Sabre Nation News, March 21, 2019
A Weekly Parent Communication from Southside Christian School
ALL SCHOOL NEWS
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.
Grandparents’ Day for Lower School and Early Education students (Pre-K3 through Kindergarten) will be Friday, April 12. Grandparents of Lower School students will begin the day by attending the Lower School Easter Concert, “What Mercy Did for Me,” in the Fine Arts Center at 9 a.m. After the concert, Lower School grandparents may visit the classrooms of their grandchildren, meet the teachers, and participate in classroom activities. Early Education grandparents who do not have a grandchild in Lower School will begin the day at 10:15 a.m. Early Education will dismiss at 11:30 a.m., and Lower School will dismiss at noon.
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CAMP
Coach Rick Remer will be directing an intramural basketball camp from March 27 to April 26. The camp is open to boys and girls in grades 1-6. For more information, please click here or contact the athletic department. Click here for the registration form.
LOWER SCHOOL NEWS
LOWER SCHOOL BASEBALL NIGHT
Lower School Baseball Night will be Thursday, March 28 at 4 p.m. Lower School students can warm up with the varsity baseball players from 4-5 p.m. Pre-game activities begin at 5:45 p.m. For more details, click here. We encourage all Lower School students to come out and support the Sabre baseball team!
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 now through March 29. The proceeds of the benevolence project will go to support Freedom International Ministries and our sister school in the Dominican Republic. Click here to learn more about our sister school.
SGA will be sponsoring a raffle to support Freedom International Ministries during middle school and high school lunch periods tomorrow. Gift cards, premium parking privileges, and more will be presented during the raffle.
A silent auction will be held next week, March 25-29. Items that will be auctioned include a golden doodle puppy, a gift card for Taco La Barra, and a week at an ocean view condo, among others.
JTERM 2019-2020 TRIP REGISTRATION
This is a reminder that registration for JTerm trips 2019-2020 is now open. Registration for some of our summer trips will be closing tomorrow. Please click here for more information on JTerm trips and summer classes. If you are interested in a trip, please contact the trip leader directly. If you participate in the summer session of JTerm, then you will have a three week Christmas break. For questions or more information, please contact Carla Evans.
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
On March 14, 2019, Upper School teacher Mark Sandlin delivered a message on the Holy Spirit’s role in our understanding of God’s truth. Click here to read a summary of Mr. Sandlin’s message on Dr. Stouffer’s blog.
The SCS math team won third place at the Furman University Wylie Mathematics Competition this past Saturday. The team competed against students from approximately 20 other high schools from around the state. This is the 5th time in six years that SCS has placed in the top three at Furman.