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Woodlee's Christian Academy News

WCA student receives 3rd place in English at Beta Convention

Alex Bates, a 7th Grade student at Woodlee's Christian Academy, received 3rd Place honor at the Georgia Junior Beta Club Convention held at the Macon Colisseum on November 19-20, 2009. Alex participated in the English Competition, and competed with 150 students in grades 6-8 from across the state of Georgia. This award is a great honor for Alex and for the school as well.

7th Grade Student Alex Bates, places 3rd Place in English at Junior Beta Convention

Christmas/Holiday Program - November 17, 7:00 PM

Program will feature K3-5th Grade students in a Holiday Musical, Chorus, and Step Team. Performance will be held at Christ Cornerstone Church at 1020 Oak Hill Rd Covington, GA. Please be in attendance to support our school and your student.

Others Day 2009, a Big Success

Students in grades K3-12 participated in the annual Woodlee's Christian Academy Others Day on November 4, 2009. This event was a huge success. Students participated in many incredible projects throughout Rockdale, Newton, and Jasper Counties. Included below is a write-up and link featured in the Rockdale-Newton Citizen on November 5, 2009. Please share it with your families and friends and continue to encourage support of this incredible event.

From the heart: Students volunteer as part of Others Day

Posted: 10:50 PM Nov 4, 2009
Reporter: By Michelle Floyd, Staff Writer
Email Address: michelle.floyd@newtoncitizen.com

COVINGTON — Some students were thinking about others this week.

As part of Woodlee’s Christian Academy’s annual Others Day, students wearing Others Day T-shirts and ready to work visited several Newton, Rockdale and surrounding county organizations to perform some needed tasks Wednesday morning.

“We send children out in the community to do things and they don’t expect anything in return except the love they get back,” said Lee Gilmon, fundraiser coordinator and parent volunteer at the school.

This year, students in kindergarten through 12th grades visited organizations like Newton County’s Rainbow House homeless shelter and the Community Food Pantry, Jasper County Animal Control, Solid Rock Baptist Church in Covington and Azalea Gardens assisted living facility in Conyers.

Students spent the day organizing food and clothing, playing bingo with elderly residents, cleaning floors and yards and entertaining residents.

“It makes people’s lives better,” third-grader Avanne Elliott said.

Gilmon said the experience also helps the students realize how lucky they are to have things.

“My son went to Rainbow House last year, and before that, he was always ‘I want, I want, I want,’” Gilmon said. “He saw people who had nothing but the clothes on their back, and now he’s not like that anymore.”

Even students who are not old enough to ride the buses, those in prekindergarten classes at Woodlee’s, participated in the event. The pre-K and kindergarten students made gift baskets filled with candy, artwork and positive messages for cancer patients.

“It gives students a chance to be of service and to give back to the community,” said Bobby Fleck, principal at the school. “We’re a Christian school, so we’re giving out the love God has given us and sharing that with people. Year after year, it’s such a meaningful thing for students, kind of instilling the idea that the world is bigger than one person. We are a community and are connected, and the kids can give back — even their simple little hands can make a big impact.”

Grades 9-12 Fully Accredited through GAC

On September 24, 2009, the schoolreceived notice from the Georgia Accrediting Commission (GAC) that theeducation program of Woodlee's Christian Academy grades 9-12 hasmet the standards to be Fully Accredited.

Please visit http://www.woodlees.com/schoolAboutAccreditation.htmlto view a copy of the accreditation certificate and letter from GAC.

To God be the glory.

Others Day 2009

Others Day 2009 is Wednesday, November 4.  This is our annual Serve-a-Thon fundraiser.  Packets were distributed on Friday, September 11.  Students need to turn in their 20 letters and their t-shirt design contest entries on Wednesday, September 30.  Our school wide goal is $75,000.  Let's all work together and have 100% participation this year!!

Come out and support our sports' teams

Our teams are off to a great start this year. Football, Soccer, Volleyball, and Cheerleading all look very promising and we are excited about these great seasons. Check the team schedules located under the current updates tab for games and locations, but please be sure to come out and show that school spirit. Our thanks go out to the following sports team coaches:

Soccer - Pastor Burnham
Volleyball - Mrs. Gordy
Cheerleading - Mrs. O'Neal

We want to encourage and congratulate each of our teams as well!

Go Knights!


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