7th graders simplify expressions and solve equations using Algebra tiles with Mrs. Decker!
Mr. DeHaan is reading Counting by 7's by: Holly Goldberg Sloan, with his 6th-grade students. He choose to read this book with his students because it invites the reader to consider how one person can impact the lives of many. The book also explores the idea of community and how people can learn from one another. These themes obviously carry over into what it means to be part of an authentic Christian community. What happens when people try to understand each other, instead of simply noticing differences? What does it mean to love our neighbors? Can something positive come from a negative experience? How are our individual stories part of God's story? All of these ideas and more are addressed as we read this book!
Foam portraits with print making for Art class today! They are so recognizable! 💕
Our 7/8th grade ladies are hard at work in PE playing Field Hockey! They warmed up with a jog, sit-ups/push-ups, and reviewing large muscle groups to stretch before playing!
It was a great first week back from Christmas break! In Outdoor Education this week, the kindergartners made ice ornaments. They collected nature and arranged it in a pie tin. They added water to their project and waited a few days for them to freeze. With their 5th-grade buddies, they had a winter walk and hung the ice ornaments on the trees!
Friday Family Groups! Today our 8th grader leaders spent time teaching our younger students about truth seeking and use good judgment when tempted by Idols and false gods. Psalms 119:66 “Teach me good judgement and knowledge, for I believe in your ways. Before, I was going the wrong way, but now I obey your Word. You are good, and what you do is good; teach me your ways.”
What a great day! Today I saw a first grader teaching her classmates a dance, 2nd graders harvesting lettuce and dill, 5th graders talking about life after death and being a witness to non believers, 6th graders searching for baby Jesus inside a Mexican pastry, 3rd graders cleaning up their classroom after being visited by "camels" in the night, Preschoolers engaged in play based learning with their new ice cream shop, 3rd graders playing hockey (I might have joined in!), the list goes on and on! -Mr. Donkersloot
Happy Wednesday! Here’s a peak at what our Kindergarten and 1st grade classrooms are up to today!
Fun back at school!
Our 5th Grade Outdoor Education class had some fun with the first snowfall of the year!
Middle School Chapel discussed the book of Ecclesiastes today. They made lists of what they desire and compared it to what God desires for them. Secondly, they discussed the many platforms for social media, and how it can effect our moods. They reviewed the steady rise in depression and anxiety rates since 2000. They discussed what God would want them to follow, desire, and admire.
Expressing Christmas Spirit in music!
The 1st grade Spanish Immersion students were so excited to show our local healthcare workers how much we appreciate what they do! We made cards in Spanish and our 6 grade buddies help us translate in to English so that the cards would have both languages. The parents donated goodies and we put together gift baskets. We were blessed with so many items by parents, that we were able to make 5 huge baskets! God is good!! More importantly, we are praying in our class for our healthcare workers. For their health, wisdom and strength!!
There are no grinches in this classroom!
FCS students and staff have pulled out all the stops for Crazy Christmas Accessories day!
Clearly the staff at FCS has been spending a lot of time together, because they are starting to dress alike. Happy Plaid Friday!
Our 5th-grade students in art class are making their very our art galleries!
Whether you choose our Outdoor Education program or our Spanish Immersion program, we ensure you that your child will receive a rich experience learning about God's world and how to live in it.
You will experience love, family, Jesus, and joy at Fremont Christian School. We have been serving the greater Fremont community for 100 years Our teaching is rooted in the Word of God. Our teachers strive to help students reach their fullest potential as Children of God.