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Warner World April 2016 SENIOR SKI TRIP February 1 saw 14 brave seniors boarding a plane for Vermont for the Senior Ski trip. They arrived to warmer than usual temperatures. They had their desnaon all to themselves this year, which meant unlimited pool, video games and access to the TV for movies. Their first day on the slopes was a challenge for many of the group, but they persevered and be- gan to enjoy the fun. Unfortunately, they had to sur- vive a day of rain, due to the warmer temperatures. The seniors found ways of entertaining themselves –SHOPPING. They toured a cider mill and, of course, Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream factory. They had a chance to taste the newest test flavor. Their last day saw cold weather and lots of skiing. Arrived home safely Fri- day evening, it was agreed that all had a great me. K5 Learn About Dental Health A shout out to Dr. Barnes for always making it fun learning how to take care of our teeth! Both kinder- garten classes, as well as the first grades, were blessed by the dona- on of supplies for our classrooms.

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SENIOR SKI TRIP
February 1 saw 14 brave seniors boarding a plane for Vermont for the Senior Ski trip. They arrived to warmer than usual temperatures. They had their destination all to themselves this year, which meant unlimited pool, video games and access to the TV for movies. Their first day on the slopes was a challenge for many of the group, but they persevered and be- gan to enjoy the fun. Unfortunately, they had to sur- vive a day of rain, due to the warmer temperatures. The seniors found ways of entertaining themselves –SHOPPING. They toured a cider mill and, of course, Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream factory. They had a chance to taste the newest test flavor. Their last day saw cold weather and lots of skiing. Arrived home safely Fri- day evening, it was agreed that all had a great time.
K5 Learn About Dental Health
A shout out to Dr. Barnes for always making it fun learning how to take care of our teeth! Both kinder- garten classes, as well as the first grades, were blessed by the dona- tion of supplies for our classrooms.
Words from the Superintendent...
The account of the resurrection in Matthew chapter 28 is a short one but informative. As you read the pas- sage, note the list of evidences of Christ’s resurrec- tion: 1. The resurrection was attested to by several wit- nesses (the women, the guards, others). 2. Although the tomb with Jesus’ body was sealed, it was later discovered empty; the body was no longer there. 3. The excuse of the soldiers was illogical for no Ro- man soldier would admit to sleeping on the job. The penalty for sleeping on the job was death. 4. Jesus appeared to many people providing even more witnesses to His resurrection.
In addition, consider the question that most likely had many observers of these Easter week events asking themselves at the time; “Who was this Jesus?“ In an- swering that all important question, there are some truths that are certain. Christ lived a sinless life. Christ died and rose from the dead on the third day just as He had said. Jesus is both Savior and Lord. One other truth is also certain…each person’s response to Jesus will determine their eternal destination.
How will you respond to Christ? Will you be like the women and worship Jesus (Matthew 28:8-10) or will you be like the religious leaders and continue to re- fuse to believe in spite of all the evidence presented to them (Matthew 28:11-15).
May you and your family be like the women and wor- ship Christ for what He has done for us on the cross! Rejoice with your family. Enjoy this Resurrection Day, for Christ the Lord HAS risen indeed! Hallelujah!
Mark W. Tress Superintendent
2015-2016 School Work Days
Snacks and Beverages Supplied
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Happy Easter! What a blessed time of year that we have once again, as Christians, to fo- cus our reverent attention on the resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ. And one thing is absolutely certain…that He IS our RISEN Sav- ior!
RECYCLE FOR WCA DROP OFF AT ANY CAMPUS OFFICE!
Box Tops for Education Campbell’s Soup Labels
Empty Printer Cartridges
Shopping at Office Depot Super Express in Port Orange
(Use code 8000)
Parent Teacher Fellowship Update...
Race for Education: Race date is April 4 starting at 1:00PM. Fore more information, contact Stacey Par- sons at [email protected]
PTF Facebook: We have a new Facebook Public Group. Please join us on facebook, WCA Parent Teacher Fellowship, and keep up to date with what is happening with your PTF.
Teacher Appreciation Week: May 2- 6 is the week set aside to appre- ciate our teachers.
Warner Partners with AmVets and DAR
in Nurturing Civic Pride Every year Warner Christian partners with our local AmVets and the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) to foster civic pride and awareness. Our students have writ- ten essays, poems and short stories and made posters and stamp designs to express their patriotism for our country and our flag.
“Celebrate America” was this year’s theme for the DAR contest. The following stu- dents received first place in their grade and category: third graders Connor Askew for his Short Story, Chloe Teut for her poetry and Jordon Strader on his stamp design; fourth grader Jaime Feliciano on his poster; and fifth graders Mary Rowan for her Poetry and Matt Tarr for his short story. These students and their parents have been invited to the Sugar Mill DAR Chapter “Awards Night” on April 19th.
