In celebration of their 100th day of school this year, Kindergarten and 1st grade students showed off their creativity with custom “100 day” shirts and enjoyed a day full of 100th day enrichment activities!
Kindergarteners in Mrs. Jessee’s class had fun at math centers, forming the number 100 and using Popsicle sticks, bears, and pom-poms for counting, while Miss Whitson’s students used math to get the wiggles out, as they did ten different exercises, ten times each, to make 100!
First grade students participated in STEM centers themed around the number 100 and made “100 day” snack mix to recognize their 100th day of school this year.
The 100th day tradition is a fun way to get students thinking about math and units of measurement. We give it a 100%!
Our football program has a limited number of out of date football helmets available for sale. These helmets may not be used in competition but make great mementos and can even be turned into a lamp base! A unique gift for the Gator fan or GCA alumnus in your life. Helmets are $25 each with proceeds going toward the purchase of new equipment.
Please note: When purchasing, we will provide you a waiver stating you understand the helmet is not to be used in competition. Additionally, the interior components of the helmets have been removed.
Please contact Coach Austin to purchase yours today.
Mrs. Miller’s Kindergarten students led our Beginnings Academy Chapel service this week. Students welcomed guests and parents, then performed a special mashup of Matt Redman’s “10,000 Reasons” and Hillsong Worship’s “What a Beautiful Name" by Christian artists Caleb + Kelsey.
Corresponding with this year’s school-wide chapel theme of “Jesus is…”, Mrs. Miller’s students explained they have been learning attributes of Jesus in their classroom. Each student proudly displayed the sign he or she had prepared completing the phrase Jesus is and shared why they chose the word they did and what it means to them!
Homecoming is next Saturday night, Gators (following a day full of fun alumni events)! To celebrate our Gator pride leading up to the big game, our Spirit Week will be next Monday - Friday.
Spirit week is an awesome opportunity for students and staff to enjoy shared experiences and have some fun as a school family!
Our Spirit Week theme and days are as follows:
Monday, January 29th – Friday, February 2nd
Theme: Salad Dressing: “Let’s Dress It Up”
Monday: Thousand Island (Tacky Tourist Day)
Tuesday: Blue Cheese (Blue Out Day)
Wednesday: Oil & Vinegar (Dynamic Duo Day)
Thursday: Caesar (Blast from the Past / Decades Day)
Friday: House (Gator Day)
Please refer to your email for additional details and important do's and don'ts from Coach Kelly Gregory. Let's get ready for a great week, Gators!
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Seniors in Mrs. Hampton’s English 12 class read to our Preschool students earlier this week as part of a unit examining the importance of accurate and contextual translation of literature and text. While studying the work of John Wycliffe and William Tyndale on the early translations of the English language Bible, Mrs. Hampton challenged her students to take 1 Corinthians 13, the Ten Commandments, and Psalm 23 and “translate” them into language understandable to our Preschoolers.
One of the many reasons an education at Greenbrier Christian Academy is extraordinary is the opportunity our students have to build relationships and gain confidence by interacting across grade levels and divisions. The GCA "family" environment is seen in our hallways through high-fives, at our "whole school" extracurricular events, and in the many opportunities for curriculum collaboration.