Welcome to BCS! This is our blog where we update school happenings daily. Mrs. Tabetha Sullens, Principal posts pictures and information for parents, students, staff and guests. Please take your time and get to know us... come see what Boyd Christian School has to offer.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Safety on Social Media

Drew Milligan recently taught a wonderful lesson regarding Safety on Social Media in the Bible classroom. I will share his power-point, if you are interested, just email... tsullens@fcbcs.org. I think all students need to see his view and listen to his lesson. We plan to teach a course this summer regarding these issues.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Please Vote for Your Favorite Teacher!

Please nominate your BCS favorite teacher for WOWCountry’s Teacher of the Week!


Teacher of the Week

Student's, it's time to nominate your teacher for 102.5 WOW COUNTRY'S Teacher of the Week! Brought to you by the Eco Travel Plaza Dairy Queen! Each school week one lucky teacher will win an assortment of prizes along with the nominating student. Each Teacher of the Week winner will automatically be entered in our Teacher of the Year contest that will be held at the end of the school year, and you will vote to see which lucky teacher will win a Laptop Computer courtesy of Eco Travel Plaza Dairy Queen. Make sure you nominate your teacher every week and listen to 'The Morning Moo Crew' Friday mornings @ 6:50am to see if your teacher is this weeks 102.5 WOW COUNTRY Teacher of the Week!

to vote.

Did You Know?

  67% of Private school students complete college, while only 31% of public school students complete a four year college program.

Monday, February 3, 2014

National School Choice Week School Wide Snowball Fight

We had a great time throwing cotton snowballs at each other on Thursday to celebrate National School Choice week and our 100th day of school! Thank you to NSCW for the scarves and banners. All of our students were happy to stay warm inside and still play. (Pictured above, is the Pre-K class battling with the kindergarten class.) Thank you to everyone who helped clean up what seemed to be 10,000 cotton balls.