The Classical School Newsletter, Week of March 10

Parents, please take a moment to mark your calendars. The following are important dates that you do not want to miss:
• March 20-25th: Spring Break
• March 28th: Office Closed for Easter Monday
• April 2nd: April Fool’s Day
• April 14th: TCS Parent Association Meeting


A Message from Sarah Donovan, Principal of the Extended Educational Programs
In a few days my daughter, Elle, is going to turn one. As I reflect on the blessings of her first year, I think about all of you- TCS, The First Hope, and Preschool parents. We have all been inducted into the ‘parent club’ and are forever bonded by this connection. What a joy to know that we are all on this journey together, not only with God at the helm, but with the comfort of knowing we are not alone. We can reach out to one another for love, support, and celebrations as parents. I encourage you to take time to celebrate one another and the amazing work you are doing as parents. So grateful for all of you!

Sarah Donovan


RECOGNITION – Senior Spotlight: Trey West

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Trey has been a part of The Classical School for four years. He loves the flexibility in schedule and the students and teachers who make up the TCS family. His favorite memory at TCS is acting out plays in his English class.

Trey’s favorite vacation is New York City. He plays football and is on the weightlifting team. He was named to the 1st Team All-Star for football in the FACA District II this last year.


What is the Gospel? – A Devotional from PJ Wehry
As we approach Easter, I think it’s appropriate to stop and think about the Gospel, the Good News, which we are celebrating. Paul tells us in II Corinthians 15, “Let me now remind you, dear brothers and sisters, of the Good News I preached to you before… I passed on to you what was most important and what had also been passed on to me. Christ died for our sins, just as the Scriptures said. He was buried, and he was raised from the dead on the third day, just as the Scriptures said.” This is a great starting point. Christ died, He was buried, and He rose again. What’s easy to forget is that Paul uses this statement to springboard an in-depth argument about the resurrection. For this holiday, remember the main point of Paul’s argument about the Gospel. “If Christ has not been raised, then your faith is useless and you are still guilty of your sins. In that case, all who have died believing in Christ are lost! And if our hope in Christ is only for this life, we are more to be pitied than anyone in the world.” As we celebrate Easter, do not forget the solid reality that Jesus now exists in his resurrected human body, just the beginning of a resurrection that will include you and me!


Spring Break and Easter Monday
The office will be closed and students will have no school or work assigned March 20-28th.