eNewsletter ~ AUGUST 2016

As I hope you have noticed by your daily e-mails and signage on campus, we are in the midst of this year's All IN IN 10 ELCA Fund Campaign.  This campaign serves as our designated 10-day period for our families to provide support to our school over and above tuition and fees.  The cost of providing all the opportunities for our students is not covered by just tuition and fees, so all donations received make a significant impact on the education of our students.  We are off to a great start to this year's campaign, so if you have not yet made your gift or pledge, please do so either on-line at www.elcaonline.org/give or by picking up a contribution form at Mrs. Vicki's desk in the front lobby (including the option of billing your student account through FACTS).  Additional information on the ELCA Fund may be found at www.elcaonline.org/fundvideo.  Please make your donation today as we strive for 100% participation from our families during the campaign.

Al Hosford
Director of Advancement
Congratulations to all the students who took Advanced Placement exams this past spring.  One hundred seventy-five students took a total of 308 exams in 15 different subjects. 

Seventeen students were recognized as AP Scholars (granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams):
AP Scholars

Daniel Barnette

Cameron Bragg

Justin Capp

Hannah Castels

Kayla Collins

Eno Etefia

Leon Ferraez

Madison Fielding

Kyle Hardy

Matthew Hazel

Alexander Johnson

Trent Johnson

Mackenzie Lane

Malia Randolph

Angel Scandrick

Emily Wallace

Reilly Zimbric

Seven students were recognized as AP Scholars with Honors (granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams):

AP Scholars with Honor

Alexandria Austin

Olivia Duffy

Allison Hunt

Erin Jagus

Jacob Luke

Olivia Pounds

Callan Russell

Seven students were recognized as AP Scholar's with Distinction (granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams):
AP Scholars with Distinction

Stephen Blackburn

Jerol Cox

Brittany Dorsey

Corinn Gurak

Joshua Wallace

Casey Wang

Yu Wang

One student was recognized as a National AP Scholar (granted to students in the United States who receive an average score of at least a 4 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams.
National AP Scholar
Casey Wang


Other academic statistics and a list of college acceptances for the class of 2016 can be found on the school website under the Academic/High School tab.


Students in Mrs Allen's 6th grade English class have been learning middle school routines, including how to work effectively in cooperative groups. They are among the many grades who participate in the library program, Reading Buddies. Mrs. Allen's class is paired with Mrs. Duffy's 2nd grade class. They are off to a great start for the new school year!


...but unable to make it to the game?

Watch the game live online. Information and intructions are available at http://elcaonline.org/elcavizion.
Limited Space Available
Enrollment in ASEP is not required to participate in these activities.

Lego Robotics - Starting Tue, 9/6

Aviation Class - Starting Wed, 9/7
Introduction to the field of Aviation for

Tennis and Golf

Martial Arts

There will be a Ninth Grade Curriculum Night on Thursday, August 25, at 6:00 P.M. in the Chapel.  All ninth grade parents and students are encouraged to attend.  Graduation information, as well as tips for transitioning to high school, will be shared.  In addition, parents and students will have an opportunity to visit with the ninth grade teachers.
Grandparents' Day is COMING!

WANTED: Your photos of your children with their grandparents!
Email your photos to contact@eagleslanding.org
ELCA is starting a new Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter in the high school.  FBLA is a student organization committed to preparing students for success in business leadership.  It is the largest student business organization in the world with more than 250,000 members.  The kick off meeting will be August 22.  Activities this year will include service projects, local business speakers at our meetings, leadership conferences, competitive events, and more.  See Mrs. Robertson in Room 610, stop outside Mrs. Fairley's office or click here for information.  Join FBLA and begin preparing for your future leadership role!

Did you know 
you can receive a $500 tuition credit 
for referring a new student to ELCA?

Why keep ELCA to yourself?  Tell your friends what 
you love about your school.

for more information.
Gold Bolt Service is a program that rewards those faculty and staff members  who have gone above and beyond  in making a difference
in the lives of our students and families.

Please share your experiences and help us choose our 
next Gold Bolt Employee 
SAGE Dining is on Social Media
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to celebrate 
Your Child's Special Day

Birthday Balloon Greeting / Birthday Book Club
Calendar Quick View
Aug 22:  FBLA Meeting
Aug 24:  PTF Parent Coffee
Aug 25:  9th Grade Curriculum Night
Aug 27:  ACT Seminar
Aug 30:  Preschool and Elementary Fall Portraits
Sep 1:    Middle and High School Fall Portraits
Sep 2:    Operation M46
Sep 2:    Grandparents' Day (School dismissed at Noon)
Sep 5:    Labor Day (No School)

See the full calendar at  www.elcaonline.org/calendar

Calendar for 2016-2017 School Year

Check out the video of the recent  B2SD informational slides at  www.elcaonline.org/b2sd 

Check out the New Parent Coffee information at www.elcaonline.org/newparentcoffee.
Eagle's Landing Christian Academy