Parent Resources

CCA Student Handbook

As a parent of a student at Christ Classical Academy, you and your CCA student are responsible for reading, following and complying with the Student Handbook.  We recommend that you download a copy to have on hand to refer to should you have any questions.  To download your copy, click on the link below.


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After Reading the Student Handbook, please download a copy of the "CCA Student Handbook Compliance Form" (below) , sign and return it to your child's teacher by Sept. 15th

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2017-2018 CCA School Calendar

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*TK-2nd Grade- No School on Testing days 4/16-18

*Dates are subject to change should there be an unforeseen conflict with the church!


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Uniform Policy

 

GENERAL UNIFORM POLICY

 

The wearing of uniforms at CCA accomplishes a number of valuable objectives.  Uniforms instill in students a sense of belonging and loyalty to the school community.  Student behavior and productivity are generally improved when students wear uniforms.  Wearing a prescribed uniform helps de-emphasize fashion consciousness and diminishes tendencies to form socioeconomic cliques.  Most families find that purchasing uniforms costs less than buying the typical student wardrobe and uniforms help reduce family conflicts over what to buy and what to wear.  Uniforms serve a practical purpose of safety since students are easily identifiable on field trips and persons not in uniform are easily spotted on our campus.  Finally, uniforms look nice and help create a positive impression of our students and our school within the community. 

The CCA uniform must be worn appropriately, with shirts tucked in for boys, sleeves and collars buttoned, etc.  The uniform should be clean and neat at the beginning of each day.  Uniforms must fit properly and be modest in appearance.  The consequences for wearing the incorrect uniform or for wearing a uniform inappropriately will be considered as a disciplinary action.

 CCA has made a conscious effort to have a relaxed uniform policy, but it is expected to be adhered to strictly.

 Please keep the following information in mind when purchasing uniforms and when making daily uniform choices: 

 ·        To honor God and uphold the way He created boys and girls differently, uniforms will be distinctly feminine for girls and distinctly masculine for boys.

 ·        Girls may purchase a feminine cut Remember when purchasing – Tight-fitting clothing is not allowed.  Shirts should not reveal midriff skin even when bending or raising arms.

 ·        Belts- Required for boys in K-9th grade (TK not required to wear belts). 

Boys: A brown or black leather looking belt must be worn with uniform.  5-9th grade ONLY-Suspender option-5-9th grade boys my choose to wear suspenders instead of belt only on chapel days.

Girls: Belt is optional. If belt is worn it must be brown or black leather looking.  No ornaments for boys or girls on belts. 

 ·        No Cargo or Carpenter style pants, shorts, or skorts are allowed for boys or girls.   

 ·        P.E. uniforms are required for all children in grades 1-9th. TK and Kindergarten will participate in PE but will not dress out in a PE uniform. Appropriate athletic shoes must be worn to PE. 

 ·       Students may be asked to remove accessories that are distracting or inappropriate at the Director’s request.

 ·        CCA hoodies and fleeces may be worn at any time.  All other non-CCA outerwear must be removed upon arrival to school.  (i.e. large winter jackets, etc)

 ·        All skorts must touch the knee, as defined by the crease in the back of the knee.  It is also unacceptable for skorts to be rolled up in order to shorten the length to higher than required length.

 ·        Students may wear any uniform choice in any combination of top with any bottom daily with the exception of formal day (i.e. shorts may be worn in winter or long sleeve in summer).

 ·        Undershirts or camisoles may be worn and must be solid white, gray or match color of top and be tucked in.  No lace or emblems.  Undershirt sleeves cannot show beneath shirt.

 ·       Boots, Slides, Clogs, Sandals, Flip flops, High Tops or slippers are not allowed for boys or girls.

 Accessories and Hair Coloring:

  1. All jewelry must be worn modestly. Earrings and bracelets should not be distracting.  Boys may not wear earrings. Students may be asked to remove jewelry at the Administration’s request.
  2. Hair colorings must be modest and natural in appearance.
  3. No head coverings may be worn at school (i.e.- bandanas, hats, kerchiefs, etc.)  Hats may be worn at specific functions as directed by the school.
  4. No visible tattoos (temporary or permanent) are allowed.
  5. Hair styles must not be hanging down in the eyes for girls or boys. Boys hair should be above the eyebrows, cover no more than half the ear, and off the collar.

 Monthly “Dress Down” Thursday:

(September-May)

One Thursday each month (usually first school attended Thursday of the month unless otherwise designated by the Administrator) will be designated as “Dress Down Thursday”.  On these days, students may wear blue jeans (or any uniform bottoms) and PE uniform shirt, CCA Spirit wear or any optional uniform shirt.  Belts are optional. The jeans must fit properly (no baggies, no holes, no skinny jeans, no jeggings, no appliqués, no embellishments, no dazzles, not too tight).  Boys Shirts must be tucked into the jeans and normal uniform shoes must be worn.  Should a student choose not to participate in the “Dress Down” Thursday, he must wear his normal uniform on that day.  Any student who chooses not to abide by the stated guidelines for “Dress Down” days may be prohibited from participating in future days as deemed appropriate by the administration.  These days are meant to be a fun alternative for the students and we expect everyone to respect those intentions by abiding by the guidelines.

