I pray your break was restful, and celebrations were happy and meaningful. May the season of Christmas, the birth of the Christ-child, give us joy and peace!
Monday, January 1, 2018
New Yearâ€™s Dayâ€”No School
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
A Blessed School Day
EPCS Basketball Match with St. Paul Lutheranâ€”4:30 HOME
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
All-School Assembly 8:15 am
Thursday, January 4, 2018
EPCS Basketball Match at Roch School for the Deafâ€”4 pm AWAY
Friday, January 5, 2018
Saturday. January 6, 2018
EPCS Basketball Practiceâ€”9:30 am â€“ 11:30 am
Monday, January 8, 2018
Another School Dayâ€”Godâ€™s Mercies are New Every Morning
Tuesday, January 9 EPCS Board Meeting 7 pm
Friday, January 12, 2018 Faculty PD Dayâ€”No School
Monday, January 15 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dayâ€”No School
Tuesday, January 16â€”Friday, January 26 MAPS Testing
Saturday, February 3 Solo Fest
Mondayâ€”Friday, February 19â€”23 Presidents Weekâ€”No School
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EPCS Eagles Basketball Schedule 2018
|DAY||DATE||HOME TEAM||VISITING TEAM||START TIME|
|Tuesday||1/2||EPCS||St. Paul||4:30 pm|
|NOTE: Practice every Saturday from 9:30-11:30|
The next PTA meeting will be held on Friday, January 5th at 10:30 am. If you plan on attending the meeting, it is helpful if you contact Shelley at (firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-752-9773) or through the PTA Remind App, so that she can notify of any changes that might occur.
Current Fundraiser: Today marks the end of the Kidstuff Coupon Book Sale. Please turn in all of your money for sold books and unsold books to your teacher by Friday, January 5 at the very latest. Please direct any questions you have about the sale to Dawn McIntyre (email@example.com).
Future Fundraisers: PTA will be hosting a Bottle Drive to collect pop cans the week AFTER the super bowl. Please begin saving cans/bottles through the holiday time! Our school receives 6 cents for each can/bottle turned into the return center.
Please also save your change during this holiday shopping season! In February, the PTA will be collecting the change for their Change for Education fundraiser. Each classroom will be presenting the PTA with a â€œwish listâ€ and the change collected.
Tuesday, 1/2, 4:30pm — Home game against St. Paul. Come cheer us on for our first game.
Thursday, 1/4, 4:30pm — Away game against Rochester School for the Deaf, 1545 Saint Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14621; Drivers are Mrs. Malach and Coach Andrew
Saturday, 1/6, 9:30-11:30am Practice
Financial Coordinator Position
Dear parents, staff and friends of East Palmyra Christian School,
Please note that there has been a staffing change in our school office. Effective November 30th, Melissa Tuccio, our School Financial Coordinator has resigned to seek other employment opportunities. While Melissa continues to volunteer as a member of the school finance committee and with other responsibilities, she will no longer be a point of contact regarding Financial issues. All Financial inquiries should be directed to the finance committee through Ms. B, at the school office.
The school board is actively reviewing resumes for Melissa’s replacement, and would anticipate having the position filled in the near future.
Thank you in advance for your patience during this time of transition.
The Finance Committee
Cleaning the School
The Stoep family will be cleaning our school today & Wednesday. The Barron family will be cleaning on Thursday. The Caraballo/Landrau family will be cleaning our school on Friday.
Next Monday, the Norsen family will be cleaning our school.
The menu for Hot Lunch this week is Chicken and biscuits, fruit and dessert. Workers are Esther Hutt, Carrie Billings, and Michelle Malach.
Pre-K & K
Happy New Year and welcome back! We will be doing some review this week.
We review letters A-G and introduce the letters for the month. We also review numbers 0-10. The ABC books will not go home. Show & Tell will be on Friday – pick your favorite letter for A-G.
Mini-readers will be in folders only once this week.
We review all the consonant letters this week. We also look at double consonants â€˜ffâ€™, â€˜llâ€™, â€˜ssâ€™, & â€˜zzâ€™. Show & Tell is on Friday – pick your favorite consonant.
