For the gifts and the calling of God are irrevocable. Romans 11:29
Do you know CCA’s mission statement?
Concordia Christian Academy provides a Christ-centered high-quality education in a student-focused environment, preparing young people to actively serve in the world with their unique talents and gifts.
It sounds good, but what does it mean?
*Concordia provides a Bible-based education. At our core, the truths of the Bible are the truths on which we stand. They are solid and timeless, providing solid roots for navigating today’s shifting social climate.
*Concordia equips students with skills that will take them into the future. By concentrating on critical thinking and problem-solving in a variety of subject areas, we prepare them for jobs that haven’t yet been created.
*Concordia educates the whole child: mind, body, and spirit. Academics are important, but learning to live our faith along with planned social interaction provides well-rounded development. A student-focused environment includes all three areas in daily learning. This is one reason why we will never reduce recess time. Instead, we look for opportunities to provide more play time.
*Concordia celebrates the gifts that God gives us, even when they aren’t school-centered. Have you noticed that kids often believe school and athletic gifts, like being good at math or being a good runner, are more important than being a good listener or friend? God made each of us unique for a reason, and all gifts should be utilized. I often remind our students that while talents are God’s gift to us, what we do with them is our gift to God.
We cherish the time we spend with your children. I visualize our partnership as a wheel turning without a beginning or an end. Sharing values between school and home can make the world less confusing for our kids as they grow.
Thanks for lending them to us; we take the responsibility seriously!
We value your feedback. Should any concerns arise, please do not hesitate to speak with your student’s teacher or call me at my cell number below.
Friday, March 31
K-8 VIP/Grandparent Day
11:30 a.m. Dismissal – K-8 Only
Monday, April 3-7
NO SCHOOL – Spring Break
Sunday, April 9
Monday, April 10
NO SCHOOL – Easter Monday
Monday, March 20
HS Baseball vs Oakville @ SERA – 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday, March 22
HS Baseball @ Quilcene – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 23
Girls 5/6 Basketball vs. Hope
Boys 5/6 Basketball vs. Hope
Friday, March 24
HS Baseball Double Header @ Bonney Lake