Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are
God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long.

Psalm 25:5
February 25, 2018
Chaplain's Corner
This past week in our middle/high school chapel, we had the incredible honor of hosting Mrs. Megan Almon. After an award-winning career in journalism, God called Mrs. Almon to pursue a degree in Apologetics from BIOLA University and has since opened doors for her to travel and speak to speak to a wide variety of groups which include college assemblies, women’s groups, schools, congregations, and conferences. She is not only a gifted communicator, but more importantly, she is a devoted Christ-Follower. In our time together on Wednesday, Mrs. Almon presented “The Case for Life.”

As you are in your homes, eating around the table, or in the car together, consider discussing the following questions with your students to help open up the opportunity to have spiritual-minded conversations with your student(s):

  • Megan stated, “The ideas that we adopt as beliefs play themselves out in our own lives and in the lives of those around us…and ideas have consequences. The idea that is driving abortion in our society is: Some human beings do not matter as much as other human beings.” What are some specific ways that you’ve seen this idea play out? [fame, popularity, etc.]

  • Megan went on to state that one of the two major questions that our culture struggles with is “Is truth really true?” She made the distinction between subjective truth (statements that are made from a person that reveal something about that person…and are open to interpretation and opinion) and objective truth (statements that are made independent of a person…they are discovered and are either true or false). What are some specific examples of subjective truth (opinions) and objective truth (facts) from your own life?

  • Why do you believe that it is so important to be able to distinguish subjective truth from objective truth?

  • In regards to the issue of abortion, the statement “Abortion is wrong because it intentionally kills innocent human beings” is both a moral claim and an objective truth. Why is it important to understand that abortion is not a subjective truth issue?

  • The second of the two major questions that our culture struggles to answer is “What makes human beings valuable?” Mrs. Almon pointed out that there are two ways that human beings are valued: 1) they matter because of particular traits, talents, or abilities and on the basis of what they contribute to society or 2) they matter because of intrinsic value and on the basis of being created in the Image of God. What is dangerous about embracing the first way that human beings are valued? What is comforting about embracing the second way (the Biblical understanding) of how human beings are valued?
This Week:
Wednesday, February 28th
THE BOOK OF MARK: The Return of Christ (Mark 13:32-37)

Ben Wallis
Director of Spiritual Life
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Development
Reservations can be made by completing the RSVP card
included in the mailed invitation or by contacting
Kim Brannon in the Development Office
at knbrannon@princeave.org or 678-726-2314.
Admissions
Re-Enrollment for 2018-2019 School Year
Deadline Is This Week!

Re-enrollment fees increase after February 28th.

Discipleship
Please Pray for the Senior Class Mission Trip
March 3rd - 10th
Mary Bottoms
Millie Bryant
Daniel Calderon
Skyler Cannon
Kalin Cartey
David Chittom
Jackson Cleveland
Brian Csuka
James DeLaurier
Dini DiCosty
Addison Evans
Addie Lee Frierson
Megan Garth
Grayson Goss
Kallie Hamilton
Rebecca Hathaway
Rebekah Haynes
Caroline Hill
Elaine Hinson
Alyssa Jackson
Millican Jarrett
Maria Johnston
Harrison Jump
Will Kalhstorf
Will McKinney
Dalton Meeler
Miriam Megdal
Isaac Moore
Mary Grace Palmer
Daniel Parrish
Claire Power
Tyler Roberts
Grant Roland
Hope Sheppard
Aynsley Stier
Mikey Talmadge
Emma Taylor
Sara Thompson
Taylor Titshaw
Lauren Veness
Emily Weaver
Luke Wells
Sam Wessinger
McNeal Wilfong
Jason Myers (chaperone)
Tracy Hathaway (chaperone)
Leigh Renn (chaperone)
Ben Wallis (chaperone)
Please Pray for Seniors & Teachers
on Local Missions: March 5th - 9th
Jordan Clay
Matthew Colquitt
Ariana Crane
Sydney Crawford
Faith Evans
Trey Felt
Curry Liu
Luke McDevitt
John Morgan McDonald
Annie McElhannon
Kelley McKeithan
Kaylee Smith
Paige Walcott
Danny Westbury
Jonathan Witcher
Elizabeth Sadler (teacher)
Interact Club
The PACS Interact Club is helping the senior class raise funds to purchase school supplies during their mission trip to Nicaragua.