 REQUIRED FORMAL UNIFORM:   (To be worn on chapel days)

All Students TK-9th grade are required to wear formal uniforms appropriate on announced Chapel days.  If Chapel is not scheduled, any uniform choice can be worn.

Transitional Kindergarten Girls’ and Boys (3-4 year old) Uniforms:

 

CCA desires to keep a high standard to honor the Lord in all we do, including uniforms.  Uniforms allow students to have fewer distractions in class.

TK Girls’ and Boys’ Informal/Everyday Uniforms: Any combination of the following items may be worn year-round except for designated Chapel days.  Informal/Everyday uniforms may be worn on days when Chapel is not scheduled.

o   Polo:  long or short sleeve, with collar, solid colors or stripes, cotton material (NO  dry wicking material)

o   Long pants- Navy or Khaki any style (NO characters or embellishments)

o   Shorts- Navy or Khaki, any style (NO characters or embellishments)

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o   Socks- must be visible and worn with all shoes options,  (NO characters, embellishments, outlandish designs or sayings)

o   Shoes-any style ( No high tops)

o   Formal Chapel Uniform-may also be worn on Informal days

o   NO belt required!

TK Girls’ and Boys’ Formal Chapel Uniform:  Must be worn on designated Chapel days year-round.  Chapel uniforms may be worn on other days besides Chapel.

o   Girls-(You may choose between the skort, jumper, or long pant)

o   Skort-(option for girls) JC Penney Izod pleated skort Navy only! can be purchased in store or online (web id # 5004501)

o   Jumper- JC Penney Izod sleeveless Jumper Dress Navy only! can be purchased in store or online (web id#5005011) If you choose to wear the jumper, a navy or black short must be worn under jumper.

o   Pant-Navy only pleated or flat front, (No character or embellishments)

o   Long or short sleeved (your choice year-round) white button up oxford blouse or white cotton polo

o   Navy  or white tights / navy or white knee or ankle length socks

o   Navy, brown or black dress flat dress shoes; heels less than 1 inch

o   Boys-

o   Pant-Navy only pleated or flat front, (No character or embellishments)

o   Long or short sleeved (your choice year-round) white button up oxford or white cotton polo

o   Socks-must be visible

o   Shoe-Dress shoe or matching tennis shoe (No light up or character)

o   NO belt required!

 

*No PE Uniform-TK will not dress out for PE or recess!

 

Outerwear:  CCA Hoodies, or Fleeces may be worn at any time.  Non-CCA coats must be removed upon entering the classroom. 

o   CCA Fleece Jacket with CCA logo (Debbie Embroidery 413-3472)

o   CCA Hoodies-pullover or zipped with CCA logo (Debbie Embroidery)

 

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 Grammar Girls’ (K – 4th grade) Uniforms:

 CCA desires to keep a high standard to honor the Lord in all we do, including uniforms.  Uniforms allow students to have fewer distractions in class.

Grammar Girls’ Informal/Everyday Uniforms: Any combination of the following items may be worn year-round except for designated Chapel days.  Informal/Everyday uniforms may be worn on days when Chapel is not scheduled.

o   Polo:  long or short sleeve, with collar, solid colors only, cotton material (NO pockets, no dry wicking material,no brand name emblems)

o   Long pants- Navy or Khaki, pleated or flat front, classic or boot cut (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Uniform Skort- Navy or Khaki (dark or light khaki)  JC Penney Izod Pleated Skort-it can be purchased in the store on online (web id#5004501)

o   Bermuda Short- Navy or Khaki, pleated or flat front (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Socks- must be visible and worn with all shoe options (NO characters, outlandish designs or sayings) socks need to either match their shoes or uniform shirt.

o   Shoes-

§  Tennis shoes-(NO characters, light-ups or outlandish designs) no high tops

§  “Mary Jane” type

§  Ballet flats

§  Sperry style/deck shoe

o   Formal Chapel Uniform-may also be worn on Informal days

Grammar Girls’ Formal Chapel Uniform:  Must be worn on designated Chapel days year-round.  Chapel uniforms may be worn on other days besides Chapel.

o   Long or short sleeved (your choice year-round) Peter Pan collared , white blouse only (Reads in Hickory carries them)

o   Uniform  Jumper-Navy only! JC Penney Izod Sleeveless Jumper Dress-can be purchased in the store or online (web id# 5005011)

(black or navy shorts must be work under jumper and should not be longer than the jumper shirt length)

o   Navy  or white tights / navy or white knee or ankle length socks

o   Navy, brown or black dress flat shoes; heels less than 1 inch

*Students may bring other shoes to change into for recess or PE on Chapel days.  Students will change back into Chapel shoes when returning to the classroom.

