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    Announcement: 2012-12-04


    By Natalie Griffin, Writer

    Tuesday-Chapel Schedule
    Chapel ~ 9:35 a.m.
    Lunch ~ 12:45 p.m.

    Lunch ~ Farmer Boys ~ 12:35 p.m.

    Thursday-Chapel Schedule
    Chapel ~ 12:10 p.m.
    Lunch ~ 12:40 p.m.

    Lunch ~ TBA; provided by JH leadership ~ 12:35 p.m.

    GRADES 10-12
    Jostens will be here on Wednesday, Dec. 5 to collect orders from the seniors for caps and gowns as well as to provide information for ordering class rings for grades 10-12. They will be here during lunch and also from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the HS office. If you have questions please contact Mrs. Brenda Warkentin in the HS office.

    If you are going to order a class ring, you should bring you order form in at this time for Jostens to go over it with you.

    On Thursday, Dec. 6, HS Leadership is offering lunch and a movie after chapel, you will get your lunch free if you bring in new or slightly used warm clothes; size toddler to 12 years old. Lunch will be Panda Express or Subway. Don’t forget to help others this Christmas season.

    High School guys not in Brother to Brother this semester, but want to be in next semester, please see Terry Richards Thursday or Friday this week. We need 7 more older brothers.

    If you would like to contribute a new toy to a boy or girl, Toys for Tots has a box near the HS office.

    We will be collecting canned food December 3-12, to distribute through the Pinedale Book Buddies Program. Pinedale resource leaders put together a list of items most used in the community;
    Bisquick (box), Chicken Broth (can), Cookies (box)
    Dry Beans (bags), Gravy (can), Hot Chocolate (box)
    Jelly (plastic), Juice (plastic), Mashed Potatoes (box)
    Milk (canned), Peanut Butter (plastic), Pineapple (canned)
    Rice (bag) ,Stuffing Mix (box),Tomato Sauce (canned),
    Tuna (canned), Veggies (canned)

    A prize will be awarded to the classes that bring the most items (1 for NE campus, PC elementary, and JH/HS).
    During the week of Dec. 3, each item will count as 2 points and during the week of Dec. 10 each item will count as 1 point.
    If you are interested in making a financial donation, please send cash/check to the office designated “Food-Donation”
    If you have and questions, please cantact Rob Foshee at [email protected], or talk to your classroom teacher.

    Don’t forget to bring your gift to Book Buddies on Thursday, Dec. 13. The gift should be no more than $10, and wrapped.

    Christmas Tree Lane will be open from Dec. 1 through Dec. 25. The final walking date is Tuesday, Dec. 11 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

    Fresno Christian’s Drama Department presents: “Christmas with Little Women” Dates: Saturday, December 8 @ 7:00 p.m.
    Sunday, December 9 @ 4:00 p.m.
    Place: Student Ministry Center Main Cost: Free! Come enjoy this free performance and celebrate the Christmas season with:
    “Christmas with Little Women”- The beloved characters of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, Little Women return again in this charming portrait of two holiday seasons. The initial holiday is marred by the receipt of a telegram from the War Department. Father, while serving as a chaplain in the Union Army, lies ill in Washington. Mrs. March must leave to care for him.

    Second portrait,The Christmas Dress; is a quaint comedy about two sisters who must share one party dress between them. This becomes more of a problem as Christmas party time approaches. The manner in which the Yuletide season touches their lives and the transformation of the old party dress into a very special Christmas dress creates a mixture of humor and sentiment that perfectly expresses the spirit of this special time of year.

    Attendees are not charged for tickets, however the class would like to accept any cash donations for the local animal shelters.

    This is our annual Fine Arts Department Christmas program. Performers include all elementary, Jr. High, and High School choirs and bands.


    Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 5:30 p.m. in FCS gym
    Features the Elementary Band, Elementary Choir, Adoration Ensemble, Break the Barriers, and Celebration Choir.

