Mother Goose came to visit Prince Avenue Christian School Pre-K students this week to tell them stories and entertain them with tales of fun and adventure.
The students all dressed up as characters from their favorite rhyme, and recited the nursery rhyme for their audience of parents. The day began with a nursery rhyme parade through the halls of the campus.
Three students, (from left), Landon Purcell, Madi Boutwell, and Brett Evans, participated in one of Mother Goose’s stories as the Three Little Pigs.
The Prince Avenue Christian School middle school students now have the opportunity to take a journalism course taught by English teachers Alice Trammell and Julie Evans. The class provides students with an understanding of new and feature writing, as well as newsletter layout and production.
As each edition of the newsletters are completed, they will be posted to the middle school section of the school website.
This is the sound Prince Avenue Christian School junior Sutton Norris hears most Saturday mornings. It is the sound of the new community ministry Wood for Warriors, which he started to raise funds needed to purchase electric off-road wheelchairs for wounded veterans.
The Prince Avenue Christian School Boosterthon Fun Run was held on Thursday, September 26, and our Pre-K through 5th grade students had a great time, while raising more than $35,000 for playground equipment and technology improvements for the school.
The Wolverine Wakeup powerpoint, presented by Head of School Danny Howell, can be viewed as a pdf document through an online link. The presentation provides detailed information about the state of the school.
Prince Avenue Christian School's Mother-Son Night of Fun will be held on Tuesday, October 1 at 5:30 pm at Washington Farms. Join other Wolverine moms and boys in an evening filled with dinner and games, and wander through the corn maze. Cost is $14 per person.
Online reservations are required for this PTF-sponsored event.
Students at Prince Avenue Christian School are making plans to celebrate an exciting Spirit Week September 23-27 leading up to the Wolverine's annual Homecoming Festivities on Friday night when the varsity football team faces Athens Christian at 7:30 pm.
Wolverine World - Where Dreams Come True and Eagles Never Fly is the theme for this year's event. Students are encouraged to dress according to special Wolverine World themes each day, and the middle and high school students will hold several competitions throughout the week.
Prince Avenue Christian School’s Fine Arts Department will debut the talents of many of its young artisans on Tuesday, October 8, at 7:00 p.m. in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center.
Enjoy performances by Prince’s Advanced Band, Praise Team, Girls Chorus, Middle School Performing Arts, the new high school performing arts group, The Voices of Prince, and the middle school’s Wolveringers.
New Prince Avenue Christian School students were provided a special welcome with lunch in the school's Wolverine Den last week. Each new student was paired with a classmate to help them adjust to the class schedule, answer questions, and provide introductions to friends.
Prince Avenue open the new school year with a recond 860 students enrolled.