 

Outerwear:  CCA Hoodies, or Fleeces may be worn at any time.  Non-CCA coats must be removed upon entering the classroom. 

o   CCA Fleece Jacket with CCA logo (Debbie's Embroidery-413-3472)

o   CCA Hoodies-pullover or zipped with CCA logo(Debbie's Embroidery)

PE Uniform: Grades 1-4 Only! (Kindergarten will participate in PE class but will NOT dress out for PE or recess and therefore will not need to purchase PE attire!)

o   Grey round collar t-shirt-with or without a pocket can be cotton or dry wicking material

o   Navy gym shorts –Champion or Everlast style with a 7 inch or more inseam

o   Tennis shoes

* To Download a copy of the Grammar Girls (K-4th grade) Uniform click on the link below*

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 Grammar Boys’ (Kindergarten – 4th grade) Uniforms:

 CCA desires to keep a high standard to honor the Lord in all we do, including uniform choices.  Uniforms allow students to have fewer distractions in class.

Grammar Boys’ Informal/Everyday Uniforms: Any combination of the following items may be worn year-round except for designated Chapel days.  Informal/Everyday uniforms may be worn on days when Chapel is not scheduled.

o   Polo:  long or short sleeve, with collar, solid colors only, cotton material (NO pockets, no dry wicking material, brand name emblems) must be tucked in

o   Long pants- Navy or Khaki, pleated or flat front, classic or boot cut (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Short- Navy or Khaki, pleated or flat front (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Belt-Black or Brown leather-like (no ornaments) All boys must wear belts

o   Socksmust be visible and worn with all shoe options (NO characters, outlandish designs or sayings) socks need to either match their shoes or uniform shirt.

o   Shoes-

§  Tennis shoes-(NO characters, light-ups or outlandish designs) No high tops

§  Sperry style/deck shoe

o   Formal Chapel Uniform-may also be worn on Informal days

Grammar Boys’ Formal Chapel Uniforms:  Must be worn on designated Chapel days year-round.  Chapel uniforms may be worn on other days besides Chapel.

o   Oxford shirt-Long or short sleeved (your choice year-round) white only, must be tucked in

o   Pants- Navy only, pleated or flat front (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Socks-solid color, match shoe or pant, mid-calf or higher (NO white socks or ankle socks)

o   Belt -Black or Brown leather-like (no ornaments) All boys must wear belts

o   Dress Shoe -Navy blue, brown or black, mock loafer type or dress lace-up type (NO tennis shoes)

*Students may bring other shoes to change into for recess or PE on Chapel days.  Students will change back into Chapel shoes when returning to the classroom.

 Outerwear:  CCA Hoodies, or Fleeces may be worn at any time.  Non-CCA coats must be removed upon entering the classroom. 

o   CCA Fleece Jacket with CCA logo (Debbie Embroidery 413-3472))

o   CCA Hoodies-pullover or zipped with CCA logo(Debbie Embroidery)

PE Class:  

o   Grey round collar t-shirt-with or without a pocket can be cotton or dry wicking material

o   Navy gym shorts –Champion or Everlast style with a 7 inch or more inseam

o   Tennis shoes 


                                                * To Download a copy of the Grammar Boys (K-4th grade) Uniform click on the link below*

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 Logic/Rhetoric Girls’ (5th – 10th grade) Uniforms:

 CCA desires to keep a high standard to honor the Lord in all we do, including uniform choices.  Uniforms allow students to have fewer distractions in class. 

Logic Girls’ Informal/Everyday Uniforms: Any combination of the following items may be worn year-round except for designated Chapel days.  Informal/Everyday uniforms may be worn on days when Chapel is not scheduled or has been cancelled.

o   Polo:  long or short sleeve, with collar, solid colors only, cotton material (NO pockets, no dry wicking material, brand name emblems)

o   Long pants- Navy or Khaki, pleated or flat front, classic or boot cut (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Double Wrap Pleated Adjustable Waist Skort- Navy or Khaki  (You can find these at Reads in Hickory (1774 N. Center Street Hickory, NC 28601(828) 441-2255) where you can try on samples (or you can order them online at elderwearwecare.com type in style #3923  *If you need a longer skort option you can also order from riflekaynee.com type in style UD-Model 2 pleat skort front and back.)

o   Bermuda Short- Navy or Khaki, pleated or flat front (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Socksmust be visible and worn with all shoe options (NO characters, outlandish designs or sayings) socks need to either match their shoes or uniform shirt.

o   Shoes-

§  Tennis shoes-(NO characters, light-ups or outlandish designs) No high tops

§  “Mary Jane” type

§  Ballet/Dress flats

§  Sperry style/deck shoe

o   Formal Chapel Uniform-may also be worn on Informal days

Logic Girls’ Formal Chapel Uniform:  Must be worn on designated Chapel days year-round.  Chapel uniforms may be worn on other days besides Chapel.

o   Blouse-Oxford style, White,  (short sleeve, ¾ sleeve or long sleeve)

o   Double Wrap Pleated Adjustable Waist Skort- Navy only!  (You can find these at Reads in Hickory (1774 N. Center Street Hickory, NC 28601(828) 441-2255) where you can try on samples (or you can order them online at elderwearwecare.com type in style #3923  *If you need a longer skort option you can also order from riflekaynee.com type in style UD-Model 2 pleat skort front and back.)

