"Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves. Then he gave them to his disciples to distribute to the people. He also divided the two fish among them all.   They all ate and were satisfied,   and
the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces of bread and fish. 
The number of the men who had eaten was five thousand."

Mark 6:41 - 44
November 5, 2017
Chaplain's Corner
This past week in chapel, Jason McLeod (Student Pastor of Prince Avenue Baptist Church) led our students through Mark 6:30-44.

As you are in your homes, in your cars, and around the table this upcoming week, read the following passage and discuss the following questions:

[READ MARK 6:30-44]

  • “Jason made the statement, ‘Jesus intends to work through you not without you.’ What does this mean, and why is this principle so important to understand?”

  • “When Jesus asked the disciples what they had in His answering of their concerns about the people needing food, He demonstrated a powerful truth: He doesn’t ask for more than you have, but He does ask for everything that you have. What does this truth mean and why is it so important to understand and apply?”

  • “Jason spoke of a prayer that he often prays: ‘All of me, and all I have, all my life, for Christ.’ How, specifically, can this prayer apply to your life?”

  • “How can I pray for you?”
THIS WEEK:
“Jesus Walks on Water” (Mark 6:45-52)

Ben Wallis
Director of Spiritual Life
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Discipleship
The Christmas Shoe Project
to benefit Kids First
November 13 - December 1
Kids First is the outreach ministry founded by Larry and Anna Boling in 2003 to minister to the under-privileged children in and around Athens. PACS families can choose to participate in providing shoes to needy children in the following ways:
  • Shoe information for each participating Kids First child will be written on Christmas ornaments displayed on a lighted Christmas tree in the main hallway of PACS.

  • During the dates of the project, Prince parents may stop by the school and select one or more ornaments from the tree. Parents may also send requests to their child’s teacher to have an ornament from the tree sent home in their child’s Monday folder.

  • Once a family selects the ornament, further details regarding the procedures of the project will be communicated.
Admissions
Prince Preview is an opportunity for prospective families to visit campus,
talk with administrators and teachers, and review curriculum

To attend Prince Preview, please RSVP to Victoria Carter at 
678-726-2305 or  vcarter@princeave.org .
Office of Development
Georgia Tuition Tax Credit Program
Save the Date!
Fine Arts
PACS Coffee House at
Jittery Joe's Epps Bridge

Tuesday, November 7th

6:30 - 7:30 pm

Featuring performances by The Improvables and musical selections from other PACS Performing Arts students.

PACS lower, middle, and high school art students will have art work on display for the month of November.
Middle School Auditions for Seussical the Musical

Tuesday, November 7 th  from 3:15 - 4:30 in the chorus room. 

Auditions are open to all middle school students.  

No previous stage experience is required.
Athletics
GHSA State Football Play-Offs
After going 9-1 in regular season play, the Wolverines finished 5th in the power rankings and will get
a bye in the first round of playoffs. 

PACS will host the 2nd round play-off game on
November 17th against a team TBD. 

Go Wolverines!
2017 Pitcher/Catcher Clinic
Campus Life
Marketing and Communications
The Wolverine General Store is open 7:45 - 8:05 am Monday-Friday.

If you would like to schedule a
time to shop, please email
Allison Bentley at abentley@princeave.org.
Media Center
Students in pre-kindergarten through 5th grades will come in and create a wish list to take home for parents to peruse. 

All proceeds will benefit the PACS Media Center. Checks should be made out to Prince Avenue Christian School. (Please do not include tax.)
Fantastic Savings Books
The PACS Media Center
will be selling Fantastic Savings
coupon books from
October 7 – November 27. 
The books are $15 and contain coupons to well-known businesses in the Athens area.
(The Media Center earns $9
for every book sold.)
Calendar Highlights
 
Please check the web site for any rescheduled varsity games or other events.
Monday, November 6
B Day Schedule: Middle & High School

  • 8th Grade "GREATER THAN" Retreat

Tuesday, November 7
C Day Schedule: Middle & High School

  • Prince Preview (Open House) 9:00 am


Wednesday, November 8
D Day Chapel Schedule:  Middle & High School

  • Lower School Chapel 8:10 am

  • High School and Middle School Chapel 10:10 am

Thursday, November 9
A Day Schedule: Middle & High School

  • Book Fair
Friday, November 10
B Day Schedule: Middle & High School

  • Book Fair

Saturday, November 11

  • Academic Team Meet at Providence Christian Academy
 
Monday: Spaghetti

Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie

Wednesday: Meatball Sub

Thursday: Spicy Shrimp & Chicken

Friday: Taco