Spelling Bee
Mar
20
9:00 AM09:00

Spelling Bee

Third and Fourth Grade students attempt to spell words correctly and are eliminated until there is one student remaining. The last student standing will represent GCA in the Johnson County Spelling Bee.

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Christian College Fair
Mar
5
6:30 PM18:30

Christian College Fair

Free Admission and open to the public. Colleges participating include: Grace College, Indiana Wesleyan, Moody Bible Institute, Olivet University, and Taylor University.

Attending a Christian University & College Fair can be the first step for many students when searching for the right college or university. You will be able to view college & university displays, talk with representatives from the schools and attend a Financial Aid Workshop.

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Elementary Family Literacy Night
Mar
4
6:30 PM18:30

Elementary Family Literacy Night

Join us for a night to celebrate READING! Classrooms will be transformed into a Dr. Seuss book and there will be tons of interesting things to do! Snacks, games, and activities will be provided. As a part of our literacy night, we will have a BOOK SWAP. Students bring in a used (but in good condition) book and in return will be able to take home a “new to you” book. Any type of book from preK to middle school level will be accepted. Please send in all books for the swap prior to literacy night so we can have them organized that evening. Only students that bring in a book will be able to take a book that night. RSVP by March 4th!

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Kindergarten Round-Up
Feb
28
6:15 PM18:15

Kindergarten Round-Up

Come and join us for an exciting preview of our Kindergarten program at GCA. We will have special activities for your children, so please bring them with you!

RSVP to ckresge@gcak12.org or call 317-215-5300 x113 for more information.

If you wish to enroll, please bring a copy of your child’s birth certificate and your child’s immunization record.

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9th Grade Ski Trip
Feb
22
8:00 AM08:00

9th Grade Ski Trip

Ski packages are $17 for the students and $20 for the chaperones.  Non-skiing chaperones are free.  All ski packages include orientation, a snow pass, rental ski equipment, beginner lesson, and lunch.  A hot dog, bag of chips, and juice box are all that is in the lunch.  They will eat directly after their ski lesson.

Apparel

All skiers should be dressed in waterproof outerwear.  If possible wear a water wicking garment close to your body with a couple warmer layers on top.  Everyone MUST have waterproof GLOVES, waterproof PANTS, and a HAT or EAR MUFFS.  I wear sunglasses even when it is slightly overcast.  Students sometimes opt for layers of sweatshirts instead of a ski jacket, because they start peeling layers after lunch. I suggest bringing a clean change of clothes and a towel to dry off with after they have skied all day.

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