by: Hannah Haughton
Mrs. Diane Rawls, an Early Education teacher, states that she enjoys working with younger kids because “[she] likes seeing them grow.” She loves that they are just now getting into the learning stage; “they are learning how to use their hands and feet, learning how to communicate and say what they want and need” says Mrs. Diane. The new school year brings a happy feeling to her; she treasures being able to do new things and make new memories with the children. She says, “I love that they are at the age where they are old enough to communicate and that I can interact more with them.”
“‘Philippians 4: 13, I can do all this through him who gives me strength.’ This is a daily reminder that when things get rough, I know that I can do anything, because He gives me the strength, along with the kids. I want to teach them that they can do anything they dream, that they can accomplish it with their eyes on GOD.”
The Latest Events on Campus
Monday, September 7th
School and After-School will be closed Monday, September 7, in honor of Labor Day. School will resume on Tuesday, September 8.
Saturday, October 3rd
The CCS Athletic Department will host a yard sale on Saturday, October 3. If you are cleaning out closets, your garage or basement, please consider donating your items for the yard sale.
Saturday, October 10th
Would you like a chance to win $5,000? Purchase a ticket for the Knights Reverse Raffle today! The event will be held on October 10 at the American Heritage Gun Range in McDonough.