Christmas is fast approaching, and here at CC we’re wrapping up our semester work before celebrating the holidays.
Enjoy this look at some of the interesting projects, events, and learning happening in our community during December!
Our Spanish Students caroling in the halls, singing Feliz
Navidad and Los Doce Dias de Navidad (12 Days of Christmas)
Students are excited to complete their final tests and
quizzes of the semester on Monday
Literature & Composition students present their models of the Mayflower
ship to finish off their study of Voyage to Freedom
American Studies students enjoy the last day of the semester
with games, treats, and a rotisserie chicken
"Last lunch of the semester! Let's set up the Pizza Day table over there"
Physics students constructed parachutes for their egg drop experiment.
Physics Lab Egg Drop Experiment (slow motion). Will the egg survive?
Omnibus students read The Rule of St. Benedict this month. Students did an "Eat like a Monk" activity where they prepared a meal for their family.
Biology students classified small animals in their class,
including a guinea pig (that likes carrots) and a lizard
Our littlest "Pre-CC'ers" (teachers' children in our nursery)
really enjoyed meeting the guinea pig, too.
Christmas Cookie Decorating B.E.S.T. Event where our students
had so much fun making dozens of delicious cookies!
Teacher Appreciation Lunch – We’re so thankful for the delicious food
that CC parents prepared for our teachers and graders!
Isaiah 9:6 "For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace."
We hope that you have a wonderful Christmas and New Year!