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Eagle Update November 3, 2016

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Click on Banner Above for PDF Version of the Eagle Update

Devotional Thought:
Psalm 63:1 is an earnest appeal to God, a cry of worship, an acknowledgment of the greatness of God: “O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water.” David is not addressing just any old god, he is addressing the one and only God, the God who created heaven and earth, the God who has and will continue to care for David. David enjoyed a close, personal relationship with God, one in which he could say, “you are my God.”. David earnestly sought after God and he knew that God would provide for the thirst in his soul and flesh. Ultimately, as Christians today, we know that Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, is the living water (John 4:10) that will sustain us, when we seek after Him.

In Christ, Mr. Hearne, Superintendent

Mr. Hearne’s Recommended Resources:

2016-17 Theme:
Love God

October Theme Verse:
Psalm 63:1, “O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh  faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water.”


Important Dates & Events *

November 3 – November 13

October 31 – November 10

K-AAP Conferences After School Continue

November 3

Washington DC Trip First Payment Due

November 4

Navajo Night Out
Missions Trip Gala – 6:00pm

November 6

Daylight Savings Ends – Set Clocks Back 1 Hour

November 8 – 10 

RCE Book Fair on the RCE South Campus
November 8: 8:15am – 6:00pm
November 9: 8:15am – 6:00pm
November 10: 8:15am – 2:00pm

November 9

Harvest Day: RCE Families Join Us for a Feast!
Grades K – 1 11:00am – 12:00pm
Grades 2 – 3 12:30pm – 1:30pm

November 10

RCE Harvest Day
Grades 4-5 12pm-1pm

Notices of Concern
Grades K-12

New-Parent Information Meeting at RCE, Williams Chapel
7:00pm

November 11

Veterans Day
No School – EDC Closed – Offices Closed

November 12

Castro Valley Light Parade – Join Us and Support RCS!

 

Upcoming Games:

HS Varsity Cross Country

11/8 @ BCL East Championship Meet
At Joaquin Miller Park at 2:00pm

Score Box

HS Volleyball:

11/1 @ St. Vincent in NCS Playoffs
Varsity Girls

Castro Valley Light Parade

Parents, students and friends of RCS: join us and walk in the Castro Valley Light Parade with the Redwood Christian School float on Saturday, November 12.

Meet on San Miguel Avenue in Castro Valley no later than 5:15 p.m. (The parade is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m.) Look for the RCS Schoolhouse float and Mr. Kady.

Remember to provide your own lights. (Flashlights, glow sticks, and/or other decorative lights are all acceptable.)

Help RCS be well-represented in the parade this year!

Click HERE to see a short video from last year.

Navajo Night Out

Missions Trip Gala

Friday, November 4
MSHS CAMPUS
6:00pm

Tickets: $10.00

Join Us for a night of great food and awesome entertainment!

We will be serving Navajo Style tacos.
There will be 9 acts of RCS students showcasing their God-given talents and Mr. Johnson will be returning to do some yo-yo tricks!
It is sure to be a great night!

“Fabulous Five” As Reported By RCS Teachers:

I have asked each teacher to let me know the most fabulous thing that happened at RCS in the last week. On Tuesday mornings, Mr. Huemoeller, Mr. Warner, and I go through them and pick the “Fabulous Five” to share with parents.

  1. Miss Sierra reports: We had fun experiencing impulse by catching eggs from greater distances in our Work and Impulse lab. Click Here
  2. Mrs. Marcus reports: We are training our brains to add by making a 10! It’s neat to see how excited they get when they learn they can add without counting on!
  3. Mrs. Bibby reports: It was so exciting to see about 70 friends and family members come out and support our MS girls’ softball game on Saturday.
  4. Miss Sierra reports: We did the impulse lab, crashing different kinds of balls to see how far they will go = momentum! Click Here
  5. Mr. Summers reports: Recently I had one of the best activities in my Bible class for increasing students’ understanding. Students wrote stories in which a character had some kind of difficult problem. Then they had to introduce themselves (the author) into the story to solve the problem after convincing the characters of their special abilities. This activity brought a better understanding of the incarnation than I’d previously seen.

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Questions?

