Warrior Weekly for March 31-April 6

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Mon 04/01 TBD HS Golf at Plainview Christian
9:00 Late registration starts
11:30 All-house meetings
3:30 HS Tennis vs. Southcrest – (Lakeridge)
Tues 04/02 3:30 HS Tennis vs. Trinity, AS, CTK & SC (state qualifiers only) (Burgess)
Wed 04/03 Happy Birthday Coach Klein!!
Thu 04/04 TBD JH Golf – Holy Cross Tournament – Amarillo
TBD HS Tennis SPCHEA – Levelland
Fri 04/05 4th grade Alamo Trip (Friday and Saturday)
11:30 House games–Wilberforce
TBD HS Track Meet at O’Donnell
Sat 04/06 9:00 – 11:00 All-school cleanup day (Upper school service project)
9:00 JH Track-WTCAA Championship-Amarillo

Monday 04/08: NHS Induction Ceremony
Thursday 04/11: 8th Grade Meteorology Field Trip
Saturday 04/13 – Tuesday 04/16: Senior Retreat
Tuesday 4/23: Evening of the Arts
April 30: School of Logic presents “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”
May 3: 8th grade banquet @ Spirit Ranch
May 9: School of Rhetoric presents “Pride and Prejudice”
May 10: Jr/Sr banquet @ Sophia’s Place

All-School News

Feed the Need was a HUGE success! We are so thankful for all the time, effort, prayer, and finances that went in to making this event the success that it was. We give God the glory for His favor on this event and on our school. Here are some photos from Friday…

Grammar School News

Upper School News

This week our 6th/7th grade Discipleship students are talking about prayer. Check it out here.

Athletics News


The HS team got 2nd last week and shot a season low of 357 at Reed. They are improving every day! Parents–we would love to have you out on Monday to support the team in Plainview. Great job, guys!


Track is in full swing with track meets every week.  Our HS had a track meet last Friday and then turned around and had another track meet this Tuesday.  We had an awesome track meet as our boys finished 2nd place overall and our girls placed 3rd overall.   Every track member (19 of them) hit a season best in one or more of their events.  It is fun watching everyone get better every week.   Here are some top 5 finishes:

Josh Deel:  Long jump 1st place, 200m 2nd place, 100m 3rd place, Triple jump 3rd place, 400m 5th place
Aaron Gonzales:  400m 4th place, 200m 5th place
Justin Cunningham:  800m 5th place
Lincoln Fleischman:  1600m 2nd place, 3200m 3rd place
Sam Nicholson:   110m Hurdles 1st place, 300m Hurdles 2nd place, Long jump 2nd place, Triple jump 1st place
Tristan Flores:     110m Hurdles 2nd place, 300m Hurdles 3rd place, Long jump 4th place, Triple jump 4th place
Jax Jonas:           Shot put 4th place, Discuss 4th place
Sloan Nethercutt:  Discuss 5th place
Natalie Poe:          100m 1st place,  200m 1st place, 400m 1st place, Long jump 3rd place,
Elena Dowell:        100m 5th place, 200m 2nd place
Macy Wolffington:  100m Hurdles 1st place,  300m Hurdles 1st place, 200m 5th place, Long jump 4th place
Erin Bates:             400m 4th place, 100m Hurdles 5th place
Shelby Alexander:  800m 3rd place, Discuss 5th place
JH has a track meet this Friday and we will have the results posted next week in the warrior weekly.
Go Warriors!


Great stuff happening in Tennis this week!

Hs is at regionals (Fort Worth) Thursday and Friday of this week.   Our HS Boys and Girls were both Regional Champions last year and we are sending a full team there and excited to see how our teams compete as well as our individuals.
In Junior High, KPA held our 1st annual tournament and had 55 tennis players compete.  It is exciting to have us host a tournament and it was a huge success!  Thank you Coach Arcisz and Coach Mike for your hard work getting the 1st annual Kingdom Prep tournament off the ground!  We were able to walk away with some awards as well:   Kara Hawthorne and Micah Pfannenstiel won first place in Girls Doubles while Grace Klein and Callie Fleischman won second.  Sam Crews and Davis Wooten won 3rd place in boys doubles.  Last, Addison Babb won 4th place in girls singles!   Way to go Warriors!

Coach Arcisz celebrated his birthday yesterday with the HS tennis team in Fort Worth and by the looks of this, they had a fun time!

Fine Arts News

April 30: School of Logic presents “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”

May 9: School of Rhetoric presents “Pride and Prejudice”

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