Updated: Jan 17
"The eyes of all look to you, and you give them their food in due season. You open your hand; you satisfy the desire of every living thing." Psalm 145: 15-16
Fourth and Fifth grades students have finished several selections related to living during the time of westward expansion and the Yukon Gold Rush. They are learning how to draw conclusions and make inferences based on what they have read.
For religion, we are finishing up studying the disciples' life after Jesus’ resurrection. Students are learning how the Holy Spirit works with our forgiveness to transform us into a new life and help us become bold witnesses. They are learning how prayer and rightful living help us connect more fully to our Lord for the purpose of His will.
6th grade students will be reading portions of several speeches including MLK Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech and Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. They are learning about purpose and audience and how to best reach an audience.
Students in the seventh and eighth grades have been evaluating the author’s interpretation of the Beatitudes in John MacArthur’s “A Quest for Character”.