May 16, 2013 - Canterbury Christian School


May 16, 2013 - Canterbury Christian School
And when He had
spoken these things,
while they beheld,
He was taken up; and
a cloud received Him
out of their sight.
Canterbury Tales
May 16, 2013
Training students in the knowledge
of God and the Christian way of life.
Kudos to the Sixth Grade Class for the very enjoyable
and enlightening PowerPoint presentation in Chapel last
Friday concerning their recent trip to Washington, D.C.!
Thank you also for bringing back to the school such a
captivating souvenir for all of the students and staff to
to Angeli Durepo for moving the
student body so efficiently through this year’s Presidential
Fitness Challenge assessments! We are also grateful to
the Almighty for the beautiful weather He sent to assist us.
DEEP APPRECIATION is also extended to the many
generous Canterbury Hot Lunch Moms who bring
happy smiles to the students on Fridays and promote
such a supportive atmosphere in the school family! You
are the best!
We are deeply grateful to the individual who submitted this modern-day
parable for the enjoyment and benefit of the Canterbury Family…
Greg Cynaumon, Ph. D.
Bible Trivia from Bible Trivia
Quiz Book, by
ATTENTION PARENTS of 5th Grade Girls
We have a large inventory of 6th grade skirts on sale for $22 each.
Now would be a great time to prepare for next year and help us clean
out our supply room closet! If interested, please see Mrs. Johnson.
Thank you in advance, The Office
May 17
Chapel Chimes & Bells (8:45 AM)
Convalescent Program Following (Grades 5-6)
May 22
Last Day to Check Out Library Books
May 24
Chapel – Choir Presentations (8:45 AM)
May 27
Memorial Day (No School)
May 29
Library Book Returns
May 31
Chapel – Presidential Fitness Challenge Awards
Minimum Day
June 2
Hand Bells -- St. Paul’s Anglican Church (10:30 AM)
June 3
Library Book Returns
June 3
Report Cards
June 5
Awards Chapel (12:30 PM)
Parents and family members are cordially invited to attend daily
Chapel services. Upcoming Chapel lessons are as follows:
Monday (5-20)
Ecclesiastes 12:5-8 – The Almond Tree & Golden Bowl
Tuesday (5-21)
St. Matthew 12:34-37 – Good and Bad Treasures
Wednesday (5-22) Ecclesiastes 12:9-12 – Many Books & Much Study
Thursday (5-23)
St. Luke 6:39 – The Blind Guiding the Blind
Friday (5-24)
Chapel Choral Celebration – “All Things Are New”
Expect great things from God.
Attempt great things for God.
Truly, truly, I say unto you, he who believes in Me, the
works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than
these shall he do; because I go to the Father.
St. John 14:12 NASB
The “object pronoun” is always used with the object of a preposition. Nearly all errors
in usage occur in compound constructions. Two clear examples are furnished below…
INCORRECT: The tickets were for Jim and I.
CORRECT: The tickets were for Jim and me.
INCORRECT: She went to lunch with Sue and I.
CORRECT: She went to lunch with Sue and me.
Love seems the swiftest, but it is the slowest of all growths. No
man or woman really knows what perfect love is until they have
been married a quarter of a century.
- Mark Twain's Notebook
A study recently revealed the stopping distances and reaction
times of those who use cell phones while driving are slower
than those of intoxicated drivers. Remember to give your full
attention to driving, especially in Canterbury’s parking lot!
Safety is something we can all live with!
This year’s souvenir
brought back from
Washington, D.C. has truly
captivated the student body! A steady
stream of students still visit the office to
examine this wonder! Thank you again to
the Graduating
Class of 2013!
Our love and gratitude,
The Office
Upward and Onward
for the King!
The Administration

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