Diary of Anne Frank

Our talented Upper School Drama Department is presenting The Diary of Anne Frank October 19th at 7pm, October 20th (school performance, and October 21st at 3pm and 7pm at the Upper School gym! This play is based on the diary kept by Anne Frank during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. Our student actors have been rehearsing and working hard to portray Anne and her family’s story well. We hope you can come out to support our actors while also learning more about our world’s history.

Treasures and Stewardship

Chapel at the Lower School started off with our Prayer Warrior, Abby (4th), focusing our hearts on the Lord through prayer. Then students, teachers, and a parent led everyone in a fun favorite, “Father Abraham,” followed by three other worship songs. 

As we continue with our month’s theme of stewardship, Pastor Will reminded us to take care of the stuff we have because it all belongs to God. He illustrated this by filling bags with stuff that means something to him. He then invited six students on stage to help discover what the bags contained. They discovered the bags all held things with significant value to Pastor Will. He takes care of these items because each one means something to him. When Pastor Will shares his valuables with others, he wants them to take care and be good stewards of his stuff. 

He closed his message with the Parable of the Talents, found in Matthew 25:14-30. (Click here to see Pastor Will’s teaching!) The story taught us that since everything belongs to God, we need to use our stuff wisely. In this way, we can be good stewards.

We look forward to learning more together about stewardship next week!

Written by Debra Winningham

Field Update!

“Before you lay a foundation on the field, there should be a solid foundation in your heart and you start building on that.” – Author Unknown

What was once only a dream is now turning into a reality! This week, we laid the sod for our athletic field and put up the scoreboard. We also have the lights and goal posts in! Thank you to those who have given to help us make this reality!  Thank you for your blessings of time, talent and treasure. Without you catching the vision, we would not be moving forward and building such an amazing complex!

We are so grateful for the support of our parents, families and friends. Thanks to the generosity of the following, we are almost to the goal line – just 27 yards to go! 

  • 2017 FA Faculty & Staff
  • 2017 FA Football teams
  • 2017 FA Soccer Team
  • 2017 Legacy Golf Tournament
  • Anonymous
  • Cheri & Richard Belanger
  • David Billsborough (DRB)
  • The Boast Family
  • The FA Booster Club
  • The Branham Family
  • The Carson Family
  • The David Family
  • The Fitzpatrick Family
  • Florida Hospital
  • Jennifer Gardner Family
  • The Garver Family
  • The Graziotti Family
  • Tim & Carol Grosshans
  • Ryan & Amanda Hinricher
  • The Kasyanov Family
  • The Keator Family
  • The Kelly Family
  • The Lumpkins Family
  • PAWS
  • Print File, Inc.
  • The Sapp Family
  • FA School Board
  • Zachary & Andrea Stoumbos
  • The Strong Family

For information on becoming a member of the Touchdown Club, please contact Luanne Lumpkins at 407-877-2744 or Enjoy pics of our most recent progress below!

6th Grade Meteorologists

When tasked with a weather project to take on the role of a news reporter or meteorologist, sixth graders Parker M. and Tyler W. sought help from a true expert in field, Channel 6 News Chief Meteorologist Tom Sorrells. The boys visited the news station, and Mr. Sorrells and the 7pm news crew gave them an ultimate field trip experience.

Parker and Tyler not only learned about the behind-the-scenes action of a news station, but they also appeared as part of a television news segment and on Facebook Live. Mr. Sorrells and his team also showed Parker and Tyler the weather data from Hurricane Irma and then helped them record a “news” style video for their project. Special thanks to Tom Sorrells and the news crew at Channel 6 for helping Parker and Tyler. We are so appreciative of professionals in our community who give students real world experiences and such memorable opportunities!

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