The AmVet theme for this year was “What Does Flag Protection Mean to Me?” Kindergarteners Brayden Kim received first place and Minayra Fonua third place for draw- ing and coloring an American flag. Students in first through fifth grades had to make a post- er along with a 50 word explanation. Natalie Hill first grade and Chloe Carlson third grade won first place, and Sarah Melden fifth grade came in third place. Students in sixth through twelfth grades had to write a 200 word essay. Sixth graders Pooja Jani received first place, Nathan Walton second place and Ireanna Hinson third place. All of these AmVet win- ners received Walmart gift cards for their ef- forts.
Congratulations to all these talented students and devoted teachers.
Dates to Remember: April 29 - Elementary Spring Program
May 3 - Senior Banquet
May 11 - Baccalaureate
May 13 - Elementary & MS Awards Assemblies Commencement
May 17 - K4 Graduation
May 18 - Student’s Last Day
Parents and Students 97th-12th grades), You will remember that we had to cancel school on January 7th due to a necessary repair to the water main line servicing the secondary building. We have determined that it will be necessary to have a make- up day for this unplanned, cancelled school day. The make-up day has been scheduled for Friday, April 22, 2016. Initially, April 22nd was scheduled to be a school holiday for students and professional development day for teachers, but this will now be a full, regular school day for all 7th through 12th grade students.
Warner Christian
Summer Camp 2016
Base Rate: Registration Fee: $25 a day/$80 a week* (Non Refundable) Includes trips to the movie theater, splash pads, $35 (Includes t-shirt & water bottle) campus activities, shows, and more! $25 Early Bird Reg. by 4/1/2016 Lunch and Snacks Included!
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Warner Elementary Summer Day Camp 2016 Registration Form (Please Complete a Separate Registration Form for Each Child)
PLEASE PRINT NEATLY
Child’s Full Name:______________________________________________Age:________Birthdate:_____/_____/_____ Grade Last Completed (2015-2016 school year)__________ School Attending:_______________________________ Address:____________________________________________City:______________________State:______Zip:_________ Mailing Address (if different from above):_______________________________________________________________ Name & Relationship of child’s primary caretaker:______________________________________________________ Mother’s Name:____________________________Does the mother have permission to pick up this child?:______ Mother’s Numbers: Cell Phone:______________________Work Phone:____________________Other:____________ Mother’s Personal Email:_____________________________Work/Other Email:_______________________________ Father’s Name:_____________________________Does the father have permission to pick up this child?:_______ Father’s Numbers: Cell Phone:_______________________Work Phone:____________________Other:____________ Father’s Personal Email:______________________________Work/Other Email:_______________________________ The following additional people have permission to pick up my child: Name:______________________________ Relationship:________________________ Phone:_______________________ Name:______________________________ Relationship:________________________ Phone:_______________________ Name:______________________________ Relationship:________________________ Phone:_______________________ Name:______________________________ Relationship:________________________ Phone:_______________________ Does this child have any diagnosed medical conditions that we should be aware of?_______________________ If yes, please explain:___________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I wish for the above minor to be allowed to participate in or be a spectator at the activities sponsored by the Warner Summer Day Camp, and I give
permission for the above mentioned child to go on trips away from the school facilities. I agree not to hold White Chapel Church of God & Warner Christian Academy or any employees responsible in any way for any accidents which may occur, nor for any expenses which are incurred thereby. In case of a minor accident or illness, I request Warner to contact me and then any other family member who is eligible to pick up my child if I cannot be reached. If no contact can be made or there is an emergency situation I hereby authorize the staff of Warner Summer Day Camp to make whatever arrangements they determine necessary for the health and well being of my child.
Signature Parent/Guardian:__________________________________________________________Date:_________________
Please circle appropriate t-shirt size for your child. Circle only one.
Youth Sizes: 6-8 10-12 14-16 (or) Adult Sizes: S M L XL
The Volusia County School Board is not affiliated with this program in any manner, nor does it endorse or assume any responsibility for any activities that may occur in connection with it.
Warner Summer Day Camp, 1730 S. Ridgewood Ave., South Daytona, FL 32119
Phone: 386-767-5451 ext. 258 Email: [email protected]
Dean’s List/Honor Roll 3rd Quarter
Congratula tion
well d one!
