FBA Newsletter 10-20-2021

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FBA NEWSLETTER

October 20, 2021

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Our lunch program will be adjusting beginning November 1st.   As we provided feedback to our current caterer, they were diligent in making changes as they want to provide our students a quality lunch.  However, we know that it is a desire of many of our students to get back the options we had last year. We put a lot of time and effort into getting our lunch services as there are a lot of logistics involved.

Our lunch program will now be the following:

         Monday: Pizza Hut (Cheese or Pepperoni Personal Pan Pizza and a side) $4.75

         Tuesday: Current Caterer $4.75/ $5.75/ $6.25

         Wednesday: Whataburger (Whataburger, Whataburger w/ Cheese. or 3 chicken strips w/ medium fries) $5.75

         Thursday: Orange Chicken and Chow Mein or White Rice or Teriyaki Chicken and Chow Mein or White Rice $5

         Friday: Current Caterer $4.75/ $5.75/ $6.25

Our partners have shown that they are available to handle our school with their current workforce.  Should things change, we will notify you at that time and make adjustments as necessary.  We are hopeful that these changes will be good ones for our families.   Remember, your child is always welcome to bring a lunch to school. The November lunch menu can be found on the website and one will be coming home next week. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E.A.G.L.E.S

Expressing the​​ Abundance of​​ God’s​​ Love,​​ Encouragement, and​​ Salvation

FBA is partnering with our community to build holiday baskets for our neighbors in need. ​​ These baskets will be distributed right here in the Greater Randolph Area.

Our goal is to help build 50 or more baskets. ​​ Alone, this would be a big task, but together we can meet our goal.

We ask that you find your child’s grade and send in the item to the classroom teacher. ​​ We only ask that you bring the item listed, but if you desire to do more please do! ​​ At the same time, we also know that not everyone is able to donate and we completely understand. ​​ This is a volunteer project only. ​​ 

 

The deadline​​ to turn in items​​ is: Friday, November 12, 2021

K3 and K4:2 cans evaporated milk

K5:  2 cans of fruit cocktail

1st: 2 cans of cranberry sauce

2nd: 2 cans of sweet potatoes

3rd: 2 cans of chicken broth

4th: 2 bags of brown sugar

5th: 2 cans of pumpkin

6th: 2 4lbs. bags of flour

7th: 2 4lbs. bags of sugar

8th: 2 cans of cranberry sauce

9th: 2 cans of chicken broth

10th: 2 cans of evaporated milk

11th: 2 5lbs. of flour

12th: 2 5 lbs. of sugar

 

Thank you for helping us make a difference!

 

 

”Operation Christmas Child”​​ Printable Resources

FBA students will be participating in "Operation Christmas Child". This is a worldwide outreach that brings great joy and shares the Gospel with children around the world. Classrooms will be working as a group to gather items and fill shoeboxes to share God's love. More details will be coming soon about how the classes will complete this project.

 

 

 

 

The Parent Auxiliary Fundraiser continues​​ for 2 more weeks.​​ Our group earns $6 profit on every kit we sell. ​​ We need your help to reach our goal. ​​ Big pizza eating days are just around the corner, so make sure you have Pizza Kits on hand for your celebration this year. ​​ Remember that you can also email the link to your family and friends, so they don’t miss out. ​​ Post on your social media pages. ​​ Shipping costs are the same for 1 kit or 2 kits, so stock up and help us reach our goal.

You may contact the Parent Auxiliary at​​ fbapa@outlook.com​​ if you have any questions.

https://fundraising.littlecaesars.com/login/join-fundraiser/2fd28d4d-f592-413a-9444-c8f593f5385b

College & Career Fair April 15 6:30-8:00pm | North Clackamas School DistrictDAY

FBA will be hosting a​​ College and Career Day​​ on Friday October 29th from 1:15 - 3:30.  We are looking for FBA alumni and families who would like to share information with our high school students about their college or career.  Please contact Mrs. San Roman if you would be willing to join us for this exciting event.  tsanroman@fbauc.com

 

 

It was a dark and stormy night… – Tales from a Part-Time Sunshine

FBA CREATIVE WRITING FESTIVAL 2021

Entries are due to Mrs. San Roman by 12/8/2021

They can be hand delivered or emailed to tsanroman@fbauc.com

Content

Students have freedom in the choice of content. The work does not have to be spiritual in nature, but we encourage a spiritual application, if appropriate. Please​​ avoid potentially offensive themes​​ that include racial slurs, deal with the occult (witchcraft, ghosts, haunted houses, etc.), or have excessive fantasy, sexual innuendos, vulgar themes, excessive violence, and bathroom humor. A student may, however, choose one of these areas—ghosts, haunted houses, excessive fantasy, sexual innuendos, vulgar themes, or bathroom humor—and deal with it in a positive, biblical manner. Questionable material will be returned and will not be judged.​​ 

Categories

 

Short Story—The story may deal with a spiritual or historical personality, theme, or idea. The writer must stay within the bounds of moral and acceptable subject matter. The personalities may be of any​​ era. The story may be, but is not limited to, fantasy, mystery, or comedy. It may also be true to life. Each word (a, an, the, etc.) is considered part of the word count.

The following lengths are required (the title should not be included in the word count):

Grades 4–5 300–800 words

Grades 6–8 600–1,600 words

Grades 9–12 900–2,400 words

Essay—The theme should be pertinent. The writer must develop a definition, concept, or idea. The subject may be a controversial one, but moral and spiritual values must be evident. An essay consists of an introduction, a body including two to five points, and a conclusion. Each word (a, an, the, etc.) is considered part of the word count.

The following lengths are required (the title should not be included in the word count):

Grades 4–5 300–800 words

Grades 6–8 600–1,600 words

Grades 9–12 900–2,400 words

 

Rhymed Poetry​​ or​​ Free Verse Poetry—Topics may include those relating to nature, spiritual concepts, and the feelings and attitudes of people. The poem should evoke one’s thoughts, imagination, and emotions. Each word (a, an, the, etc.) is considered part of the word count.

The following lengths are required (the title should not be included in the word count):

Grades 4–5 25–150 words

Grades 6–8 25–300 words

Grades 9–12 25–600 words

 

Format

  • All works must be typed.​​ Handwritten works will not be accepted.

  • Works should be proofread for spelling and grammatical accuracy.

  • Short story and essay works double-spaced.​​ 

  • Fonts must be at least size 12.​​ 

  • Each work needs to be identified in the​​ upper right-hand corner​​ 

Student name​​ 

Grade level​​ 

Category (Short story, essay, rhymed or free-verse poetry)

Title​​ 

 

 

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First Baptist Church invites you to attend their Fall Family Festival​​ on October 31st​​ 

Location: ​​ FBCUC Parking Lot

Time: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

FBA Mission: ​​ Educate students for time & eternity by presenting God’s truth in all areas of education and character development.

FBA Vision: Teach the Way, Train in Truth, Live the Life (Jesus)​​ John 14:6

FBA Philosophy: Kingdom Education with a Biblical Worldview

FBA Goal: ​​ Honor/Glorify God (dominion/Gen1:28); Love (Mt 22:37-39); Go (Mt 28:18-2)

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