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Come join us as High School Ensemble and Middle School Drama class present Beauty & the Beast Junior on Thursday and Friday, March 23 and 24, at 7:00 PM!  Bring the kids and have a fun wholesome family night at the new Worship Center!

March 6, 2017 Warrior Weekly Newsletter is included in this post.  Topics include:  Senior Night for Cheerleading, Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball; Hall of Fame; Second Grade American Heroes; Fourth Grade Living History Fair; Student Statesmanship Institute Winners

Click HERE to read  whole issue.

 

 

 

Our K-12 Christmas Concert was a huge success, thanks to Fine Arts Directors, Marlin Baker, Darlene Jebson, Kristie Bink, and Vicki Baker!  Each student performed their best, and looked fantastic.  From Frozen to the Nutcracker, all listeners enjoyed the music of Christmas! A very special thank you to Pastor Jimmy Hicks and team for the stunning decorations for the Worship Center! Well done!

HI-YAH! Martial Arts is one of the many after-school classes that FRCS offers for elementary students. Other classes include chess, sewing, and worship dance. Chess started on September 13 in room 261(the MS/HS art room), and it ends on November 15. Chess has many benefits including: memory development and concentration, plus develops logic and critical thinking. Next, we have sewing which started on September 16 in the Media Center. It is led by Toni Davison from the Fashion Factory. Worship dance is in the chapel, and it started September 15. It is taught by Miss Sarita Mehta, a  graduate of FRCS. Finally, there is Martial Arts. It is in the 345 room, and led by Don Fradlis. Martial Arts started on September 12.

Emma Webster and Ariela Boboc, 8th Grade

 

Our youngest students did a self-portrait study in Art class.  Beautiful!  Love these kids!

Students, staff, and parents joined around the American flagpole this morning as part of the National event, See You at the Pole.  Students and educators all across the nation prayed today for our nation, communities, schools, churches, family, and friends.

Class Chaplains, grades 10-12, led prayer this morning, then attendees broke into groups to pray.

“If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7:14

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High School students enjoyed a day at the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada, last Friday.  All high school students dressed in their best and had a perfect day for their get-away. After extensive photo shoots and lunch, they all enjoyed a professional performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The Stratford Festival is Canada’s premier theatre arts festival.

It’s hard to believe that the very first performance featured Sir Alec Guinness performing in a tent on the banks of the Avon River. What followed has been over 60 years of remarkable productions and performances, with the Festival’s stages graced by an international Who’s Who of the theatre world. As Mozart is to Salzburg and Wagner is to Bayreuth, Shakespeare is to Stratford.

Read more about Stratford Festival here.

 

FRCS Class of 2017 celebrated Senior Debut today.  Each student was recognized for their goals and dreams, plans for senior year and beyond, favorite verse, fondest high school memory, and most meaningful scripture.  What a fine group of seniors we are blessed with this year.  We are proud of each one of you.

Thank you, Pastor Jimmy Hicks for your inspiring message of dreaming big, and trusting God to help us achieve our dreams for His glory and honor.

On Friday, August 26, Middle School students enjoyed a mini Spiritual Life retreat for the afternoon. Students played games, had a powerful worship time, and listened as Mr. Woods brought the Word.  Small group discussions followed.  The surprise game at the end was….Knocker Ball, in which the students donned an “inflatable ball” and played human bumper cars…Too much fun!

Thank you, MS staff, for all your extra effort to make this a great day for FRCS Middle School!

The FRC Baseball Warriors achieved their three-peat when they took the MHSAA State District Title, 2016, for the third year in a row!  Awesome season, Warriors!

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