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Cardinal Call

Week of February 12, 2018

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Click here to download March 2018 lunch menu.

Elementary Parent/Teacher Conferences: You may sign up for Parent/Teacher Conferences on February 22-23. Click here to sign-up. Please note that there is NO school on February 22 and 23. Please use these days to take advantage of the opportunity to meet with your child's teacher.
 

Yearbook Orders: The yearbook staff has been working hard to create an exciting yearbook for everyone at SCCS. Filled with pictures and memories, this year’s yearbook will be bigger and better than before. There are 30 more pages than last year in the secondary book and 24 more pages in the elementary book. More Red Freds, more champions, more of your friends and teachers. So, now is the time to order your copy. Order forms have been sent home and can be returned to the school office. Secondary books are $40. Elementary books are $35. Please make checks payable to SCCS. 

The deadline to order is Thursday, March 29. Supply is limited. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to have this year’s SCCS yearbook!


iServeiServe: Each February, SCCS junior high and high school students pile into cars and head out to serve at more than a dozen different ministries throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties. This two-day event called iServe is an experience unique to SCCS. This year's iServe is February 22-23! iServe Theme: Galatians 5:13. "For you were called to freedom, brethren; only do not turn your freedom into an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another." Click to read more about iServe at SCCS. Click here to review the iServe projects.

We are in need of a few items for the Gladden/Jenkins iServe project. If you are able to, please bring any of the following new items listed below to donate. We will have a collection box in the courtyard the morning of Tuesday, February 20, and Wednesday, February 21. Help us bless as many families as we can through this iServe project!

Items needed for collection:

  • Diapers
  • Baby wipes
  • Bath towels
  • Queen and Twin fitted sheets
  • Nonstick pans
  • Ziploc bags (freezer and sandwich)
  • Gift cards: Walmart, Trader Joe’s, Subway
     

STEM EXPO: It's time to start preparing for this year's annual STEM Expo on Friday, April 13!  Last year, we had 81 creative, innovative projects submitted by our talented scientists, designers, engineers, and inventors! We cannot wait to see what this year will bring! This year, we have added a new category, Engineering Development, for all of our roller coaster builders and architects! We are also allowing students the option to work with ONE partner in their grade level. Students in 3rd through 8th grades may submit a project, but all grades will get to enjoy seeing the projects and learning from experts on our STEM Expo Day!  

Click here to download the information packet for your reference. You will see "Project Milestone" dates and information in the packet. On March 16, our STEM experts will meet with your child to help guide and advise this process. We hope that these "check-in" dates will be helpful! 
 

Spirit Week: April 30-May 4th is Spirit Week at SCCS. spirit week

The following are the dress up days for the week:
Elementary:

  • Monday, April 30th: Decades
  • Tuesday, May 1st: When I grow up...
  • Wednesday, May 2nd: Twin or Group
  • Thursday, May 3rd: Crazy Hair
  • Friday, May 4th: Red Fred

Secondary:

  • Monday, April 30th: Decades
  • Tuesday, May 1st: USA/Red White and Blue
  • Wednesday, May 2nd: Twin or group
  • Thursday, May 3rd: Class Surprise
  • Friday, May 4th: Red Fred
     

Where are they Wednesday…when we highlight former SCCS students #sccsalumni. This week our focus is on AJ Caldwell. A.J. graduated from SCCS in May 2017.

AJ CaldwellHe is a freshman at Boyce College in Louisville, Kentucky, a Christian college in direct connection with the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. A.J. is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Biblical Studies, with a focus on Youth and Family Ministry, while also playing basketball for Boyce. Boyce College plays in Division II of the NCCAA (National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association).

“Attending SCCS prepared me for college immensely,” said A.J. “Whether it be through a faculty that cared not only about my academics, but also my spiritual condition, or a Godly coach in basketball that became like a second father to me through his biblical wisdom and gospel-centered athletic mindset. It wasn’t perfect (as no school is), but it prepared me for the real world that I am encountering here in Kentucky.”

A.J. loves attending Boyce College. “I am thankful for the Lord putting me in such biblically-minded settings, both in high school and now in college,” shared A.J. “To Mrs. Wyllie, Coach Mosley, Mrs. Brenner, Mr. Wilson, Coach Moss, Mr. Franchimone and of course my dad, David Caldwell, the former Dean of Men at SCCS (just to name a few), thank you for your ministry to me and your heart for my spiritual well-being. I am a better person, and more importantly a more steadfast follower of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ because of the Holy Spirit working through you and your example. To God Be The Glory, Great Things He Has Done!”

A.J. currently attends Crossing Church in Louisville, about 15 minutes from Boyce College. “I am extremely blessed by the preaching of Pastor Jack Hughes, a graduate of The Master’s Seminary (from which my dad also graduated),” said A.J. “I have been able to help out in the Sunday School ministry, KidCity, for about two months now and it has been incredible to be able to teach little ones the Bible.”

God has been faithful and good to A.J. this past semester, and he credits the majority of this to SCCS teachers nurturing him in the way of the Lord.

“May God continue to grow SCCS and may students continue to grow in their faith through the Christ-centered classes and athletics,” said A.J. “Go Cardinals!”
 

Choir for Hire: In an effort to raise money for their mission trip to Australia in the spring of 2018, the SCCS Concert Choir are making themselves available for hire. From babysitting and housecleaning to yardwork, these kids are ready to work. All that is asked is for a donation toward the trip. If interested, please contact Kristi Voiles at (916)616-2041 or email Susi Johnson at [email protected]


Do you shop at Amazon, Ralphs, Vons, Pavilions, Whole Foods, Food 4 Less and Target? SCCS has enrolled in Amazon Smile, local grocery stores and eScrip's benefit! Now you have the opportunity to support SCCS while you shop! Click the links to see how you can participate.
 

SCCS is in need of Substitute Teachers: Are you interested in applying to be a substitute teacher? Do you have a friend who may be interested? Click here to apply now!
 

SCCS Shop on the Corner Update:  Honey Buns and packages of doughnuts are available at The Shop on the Corner menu and can be purchased for $1 for students to have with their hot chocolate in the mornings!
 

Moms in Prayer: Join this special group of SCCS moms as they pray over our school, the administration, teachers, families and students, every Monday from 8:00 to 9:00 am in the church nursery.


SCCS Gear: Are you still wanting to order an optional uniform shirt? Click here to visit our campus store. Sweatshirts and hats are now available to order through our campus store. Athletic spirit wear items can be ordered through Noel Miranda.

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