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2020-2021  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.


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. 14th

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2021-2022 CCA School Calendar

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School Hours:  School begins at 7:50 am and ends 3:00 pm (TK-7:50 am - 11:50 am)

 Morning Drop Off is from 7:25 am-7:50 am

Afternoon Pick-Up is from 3:00 pm-3:20 pm

Early Dismissal-11:50 am


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.

 CCA Modesty Dress Code:

 ·        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. Please follow these guidelines at all times while on campus or off campus or when at any CCA event or function.

 ·        Girls may purchase a feminine cut, but tight-fitting clothing is not allowed.  If clothing becomes too tight throughout the year it is required to be replaced. Shirts should not reveal midriff even when bending or raising arms. Shirts cannot be tied up or altered with fads.

 ·        Belts- Required for boys in K-12th grade (TK not required to wear belts). 

Boys: A brown or black leather looking belt must be worn with uniform.  5-12th grade ONLY-Suspender option-5-12th grade boys my choose to wear suspenders instead of belt only on chapel days.

Boy's shirts must be worn tucked in at all times. (This includes all dress days-Informal, Chapel, Dress Down, special attire days, etc)

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

All skorts/skirts/jumpers must touch the knee, as defined by the crease in the back of the knee.  We understand throughout the year the students grow in height.  Once a skort/skirt/jumper reaches 2 inches above the knee when standing it needs to be replaced.  It is also unacceptable for skorts/skirts to be rolled up in order to shorten the length to higher than required length.

 ·        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 5-12th. TK-4th 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 Administrator’s request.

 ·        CCA hoodies and fleeces may be worn at any time.  All other non-CCA outerwear cannot be worn in the building.  (i.e. large winter jackets, etc.)

 ·        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, Open Toe, High Tops or shoes with a slipper appearance 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:

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-12th 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 (any vendor)

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

o   Shorts- Navy or Khaki, Bermuda style for girls (NO characters or embellishments)  (any vendor) 

*  Skort-(informal option for girls) JC Penney "Izod Comfort Waistband Girls Scooter Skirt"  Navy or khaki can be purchased in store or online (web id # 5003037) cannot be worn for chapel.

*  Polo Dress-(option for girls) Children's Place Girl's Uniform Pique Polo Dress (Tidal (Navy) & Ruby (Red) only)

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

o   Shoes-any style ( No high tops) (any vendor)

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-

o   Jumper-  must be purchased from one of the vendors below:

Option 1) French Toast 2 in 1 pleated dress (navy only! )can be purchased  online at https://www.frenchtoast.com/2-in-1-pleated-dress-girls-4-6x/p/1451 (item #1451) See picture below

OR 

Option 2) The Children's Place, "Girls Uniform Wrinkle Resistant Jumper" Color: Tidal (Navy Only!) see picture below

    -a navy or black short must be worn under jumper.

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

o   Navy  or white tights / navy or white knee or ankle length socks (any vendor)

o   Navy, brown or black dress flat dress shoes; heels less than 1 inch (any vendor)

Optional: Girls have the option to wear the navy cardigan (with CCA logo) from Debbie's Embroideries on chapel days!  (See below)

o   Boys-

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

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

o   Socks-must be visible (any vendor)

o   Shoe-Dress shoe or matching tennis shoe (No light up or character) no boots nor open toe (any vendor)

o   Belt is optional

Optional: 

*Tie-any color solid or striped, bow or regular neck tie (any vendor)

*Blazer-Navy Blazer-no other color and no logo (any vendor)

 

*All Girl's skorts/jumpers must touch the knee, as defined by the crease in the back of the knee.  We understand throughout the year the students grow in height.  Once a skort/jumper reaches 2 inches above the knee when standing it needs to be replaced. 

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

 

Outerwear:  CCA Hoodies, or Fleeces (with CCA logo) may be worn at any time.  Non-CCA outerwear not permitted inside building. 

  •       CCA Fleece Jacket (with CCA logo) (Debbie's Embroidery 413-3472)
  •       CCA Hoodies-pullover or zipped (with CCA logo) (Debbie's Embroidery)
  •      CCA Soft Shell Jacket (with CCA Logo) Debbie's Embroidery


 

TK-4th grade Girl's Informal/Everyday Polo Dress (NOT Chapel wear) Ruby & Tidal Only!

