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Lower School

The fourth and fifth-grade classes have been working hard on this year’s Science Fair. Each elementary class conducted a Science Fair experiment. Fourth grade did 15 group projects in class, and fifth-grade students did individual experiments as they displayed their knowledge of the Scientific Method. The fifth-grade students presented their project before two judges on Monday, February 25. The judges were very impressed by all of the hard work, scientific thought, and creative display boards, making their job of deciding the top three very difficult. The boards were displayed in the Lower School hallway through March 1. A special thank you...

On Thursday, February 21, the third-grade students treated the lower school to a special chapel presentation. In honor of President’s Day, the third-grade students dressed up as their favorite famous American. Students chose American figures from both past and contemporary times. For example, we had Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Harriet Tubman, Lucille Ball, and Billy Graham all leading chapel today! The students sang patriotic songs and shared facts about the famous Americans. "It was a great time for the lower school students to see that God has a special plan for each person’s life, and we are excited to see what...

On Tuesday, February 5, our third grade competed in their spelling bee. Well-prepared and excited, the students showed their spelling expertise. After 17 rounds of intense competition, Greta Harms won the spelling bee. Words spelled correctly that led to the final round were “axis,” “creatures,” and “knelt.” Kate Hajduk came in second place, and Drew Barbar won third place. First Place: Greta Harms Second Place: Kate Hajduk Third Place: Drew Barbar Spelling Bee Participants: Drew Barbar Jade Engen-Ruiz Greta Harms Tristen Hott Kate Hajduk Jaxon James Jacari Jones Aaron Joseph Lorie McGee Alejandro Rivera Dominic Walker...

Students can grab a quick bite before starting the school day. SAGE Dining Services offers items and beverages in Gangway, located at the southwest corner of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. Students can pick up breakfast burritos, egg and cheese croissants, scones, muffins, and many other grab-and-go items between 7:15 a.m. and 7:45 a.m. Lower school students need to be accompanied by a parent. Bon appétit!...

We start this new calendar year celebrating the generosity of our WA community. We raised $196,000 in year-end contributions, which brings us to 58% of our Annual Fund goal! Thank you to everyone who gave graciously, and we praise God for His provisions through His people! Now, we turn our attention to the second half of this school year and the promising future in the years to come. In fact, even now we are preparing for the 2019–2020 school year with re-enrollment starting Friday, February 1. The completion of the Dr. Kenneth P. Wackes Media Center renovations is now just weeks...