Students ask that question each Wednesday. We had our first chapel service recently. Ashlan and Maddie took care of the music and specials. They did an OUTSTANDING job. It ended with Brother Steve’s Bible lesson about Samson.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Monday, September 27, 2010
Our students were recently busy trying to get votes for the primary held at Pilgrim Nazarene Academy. They worked hard bringing in guests to help them capture a vote or two. They also brought in plenty of treats. We had nachos, chocolate chip cookies,and snow cones from the snow cone truck. Trent and Luke are the candidates for the Presidential Election to be held soon. We will be having a debate on October 3, 2010. Please invite your family and friends to attend.
Saturday, September 25, 2010
PNA students are on a mission to earn the votes of their peers! They want to be president of PNA. Flyers and posters have been handed out readily. The Norwood/Newsom campaign passed out sunglasses. Chloe’ went home with a headache and came back to an office full of kind wishes. Maybe we should have a campaign everyday.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Our 9th and 10th graders are doing a great job in Spanish. They just completed their 1st test. All of them made an A or a B. Wow! I’m impressed. They are having a great time taking it together. As you can see, they are really enjoying their conversation time. They are very competitive so they try to say as much as they can so they can mark themselves a point.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Whether they came in all white….. all black….
all blue……all pink…..all red…..
or gray or even Camo…..PNA students had a great day on their recent Spirit Day. These days are excellent ways to help to make school fun for our kids!
These kindergarteners sure do love Ellie the Elephant to help them with their vowel sounds. They are always wanting Ellie to to visit them. Sara sure has a way of keeping Ellie in line.
Working on number concepts sure is better when you have a snack every now and then.
We can spell our name.
PNA students were excited last Wednesday when the snow cone truck rolled into our parking lot. They sure impressed the vendors. The owner told Joel that his wife couldn’t get over how well behaved yet excited our kids were. That sure makes this teacher proud. :)