From the Superintendent
We are eagerly looking forward to our Bring a Friend to School Day next Tuesday, November 4. This is the only day of the year that we will be in school when Warren County Schools are closed. We are asking all students in grades K-11 to talk to their friends who might be interested in attending Boyd. We would like for each student who is able to bring one friend to school with them on that day. We hope to have many potential students join us on that day. Registration forms will go home this week. These must be signed and returned by the parents/guardian of the guest student.
Please remember that school will be closed on Monday, November 3, for Christian Schools Inservice Day. Our teachers will be traveling to Goodpasture Christian School in Nashville for this event.
Our annual Thanksgiving Lunch will be on Friday, November 21. The lunch will once again be catered by Wilma Jean’s Kitchen. Mrs. Sullens will be sending more information home this week. We hope that many of you will be able to join us for lunch on that day.
Many of you have recently purchased scrip cards from Mrs. Sullens. Those cards have now arrived. Please contact her if you have not received yours. This is an excellent way to help the school raise money. If you have not yet had a chance to see Tabetha about scrip cards, please do so.
4-H Meeting October 30
This Thursday, October 30, our 4-H clubs will meet in grades 4-8. Officers will be elected at that time.
No School Monday, November 3
Christian Schools Inservice Day
Halloween Contest Friday, October 31
Our annual Halloween costume contest will be this Friday, October 31. Chapel will be at 8:15 with the contest to follow.
Annual Spring Banquet
This year’s Annual Spring Banquet will be Saturday, March 28, 2009, at the McMinnville Civic Center. Our guest speaker will be Coach Gene Stallings, former head football coach at the University of Alabama. Coach Stallings is a member of the Lamar Avenue Church of Christ in Paris, Texas, and has always been a terrific supporter of Christian education. Some of you may be aware of his son, John Mark Stallings, who recently passed away. Coach Stallings has spoken at other Christian schools in the area and is widely regarded for being a very inspirational speaker.
This year’s banquet will be sponsored by Dr. Pepper Bottling Company. Mr. Doug Milner, the general manager, has long been a generous supporter of high school sports and of Boyd Christian School. We are grateful to Mr. Milner for his support of this event.
Bonfire planned for November 3
A bonfire is planned for our students on Monday, November 3. This is the night before Bring A Friend To School Day. Please contact the school for more information.
Upcoming Sports Events
10/28...5th-6th Basketball @ Irving Col., 6:00
10/30...5th-6th Basketball vs. Eastside, 6:00
11/4...5th-6th Basketball @ Spencer, 6:00
Lunch Menu for October 28-November 4
Friday…Chili & Grilled Cheese Sandwich
News from the Elementary
Kindergarten is going to be exciting this week! We have our field trip to the "Pumpkin Patch" on Thursday! Our Halloween party is on Friday! It is going to be a great week! We are learning the letter i this week. We are continuing to work on our books of the Bible. Have a great week!
Grade 1…Mrs. Keele
The kindergarten and 1st grade classes will be traveling to Cedarwood Pumpkin Patch on Thursday. We are all very excited! We will have our spelling test on Friday. Friday will be very busy with our spelling test, costume contest and Halloween party. This week we will be reading "A Big Job" and "Sweet Potato Pie". Have a great week!
Grade 2…Mrs. Newby
2nd graders are looking forward to Halloween. We will be having a party in the afternoon with lots of goodies and treats. This week we are starting double digit addition in math. We will study capitalization in Language and begin writing in our journals. It is going to be a busy week with lots of fun thrown in.
Grade 3…Ms. Farless
The third graders finished decorating their ceiling tile for the Scavenger Hunt. They painted a picture of a bronco. It looks great! This week in class they will be writing their descriptive paragraphs about a place they have visited. Also, in math class they will be reviewing telling time. In social studies class, they will be going back in history to 1607 to learn all about the Jamestown colony. Finally, their habitat projects are due on Thursday, Oct. 30th. They will be on display out in the hall. Make sure you come look at them. I'm sure they will look great!
Grade 4…Mrs. Vandagriff
Fourth graders are very busy this week. We will be having a Tennessee History Test on Thursday. Also, we will have a Bible test on Wednesday. Don't forget the six weeks will end on Friday. The book reports are due on Thursday. Don't forget to dress up for Halloween on Friday. Have a great week!!
Grade 5…Mr. Burks
Fifth grade will be busy this week working algebra equations, learning about matter, becoming involved in the election process, learning about Sodom and Gomorrah, and finally celebrating the Halloween season Friday.