day this week.  All proceeds will go towards student government.  Every item sold is $1 and there will be new options each day to choose from.  Please see a student body officer for baked goods. 

    Tomorrow afternoonTrack and Field Pictures will be taken at 3:45 PM at St. Francis 

    WednesdayCassidy and Charity will again be selling hot dogs, chips, and cokes to raise money to provide a meal for the homeless at Grace Marketplace on LIGHT day.  The cost is the same as last week.  A combo meal with 1 hot dogs, chips and a coke is $2.50 or for $3 you can purchase a combo meal with 2 hot dogs, chips, and a coke.  

    On Thursday, there will be a guest talking to our 6th, 7th, 9th and 10th grade Science classes during 2nd period.   

    Thursday, there is a middle school track & field meet at 2:00 PM at Oak Hall.  The middle school soccer team will play in South Daytona at 4:00 PM. 

    On Friday, there is a track & field meet at 12:00 PM at Cedar Key.  The Varsity Girls team will play against Southland at 4:30 and the Varsity boys will follow. 

    This Friday, your permission slips for LIGHT are due.   Please continue to raise money for our school by talking to your family and friends about supporting Cornerstone through LIGHT.  We are hoping that each student will raise $100. 

    On Saturday, all soccer teams will meet at 9 at our Home field located at Countryside Christian School to help prepare the field and nets for our games 

    Livingston’s Life Lesson – Your best teacher is your last mistake. 

     

  • Logic & Rhetoric Announcements 3/5 - 3/8

    Secondary Announcements 
    3/5/2019 

    For the month of March, we will be focusing on the fruit of the Spirit – Faithfulness.   
    Faithfulness means to be loyal, constant, and steadfast. This week we’ll look at LOYAL. 

    Someone who is loyal is reliable and always true, like your trusty dog. Loyal comes from the Old French work loial which means something like “legal” but is someone is only loyal to you because the law requires him to be, that’s not true loyalty, which should come from the heart, not a contract. 

    Ephesians 2:8 says, “For by grace you have been saved through faith.  And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God.”   

    Congrats to our Middle School, Varsity Girls, and Varsity Guys soccer teams who all beat Calvary Chapel yesterday in Ormond Beach.  It was a great way to open the season.  The Middle School team will play again this Thursday against Newberry Christian at 4 at The Diamond Sports Park.

    The Track and Field Varsity team were rained out in their meet on Saturday.  They will compete again this Thursday at Wesley Chapel.   

    Student government will be holding a bake sale fundraiser from 3/5 – 3/15.  All proceeds will go towards student government.  Every item sold is $1 and there will be new options each day to choose from.  Please see a student body officer for baked goods. 

    Tomorrow, (Wednesday) Cassidy and Charity will be selling lunch to raise money to provide a meal for the homeless at Grace Marketplace on LIGHT day.  They will be selling cokes ($1), hot dogs ($1.50), and chips ($.50).  You can purchase a combo meal with 1 hot dogs, chips and a coke for $2.50 or for $3 you can purchase a combo meal with 2 hot dogs, chips, and a coke.  

    This Thursday is the end of the 3rd quarter.  Congrats on being ¾ of the way through the school year. 

    This 
    Friday is a Teacher workday, so there is no school.   

    Shine His Light Day will again happen next Tues, 3/12.  For $2 you can wear your favorite neon clothes or LIGHT shirt with denim. 

    Soccer pictures have been rescheduled for next Tues at 3:45 at the soccer field in the back of Trinity Methodist Church.   

    Livingston’s Life Lesson Mike Patz said this in his sermon on Sunday… You can’t do anything you want to do, but you can do everything that God has called you to do.   

     

  • Logic & Rhetoric Announcements 2/26- 3/1

    Secondary Announcements 
    2/26/2019 

    God is good all the time; all the time, God is good! Thank you for always being good during our lock down drills and fire drills. Your courtesy toward the Pre School tells of your good character: kindness and goodness 

    The slips turned into the Principal’s office included some recognitions: The following people have been recognized for goodness: Kyle Kinsman for helping a student with Math and Hunter Jackson for assisting in Math class and taking initiative without being told. (See Mrs. Burgett for something special.) 

     Here are some of your submissions and suggestions:  

    1. We need to continue to recognize and highlight goodness in our school,  

    1. give more Cougar Characters, and  

    1. Supportive of others showing goodness.  

    1. Some of you would like the Character Trait for the month to be incorporated into lessons.  

    1. Some want a Board highlighting “Who’s Who” for students who display character traits,  

    1. some want students to log their own acts of goodness to challenge themselves to show consistency and improvement 

    Goodness is demonstrated all around our school. Your friendships with each other, the diligence and attentiveness you show in your classes toward new knowledge, and the way you respect and love your teachers and administration ties into how Holy Spirit works through you when we let Him. God is good all the time. 

    ~ Please make sure to give your parents the LIGHT packets that are being sent home today.  We will leave them in your cubbies during Chapel.  Please start asking your friends and family to support you during this day of serving.   

    ~ Linda Felton’s Father passed away over the weekend.  The funeral is this Friday at 1 at 1st Baptist of Alachua.   Please be praying for her and her family. 

    ~ Tuesday is the first Track & Field meet at the Villages for Varsity.  JV is at Oak Hall.   

    ~ Saturday is a Track & Field for Varsity at Santa Fe High School.    

    ~ On Monday we will have our first soccer games at Ormond Beach.  

    ~ Next Thursday is the end of the 3rd quarter.  Please make sure that you are checking your grades on RenWeb to make sure you have turned in all your assignments.  

    ~ Next Friday is a teacher workday, so there is no school.  Parents whose students have grades falling under 70% will be contacted to plan ways to assist with pulling up grades through organization, communication, and diligence for a more successful 4th quarter 

    Have you ever wondered who has received the most merits? Here are our top 3: 

    • Ben Mauldin 

    • Isaac Jean-Francois 

    • Josh Jalsa 

     Livingston’s Life Lesson – You don’t worry about fitting in when you’re custom made.