Ruby (Red)

Tidal (Navy)

TK-4th grade Girl's Chapel Jumper Option 1:

French Toast

2 in 1 pleated dress navy only Item #1451

TK-4th grade Girl's Chapel Jumper Option 2:

Children's Place

Girls Uniform Wrinkle Resistant Jumper Navy only

 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) (any vendor)

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

o   Skort- Navy or Khaki (khaki cannot be worn for chapel)  JC Penney Izod Comfort Waistband Girls Scooter Skirt-it can be purchased in the store or online (web id#5003037) 

 *Polo Dress-(option for girls) Children's Place Girl's Uniform Pique Polo Dress (Tidal (Navy) & Ruby (Red) only)

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

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. (any vendor)

o   Shoes-(any vendor)

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

§  “Mary Jane” type

§  Ballet flats

§  Sperry style/deck shoe

*No open toe or boot

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 (any vendor)

o  Jumper-must be purchased from the vendors mentioned below  

Option 1) French Toast 2 in 1 pleated dress (navy only! )can be purchased  online at https://www.frenchtoast.com/2-in-1-pleated-dress-girls-4-6x/p/1451 (item #1451) See picture above

OR 

Option 2) The Children's Place, "Girls Uniform Wrinkle Resistant Jumper" Color: Tidal (Navy Only!) see picture above

    -a navy or black short must be worn under jumper.

o   Navy  or white tights / navy or white knee or ankle length socks (any vendor)

o   Navy, brown or black dress flat shoes; heels less than 1 inch (no open toe nor boot)  (any vendor)

*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.

 *All Girl's skorts/jumpers must touch the knee, as defined by the crease in the back of the knee.  We understand throughout the year the students grow in height.  Once a skort/jumper reaches 2 inches above the knee when standing it needs to be replaced. 

Outerwear:  CCA Hoodies, or Fleeces (with CCA logo) may be worn at any time.  Non-CCA outerwear not permitted inside building. 

  •       CCA Fleece Jacket (with CCA logo) (Debbie's Embroidery 413-3472)
  •       CCA Hoodies-pullover or zipped (with CCA logo) (Debbie's Embroidery)
  •      CCA Soft Shell Jacket (with CCA Logo) Debbie's Embroidery

No PE Uniform-TK-4th  do not dress out for PE or recess!


 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 brand name emblems) (any vendor) must be worn tucked in

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

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

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

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. (any vendor)

o   Shoes-(any vendor)

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

§  Sperry style/deck shoe

*No boot

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 worn tucked in (any vendor)

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

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

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

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)

No PE Uniform-TK-4th  do not dress out for PE or recess!

                                                

 Logic/Rhetoric Girls’ (5th – 12th 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) (any vendor)

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

o   Double Wrap Pleated Adjustable Waist Skort- Navy or Khaki  (You can find these at Reads in Hickory (1616 Tate Blvd. Hickory, NC 28602 (828) 277-6380) where you can try on samples (or you can order them online at shop.readsuniforms.net/educationnc hover your cursor over the icon with the school name, click and type in  Code: ccanc then click sign in. 

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

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.(any vendor)

o   Shoes-(any vendor)

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

§  “Mary Jane” type

§  Ballet/Dress flats

§  Sperry style/deck shoe

*No open toe or boot

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) (any vendor)

o   Skort-Two Options can be found at Reads in Hickory (1616 Tate Blvd. Hickory, NC 28602 (828) 441-2255) where you can try on samples (or you can order them online at shop.readsuniforms.net/educationnc hover your cursor over the icon with the school name, click and type in  Code: ccanc then click sign in. 

Option 1:  Double Wrap Pleated Adjustable Waist Skort by Elderwear 3923- Navy only!  (see picture below). (This option will fit short to average height girls)

Option 2: This is a skort option for tall girls that allow extra length.  Navy only!

o   Sock- Navy or White Knee sock, Navy or white tights or Neutral Plain Hosiery (any vendor)

o   Vest- Red  (You can find these at Reads in Hickory (1616 Tate Blvd. Hickory, NC 28602 (828) 277-6380) where you can try on samples or you can order them online at shop.readsuniforms.net/educationnc hover your cursor over the icon with the school name, click and type in  Code: ccanc then click sign in. (see picture below)

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

*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.


*All Girl's skorts/skirts must touch the knee, as defined by the crease in the back of the knee.  We understand throughout the year the students grow in height.  Once a skort/skirt reaches 2 inches above the knee when standing it needs to be replaced. 

*If clothing becomes too tight throughout the year it is required to be replaced.

