*LOST & FOUND ~ Please check the Lost & Found bin and recover your child's clothes, or other valuables. Please note: **Clothing and other items found in the lost and found bin on Friday, June 2, 2017 - will either be tossed or donated to a local charity.
*STUDENT MEDICINES IN THE OFFICE ~ Parents, Please do not forget to pick up your child's medicine in the school office. All medicines must be picked up no later than Wednesday, May 31, 2017. Medicines that are not picked up by May 31st will be tossed out appropriately.
"CLEAN UP AT CALVARY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL"
(This is a great opportunity for those still needing to complete their PPP hours!)
Some of our teachers are planning on working Saturday, May 27, 2017, cleaning out their classroom.
What does this mean? Teachers need your help boxing up books, personal items, lifting boxes, cleaning, and so much needs to be done before June 1st. If you are able to help and/or you still need PPP hours, please contact the school secretary at (510) 278-2598, or speak to your student's teacher and she if they will need your help.
There is an additional need for a parent or two to go through the lost and found bin and separate the clothes before the end of the school year. Please contact the school secretary, Mrs. Nancy, or CFA President, Rachel Scott.
Thank you so much for continuing to support the CCS teachers.
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
ROBERT LIVERMORE CENTER
4444 East Avenue
Livermore, CA 94550
Thursday, June 1, 2017
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
** EVERYONE MUST SIGN-UP OR YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND! **
(Sign up sheets are in the classroom)
CFA is inviting all Calvary Christian School students, faculty and staff to join CFA for a day of fun
in the sun to celebrate another wonderful school year at CCS.
Free lunch and admission provided for (active) CCS students and staff only.
All parents and other family members must pay $8.00 each (children under 2, free)
Note: Payment must be made in the office no later than Friday, May 19, 2017!
Please bring exact change into the office. Thank you!
Lifeguards are in the swimming pool area.
*All students must be accompanied and supervised by an adult *
Note: School, School Office and Calvary Club are Closed!
Take Hwy. 580-East towards Livermore
"First Street/Springtown Blvd" (No. 54) - EXIT
RIGHT onto "First Street"
LEFT onto "N Mines Road"
RIGHT on "East Avenue"
19 - Teacher's In-Service. Half-day (Dismissal at 11:30 a.m.), Calvary Club is open
19 - 8th Grade Banquet (6:00 p.m.)
19 - 8th Grade Graduation (7:15 p.m.)
29 - Memorial Day - (No school, Office Closed, No Calvary Club)
31 - Preschool Celebration (9:00 a.m.)
31 - Kindergarten Graduation (11:00 a.m.)
31 - Last day of Calvary Club
1 - Picnic at Robert Livermore Center (11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.)
No School, No Calvary Club today or after this day
Proverbs 22:6 tells us, "Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it." What a great responsibility this places on parents. Records of royal lineage (1 Kings 15-16) illustrate that one's level of submission to God is often mirrored in the offspring's life.
Now, it's true that children eventually grow and make their own decisions. There are godly parents who are heartbroken by their kids' poor choices. Similarly, some from backgrounds full of sinful bondage become righteous people of integrity.
As mothers and fathers, we are given a momentous task: to model and teach how to live according to God's Word. Thankfully, we don't have to rely on ourselves for wisdom. Good parenting involves prayerful self-evaluation, godly counsel, and thoughtful course corrections.
Start by considering how you'd answer the following questions if your children were to walk in your way: What place will Jesus, the Word of God, and the church have in their lives? Will they seek God's direction as the ultimate guide for decisions? Will they develop strong godly relationships? Will they know how to handle money wisely? Will they do their best in their vocation? As you seek answers, ask God to reveal truth, since self-examination can be difficult.
In prayerfully considering your impact as a parent, expect to see positives and negatives. The goal isn't self-condemnation, so keep in mind 1) there's no perfect parent and 2) it's never too late. Even if the kids are grown, you can ask forgiveness, share what you've learned, and model a godly life starting now.
Please continue to keep Calvary Christian School - the faculty, staff, students,
volunteers, and parents in your prayers throughout the school year.
(Borrowed from Charles Stanley &In Touch Ministries, Inc. 2016)
Calvary Christian School
School: (510) 278-2598*
Calvary Lutheran Church & School, 17200 Via Magdalena, San Lorenzo, CA 94580