o   Sock- Navy or White Knee sock, Navy or white tights or Neutral Plain Hosiery

o   Vest- Red  (You can find these at Reads in Hickory (1774 N. Center Street Hickory, NC 28601(828) 441-2255) where you can try on samples or you can order them online at classroomuniforms.com type in style #56914 in Red)

o   Dress Shoe -Navy Blue, Brown or black leather-like or suede (heels must be less than 2 inches)

*Students need to bring other shoes to change into for recess or PE on Chapel days.  Students will change back into Chapel shoes when returning to the classroom.

Outerwear:  CCA Hoodies, or Fleeces may be worn at any time.  Non-CCA coats must be removed upon entering the classroom. 

o   CCA Fleece Jacket with CCA logo (Debbie Embroidery 413-3472-next door to Jimmy John's in Morganton)

o   CCA Hoodies-pullover or zipped with CCA logo(Debbie Embroidery)

*Girls-CCA Cardigan-grey with CCA logo (Debbie Emroidery)

PE Class:  

o   Grey round collar t-shirt-with or without a pocket can be cotton or dry wicking material

o   Navy gym shorts –Champion or Everlast style with a 7 inch or more inseam

o   Tennis shoes 

* To Download a copy of the Logic/Rhetoric Girls (5-10th grade) Uniform click on the link below*

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 Logic/Rhetoric Boys’ (5th – 10th grade) Uniforms:

 CCA desires to keep a high standard to honor the Lord in all we do, including uniform choices.  Uniforms allow students to have fewer distractions in class.

Logic Boys’ Informal/Everyday Uniforms: Any combination of the following items may be worn year-round except for designated Chapel days.  Informal/Everyday uniforms may be worn on days when Chapel is not scheduled.

o   Polo:  long or short sleeve, with collar, solid colors only, cotton material (NO pockets, no dry wicking material, brand name emblems) must be tucked in

o   Long pants- Navy or Khaki, pleated or flat front, classic or boot cut (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Short- Navy or Khaki, pleated or flat front (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Belt-Black or Brown leather-like (no ornaments) All boys must wear belts

o   Socks- must be visible and worn with tennis shoe (NO characters, outlandish designs or sayings)socks need to either match their shoes or uniform shirt.

o   Shoes-

§  Tennis shoes-(NO characters, light-ups or outlandish designs) no high tops

§  Sperry style/deck shoe

o   Formal Chapel Uniform-may also be worn on Informal days

Logic Boys’ Formal Chapel Uniforms:  Must be worn on designated Chapel days year-round.  Chapel uniforms may be worn on other days besides Chapel.

o   Oxford shirt-Long or short sleeved white only, must be tucked in, button collar

o   Pants- Navy only, pleated or flat front (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments)

o   Socks-solid color, match shoe or pant, must be mid-calf or higher (NO white socks or ankle socks)

o   Tie-any color solid or striped, bow or regular neck tie, hand tied (NO clip-ons)

o   Belt -Black or Brown leather-like (no ornaments) All boys must wear belts or suspenders

*Suspender (Optional)-you may wear navy suspenders instead of a belt on Chapel days only!

o   Dress Shoe -Navy blue, brown or black, mock loafer type or dress lace-up type (NO tennis shoes)

*Students need to bring other shoes to change into for recess or PE on Chapel days.  Students will change back into Chapel shoes when returning to the classroom.

 

Outerwear:  CCA Hoodies, or Fleeces may be worn at any time.  Non-CCA coats must be removed upon entering the classroom. 

o   CCA Fleece Jacket with CCA logo (Debbie Embroidery 413-3472 next to Jimmy John's in Morganton)

o   CCA Hoodies-pullover or zipped with CCA logo(Debbie Embroidery)

PE Class:  

o   Grey round collar t-shirt-with or without a pocket can be cotton or dry wicking material

o   Navy gym shorts –Champion or Everlast style with a 7 inch or more inseam

o  Tennis shoes-no high tops

* To Download a copy of the Logic/Rhetoric Boys (5-10th grade) Uniform click on the link below*

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Supply Lists:


Transitional Kindergarten Supply List

Crayons

Pencils

Pencil Box

Children's Scissors

Glue Sticks

Rest Mat

Pack white copy paper

Paper Towel Roll

Child’s Bible

Box of Kleenex

Bookbag

Box of Ziploc Freezer Bags

Art Smocks-solid color Extra Large t-shirt

*Change of clothes should be sent in daily


Kindergarten Supply List

Crayons

Pencils

Pencil Box

Children's Scissors

Glue Sticks

Rest mat


Writing Tablet-room for drawing on top and lines on bottom

Pack white copy paper

Child’s Bible

Paper Towel Roll

Box of Kleenex

Bookbag

Blank Index Cards-No lines

Art Smock-Oversized solid color T-shirt



1st and 2nd  Grade Supply List


Crayons and Colored Pencils


Pencils

Scissors

Glue Sticks

(2) packs wide-ruled Notebook Paper

1/2 inch Binder (3 ring)

Pack white copy paper

Index Cards-No lines-replenished throughout the year

Child’s Bible

Paper Towel Roll

Box of Kleenex

Bookbag

PE bag-can be a small drawstring-(NO ziploc baggies)

Art Smocks-solid color Extra Large t-shirt


*To download a copy of the  TK/Kindergarten or 1st-2nd Grade Supply List click on the file below.

