Warrior Weekly for May 12-18

Posted by | May 11, 2019 | Warrior Weekly | No Comments

NEXT WEEK’S DATES TO REMEMBER: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sun 5/12 Happy Birthday Mrs. Rogers!!
Mon 5/13 TIME Happy Birthday Mrs. Pfannensteil!!
11:30 All-house meetings
Hot lunch: chicken nuggets
Tues 5/14 3:00 Scholar’s Day/Thesis Presentations
Wed 5/15 Last day to order a 2018-2019 yearbook!
Pizza & Jeans day/Teacher luncheon
11:00 Student Ambassador meeting
11:30 Upper School Chapel
2:30 Pre-K Road Rally
3:00 Scholar’s Day/Thesis Presentations
Thu 5/16 3:00 Scholar’s Day/Thesis Presentations
Fri 5/17 5th Grade Fun Day
11:00 House Cup Ceremony
6:00 Athletic Banquet
Sat 5/18 1:30 Athletics: Physicals at Regal Park ($20)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE UPCOMING DATES:
May 21st: Spring Choir Showcase, 6 PM
May 22nd:Football and Volleyball letter of commitments due
May 22nd: Last day of school for Grammar School (Dismiss @ noon)
May 23rd: Graduation rehearsal @ FCN from 3-4
May 24th: Graduation, 7 PM @ First Church of the Nazarene; Last day of school for Logic & Rhetoric

All-School News

It was a full house Thursday night at the Rhetoric Theatre Department’s performance of “Pride and Prejudice”! The cast did an amazing job! Last show is Saturday at 3 PM.

The deadline to order a 2019 yearbook is May 15th. We will NOT be ordering extras, so make sure to get your book TODAY!

Grammar School News

Kindergarten visited Headmaster Squires office to observe his Texas Flag that flew over the state capitol.
Mrs. Sides’s class hatched praying mantises during the kindergarten insect unit.

The following KPA students were busy this weekend competing in Fort Worth at the state level. Thank you for representing KPA well!
Austin Massey – 1st place in Storytelling
Jianna Marino – Spelling
Naomi Sell – 2nd place in On-Site Drawing
Eva Jackson – Ready Writing

Second graders celebrated Ms. Mock on her birthday with flowers and a frog fruit pizza!

KPA’s Friday Scientists experimented with chemistry this week. Fun conversations emerged along with some great reactions-both chemical and physical.

4th grade remembered Abraham Lincoln this week by dressing up in black beards and tall hats and reciting the Gettysburg Address.

Fine Arts News

The LSO ensemble came to perform for our grammar school students.

Thank you to our 2019 Feed the Need sponsors!

 

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