Cornerstone Christian School

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Clubs

Our grandparents used to have an expression, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." They knew that play, recreation and socialization are an important part of learning how to interact with others. We have several before and after school clubs that provide both learning and play while building friendships through shared interests.

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Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up.”

Ecclesiastes 4:9-10

Programs

Drama Club

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INFO: CCS is offering Drama Club to all students in grades 2-8. If you want to have confidence and tap into your creative self, this club is for you! The Drama Club typically meets on Friday afternoons after school, depending on volunteer leadership. Call the school office for more information.

Robotics Club

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INFO: All students from Kindergarten-8th grade are welcome to participate in this after-school club! Students will start out working on basic building skills. This club is designed to increase participation in the field of science, technology, engineering and math.

Student Council

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INFO: The Student Council's mission at Cornerstone Christian School is to develop a Christ-centered inquiring mind that continuously asks questions, prayerfully seeks answers, respectfully challenges, and honorably stands up for/helps those in need in our community. The Student Council's purpose is to develop Godly leadership skills, enhance school spirit/morale, promote community involvement, participate in fundraising activities and share ideas with faculty.

GRADES: All students that are in 4th -8th grades are eligible to run for Student Council. Once the Student Council members have been chosen, they will meet to vote/assign positions: A President and Vice President will be chosen from the 7th or 8th grades. A Secretary and Treasurer will be chosen from any of the grades (4th -8th) involved. Those students not holding office will serve in an advisory role and focus on suggestions, planning, marketing, and implementing the student council's activities.