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 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 


Logic/Rhetoric (5th-12th Grade) Girls Chapel Skort (Navy only!)

Logic/Rhetoric (5th-12th Grade) Girls Chapel Vest (Red only!)

 Logic/Rhetoric Boys’ (5th – 12th 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 worn tucked in(any vendor)

o   Long pants- Navy or Khaki, (Khaki cannot be worn for chapel) pleated or flat front, classic or boot cut (NO skinny, cargo, holes, rips, embellishments) (any vendor)

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

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

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. (any vendor)

o   Shoes-(any vendor)

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

§  Sperry style/deck shoe

*No boot

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 button up white only, must be tucked in (any vendor)

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

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

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

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

*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  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


 

Supply Lists:


Transitional Kindergarten Supply List

Crayons

Pencils

Pencil Box

Children's Scissors

Glue Sticks

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

Box/es of Clorox Antibacterial wipes (if available)



Kindergarten Supply List

Crayons

Pencil Box

Children's Scissors

Glue Sticks-2 packs

Twistable Colored Pencils

Pack white copy paper

Child’s Bible

Paper Towel Roll

Box/es of Clorox Antibacterial wipes (if available)

Hand Sanitizer (if available)

Box of Kleenex

Bookbag

Pencil Top erasers

Large pink eraser

Art Smock-Oversized solid color T-shirt



1st  Grade Supply List

Crayons

Colored Pencils-twistables

Crayola Markers

Pencils

Dry Erase board 

1 (4 pack) thin expo dry erase markers

Scissors

pack of Manuscript paper

sticky notes (any color)

Glue Stick

Pack white copy paper

1 pack index cards

1 inch 3-Ring Binder-History & Writing Portfolio (both subjects will go in one binder)

1 (5 pack) dividers for 3 ring binder

Child’s Bible-ESV

Paper Towel Rolls

Box of Kleenex

Bookbag

Art Smock-solid color extra large t-shirt

Pencil Box

1-Wide Ruled composition notebook

2-spiral notebooks-wide ruled

Box/es of Clorox Antibacterial wipes (if available)

Hand Sanitizer (if available)


2nd  Grade Supply List

Crayons

Colored Pencils-twistables

Crayola Markers

Pencils

Scissors

Glue Sticks-6

3 Pack highlighters

Pack white copy paper

1 inch 3-Ring Binder-Daily Communication

1 inch 3-Ring Binder- History & Writing Portfolio (only new students will need this, returning students have one from 1st grade that will be passed to 2nd grade teacher)

1-Pack of Index Cards (With lines)-Replenish throughout year

Child’s Bible-ESV

Paper Towel Roll

Box of Kleenex

Bookbag

Pencil Box

1-wide-ruled composition notebook

3-spiral notebooks-wide ruled

Box/es of Clorox Antibacterial wipes (if available)

Sketchpad-Art (to be left at school)

1 box sandwich size ziploc bags

1 box gallon size ziploc bags



 

3rd& 4th  Grade Supply List

Crayons and Colored Pencils

Pencils and pencil top erasers

pencil sharpener

Grading Pen (any color except black)

Pencil Box

Scissors

Ruler

Glue Sticks - 3

(2) packs wide-ruled Notebook Paper

1 inch 3-Ring Binder-History & Writing Portfolio (both subjects will go in one binder) This is for new students only, returning students have one from last year. 

Pack white copy paper

(1) 5 subject Spiral Notebook- wide-ruled with plastic cover (English)

(1) Three Subject Notebook (Latin)

(2) One Subject spiral notebooks

2 packs Index Cards-(Latin) Replenish throughout year

 (5) Folders-3-holes, with pockets - please label all with student's name

Sketchpad-Art

Bible-ESV (English Standard Version)

Box of Kleenex

book covers-books can be covered with purchased book covers or covers made with paper bags (2 small and 2 large)

Small Whiteboard-approx 8”x 11”

Whiteboard markers (pack of 4) and eraser

Bookbag


 

5th-8th   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 (optional)

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

Composition Notebook (Science)

Pack of Dividers

Index Cards-(Latin) Replenish throughout year

Sketch Book-Art (for drawing and water color paints)

4 Book covers-at least one should be jumbo

(2) Spiral or Composition Notebooks (5th & 6th Grade)

Three Subject Notebook (Latin)

Intermediate Dictionary

Flash drive (optional if child will use personal computer for in class workdays)

Thesaurus 

Bible-ESV (English Standard Version)

