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Feed the Need - It's crucial that you follow up your emails with a personal call or text message!
Did you know that following up your emails with a personal text or call can increase your response rate dramatically? Statistically only 10% of emails are responding with donations, while almost 90% of texted and phoned requests respond with donations! We are asking every family to "finish strong" by participating in this simple request. Get your students involved in the process and make it a family activity! We are in the final stretch of this campaign, don't quit now!
Cross Country Meet - 9.13.14 Results
2-Mile Girls Division:
Ashley Immel - 2nd place
Lauren Immel - 4th place
2-Mile Boys Division:
Michael Burleigh - 1st place
Jacob Moore - 2nd place
John Burleigh - 4th place
Opelousas Campus 5th & 6th Grade Football Team
Last Saturday the fifth and sixth grade football team played at Teurlings Catholic. The boys defeated St. Leo Seton with a 6-0 win! It was a great victory for their first game of the season. The team plays again this Saturday! Go Saders!
Opelousas Campus: Middle School Mission Team
The Middle School Mission Team proved that helping others can start at home. The team kicked off their year by cleaning the grounds and eating areas of the Opelousas campus. Thank you for your servant hearts and attitudes!
Opelousas Campus: Senior Luncheon
The senior class of 2015 attended their first senior luncheon of the school year on Wednesday! The field house was decked out from top to bottom in the football tailgate theme. The students wore gear from their favorite team or future college and ate all sorts of tailgating favorites! It wouldn't be a WCA senior luncheon without a photo opportunity, so students posed with football props in front of a homemade goal post. Thank you to all of the senior parents who made this fun luncheon possible!
Opelousas Campus: Class of 2015 Senior Retreat
Senior Retreat was an opportunity for the Class of 2015 to bond as they begin their last year of High School, whether through listening to Coach Vice exhort them through the Word of God or through a competitive game of ultimate frisbee and football. Mr. Patterson shared some of his testimony and encouraged students to think and act in a manner that not only honors God, but also affects their lives in practical ways. Students voted on class song, class motto, and flowers for graduation. There was a fun trip down memory lane, as students reviewed their freshman retreat questionnaires and answers. One student exclaimed that she could not believe her High School years had gone so quickly! After drinks, pizza, and cookies, students returned to their afternoon classes.
Lafayette Campus: Words Chapel
Monday morning in chapel, Mrs. Roberts spoke to the students about the power of their words using two visual examples. The first example involved the students drawing a picture and halfway through their drawing she asked them to use their eraser and change the picture. The meaning behind this example is to show that no matter how much you erase the original picture, you can still see the part of the picture that you tried to remove. The second example was squeezing out a tube of toothpaste and then attempting to put it back into the tube. Once your words come out, you can't take them back! This is why it's so important to avoid using words that are damaging and tear others down. Mrs. Roberts then challenged the students to use words of encouragement and to look for "WOW" moments from their classmates. She also stressed the importance of living by the Golden Rule.
2014 Homecoming Dance
Westminster Christian Academy will host their annual Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 4th, from 8:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now! Purchase them from Paige Dean on the Opelousas campus or at the door.
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