Dear FCA Parents:
As communicated in our last email, FCA has been working to bring a Home Based Learning Program to our students. This program will be continued on a week-by-week basis that will keep each child engaged in the learning process until things return to normal. Teachers are working diligently on getting lesson plans and homework assignments that will start this coming Monday, March 23rd. FCA plans on communicating and having all student work assigned through our portal software of Renweb FACTS parent login.
Obviously, students will need to have their books and supplies to complete any academic work. So, we have developed a book and supply pick-up system that will happen on Thursday of this week. The schedule and details are as follows:
Thursday, March 19th
2:30pm-3:00pm K3, K4 & K5
3:00pm-3:30pm 1st through 5th grades
We will form our regular car rider lines as we do for our afternoon dismissal times. Please have your family name placard in the window of your car so it can be seen. Our faculty will walk your child(ren)’s books/supplies out to your car. We ask that you stay in your car as we deliver the books, and then you may exit as usual.
Thursday, March 19th
3:45PM -4:45PM. 6th-12th grades
Middle school and High school students will need to bring a backpack or some type of sack to clean their lockers completely out. He or she will be allowed into the building only during the scheduled time. Upon obtaining all locker items (including all books and supplies), the student is to leave the area immediately and head back to the parking lot where the parent/guardian will receive them and then exit the campus.
We close by thanking you as parents on your cooperation during this unusual time in our nation. FCA is committed to equipping our students, your children to be who God has purposed for them to become……
Touching the Nations, through our students……
Mr Bohacek/FCA Administrator
Psalms 46:1 God is our refuge and strength [mighty and impenetrable, A very present and well-proved help in trouble.
Students become part of our Warrior family as young as three years old, being nutured and taught manners, respect, and strong Christian values. As they continue to grow and advance, students move into elementary learning how to give back to their community through food drives and filling shoe boxes for Christmas. In junior high, students begin to learn about teamwork and sportsmanship with sports: volleyball, basketball, etc. Our high schoolers are looking to their future opportunities for college and dual credit or MECA courses.