WCS Kindergarteners Visits South Main Church of Christ Benevolence Center

The Weatherford Christian School Kindergarten class visited the South Main Church Of Christ Benevolence Center on Wednesday, April 12th for their Easter Mission Project. They toured the facility, and learned how the church provides for those in need. Each child had the privilege to donate toiletry items, and see Christ’s love in action.

WCS Wins Big at ACSI District Science Fair

Students from Weatherford Christian School competed in ACSI District Science Fair last Friday, at Trinity Baptist Temple Academy, in Fort Worth. WCS earned top honors in the Science Fair, with 1st place in 2 categories, and 2nd place in 2 categories. Five students earning Superior ratings.

In 6th grade, Alyssa Farmer and Jordan Findley competed in Life Science.  Jordan Findley took 1st place.  Fuston Powell and Boston Cox competed in Physical Science.  In 7th grade, Tristan Scott won 1st place in Life Science.  Blake Heid took 2nd place, in Physical Science.  In 8th grade, Rylan Chalmers competed in Life Science, and Bryson Smith took 2nd place in Physical Science.

WCS Lions’ Gala…Another Roaring Success!!!

On Saturday, March 25th nearly 300 supporters gathered inside the Greg Welch Gymnasium on the Weatherford Christian School secondary campus for their annual Lions’ Gala fundraiser.  The event grossed over $135,000 for the local Christian school that not only helps to keep tuition affordable but also provides scholarships for those that might not be able to attend otherwise.

 

Specialty sponsors like Pinnacle Logistics, George Morgan & Sneed, P.C., Weatherford Pediatric Dental Associates and First National Bank Weatherford rolled out the red carpet for each guest with specialized treatment like valet parking, reusable goody bags, coffee mugs and personalized photographs.  Guests also enjoyed the “Tags to Riches” Raffle made possible by HBS Real Estate and a chance to win a Louis Vuitton handbag valued at over $2,600.

Silent, super silent & live auctions were made possible by some of Parker County’s top businesses and generous individuals and were sponsored by PlainsCapital Bank and Bryant Grain Company.  Auctioneer David Deen ran the Live Auction and First National Bank President Lin Bearden was the event emcee.  Guests were also given the opportunity to support the Partners for Progress Scholarship Fund in Honor of Kaye Pugh, a former WCS 1st Grade teacher who retired from the school two years ago.

WCS paid special recognition with a plaque presentation to both North Side Baptist Church and South Main Church of Christ for their continuous support and representatives from both congregations were present to accept and speak on behalf of their Churches.

Following a sit-down steak dinner catered by Reata Restaurant and sponsored by Dr. Bradley Hall of Epic Orthodontics, guests then enjoyed the speaking talents of Megan Alexander, TV host for Inside Edition, who is also is an author and actress.  Megan spoke about the importance of “letting your light shine” in today’s world and “seeking Excellence in everything you do.”  She encouraged guests as Christians in today to “take their seat at the table” and be a guiding force in decision making, sthat God could use them for His will.

This year’s event was made possible by top level sponsors like Chemical Weed Control, Imperial Construction, First National Bank Weatherford, North Side Baptist Church, Parker County Today Magazine, Dalworth Lighting & Electrical, Lee Hawkins Concrete, Rangaire Manufacturing, SRJR Enterprises, Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness, The Atkinson Family, The McAvoy Family, Thomas Excavating, Inc., Tuffy’s Air Conditioning & Heating Company, Inc.

WCS Students Rate “Superior” at ACSI Speech Meet

Weatherford Christian Schools would like to announce the WCS winners from the ACSI District Speech Meet, that took place at Harvest Christian Academy on Friday, March 3rd.  This year Weatherford Christian School brought home top honors in 4 different grades.  In 2nd grade, Peyton Bull received the Superior Rating, and took 2nd place overall in Bible.  In 3rd grade, Macie Smith received the Superior Rating, and took 3rd place overall in Fable.  In 4th grade, Riley Tryan received the Superior Rating, and took 1st place overall in Poetry.  In 6th grade Rachel Jacques received Superior Rating and took 1st place overall in Bible.  This year WCS had 10 students bring home Superior Ratings.

Engineers In the Classroom

Engineers from Lockheed Martin visited WCS as part of Engineers in the Classroom.  The engineers, Zane Everett, Nathan Guilbault, Kathleen Harris, Frank Hopp and James Smith hosted students grade 1-12 on Feb 16th, and 24th.  1st and 2nd grades built and tested paper airplane designs, 3rd-12th grades designed model boats for a school wide race planned for Mar 10.  They spoke to the students about their jobs as engineers, as well as teaching them how to make design decisions for their projects.

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