ACEA Academic Testing 2018

Letters are being sent home with information for the ACEA State Academic Testing taking place November 28-30.  These are online tests taken at school for students in grades 03-12 across various subjects.  There is no limit to the number of tests each student can take.

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Kindergarten Chapel Rescheduled

The Kindergarten Chapel missed on November 6th because of our delayed school opening has been reschedule to Thursday, November 15th, at 8:30am.  We look forward to seeing you there!


Teacher Spotlight – Jeremy White

Jeremy White
 
For National Love Your Red Hair Day, we would like to spotlight our very on Mr. Jeremy White.  Mr. White has taught here at Tabernacle Christian School for 6 years.  He is a member of ChristWay Church of God where he serves in the Young Adult, Music, Media, and Youth ministries.

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Remembering Summertime

While it appears we are FINALLY moving to fall-like temperatures indoors, the Yearbook Staff wants to hang on to the summer for a bit longer! 

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Hoodies and Jackets and Sweatshirts! Oh My!

There has been some confusion concerning wearing sweatshirts, hoodies, and jackets if bought from our online Spirit Store.
 
Our school dress code policy has been that sweatshirts, hoodies, and jackets could be worn during the cold season, but during the hotter parts of the year, they were to be left in lockers once at school.  This is an important part of the policy to ensure neatness, modesty, and appropriateness.

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High School Homecoming Challenge

All week our High School students have been competing against each other in Homecoming competitions.  They have dressed up, competed in a War Tournament, created class signs, squared off in a trivia challenge, eaten crazy jelly beans, and even written haikus all about our school spirit!  It came down to the final day, but the Homecoming Champions were finally crowned…
CONGRATULATIONS SOPHOMORE CLASS!
For some of the highlights of the week, be sure to see our pictures posted on Facebook.


Teen Driver Summit

On September 27th, our 10th Grade will have the opportunity to attend a Teen Driver Summit, presented by State Farm Insurance.  The Keynote Speaker will be Philip Lutzenkirchen, Executive Director of the Lutzie 43 Foundation.  The students will participate in various breakouts sessions during the Summit, which will focus on the importance of good decision making behind the wheel.  They will also have their chance to get behind the wheel in a Driving Simulator!
 
There is no cost for this event for our students.  Permission slips will be sent home shortly.  Parents wanting more information can visit the ASF Foundation website.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Kizzire or Mr. McBrayer.


Class Officers 2018-2019

Congratulations to our Class Officers for 2018-2019!
Senior
President – Tucker Mayfield
Vice-President – Cameron Huie
Secretary – Kendall Smith
Chaplain – Rudy White
Junior
President – Tyler Andrews
Vice-President – Josiah Davis
Secretary – Casey Curry
Chaplain – Gracie Moon
Sophomore
President – Caitlin Pollard
Vice-President – Lane Jones
Secretary – Bailey Vaughn
Chaplain – Garrett Harmon
Freshman
President – Blayne Whisenhunt
Vice-President – Madilyn White
Secretary – Sydney Williams
Chaplain – Gracie Howard


Homecoming

The Homecoming events, contests, and competitions are all detailed online for your reference throughout the week.  We are looking forward to the festivities!
 


Teacher Spotlight – Lou Phillips

Lou Phillips
 
Mr. Lou Phillips joined us this year as our 5th grade teacher.  Mr. Phillips has taught for 16 years in Georgia and Alabama, coming to Tabernacle from Center Point Elementary.  He is a member of Unity Baptist Church in Kimberly where he has attended for three years, serving as a Sunday school teacher, in the nursery, and as an usher.

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