Bookbag

Paper Towel Roll

Box/es of Kleenex

Honors 8th Grade Math-Algebra I-Scientific Calculator-You may choose a graphing calculator (TI-84 any edition) or a non-graphing scientific calculator (The graphing features of the calculator will not be used until later years)




9th  -12th  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 (optional)

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

Composition Notebook (Science)

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

(2) Pack of Dividers

Index Cards-Replenish throughout year

Folder-3-holes, with pockets

Intermediate Dictionary

Thesaurus 

Bible-ESV (English Standard Version)

4 Book covers-at least one jumbo

Flash Drive (optional if using personal computer for workdays)

Bookbag

Box of Kleenex

Paper Towel Roll

Planner-any style

Scientific Calculator-Algebra I & Geometry-You may choose a graphing calculator (TI-84 any edition) or a non-graphing scientific calculator (The graphing features of the calculator will not be used until later years)

Algebra II-You must have a graphing calculator (TI-84 any edition, or TI-89)

*Teacher will purchase Compass for Geometry students only!



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 must choose a book from their rising grade level (or one grade level above) to read, complete the appropriate book report form*, and submit it to their Language Arts Teacher on the first day of school. Please be sure to select a novel that the student has not read previously. It is mandatory that your child read at least one book from the pertinent list. The book selected should be one that the student can read independently or with little assistance from parents.  Most of these books are available in print and/or electronic versions are available through the public library system. If a student cannot find a book that he/she would like to read, and does not want to purchase it, he/she should ask the Language Arts Teacher, if there are any copies available for loan.

Although these books are recommended highly by various sources, we recommend that parents participate in your child’s summer reading because there may be some issues within a given book that you may deem unsuitable for your child. One source for summaries and reviews is www.amazon.com.

Rising 5th Graders

Sounder,

William H. Armstrong

Caddie Woodlawn,

Carol Ryrie Brink

A Little Princess or The Secret Garden,

Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Door in the Wall,

Marguerite de Angeli

Dear America,

Novel Series,

Various Authors

Elsie Dinsmore,

Novel series,

Martha Finley

King of the Wind, Marguerite Henry

Sugar Creek Gang, Novel Series,

Paul Hutchens

The Phantom Tollbooth,

Norton Juster

Chronicles of Narnia, Novel Series,

C. S. Lewis

Sarah Bishop,

Scott O’ Dell

 

 

 

*The appropriate form (i.e., Fiction or Non-Fiction) may be found on the CCA website: www.cca4god.org

Rising 6th Graders

Little Women,

Louisa May Alcott

The Incredible Journey,

Sheila Burnford

Summer of the Swans,

Betsy Byars

Any G. A. Henty novel, except The Cat of Bubastes

I Am David (a.k.a. North to Freedom),

Anne Holm

Chronicles of Narnia, Novel Series,

C. S. Lewis

The Pushcart Wars,

Jean Merrill

Classics for Girls,

Novel Series,

Janette Oke

Bridge to Terabithia,

Katherine Paterson

Brian’s Winter,

Gary Paulsen

Holes,

Louis Sachar

 

 

 

Rising 7th Graders

Watership Down,

Richard Adams

True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle,

Avi

Where the Lilies Bloom,

Bill & Vera Cleaver

Bud, not Buddy,

Christopher Paul Curtis

The Slave Dancer,

Paula Fox

The Diary of a Young Girl (a.k.a. The Diary of Anne Frank),

Anne Frank

Any G. A. Henty novel, except The Cat of Bubastes

Out of the Dust,

Karen Hesse

Chronicles of Narnia, Novel Series,

C. S. Lewis

Any from Redwall,

Novel Series,

Brian Jacques

Rifles for Watie,

Harold Keith

A Wrinkle in Time,

Madeleine L’ Engle

Classics for Girls,

Novel Series,

Janette Oke

Treasure Island,

Robert Louis Stephenson

Lord of the Rings,

Novel Series,

J. R. R. Tolkien

 

 

 

Rising 8th Graders

Walk Two Moons,

Sharon Creech

Joni,

Joni Eareckson

(with Joe Musser)

All Creatures Great and Small,

James Herriot

Any from Redwall,

Novel Series,

Brian Jacques

The Mitford Years,

Novel Series,

Jan Karon

Last of the Breed,

Louis L’ Amour

Chronicles of Narnia, Novel Series,

C. S. Lewis

The Space Trilogy,

Novel Series,

C. S. Lewis

The White Fang,

Jack London

The Giver,

Lois Lowry

Christy,

Catherine Marshall

Love Comes Softly,

Janette Oke

A Single Shard,

Linda Sue Park

Lord of the Rings,

Novel Series,

J. R. R. Tolkien

Homecoming,

Cynthia Voigt

 