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3rd& 4th  Grade Supply List

Crayons OR Colored Pencils

Pencils

Grading Pen (any color except black)

Pencil Pouch

Scissors

Ruler

Glue Stick

(2) packs wide-ruled Notebook Paper

Pack white copy paper

(2) Spiral Notebooks wide-ruled, plastic cover (History, Science)

(3) 1 ½ in. 3-ring Binder with pockets (English, Latin, Math)

Index Cards-Replenish throughout year

Pack of Dividers

(1) Folders-3-holes, with pockets

Bible-ESV (English Standard Version)

Box of Kleenex

4 book covers-books can be covered with purchased book covers or covers made with paper bags

Small Whiteboard-approx 8”x 11”

Whiteboard marker and eraser

PE bag-can be a drawstring bag

Bookbag

Art Smock-solid color extra large t-shirt


*To download a copy of the 3rd-4th Grade Supply List click on the file below.

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5th - 8th   Grade Supply List

Students will be changing classes and will not have a locker so we suggest they set up a system to go from class to class that will work best for them.  Here are 2 suggestions we feel will work:

 

  • Use a Trapper Keeper Style Multi-subject Binder with 4 subject Dividers-Language Arts, Math, History, Bible (This will be great to help the child that needs everything in one place.)  If they choose this option they will also need a separate 1 ½ in 3-ring Binder with pockets for Latin.

     

  • OR they can use (5) Individual 1 ½ in 3-ring Binders with pockets for each different subject (Language Arts, Math, History, Bible, Latin) each subject will need Dividers (This option will be great for the child that needs to keep each subject separate.  This option might make the bookbag heavier when taking homework home but it might not be so cumbersome when going from class to class.)

 

Colored Pencils

Pencils

Grading Pen (any color except black)

Pouch for supplies

Scissors

Ruler

Compass

Protractor

Highlighter

Glue Sticks

Graph Paper (Math)

College-ruled Notebook Paper

Pack white copy paper

Small Dry Erase Board (as thin as possible)

Dry Erase Markers

Dry Erase Eraser

Spiral Notebook-with pockets, plastic cover (Science)

Pack of Dividers

Index Cards-Replenish throughout year

Folder-3-holes, with pockets

4 Book covers-at least one should be jumbo

Dictionary

Flash drive

Thesaurus (optional)

Bible-ESV (English Standard Version)

Bookbag

Box of Kleenex




*To download a copy of the 5th-8th Grade Supply List click on the file below.



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9th  -10th  Grade Supply List

Students will be changing classes and will have a cubby/locker. We suggest they set up a system to go from class to class that will work best for them.  Here are 2 suggestions we feel will work but the student is not limited to these suggestions:

 

·        Use a Trapper Keeper Style Multi-subject Binder with 4 subject Dividers-Language Arts, Math, History, Bible (This will be great to help the child that needs everything in one place.)  If they choose this option they will also need a separate 1 ½ in 3-ring Binder with pockets for Latin.

 

·        OR they can use (5) Individual 1 ½ in 3-ring Binders with pockets for each different subject (Language Arts, Math, History, Bible, Latin) each subject will need Dividers (This option will be great for the child that needs to keep each subject separate.  This option might make the bookbag heavier when taking homework home but it might not be so cumbersome when going from class to class.)

 

Colored Pencils

Pencils

Grading Pen (any color except black)

Pouch for supplies

Scissors

Compass-9th grade only!

Ruler

Protractor

Highlighter

Glue Sticks

Graph Paper (Math)

College-ruled Notebook Paper

Pack white copy paper

Small Dry Erase Board (as thin as possible)

Dry Erase Markers

Dry Erase Eraser

(2) Spiral Notebook-with pockets, plastic cover college ruled (Science, Math)

(3) 1 ½ in. 3-ring Binder with pockets

(2) Pack of Dividers

Index Cards-Replenish throughout year

Folder-3-holes, with pockets

Dictionary

Thesaurus (optional)

Bible-ESV (English Standard Version)

4 Book covers-at least one jumbo

Flash Drive

Bookbag

Box of Kleenex

Planner-this is the child’s preference to be able to keep assigned daily work, projects, and tests

Scientific Calculator-You may choose a graphing calculator (TI-83 or TI-84) or a non-graphing scientific calculator (The graphing features of the calculator will not be used until later years)

*Teacher will purchase Compass for 10th Grade students only!