    Thursday, Dec. 13 at 5:30 pm in FCS gym
    Features Jr. High Ladies, High School Band, High School 5th Period Choir and Celebration Choir

    Thursday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 pm in FCS gym,
    Features 7-12 Jazz Band, 7-12 Percussion, Adoration Ensemble, High School 7th Period Choir, and Celebration Choir.

    Tickets are free, but must be ordered for pre-assigned seating using the form that should have gone home with all students this week. Extra order forms are available in the school offices and the Music Suite. We invite all students and their families to join us for a wonderful evening of Christmas music and delicious refreshments.

    PowerSchool Student access accounts have now been created for students in grades 7-12. These accounts allow students to login to see their assignments and grades. To login students use their first and last name (with no space) in the Username field and their student number in the Password field. Student numbers can be found for your students on the PowerSchool parent access screen as well as their student identification card. If you have any questions please contact the school office.

    The student leadership is starting a contest this week. You could win a gift card and other prizes. All you have to do is make comments on The Feather. You can comment on a VIDEO, SLIDESHOW, PHOTO, ARTICLE, PODCAST, etc. Every time you make 3 in a day your name goes in a drawing for that week. The more comments you make, the more chances you have to win!

    In order for your comment to be eligible it has to use the following criteria: 1. Comments should be at least three sentences long. 2. They may give critiques (because that could be very helpful), but no vulgar language and do not attack a student, teacher or the school.

    Good Luck!

    Winter sports have now begun; to see a list of all the upcoming games and practices, click here.

    Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Harris for the safe arrival of their son Nathaniel Kai on Oct. 10; we are also praying for the safe arrival of the Fenton twin girls in another few weeks. The FCS community would like to help support our teachers by having a baby drive. Bring your donations to the HS office this week.
    Suggested items:
    –Diapers (any size from Costco, Pampers, or Huggies)
    –Gift cards (Target, Buy Buy Baby, Vons, Amazon)
    –Cash Donations (Fentons are saving for a minivan)

    HS leadership is presenting ‘make a difference Monday’, they will be handing out a glow in the dark bracelet to a student they feel has ‘made a difference’ the previous week.

    Anyone in need of tutoring for any subject can come and be tutored for free, or if you are looking to get some community service hours you can also sign up to be a tutor. Tutoring will be held in Molly Sargents’s room, 621, Wednesday’s 3:00-4:00 by members of CSF.

    To view a calender with all the lunch dates for the rest of this semester, click here.

    P.E. teacher Michael Ogden is hosting a challenge to high school students. Run a mile under 6 minutes and join an elite group of athletes. Congrats to the first three members of the 5-minute mile club (5:59 or less). If you see the following three freshman students, congratulate these on their accomplishments.

    –Jon Anguiano: 5:45
    –Bailey Brogan: 5:46
    –Thomas Friesen: 5:58
    –Tyler Breedlove: 5:59
    –Damien Boyce: 5:50
    –Julian Castro: 5:43
    –Caleb Nale: 5:53
    –Nick Fontes: 5:56
    –Jacob Bynum: 5:57
    –Jordan Castro: 5:55

    Anyone who earns this distinction is given a commemorative T-shirt and other tokens of appreciation. For more information, contact Ogden.

    The Feather needs videographers, photographers, and other media talents. Talk to Greg Stobbe, journalism adviser, if interested.

    Junior and Senior High School students are strongly encouraged to join choir, band, percussion, and colorguard. Musical adviser Michael Ogdon needs a pianist for jazz band also; see him in the Music Suite. Principal Todd Bennett and Academic adviser Michelle Warkentin can make schedule changes that can enable you to participate.

    Signups for fall sports in high school volleyball, football, cross country and track and junior high volleyball and cross country will be outside the athletic office. Football workouts for 8th-11th grade will begin May 15 and be held every Tues.-Fri. from 3:15-5:30 p.m.

    In an effort to tighten up on dress code violations, the school

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