 

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Rising 9th-12th Grade Summer Reading List & Assignment

  CCA students are required to complete a summer reading assignment. Students should select and read one book from the list below, complete the appropriate book report form*, and submit it to their English Teacher on the first day of school. Please be sure to select a novel that the student has not read previously. It is mandatory that your child read at least one book from the pertinent list. The book selected should be one that the student can read independently or with little assistance from parents.  Most of these books are available in print and/or electronic versions are available through the public library system.

Note: If you are interested in reading a book or researching a topic that is not listed below, prior approval must be given by a CCA administrator.

*The appropriate form (i.e., Fiction or Non-Fiction) may be found on the CCA website: www.cca4god.org

 

Nota Bene: Although these books are recommended highly by various sources, we recommend that parents and students select cautiously from these book lists because some of these books are written from a non-Christian worldview, which contain elements that conflict with Christian teaching and behavior. Books that deal substantially with such non-Christian elements are marked with an asterisk (*).

 

 

 

 

FICTION

1.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Vern, Jules

2.

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (at least 200 pages)

Doyle, Arthur Conan

3.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Twain, Mark

4.

The Aeneid

Virgil

5.

The Age of Innocence*

Wharton, Edith

6.

All Quiet on the Western Front*

Remarque, Erich Maria

7.

Anna Karenina*

Tolstoy, Leo

8.

Anthem

Rand, Ayn

9.

Any C. S. Lewis book, except The Chronicles of Narnia

Lewis, C. S.

10.

Any J. R. R. Tolkien book (at least 200 pages)

Tolkien, J. R. R.

11.

Any Shakespeare work (at least 200 pages)

Shakespeare, William

12.

As I Lay Dying*

Faulkner, William

13.

Atlas Shrugged*

Rand, Ayn

14.

The Awakening*

Chopin, Kate

15.

The Bell Jar*

Plath, Sylvia

16.

Beloved*

Morrison, Toni

17.

Brothers Karamazov

Dostoevsky, Fyodor

18.

Candide

Voltaire

19.

Catch-22

Heller, Joseph

20.

The Catcher in the Rye*

Salinger, J. D.

21.

The Cherry Orchard

Chekhov, Anton

22.

The Chosen

Potok, Chaim

23.

The City of God

Augustine

24.

The Communist Manifesto

Marx, Karl

25.

The Count of Monte Cristo

Dumas, Alexandre

26.

Crime and Punishment*

Dostoevsky, Fyodor

27.

The Crucible

Miller, Arthur

28.

Cyrano de Bergerac

Rostand, Edmond

29.

The Divine Comedy

Alighieri, Dante

30.

Doctor Zhivago*

Pasternak, Boris

31.

Don Quixote

de Cervantes, Miguel

32.

Dracula

Stoker, Bram

33.

Emma

Austen, Jane

34.

Fahrenheit 451

Bradbury, Ray

35.

A Farewell to Arms*

Hemingway, Ernest

36.

The Father Brown Stories (at least 200 pages)

Chesterton, G. K.

37.

Fathers and Sons*

Turgenev, Ivan

38.

The Flames of Rome

Maier, Paul L.

39.

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Hemingway, Ernest

40.

Frankenstein

Shelley, Mary

41.

The Glass Menagerie*

Williams, Tennessee

42.

The Grapes of Wrath*

Steinbeck, John

43.

Great Expectations

Dickens, Charles

44.

The House of Mirth

Wharton, Edith

45.

The House of Seven Gables

Hawthorne, Nathaniel

46.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Hugo, Victor

47.

Invisible Man*

Ellison, Ralph

48.

Ivanhoe

Scott, Walter

49.

Jane Eyre

Brontë, Charlotte

50.

Jeeves and Wooster series (at least 200 pages)

Wodehouse, P. G.

51.

The Jungle*

Upton, Sinclair

52.

The Justice Game

Singer, Randy

53.

The Killer Angels

Shaara, Michael

54.

The Last of the Mohicans

Cooper, James Fennimore

55.

Middlemarch*

Eliot, George

56.

The Mill on the Floss*

Eliot, George

57.

Les Miserables

Hugo, Victor

58.

The Lord of the Flies

Golding, William

59.