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Summer Reading Lists and Forms

Rising 2nd-4th Grade Summer Reading List & Assignment

 Students are to read a book from their upcoming grade level and complete the appropriate book report form.

 This assignment will help students keep reading skills sharp during the summer and let them catch a glimpse of what is to come in the new school year.  Please choose a book from your child’s rising grade level list to read.  Complete the appropriate book report form and bring it to school on the first day of school. It is required that your child read one book from the list.  It is suggested your child read 2-3 books this summer. Thank you and enjoy reading!

 This assignment does not need to be an added financial burden. Most of these books are available in print and electronic version through the public library system.

 Rising 2nd Graders-Frog and Toad All Year, Arnold Lobel

                                      -Daniel’s Duck, Bulla

                                      -The Great TV Turn-Off (Cul-de-Sac Kids series, Book 18), Lewis

                                      -Buffalo Bill and the Pony Express, Coerr

                                      -George the Drummer Boy, Benchley

                                      -New Kid in Town (Janette Oke’s Animal Friends series), Oke

                                      -Giving Tree, Shel Silverstein

                                      -Any from the Little Bear series, Elsie Homelund Minarik

                                      -Any from the Henry and Mudge series, Rylant

                                      -Nate the Great, Sharmat

Rising 3rd Graders-100 Dresses, Eleanor Estes

                                      -The Knights at Dawn, Osborne (Magic Treehouse)

                                      -The Great Brain, Fitzgerald

                                      -Harriet the Spy, Fitzhugh

                                      -Hannah, Whelan

                                      -Hank the Cowdog, Erickson

                                      -Freckle Juice, Blume

                                      -Any from the Junie B. Jones series, Park

                                     - Any from the Blaze series, Anderson

                                     - Any from the Boxcar Children series, Warner

                                     - Any from the An American Girl series, Park

                                     -Any from the Magic Treehouse series, Osborne

Rising 4th Graders-The Mouse and the Motorcycle, Cleary

                                     -The Borrowers, Norton

                                     -Because of Winn-Dixie, DiCamillo

                                     -Robin Hood, Annie Ingle (ISBN:978-0679810452)

                                     -The Penderwicks, Birdsall

                                     -Ginger Pye, Estes

                                     -Soup, Peck

                                     -Strawberry Girl, Lenski

                                     -The Saturdays, Enright

                                    - Any from Mandie series, Leppard

                                    -Any from Childhood of Famous Americans series

                                    -Any from Sugar Creek Gang Hutchens

 Important: We recommend that parents participate in your child’s summer reading.  Although books on this list come highly recommended from various sources, some of the books may touch on issues that you deem unsuitable for your child.  One source for summaries and reviews is www.amazon.com.  Thank you for giving your child a great start to the new school year by encouraging them to read!


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Rising 5th-8th Grade Summer Reading List & Assignment

Students are to read a book from their upcoming grade level and complete the appropriate book report form.

 Students choose a book from their rising grade level, or one grade level above to read.  Complete the appropriate book report form and bring it to school on the first day of school. The book selected should be one that the student can read independently or with little assistance from parents.  Please be sure to select a novel that the student has not previously read.  It is required that your child read one book from the list.  Thank you and enjoy reading!

 This assignment does not need to be an added financial burden. Most of these books are available in print and electronic version through the public library system.

 Rising 5th Graders-Caddie Woodlawn, Carol Ryrie Brink

                                     -A Little Princess, Burnett

                                     -King of the Wind, Henry

                                     -Sounder, Armstrong

                                     -Sarah Bishop, O’Dell

                                     -The Phantom Tollbooth, Juster

                                    -The Secret Garden, Burnett

                                    -The Door in the Wall, de Angeli

                                     -Any from Chronicles of Narnia series, Lewis

                                     -Any from Elsie Dinsmore series, Finley

                                     -Any from Dear America (boys or girls-series vary)

                                     -Any from Sugar Creek Gang Hutchens

 

Rising 6th Graders-Summer of the Swans, Byars

                                     -The Pushcart Wars, Merrill

                                     -The Incredible Journey, Burnford

                                     -Holes, Sachar

                                     -Brian’s Winter, Paulsen

                                     -Little Women, Alcott (unabridged)

                                     -Bridge to Terabithia, Paterson

                                    -I am David, Holm (Also called North to Freedom)

                                    -Any from G. A. Henty’s series-varies

                                    -Any from Janette Oke’s  Classics for Girls

 

Rising 7th Graders-True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle, Avi       -The Cat of Bubastes, Henty

                                     -Out of the Dust, Hesse                                        -The Slave Dancer, Fox

                                     -A Wrinkle in Time, L’Engle                                -Rifles for Watie, Keith

                                     -Bud, Not Buddy, Curtis                                       -Treasure Island, Stephenson

                                     -Diary of Anne Frank, Frank                              -Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, Taylor

                                     -Watership Down, Adams                                   -Any from Redwall series, Jacques

                                     -Where the Lilies Bloom, Cleaver                      -Any from Lord of the Rings series, Tolken  

                                    