We continue to learn about verbs and continue writing using the lines correctly.
We start Unit 12 – Analyzing 2D and 3D shapes. We start with shapes in patterns and position.
We talk about Jesus as a young boy and the story of him in the temple.
We will start a new unit on Work. We talk about jobs, needs and wants, and money.
We begin investigating materials in our world. We start with looking at wood, metal, rubber, and leather.
First Grade News
Starting New Testament
Spelling Lesson 21.
Andrew, Arizona, Thomas, Atlas, and Sydney have 10 Spelling words to practice. Other students will practice 6.
Wants and Needs
Spending and Saving
Investigating changes in weather
Second and Third Grade News
We will be studying Genesis 16-18, Hagar, Ishmael, and the three visitors are some of what we will be learning about.
Both grades will be working on Raz Kids, journaling, handwriting, and reading groups.
Unit 13, spelling list with highlighted words should be in your childâ€™s take home folder.
We will be begin our next unit.
We will finish reading the book, â€œWho is Malala Yousafzai?â€ who became an immigrant for political reasons.
We will be learning how to add three digit numbers and how to rewrite three digit addition.
We will be learning how to subtract across zeros and then will start a new unit where we will estimate and measure capacity.
Fourth and Fifth Grade News
Thanks to all of the wonderful, supportive community members for the many gifts, treats, meals and just plain encouragement over this Christmas season. You make EPCS an amazing place to serve.
This week, weâ€™ll finish our Gideon study and will learn about Abimelech. Our new memory work will be Colossians 3:12-14.
Fourth graders are learning about patterns and sequences.
Fifth graders reviewing multiplying whole numbers. They should be ready for a test on Friday.
Both Grades should be practicing their multiplication facts each night.
Weâ€™ll reads some selections in our Storyworks magazine this week.
Weâ€™ll continue learning about some of the European Explorers. This week, weâ€™ll focus on the Dutch.
Weâ€™re continuing a unit about living things.This week, weâ€™ll learn about how the parts of an ecosystem interact.
The Geography Bee
Congratulations to our finalists: William Andrews, Elijah Malach, Eleanor Bell, Hunter Charleton, Elizabeth Parker, Anna Szarek, Andrea Malach, and Noah Kellogg.
The final rounds will be held during our normal assembly time on Jan. 10. Parents/community members are welcome to attend.
A good website for practice is http://www.sheppardsoftware.com.
Middle School and High School News
We will be reviewing the homework and putting together our Assembly presentation. Our presentation has been moved to the 17th so that the Geography Bee can be held on the 10th.
– Mrs. Price Murray
Skillbuilder: Enduring Understanding —How to find the Big Idea
Spelling: History vocabulary
Reading: Focus on Comprehension
Writing: Focus on Expository Essay
Viruses, Bacteria, Protoctists and Fungi
Review for Unit Test-Tuesday (2) & Thursday (4)
Unit Test -Friday, January 5th
We will work in our Growth Mindset packets to start the week, and then do some writing exercises before we begin our next novel, Fahrenheit 451.
Read through chapter 42 for Tuesday, and two-three chapters each night after that, up through 50 by Friday.
A Huge Thank You for all of the wonderful gifts the students presented me with before break. My family and I are so grateful for the gift cards, candy, cookies, pesto, lotion, and many other things you were so generous to give me. Happy New Year to you all! (Mrs. Cornwell)
9:00 Andrea, 9:30 Hannah, 11:15 Genevieve, 12:35 Eleanor, 2:00 Ella
7:45 Anna, 9:45 Brooke, 2:00 Noah Lovell
7:45 Alex, 9:00 Will, 9:45 Bram & Elizabeth, 11:15 Anthony
11:15 Hunter, 12:35 Jonathan & Nick, 2:00 Gage
Next Monday (1/08)
9:00 Eleanor, 9:45 Andrew, 10:45 Christine, 1:20 Anthony, 1:50 Tommy