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Tackling Text Complexity

Teachers at Calvary have been learning and refining Language Arts instruction this year, specifically in the area of text complexity.  In evaluating the texts that our students read, we need to make sure that the text level is appropriate and

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Mathletes Compete

With their future as bright as their smiles, 24 Calvary Christian School mathletes attended the annual ACSI Math Olympics on Friday March 21st. Four students per grade were selected to represent their class from 3rd through 8th grade. Under coordinator,

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8th Grade Travels to D.C.

On March 28, 2014, 33 eighth graders, 12 parents and 3 teachers traveled to Washington D.C., Gettysburg, Jamestown, Williamsburg and New York for the annual trip which brings to life their study of American History. It is an exciting time

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Presidents’ Day Assembly

On February 13th, Calvary Christian School elementary students gathered to celebrate President’s Day in the Calvary Church Worship Center. The morning started with a celebration of our country through patriotic music provided by our talented student body. Next, some of

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Word Challenge

Did you know that approximately 65% of all written material is made up of just 300 words? Over half of all newspapers, textbooks, children’s stories and novels are composed with these same 300 words. In 1948, Edward Dolch, PhD, compiled

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Sweat from the Heart

Olympic Days is a special week for CCS students, teachers, and staff. It’s an exciting time where classes from kindergarten to sixth grade have a chance to honor God through exercise in various places on campus such as the gym,

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Striving for Excellence (part 3)

Excellence in our Teaching James Stenson once said, “Children develop by what they see, what they hear, and what they are repeatedly led to do.” He is right! For this reason,we must model excellence for our students- it must be

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