I hope you all had a lovely long weekend!

Hot Lunch- Cavendish Fry Truck

This Wednesday, students will have the option to purchase freshly cooked Cavendish fries for $2.00.

Annual Golf Challenge

Grace Christian School is holding its 8th Annual Fundraising Golf Challenge on Saturday, June 1st, at the Clyde River Golf and Country Club, 384 Clyde River Road, Clyde River, PE.

The proceeds from our golf challenge will be used to support our BUY A BRICK campaign which will provide infrastructure to allow for greater growth in enrollment and provide for the future success of our students in the disciplines of academics, athletics, technology, the arts, music, and English language acquisition.

The cost to participate is as follows:  $100.00 per person OR $400.00 per team which includes green fees, cart rental, a sleeve of balls, complimentary snacks & drinks on the course, surf ‘n turf lunch, and a $40 charitable receipt per entrant. The student rate (18 years and under) is $75.00. Payment is due before Thursday, May 30th.  Cash or cheque can be made payable to Grace Christian School or via e-transfer to cthorne@gcspei.ca with the password: golf2019.

If you have a family business and are interested in learning how you can sponsor this event, please contact the Advancement Department at admin@gcspei.ca.

Arts Coffeehouse

Everyone is invited for a relaxing evening of art and music! We are very pleased to present GCS’s second annual Arts Coffeehouse on Thursday, May 30, from 6:30-8:30. Artwork created by budding GCS artists will be on display while various students in junior high and high school perform musical pieces they have prepared for your enjoyment. Come and enjoy the many talents our students have to offer!

The Final Two Projects

Please be aware that students have been assigned two upcoming projects for the end of the year: one for Social Studies and one for Reading. The Travel Brochure Project for Social Studies will be completed mostly in class, with preparation for a presentation portion being done at home. An outline for this project went home last week.

An outline for an independent book report will be sent home tomorrow. Students will be reading through their novels at their own pace, both at home and in class, but will need to keep track of what they read by writing a summary for every chapter or, for books with long chapters, roughly every ten pages. Students will be creating Board Game Book Reports in class this year, containing the major plot points of their novels.

Please take time to review the projects outline which was sent home and email me with any questions you have.

Important Dates

  • Thursday, May 30 – Arts Coffeehouse
  • Friday, May 31 – In-house Elementary Track Meet
  • Saturday, June 1 – GCS Golf Challenge
  • Wednesday, June 5 – ACSI Elementary Track Meet

Upcoming Assessments

  • Friday – Spelling Test 28, Math Quiz 14