DEAN'S LIST HONOR ROLL 3rd Grade 8th Grade Cont. 3rd Grade 6th Grade 9th Grade Zachary Cruz Brian Kim Zachariah Bennett Ciani Argrett Elizabeth Corbin Nathan Galba John Mayfield Chloe Carlson Alex Brock Tyler Filer Benjamin Kim Jacob Romeo Tyler Cooper Destiny Brzozowski John Malcolm Sydney Mountcastle Naomi Stellone Bella Dye Apryl Corrigall Trinity Render Michael Tarr Jaylen Walton Kennedy Cox Isaiah Eberheart Branton Saunders Brayden Walton Kassady Willcox Makayla Eberheart Marquis Grissom Liam Skelly
Zachary Young Ava Garrett Avery Hansen Sarah Wolbach 4th Grade Shawnathon Gordon Jaida Harper Olivia Alexis 9th Grade Cimber Jenkins Ireanna Hinson 10th Grade Carlie Cox Beion'ce Allen Sydney Redding Julia Jaisingh DezMontre Alexander Ella Dietrich Ralina Campbell Dylan Simpson Rylee Mulvey Primus Brown Lauren Duff Janie Foreman Chloe Teut Eddy Niznik Emani Goring Jaime Estok Katherine Hubbard Breanna Thomas Michael Parsons Tovah Guinn David Hardy Kaleigh Judd Katelyn Willcox Gabrielle Redding Amber Harper Cole Hollman Perry Keel Ella Williams Jamal Holmes Marissa Kalimnios Makena Mayfield 4th Grade Molly Jackson Ariana Keeling Anna Parsons Amaria Chapman 7th Grade Mia Ortiz Catherine Kennedy Ericca Stanco Kaitlyn Coleman Luke Allen Julie Skipper Abigail Leek Courtney Wallace Gianna Corbin Canyon Brown Blaine O’Neal Ethan Domeij Tasha Cason 11th Grade Eliana Sharper 10th Grade Jaime Feliciano Skye Cuthbert Ezra Harris Gregory Trent Emily Boettner Ryan Geary Megan Elliott Donovan Hovey-Franklin Nathan Toler Rachel Chaplin Stiles Guidry Kloe' Hare Arpan Jani Dalton Young Andrea Crandlemire Knowlasia Hazard Serenity McFarran Luke Lynch Dylan Young Adam Domeij Jaiden Howard Kyleigh Russo Mathew Payton
Anna Giannini Aiden James Cale Saunders 5th Grade Alayna Lowe Noah Johnson Brooke Scherer 12th grade hoonor Helena Domeij Anna Kato Rachel Scruggs Devon Andrasco Isabella Lisowski 11th Grade Faith Kelley Hunter Simpson Brandon Baker
Joel Diaz Matthew Meeks Paul Wert Daniel Breaks 6th Grade Benjamin Duckworth Audrey Melden Chriseli Zeledon Omar Calderon Brianna Baskin Megan Kelley Natalie Redding Dylan Doughney Ally Dumet Nicholas Leizear Abigail Stroehlen 8th Grade Tyden Guinn LJ Edwards Ryanne Lewis Mackenzie Barnett Joshua Kelly Pooja Jani Jaida Purkiss 5th Grade Joshua Breaks Kaitlyn Oldenski Noah Pepe Grace Smith Christian Anderson Megan Deats Alejandro Salazar Nathan Walton Miranda Stephens Ciara Brown Miracle Dowdell Logan Skelly
Jasmine Wert Haley Corbin Seth Foreman Stephen Stark 7th Grade Sierra Darrell Chai Ingersoll Alana Ayres 12th Grade Connor del Castillo Joseph King Abby Carlson Lacey Ayers Owen Foreman Kristen Lewis Alexys Hill Carlee Baxter Anthony Galba Mason Lewis Arianna Merodis Evan Boettner Sean Garcia Genevieve Olden Madelyn Stark Andrew Bowman Jai Goring Carla Pfoutz Jaden Toler Nicole Brubaker Ella Hansen Samantha Pond
Lillian Burn Christina King Cole Ray 8th Grade Tyra Ivy Logan McCloud Tylar Richardson Lauren Allen Patrick Marshall Parker Noesen Marilyn Rowan Jada Argueta Jordan Noell Sarah Parks Rosana Shyyanova Arianna Corbin Garth Phifer Mary Rowan Christina Whisnant Theodore Efstathiadis Noah Robison Abigail Romeo Jordyn Frost Jocelyn Wert Gabrielle Thomas Howard James Rebecca Willits
The purpose of Warner Christian Academy is to be a school where Jesus is Lord and students are led to develop spiritually, academically, socially, physically, and in service to others. WCA will admit students of any gender, race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We will not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, na- tional and ethnic origin in the administration of our educational and admission policies nor in our scholarship, athletic, and other programs. Inquiries regarding compliance with nondiscrimination policies may be directed to Superintendent, 1730 S. Ridgewood Ave., South Daytona, FL 32119, PH: 386-767-5451, or to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 330 C St. SW, Washington, DC 20202.
Our school is accredited by the Association of Christian
Schools International
WARNER WORLD Vol. 46 #4 April 2016
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