Mansfield Park

Austen, Jane

60.

The Metamorphosis

Kafka, Franz

61.

Moby Dick

Melville, Herman

62.

My Ántonia*

Cather, Willa

63.

Native Son*

Wright, Richard

64.

Northanger Abbey

Austen, Jane

65.

O Pioneers!*

Cather, Willa

66.

Of Mice and Men*

Steinbeck, John

67.

The Old Man and the Sea

Hemmingway, Ernest

68.

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander

69.

Paradise Lost

Milton, John

70.

Passage to India

Forester, E. M.

71.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Wilde, Oscar

72.

Pontius Pilate: A Novel

Maier, Paul L.

73.

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man*

Joyce, James

74.

Pride and Prejudice

Austen, Jane

75.

A Raisin in the Sun*

Hansberry, Lorraine

76.

Robinson Crusoe

Defoe, Daniel

77.

The Scarlet Pimpernel

Orczy, Baroness

78.

Sense and Sensibility

Austen, Jane

79.

Silas Marner*

George Eliot

80.

Sophie’s World*

Gaarder, Jostein

81.

The Sound and Fury*

Faulkner, William

82.

The Stranger

Camus, Albert

83.

The Sun Also Rises*

Hemingway, Ernest

84.

Their Eyes Were Watching God*

Hurston, Zora Neale

85.

Things Fall Apart*

Achebe, Chinua

86.

The Three Musketeers*

Dumas, Alexandre

87.

The Turn of the Screw

James, Henry

88.

To Kill A Mockingbird

Lee, Harper

89.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Stowe, Harriet Beecher

90.

Vanity Fair*

Thackeray, William Makepeace

91.

War and Peace

Tolstoy, Leo

92.

Wuthering Heights

Brontë, Emily

 

 

 

NON-FICTION

1.

Any Academic Bible Commentary (at least 200 pages); Note: Prior approval must be given by an Administrator

Various

2.

Any work by Augustine of Hippo (at least 200 pages)

Augustine

3.

Any work by John Calvin (at least 200 pages)

Calvin, John

4.

Any work by D. A. Carson (at least 200 pages)

Carson, D. A.

5.

Any work by David McCullough (at least 200 pages)

McCullough, David

6.

Any work by Tim Keller (at least 200 pages)

Keller, Timothy

7.

Any work by Peter Leithart (at least 200 pages)

Leithart, Peter

8.

Any work by Martin Luther (at least 200 pages)

Luther, Martin

9.

Any work by J. I. Packer (at least 200 pages), except Knowing God.

Packer, J. I.

10.

Any work by Francis Schaeffer (at least 200 pages)

Schaeffer, Francis

11.

Any work by John R. W. Stott (at least 200 pages)

Stott, John R. W.

12.

Any work by Doug Wilson (at least 200 pages)

Wilson, Douglas

13.

40 Questions about Interpreting the Bible

Plummer, Robert L.

14.

Basic Economics

Sowell, Thomas

15.

Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy

Metaxas, Eric

16.

The Christian Imagination

Ryken, Phillip

17.

The Communist Manifesto*

Marx, Karl

18.

The Cost of Discipleship

Bonhoeffer, Dietrich

19.

Desiring God

Piper, John

20.

Dispatches from the Front: Stories of Gospel Advance in the World’s Difficult Places

Keesee, Tim

21.

Don’t Waste Your Life

Piper, John

22.

The Dumb Ox

Chesterton, G. K.

23.

The Explicit Gospel

Chandler, Matt

24.

How to Read the Bible for All It’s Worth

Fee, Gordon & Stuart, Douglas

25.

Lit!: A Christian Guide to Reading Books

Reinke, Tony

26.

Mein Kampf*

Hitler, Adolph

27.

Night

Wiesel, Elie

28.

On the Origin of Species

Darwin, Charles

29.

Orthodoxy

Chesterton, G. K.

30.

The Pleasures of God

Piper, John

31.

The Power of Words and the Wonder of God

Piper, John & Taylor, Justin, eds.

32.

Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (at least 200 pages)

Piper, John & Grudem, Wayne, eds.

33.

The Republic

Plato

34.

Summa Theologica (at least 200 pages)

Aquinas, Thomas

35.

Through Gates of Splendor

Elliot, Elisabeth

36.

Twenty-Five Books That Shaped America

Foster, Thomas C.

37.

War of Words: Getting to the Heart of Your Communication Struggles

Tripp, Paul David

 


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