Friday, September 21, 2018

Warr Recognized

Head of School Cile Warr was recently recognized in Atlanta. Below is the write up from GOAL Scholarship Director of Marketing & Communications, Kate Saylor.
The GOAL Scholarship Administration Award recognizes the individual who most effectively managed the process required for scholarship administration. The 2017 winner is so beautifully organized and efficient and always operates with the utmost integrity. In fact, she’s so good at this – and at GOAL fundraising – that she has recently been named the Head of her School! She’s just a little bit busy at the moment, and we hope she knows how much we appreciate her! Our sincere thanks and acknowledgement for a superior job go to Cile Warr with Grace Christian Academy in Bainbridge.


Learning in 5th Grade


Fifth grade students utilizing their reading corner for partner reading.


Abram Anderson and Lanie Gay use task cards to help improve their descriptive sentences. When writing, GCA believes it is important to "show, not tell!"


Lanie Gay snug as a bug reading a good book!

Around Campus

Just a few photos from around the campus.....



Eva Kinchen brought her dog, Idgie for Show and Tell.


Perry Wade and her classmates finger painted Fall scenery in celebration of Fall's arrival.


K5 students take advantage of the beautiful weather by swinging.


They also searched for new rocks on the playground.


K5 student Olivia had fun sliding down the tube slide.


These 2nd graders were grabbing water after PE.


In 1st grade, Mrs. Walls took time to help her students with their Math.


For the 4th and 5th grade students, it was musical chairs during Music.


Reese Atkinson was planning which chair he would grab as the music stopped.


Cole Henderson, a 3rd Grader, was excited about Musical Chairs.



A different face today in the office. Macy Blevins Grandmother, Shelia, helped out while Mrs. Tobin travelled to Brunswick for the Volleyball Tournament.


Some of our 11th grade girls were spotted in the Computer Lab studying for a test.


Abby Mills worked on her homework in the Library.


Lilly Reynolds reviews her notes before heading to class for an exam.


Jan Thomas is always busy helping kids with books in our library.


GRACE...
God's Richest At Christ's Expense


Middle School Boys enjoying lunch!


Savannah McConnell loved the Chicken Wings from Jlo!


BFF Chloe Brogdon and Tiffani Kornmeier in matching shirts.


Haylee Henry loved having her mom, Sharon, at lunch with her.


Friends Blair Patchett and Emily Morton all smiles as they prepare for 3rd Block.



Aiden, Kenton, Mercer, and Hines anxiously await the lunch bell to ring.


6th Grader Jaiden Belcher recites his bible verse to Mrs. Butler.


Bay Harper and Preston Barnett brush up their material before class begins.

"Shackled with Sin"

During Elementary Chapel this week, Mrs. Linda Perry spoke to this students about sin and how we become shackled to our sins. Pictured with Mrs. Perry is Claudia DeMartini, our 4th grade teacher.



Top 3 Sellers

During our recent fundraiser, three students went above and beyond the
rest of the student body.

Senior Jaylen Jones (center) sold 26 items, 3rd Grader Macy Blevins (left) sold 23 items, and 2nd Grader Abbie Grace Turner (right) sold 21 items. A huge thank you to these students and their families.


Rock Visits K4

Friday morning, Rock the Cougar visited Mrs. Cox's K4 class.
The kids enjoyed giving Rock hugs and high fives!









Friday Drop Off Fun


Friday morning, students were greeted by GCA's Soccer team and Rock the Cougar.



Rock helped GCA students out of the car.


GCA Soccer players were also out to invite our student body and families to their game.


Coach Brian Carnes joined his team as they welcomed students at drop off.


3rd Grade student Paxton Sapp was excited to see Rock.


Rock could not pass up a photo op with Freshman Mel Bodrey.


Middle School student Ali Roberts gives Rock a high five as she heads into school.


K5 student Baylor Johnson's little sister, Katherine, wanted to take a picture with Rock.


Rock was a gentleman in opening the door for Georgia Smith.


All the children were excited to see Rock and the Soccer team.


Grayson Lokey took a few minutes to check Rock out.


RJ Says asked Rock for a hug.


Some of the Soccer team with their signs.


Join us today at 4:30pm at West Bainbridge Middle School for a region game against Killian.