Rising 8th  Graders-Christy, Marshall                                                -Last of the Breed, L’Amour

                                     -She Said Yes, Bernall                                          -Homecoming, Voigt

                                     -Kindnapped, Stevenson (unabridged)          -Any from Mitford series, Karon

                                     -All Creatures Great and Small, Harriot          -Any from Lord of the Rings series, Tolkein

                                     -White Fang, London (unabridged)               -Any from Redwall series, Jacques

                                     -The Giver, Lowry                                                -A Single Shard, Park

                                     -Out of the Silent Planet, Lewis                       -Walk Two Moons, Creech

                                     -Joni, Eareckson                                                  -Love Comes Softly, Oke

 

Important: We recommend that parents participate in your child’s summer reading.  Although books on this list come highly recommended from various sources, some of the books may touch on issues that you deem unsuitable for your child.  One source for summaries and reviews is www.amazon.com.  


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Rising 9th-10th Grade Summer Reading List & Assignment

  Students choose a book from the list below. After reading the books each student must fill out a form responding to several questions about each book they read. Students are to select books that they have not read before that are on the list below. Students are to read these books completely and then fill, print, and submit the completed forms on the first day of class in order to receive credit for the assignment.

 There are two forms; one for fiction books and one for non-fiction. Please be sure to fill out the appropriate form. The forms must be completed and printed for submission on the first day of class. Each student will have one book that is required.

 PLEASE NOTE: Parents and students should use caution in selecting a book from this list. While each of the books below has been chosen because of its distinct merit or its distinguished reputation, many of the books are not written from a Christian worldview and contain elements that conflict with Christian behavior, values, and thought. Books that deal substantially with such elements are marked with an asterisk (*).

 This assignment does not need to be an added financial burden. Most of these books are available in print and electronic version through the public library system.

 

Title

F / N

Author

1.

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

Fiction

Vern, Jules

2.

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The (min. 200 pages)

Fiction

Doyle, Arthur Conan

3.

Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The

Fiction

Twain, Mark

4.

Age of Innocence, The

Fiction*

Wharton, Edith

5.

All Quiet on the Western Front

Fiction*

Remarque, Erich Maria

6.

Anna Karenina

Fiction*

Tolstoy

7.

Anthem

Fiction

Rand, Ayn

 

8.

 

Any Academic Bible Commentary 0ver 200 pages

Please discuss this with your English teacher if you are interested in doing this.

Non-fic.

Various

9.

 

Any book by C.S. Lewis (Except: The Discarded Image, Till We Have Faces, or The Chronicles of Narnia )

Non-fic.

Fiction

Lewis, C.S.

10.

 

Any Book By David McCullough that is over 200 pages

Non-fic.

McCullough, David

11.

Any Book by Francis Schaeffer

Non-fic.

Schaeffer, Francis

12.

Any Book by J. R. R. Tolkien

Fiction

Tolkien, J. R. R.

13.

Any Book by Tim Keller over 200 pages (He has a great book on prayer)

Non-fic

Keller, Timothy

14.

Any Book by Ravi Zacharias over 200 pages

Non-fic

Zacharias, Ravi

 

15.

 

Any play by Shakespeare play except the ones we read in class (Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet, Henry V, Julius Caesar, or Richard III)

Fiction

Shakespeare, William

16.

As I Lay Dying

Fiction*

Faulkner, William

17.

Atlas Shrugged

Fiction*

Rand, Ayn

18.

Awakening, The

Fiction*

Chopin, Kate

19.

Basic Economics

Non-fic.

Sowell, Tomas

20.

Bell Jar, The

Fiction*

Plath, Sylvia

21.

Beloved

Fiction*

Morrison, Toni

22.

Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy

Non-fic.

Metaxas, Eric

23.

Brothers Karamazov

Fiction*

Dostoevsky, Leo

24.

Can Man live Without God?

Non-fic.

Zacharias, Ravi

25.

Candide

Fiction

Voltaire

26.

Catcher in the Rye, The

Fiction*

Salinger, J.D.

27.

Cherry Orchard, The

Fiction

Chekhov, Anton

28.

Chosen, The

Fiction

Potok, Chaim

29.

Christian Imagination, The

Non-fic.

Ryken, Phillip

30.

 

Cost of Discipleship, The

Non-fic.

Bonhoeffer, Dietrich

31.

 

Count of Mote Crisco

Fiction

Dumas, Alexander

32.

 

Crime and Punishment

Fiction*

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor

33.

Crucible, The

Fiction

Miller, Arthur

34.

Cyrano de Bergerac

Fiction*

Rostand, Edmond

35.

Deliver us From Evil

Non-fic.

Zacharias, Ravi

36.

Desiring God

Non-fic.

Piper, John

37.

Dispatches from the Front: Stories of Gospel Advance…

Non-fic.

Keesee, Tim

38.

Doctor Zhivago

Fiction*

Pasternak, Boris

39.

Don Quixote

Fiction

de Cervantes, Miguel

40.

Don’t Waste Your Life

Non-fic.

