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Warrior Weekly for September 26-30, 2022

Warrior Weekly for September 26-30, 2022

Next Week's Dates to Remember

NOTE: All updated athletics schedules are on Rankonesport.com. For the most up-to-date times and locations, check schedules there.

Sunday 9/25  
Monday 9/26 Happy Birthday Amanda Castner and Shelly Kerr!
Tuesday 9/27  
Wednesday 9/28  
Thursday 9/29

 

Friday 9/30  
Saturday 10/1  

Upcoming Dates to Remember

October 10: Family Appreciation & Community Update

October 15: Fall Festival 6-9

November 2: School Picture Day  [Friday only students will take pictures in the spring.]

All School News

The 6th Grade class is doing a fund raiser at Blue Sky on 98th St. on October 18th.  Remember to say..."KPA Class of 2029" when you order. 

Please SAVE THE DATE and join Kingdom Singers, Warrior Praise Choir and LCU Best Friends, for our annual Benefit Concert for the South Plains Food Bank.

Please save the date for KPA School Pictures! *Friday only students, you will take pictures in the spring!  

New Headmaster's Podcast: This week, Dr. DePoe sits down with Naomi Martens (graduate, class of 2019) to discuss some of the ways that Kingdom Preparatory Academy has had an impact on her life.  Click here to listen: https://anchor.fm/kpa-headmaster/episodes/S1E8-Interview-with-Alumnus-Naomi-Martens-e1o7cpo

The Praise Choir has been working hard and PRAISING loud!

Athletic News

7th and 8th grade volleyball won their games on Tuesday. A couple of TTU volleyball players were in attendance to root for their former teammate and our coach, Tatum Rohme!

Cheering on the Warriors at Saturday night's game against Abilene Christian. 

Grammar School News

Second grade made tornado bottles during their study of storms and weather.

Friday Enrichment Mad Scientists created jellyfish then placed them in “ocean bottles” to watch them swim during their unit on marine biology. 

T is for Turtle....or African Spurred Tortoise to be exact. These tortoise's are the 3rd largest in the world and can live up to 125 years! The kindergartener's loved meeting them and holding the babies. 

Upper School News

Freshmen English students presented over Gilgamesh.

The 7th graders and their summer reading projects from King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table.
 

Freshmen Biology students experimented with bubbles to learn about cell membranes.

Juniors learn about DNA and Protein Snythesis.

 

Warrior Weekly for September 19-23, 2022

Warrior Weekly for September 19-23, 2022

Next Week's Dates to Remember

NOTE: All updated athletics schedules are on Rankonesport.com. For the most up-to-date times and locations, check schedules there.

Sunday 9/18  
Monday 9/19  
Tuesday 9/20  
Wednesday 9/21  
Thursday 9/22

 Happy Birthday Micah Bailey & Delia Joy O'Steen!

Friday 9/23  
Saturday 9/24  

Upcoming Dates to Remember

October 10: Family Appreciation & Community Update

October 15: Fall Festival 6-9

November 2: School Picture Day  [Friday only students will take pictures in the spring.]

All School News

Please SAVE THE DATE and join Kingdom Singers, Warrior Praise Choir and LCU Best Friends, for our annual Benefit Concert for the South Plains Food Bank.

Please save the date for KPA School Pictures! *Friday only students, you will take pictures in the spring!  

New Headmaster's Podcast: This week, Dr. Louis Markos follows up on his keynote address to the KPA community from this summer. We talk some about how and why we should teach the pagan classics, even though some of the content is morally questionable or difficult at times. What about those fornicating Greek gods, child sacrifice, and other eyebrow-raising passages? Join us in thinking about these important topics and themes in classical Christian education.  Click here to listen: https://anchor.fm/kpa-headmaster/episodes/S1E7-Dr--Louis-Markos--More-on-Why-Christians-Should-Study-the-Pagan-Classics-e1nnhj6

Tanner Bruffey and Jared Brock hanging up the baffles in the gym purchased through the generosity of the Booster Club.

Athletic News

KPA Tennis against Denver City 👊🎾
 

Grammar School News

First Graders read the story “The Little Red Hen”. Micah Grappe came and shared how bread is made from wheat.  Grain was milled using the grain mill, ingredients added and bread was cooked in the bread machine. Students enjoyed seeing the process and eating the bread. Thank you Mrs. Grappe!!

Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade did a Seed Investigation in Nature Study for Friday Enrichment! We got to see, feel and even smell so many different kinds of seeds. Then we discovered what plant each seed would grow into and recorded our findings. We also made the  connection that just like each little seed, with love and kindness, we can grow and spread God’s glory around our world!

 

In Story Time Comes Alive last week the Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade classes read the book Elmer on Stilts by David McKee. After the story, the students were each able to try walking with a pair of stilts. The students loved figuring out the best way to stand and step while being up a little higher. 

3rd, 4th and 5th grade Drama students started to explore Pantomimes during Friday Enrichment. They worked as a team to “build” moving machines with their bodies and have their classmates guess what they were portraying.