We had a wonderful time welcoming back all our grandparents today! Our students did an amazing job with songs, poems, and Bible verses during our chapel service. Classroom visits, the art show, and visiting the book fair rounded out our morning! How thankful we are for all our wonderful grandparents!
Did you attend this morning? Post your photo booth pictures with your grandparents in the comments!
HPCS grandparents and parents! Our Gallery Showcase will take place on Friday, May 20 in the elementary hallways and Micah B, C, D, E. After enjoying all that the Grandparents' Day activities have to offer, look at the art from grades 4k- 8. Go to the art room and spend 5 minutes participating in the assembly of our Made New collaborative project using plastic materials.
We look forward to seeing all of our HPCS grandparents on Friday!
HPCS will be hosting a Spring Scholastic Book Fair beginning Monday, May 16 and running through Friday, May 20. The Book Fair will be held in Micah A. Hours next week are:
Monday 8 am - 4 pm
Wednesday 8 am - 4 pm
Thursday (Open to classes)
Students will visit the Book Fair with their classes. Parents are welcome! Please remember to sign in at the HPCS office. Below is a link to our Scholastic Book Fair page where you can shop virtually.
Volunteers are needed to help run the Book Fair, contact the office if you are interested!
As the 8th grade class gets closer to the end of the school year and their time together at High Point, they were especially excited to be able to spend 3 days at Expeditions Unlimited for their 8th Grade Retreat. Besides the fun of playing paintball, rock climbing, swimming, and completing obstacle courses they proved that they are an amazing, supportive, kind group of kids who love Jesus. We know that experiences like these are important in growing closer to God and each other. The devotional focus of the retreat was Ephesians 6:10-18, the Armor of God. The students studied and discussed the Scripture, as well as journaled about how the text is relevant in their daily lives. They prayed and worshipped together and looked and listened for God in all that they did.
We are especially thankful for our parent chaperones and the way that this group supported each other throughout their time at the retreat. They left with their hearts closer to each other and God.