May 14, 2010
Parents of Rising 3rd – 5th Coffee 8:30 am
Parents of Rising K – 2nd Coffee 8:30 am
Happenings… Elementary Parent Coffees – Tuesday, May 18 and Wednesday 19 from 8:30 – 09:30 am in the library: Parents of children entering third, fourth or fifth grade in the fall should gather in the WCA library on May 18. Parents of children entering Kindergarten, first grade or second grade should plan to attend on May 19.
For Your Info… Exam Schedule for Middle and High School: Click here for the June 8-11 exam schedule. http://www.williamsburgchristian.org/downloadablefiles/ClassSchedules/ExamSchedule2010.pdf FDA News: McNeil Consumer Healthcare and FDA notified healthcare professionals of a voluntary recall of certain over-the-counter (OTC) Children’s and Infants’ liquid products manufactured in the United States, including Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec, and Benadryl products. Some of these products may not meet required quality standards. This recall is not being undertaken on the basis of adverse medical events. However, as a precautionary measure, parents and caregivers should not administer these products to their children. See the company Press Release for a list of products affected by this recall. Consumers can contact the company at 1- 888-222-6036 and also at www.mcneilproductrecall.com From the Development Office… 2010 Spring-a-Thon Eagles in Action Update: What a great morning of service we had on Wednesday, May 12th. The weather was perfect for all the hard work that went on around the school and in the community!
• PreK-1st graders made beautiful potted “plants” complete with Scripture verses. These will be given to
local nursing homes (Patriots Colony, Chambrel and the Landing).
• 2nd-5th graders took on outdoor landscaping projects and the grounds look beautiful!
• 6th graders went to the Williamsburg Christian Retreat Center and spread mulch. • 7th graders went to DreamCatchers and cleaned up the horse pastures! • 8th graders went to Grove Christian Outreach Center and helped with food distribution. • 9th – 12th graders helped with all the projects around school as well as helping Mr. Stanley spread all the
We were so excited to see the high school students helping the younger ones and they were great role models for cheerfully working hard!
So far we have raised $9,140.00 towards our school-wide goal of $10,000! We are so close! Donations are still coming in so we will keep it open until all have been given.
We will be donating 10% of the proceeds to Toby’s Dream Foundation in memory of Toby Vaught, WCA alumni and Mrs. Jane Vaught’s son. www.tobysdream.org. • THANK YOU to every family who has generously participated! • THANK YOU to Mr. Dave Tuftee for donating all the proceeds of our Sno-to-Go purchases! • THANK YOU to the Roy Brooks Company, Inc (Chad and Leanne Brooks) for providing the mulch for our beautification projects!
• THANK YOU to the Newmans for donating 20% of our Handel’s Ice Cream purchases! • THANK YOU to all the parent volunteers who helped that day! • THANK YOU to the Planning Committee: Leanne Brooks, Elizabeth Floyd, Judy Henley, Anne Jones, Donna Lemley and Colleen Wellinghoff Box Tops: Thank you to Mrs.Cristi Nice for cutting and pasting all of our Box Tops. WCA received $175.00 from the program because of all the Box Tops you turned in! If you would like to help with the cutting and pasting this summer, please call Cristi Nice at 565-4945. The last day to collect Farm Fresh receipts is May 31. Please submit all receipts no later than June 3. Receipts for this school year’s collection period cannot be used for the Farm Fresh program next school year. The drop box is located in the lobby.
School and Community: Tutor Available: 2007 WCA graduate and math education junior at Virginia Tech, Daniel Monahan, is available to tutor students this summer in math (all levels). Please contact Daniel at 566-4035 or see Mrs. Peg Monahan in Room 207 if interested. Summer Opportunities: WCA Parent Looking for a WCA Female High School Student to watch my 9 year old daughter, Jordan, this summer for 15-20 hours a week. I will pay $125 a week and will need help on Mondays and Thursdays from about 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and Tuesdays and Fridays from about 9:30 am to 2:30 pm. If I need help on Wednesdays it will be from about 1:30 to 4:30 pm. We live in the Greensprings West neighborhood off of Centerville Road and live across the street from our neighborhood pool, which opens at 12 noon. If you know someone who is interested, please have them contact Robin Wright at home 565-7313 or cell 725-2331. Need Extra Income During The Summer? Host Hard Working Students: Click here to learn about hosting Christian college students this summer and making some extra income! http://www.williamsburgchristian.org/downloadablefiles/Development%20Office/HostFamilyFlyer.pdf Summer Music Camp for children who have completed grades 1-7 will be held at Williamsburg United Methodist Church the week of July 12-16 from 9:-00 a.m. to 12:30. The fee is $40 and the registration deadline is June 14. Click here for details: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Join the Windsor Forest Frogs Swim Team this summer! Swimming is a great summer sport for all ages. We have a great head coach from Williamsburg Aquatic Club, and you can be a member of a fun, family- oriented pool. Interested? Come to the Frogs meeting on April 25th at 5:30 at the Windsor Forest Pool House to have your questions answered, meet the coaches, register, and join the pool. Please contact WCA parent, Carter Lowery, at [email protected] with questions! Nags Head Beach Home for Rent: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 7 comfortably. 1 block from the beach located at mile post 7.5. Front porch swing, outside shower, cable TV, grill, very family-friendly. Available off-season for $450 a week or call for week-end rates. Available June, July and August for only $800 a week. Call Debbie Whisenant, WCA part-time employee, at 757-880-3206. Middle School/High School Art Classes: This Century Art Gallery is offering a variety of spring classes for 6th-12th grade students including Papier Mache, Watercolor, Drawing, Airbrush, Copper Tooling and Clay. More information is available at 757-229-4949 or www.ThisCenturyArtGallery.org.
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