Sabre Nation News, March 14, 2019
A Weekly Parent Communication from Southside Christian School
ALL SCHOOL NEWS
The calendar for next year is now available with the main dates. Stay tuned for more updates. To view the calendar, click here.
SPRING DRAMA PRODUCTION
SCS is proud to present the magical spring play, Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Performances will be Thursday, March 28 through Saturday, March 30 at 7 p.m. as well as a 2 p.m. performance on Saturday. Tickets for the evening shows are $10 for students and staff, and $12 for all other adults. Ticks for the 2 p.m. Saturday show are $8 for students and staff, and $10 for other adults. To purchase tickets, click here.
FAMILY SPIRIT WEAR
We now have an online store to purchase Family spirit wear for Lower and Middle School Families (Cairdeas, Huruma, Kunnia, and Valor). Orders placed before Thursday of each week will be delivered to the student at SCS by the following Thursday. To order, click here.
Southside Christian School is an excellent place for believers to work and invest spiritually in the lives of students. If you or someone you know is looking for a job, please click here to learn more about our available positions and to apply.
LOWER SCHOOL NEWS
FAMILY FEUD FIELD DAY
Family Feud Field Day has been rescheduled for Thursday, March 28 due to the forecasted rain. Students will need to wear their family shirts. This is a great opportunity for them to earn points for their family while having lots of fun!
UPPER SCHOOL NEWS
SPRING BENEVOLENCE PROJECT
The Student Government Association will be coordinating events and activities for the Spring Benevolence Project from March 18-29. The proceeds of the benevolence project will go to support Freedom International Ministries and our sister school in the Dominican Republic. More information is coming soon.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MISSION TRIP
The SCS Domican Republic Mission Trip from June 8-15 will include spending time with the locals, reflecting what God is doing in your own life, and partnering with Freedom International to make an impact on the kingdom of God. Anyone interested in serving on the mission trip should contact Pastor Colin Urbanick. Deadline for the trip sign-up is tomorrow, March 15.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL NOMINATIONS
The SGA and Administration will be accepting nominations for anyone interested in running for an Executive Council position next school year. Application packets will be available at the Upper School office on March 18.
JTERM 2019-2020 TRIP REGISTRATION
JTerm 2019-2020 trip registration is now open! Click here for more information about the different travel options and summer 2019 experiences being offered next school year. Students may sign up with the trip sponsor for summer 2019 and winter 2020 trips.
PING PONG TOURNAMENT
The International Homestay Program will be hosting the annual Upper School Ping Pong Tournament tomorrow, March 15, in the Sabre Center from 6-8 p.m. Students in grades 6-12 are invited to attend and participate. There will be prizes awarded to the top winners in both the singles and doubles categories.
LIFE CALLING CLASS
On March 23, Dr. Ruzicka will be leading an informative workshop designed to help students find their calling. Using an interactive online test, students will learn how their skills and abilities fit into the person God has designed them to be. For more information and to register, please click here. Deadline to register is tomorrow, March 15.
MARCH COUNSELOR’S CORNER
Click here to access the February Counselor’s Corner containing information on college summer programs, upcoming test dates, and more.
A MESSAGE FROM DR. STOUFFER
To read more about last week’s small group, click here to visit Dr. Stouffer’s blog.
JACOB R. OAKS MEMORIAL PARK DEDICATION
Thank you to all who joined us for the dedication of the Jacob R. Oaks Memorial Park. It was a great night as families, friends, alumni, and students came together to honor Jacob and the impact he made on our school.
Selik Hopper was offered an appointment to the United States Naval Academy. This is a highly competitive program that provides students with a four year degree and commission as an officer and leader in the United States Navy or Marine Corps. Congratulations, Selik!