District Office: 510-889-7526
Elementary Campus Office: 510-537-4288
MSHS Campus Office: 510-317-8990
Athletic Department Office: 510-317-8988
Contact Us Online
The Education You TRUST for the Children You Love
Redwood Christian Schools Eagles


Eagle Update November 3, 2016

EagleUpdate

Click on Banner Above for PDF Version of the Eagle Update

Devotional Thought:
Psalm 63:1 is an earnest appeal to God, a cry of worship, an acknowledgment of the greatness of God: “O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water.” David is not addressing just any old god, he is addressing the one and only God, the God who created heaven and earth, the God who has and will continue to care for David. David enjoyed a close, personal relationship with God, one in which he could say, “you are my God.”. David earnestly sought after God and he knew that God would provide for the thirst in his soul and flesh. Ultimately, as Christians today, we know that Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, is the living water (John 4:10) that will sustain us, when we seek after Him.

In Christ, Mr. Hearne, Superintendent

Mr. Hearne’s Recommended Resources:

2016-17 Theme:
Love God

October Theme Verse:
Psalm 63:1, “O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh  faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water.”


Important Dates & Events *

November 3 – November 13

October 31 – November 10

K-AAP Conferences After School Continue

November 3

Washington DC Trip First Payment Due

November 4

Navajo Night Out
Missions Trip Gala – 6:00pm

November 6

Daylight Savings Ends – Set Clocks Back 1 Hour

November 8 – 10 

RCE Book Fair on the RCE South Campus
November 8: 8:15am – 6:00pm
November 9: 8:15am – 6:00pm
November 10: 8:15am – 2:00pm

November 9

Harvest Day: RCE Families Join Us for a Feast!
Grades K – 1 11:00am – 12:00pm
Grades 2 – 3 12:30pm – 1:30pm

November 10

RCE Harvest Day
Grades 4-5 12pm-1pm

Notices of Concern
Grades K-12

New-Parent Information Meeting at RCE, Williams Chapel
7:00pm

November 11

Veterans Day
No School – EDC Closed – Offices Closed

November 12

Castro Valley Light Parade – Join Us and Support RCS!

 

Upcoming Games:

HS Varsity Cross Country

11/8 @ BCL East Championship Meet
At Joaquin Miller Park at 2:00pm

Score Box

HS Volleyball:

11/1 @ St. Vincent in NCS Playoffs
Varsity Girls

Castro Valley Light Parade

Parents, students and friends of RCS: join us and walk in the Castro Valley Light Parade with the Redwood Christian School float on Saturday, November 12.

Meet on San Miguel Avenue in Castro Valley no later than 5:15 p.m. (The parade is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m.) Look for the RCS Schoolhouse float and Mr. Kady.

Remember to provide your own lights. (Flashlights, glow sticks, and/or other decorative lights are all acceptable.)

Help RCS be well-represented in the parade this year!

Click HERE to see a short video from last year.

Navajo Night Out

Missions Trip Gala

Friday, November 4
MSHS CAMPUS
6:00pm

Tickets: $10.00

Join Us for a night of great food and awesome entertainment!

We will be serving Navajo Style tacos.
There will be 9 acts of RCS students showcasing their God-given talents and Mr. Johnson will be returning to do some yo-yo tricks!
It is sure to be a great night!

“Fabulous Five” As Reported By RCS Teachers:

I have asked each teacher to let me know the most fabulous thing that happened at RCS in the last week. On Tuesday mornings, Mr. Huemoeller, Mr. Warner, and I go through them and pick the “Fabulous Five” to share with parents.

  1. Miss Sierra reports: We had fun experiencing impulse by catching eggs from greater distances in our Work and Impulse lab. Click Here
  2. Mrs. Marcus reports: We are training our brains to add by making a 10! It’s neat to see how excited they get when they learn they can add without counting on!
  3. Mrs. Bibby reports: It was so exciting to see about 70 friends and family members come out and support our MS girls’ softball game on Saturday.
  4. Miss Sierra reports: We did the impulse lab, crashing different kinds of balls to see how far they will go = momentum! Click Here
  5. Mr. Summers reports: Recently I had one of the best activities in my Bible class for increasing students’ understanding. Students wrote stories in which a character had some kind of difficult problem. Then they had to introduce themselves (the author) into the story to solve the problem after convincing the characters of their special abilities. This activity brought a better understanding of the incarnation than I’d previously seen.

Support RCS When You Shop!
Amazon Donates When You Shop At
https://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7069060

************************************************************************************ Reminder: Please know that unsubscribing from ONE RCS email will remove you from receiving ALL school emails, including significant announcements that will benefit your child(ren) and you. We strongly recommend that you do not unsubscribe from receiving RCS emails. Thank you. ************************************************************************************

Questions?

District Office: 510-889-7526
Elementary Campus Office: 510-537-4288
MSHS Campus Office: 510-317-8990
Athletic Department Office: 510-317-8988
Contact Us Online
The Education You TRUST for the Children You Love
Redwood Christian Schools Eagles