The PACS senior class will be the first missionaries to visit a local school, and the school has a significant need for basic supplies. 

  • February 26 - March 1, Interact members will be stationed in the Wolverine Den and Lower School hallway collecting money in $5 increments to sponsor the purchase of school supplies. 

  • Supplies will be purchased once the team arrives in Nicaragua. This will save on the cost of transporting the supplies.

  • The grade that raises the most money will be rewarded with a Popsicle party.
Athletics
Elite Eight
After a decisive victory in 2nd round play, the Lady Wolverines will travel to Macon, GA to play in the quarter-final round of the
Class A Private GHSA State Tournament

Tuesday, February 27th

7:00 pm
Prince Avenue Lady Wolverines
vs.
Stratford Academy Lady Eagles
6010 Peake Rd, Macon, GA 31220

Admission $7.00

Wolverines are known for traveling well.
Grab your best Wolverine friends & make a road trip
to Macon together to support the Lady Wolverines!

Go Wolverines!
Campus Life
Parent Teacher Fellowship
The Spring Uniform Sale will remain open after school
for teachers who wish to shop.
Marketing and Communications
Store Hours for the Week of February 26th - March 2nd
 
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday :
7:45 am - 9:14 am
10:28 am - 11:28 am
1:11 pm - 2:11 pm

Wednesday :
7:45 am - 9:05 am
11:07 am -11:59 am
1:32 pm - 2:24 pm
Calendar Highlights
 
Please check the website for any rescheduled games or other events.
Monday, February 26
D Day Schedule: Middle & High School

  • Math Help Sessions 3:30 pm

  • Varsity Girls Tennis vs GWA @ Home (OVP) 4:00 pm

  • JV Baseball @ Newton County 5:55 pm

Tuesday, February 27
A Day Schedule: Middle & High School

  • GHSA Region Literary Meet 9:00 am

  • Varsity Girls & Boys Golf vs Tallulah Falls @ Athens Country Club 3:30 pm

  • Varsity Girls Tennis @ Hebron 4:00 pm

  • Varsity Track & Field Meet @ Banks County 4:00 pm

  • Middle School Girls Tennis vs Bethlehem @ Victor Lord Park 4:30 pm

  • Varsity Girls & Boys Soccer vs Greene County @ Home 5:00 & 7:00 pm

  • Varsity Baseball vs Athens Christian @ Home 5:30 pm

  • Varsity Girls Basketball, GHSA State Tournament Quarterfinals @ Stratford Academy 7:00 pm

Wednesday, February 28
B Day Chapel Schedule: Middle & High School

  • Lower School Chapel 8:10 am

  • High School and Middle School Chapel 10:10 am

  • Math Help Sessions 3:30 pm

  • Varsity Girls & Boys Golf vs Hebron @ Hamilton Mill 3:30 pm
Thursday, March 1
C Day Schedule: Middle & High School

  • Varsity Girls Tennis vs Tallulah Falls @ Home (OVP) 4:00 pm

  • Middle School Track & Field @ Oconee County High School 4:00 pm

  • Varsity Baseball @ North Oconee 5:55 pm

Friday, March 2
D Day Schedule: Middle & High School

  • ACSI Band Festival 7:00 am

  • Used Uniform Sale 8:00 am

  • PTF 1st Friday Fellowship

  • Middle School Baseball vs Bethlehem Christian @ Home 5:00 pm

  • Varsity Girls & Boys Soccer @ Athens Christian 5:30 & 7:30 pm

  • Varsity Baseball @ Dawson County 5:55 pm

Saturday, February 24

  • Senior Mission Trip

  • Varsity Boys Golf - Top Ten Preview @ UGA (Time: TBA)



Monday: Teriyaki Chicken

Tuesday: Nachos

Wednesday: Ham

Thursday: Sub Sandwiches

Friday: Fox's Pizza
Daddy-Daughter Date Night Sponsored by the PTF