WCA – weekly updates newsletter – week of Friday, March 8

Here’s this week’s news and updates!

1. Hot lunch update!

We are very excited to announce two additional days each week that WCA will offer
hot lunch! Please read the letter from Head of School Susan Hunt for all of the details.

REMINDER… please sign your children up for hot lunch by Thursday of each week!

2. WCA social media

WCA has a presence on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube! Partner with us by following the school, commenting, liking posts, and of course sharing with friends and family! We also set up a page on this site to highlight some of the social media posts going out. CLICK HERE

3. We are organizing the WCA (WBCS) Alumni Association

We are excited to announce that we are working on breathing life into the WCA Alumni Association! We are beginning to interact on the association’s Facebook Page, we have set up a page on the school’s website, and we’ve set up a registration form to collect contact information of our alumni.

We ask that if you, or someone you know, is an alumni of WCA (formerly WBCS), that you fill out the registration form and be a part of what God is doing at WCA.

CLICK HERE FOR THE ALUMNI PAGE

4. Students of the month(s) for January and February

This time around we awarded student of the month awards for both January and February at the same time. Here is the list of students who received awards:

  • Meegan Fortier
  • Xzavier Stridesburg
  • Jacob Ford
  • Audrey Bowerman
  • Esme Brett
  • Mason Rouleau
  • Makenna Beaucage
  • Tristan Read
  • Senait Brett
  • Jonah Ainsworth
  • Alex Trigos
  • James McShane
  • Tenley Driscoll
  • Bradly Thurston

5. Sonlight Kids’ Camp 2024 registration is now open!

Sonlight Kids’ Camp is a Christ-centered camp for school-aged children through the 6th grade. Do you want your child to have a summer they’ll never forget? Sign them up TODAY! CLICK HERE

6. Little Flock Nursery and Preschool currently has openings in our 3 year old preschool room.

If you are looking for a nurturing environment We may be the place for your child. Here at
Little flocks Nursery and Preschool, close relationships are built to help young ones make a
smooth transition from family life to the life of the larger school community. We are
committed to offering a safe, secure, loving atmosphere for each child. We offer a phonics
– based pre-literacy program, mathematics, science, Bible time, and balanced play and rest time.

If you are interested or you have any Question please contact Kayla Ainsworth at kayla.ainsworth@wcavt.org or you can call 802-479-0141. Or visit our preschool page and fill out the contact form:

CLICK HERE

7. Battle of the Books Ends March 15th

Battle of the Books is underway! We currently have several students reading, reading, reading! Each student entering the battle has until March 15th to complete the books on the list for their grade level. Then they will have the opportunity to battle it out with all the others by answering questions in a Jeopardy style game. The winner will receive a book of their choice (school approved) and a ribbon. In this way, we hope to inspire a much needed love of reading. 

8. Drivers Ed – March 14 through April 18

Drivers Ed will be from March 14-April 18, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 5 – 7 PM. It will be at Websterville (143 Church Hill Rd.). Forms are available below, or grab one from the front office.

9. Bake sale this Thursday (during high school lunch)

Our formal planning committee is planning a lunchtime bake sale (during high school lunch) this coming Thursday, March 14th. All purchases go towards helping to lower the cost of this year’s Spring formal.

10. Norwich University Cyber Security Summit

We will be participating in the Norwich Cyber Security Summit again for students in grades 6-12. This year, the event takes place on Tuesday, March 12th at Mack Hall. We will leave the school by 8:30 and return by 3:00. This is a free event and lunch is provided. Students have been sent home with permission slips and information about the different topics and poster competition. Monday is the last day to turn in permission slips, so make sure they are signed! Posters must be submitted to Mrs. Trigos by Monday.

11. Academic Competition

We are getting ready to host our first academic competition! We would like to make this an annual event and this year it will be Friday, March 15th for K through 12th grade. Some of the categories are optional and others are required. We are looking forward to seeing the winners from the following categories: The Spelling Bee, Battle of the Books, History, Bible, the Science Fair, the Portrait Competition, and the Math Speed Drills. These students have been working hard and it should be an exciting event!

12. Legacy Banquet

Our annual Legacy Banquet is one of the school’s main fundraisers. We are looking for your support! We need attendees and sponsors. Spread the word and fill those seats! Here’s the details:

CLICK HERE

13. Fireside Youth is starting a study in Genesis

The youth ministry at Websterville Baptist Church is called “Fireside Youth. It focuses on junior and senior highers, but sixth graders are invited after Christmas! This year we are beginning a study in the book of Genesis. Check out this link for more details:

CLICK HERE