Piper, John

41.

Dug Down Deep

Non-fic

Harris, Josh

42.

Dumb Ox, The

Non-fic.

G. K. Chesterton

43.

Emma

Fiction

Austen, Jane

44.

Explicit Gospel, The

Non-fic.

Chandler, Matt

45.

Fahrenheit 451

Fiction

Bradbury Ray

46.

Farewell to Arms, A

Fiction*

Hemingway, Ernest

47.

Father Brown Stories, The

Fiction

G. K. Chesterton

48.

Fathers and Sons

Fiction*

Turgenev, Ivan

49.

 

Flames of Rome, The

Hist.Fic.

Maier, Paul L.

50.

 

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Fiction

Hemingway, Ernest

51.

Frankenstein

Fiction

Shelley, Mary

52.

 

Glass Menagerie, The

Fiction*

Williams, Tennessee

53.

Grapes of Wrath, The

Fiction*

Steinbeck, John

54.

Great Expectations

Fiction

Dickens, Charles

55.

House of Mirth, The

Fiction

Wharton, Edith

56.

 

House of Seven Gables, The

Fiction

Hawthorne, Nathaniel

57.

How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth

Non-fic.

Stuart & Fee

58.

Hunchback of Notre Dame, The

Fiction

Hugo, Victor

59.

I Would Die for You

Non-fic.

Higgins, Brent & Deanna

60.

In His Steps

Non-fic.

Sheldon Charles

61.

Invisible Man

Fiction*

Ellison, Ralph

62.

Ivanhoe

Hist. fic.

Scott, Walter

63.

Jane Eyre

Fiction

Brontë, Charlotte

64.

Jungle, The

Fiction*

Sinclair, Upton

65.

Justice Game, The

Fiction

Singer, Randy

66.

Killer Angels, The

Hist.Fic.

Saara. Michael

67.

Knowing God

Non-fic.

Packer J. I.

68.

 

Last of the Mohicans, The

Fiction

Cooper, James Fennimore

69.

Les Miserables

Fiction

Hugo, Victor

70.

Lit!: A Christian Guide to Reading Books

Non-fic.

Reinke Tony

71.

Lord of The Flies

Fiction

Golding, William

72.

Mansfield Park

Fiction

Jane Austen

73.

Metamorphosis, The

Fiction

Kafka, Franz

74.

Moby Dick

Fiction

Melville, Herman

75.

My Antonia

Fiction*

Cather, Willa

76.

Narrative… Life of Frederick Douglass

Fiction

Douglass, Frederick

77.

Native Son

Fiction*

Wright, Richard

78.

Northanger Abby

Fiction

Austen, Jane

79.

O Pioneers!

Fiction*

Cather, Willa

80.

Of Mice and Men

Fiction*

Steinbeck, John

81.

Old Man and The Sea, The

Fiction

Hemmingway, Ernest

82.

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

Fiction*

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander

83.

Orthodoxy

Non-fic.

G. K. Chesterton

84.

Paradise Lost

Fiction

Milton John

85.

Passage to India

Fiction

Forester, E. M.

86.

Picture of Dorian Gray, The

Fiction

Wilde, Oscar

87.

Pleasures of God, The

Non-fic.

Piper, John

88.

Pontius Pilate: A Novel

Hist. fic.

Maier, Paul L.

89.

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, A

Fiction*

Joyce, James

90.

Power of Words and The Wonder of God, The

Non-fic.

Piper, Taylor

91.

Pride and Prejudice

Fiction

Austen, Jane

92.

Prodigal God, The

Non-fic.

Keller, Timothy

93.

 

Raisin in The Sun, A

Fiction*

Hansberry, Lorraine

94.

Recapturing the Wonder

Non-fic.

Zacharias, Ravi

95.

Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (read 200 pages)

Non-fic.

Carson etal.

96.

Robinson Crusoe

Fiction

Defoe, Daniel

97.

Scarlet Pimpernel, The

Fiction

Orczy, Emmuska

98.

Sense and Sensibility

Fiction

Austen, Jane

99.

Silas Marner

Fiction*

George Elliot

100.

Sophie's World: A Novel About the History of Philosophy

Fiction*

Gaarder, Jostin

101.

Sound and the Fury, The

Fiction*

Faulkner, William

102.

Stranger, The

Fiction*

Camus, Albert

103.

Sun Also Rises, The

Fiction*

Hemingway, Ernest

104.

Their Eyes Were Watching God

Fiction*

Hurston, Zora Neale

105.

Things Fall Apart

Fiction*

Achebe, Chinua

106.

Three Musketeers, The

Fiction*

Dumas, Alexandre

107.

Through Gates of Splendor (biography)

Non-fic.

Elliot, Elisabeth

108.

Turn of the Screw, The

Fiction

James, Henry

109.

Twenty Five books that Shaped America

Non-fic.*

Foster, Thomas

110.

War and Peace

Fiction*

Tolstoy

111.

Wooster and Jeeves (any 200 pages)

Fiction

Woodhouse P. G.



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