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Little Mozarts After-School Music Program Begins November 7

The second session of Little Mozarts, an after-school music program for PreK4 through 1st grade students, will begin this Tuesday, November 7.  Through six sessions of singing, dancing, and interactive play, students will be introduced to the essential elements of music.  Taught by ACS faculty member Mrs. Stephanie Rosie, classes will meet from 3:15-4:00 p.m. […]

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School Closed November 9-10 for K-12 Students — Early Education Center for Preschool Students

A friendly reminder that ACS will be closed next Thursday and Friday — November 9 and 10 — for students from kindergarten to the 12th grade to give teachers two days to participate in professional development. The Early Education Center, for children from PreK1 to PreK4, will be open and operating on its normal schedule […]

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Wild West Dress Down Day – November 8 – Kicks Off Scholastic Book Fair

To kick off this month’s Scholastic Book Fair, ACS is holding a “Wild West Dress Down Day” next Wednesday, November 8. Scholastic selected “Saddle Up and Read” as the Wild West theme of their Book Fairs held in schools across the country. For a $1 donation, students in kindergarten to the 12th grade can wear […]

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ACS Goes Pink on October 30 for Breast Cancer Awareness

From pink socks and hair bands to pink shirts and shoelaces, ACS students, faculty, and staff enthusiastically participated in Breast Cancer Awareness Day on Monday, October 30. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the ACS event helped raise awareness of the disease. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in […]

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Students Prepare, Sample Healthy Pumpkin Pancakes as Part of AtlantiCare Cooking Demo

Fifty ACS 4th and 5th grade students had the opportunity to help prepare and sample healthy, whole wheat pumpkin pancakes hot off the griddle as part of a cooking demonstration on Tuesday, October 31 presented by representatives from AtlantiCare’s Healthy Schools, Healthy Children program and a nonprofit foundation called Impact Harvest. October was National Farm […]

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14th Annual Race for Education a Fun, Family Affair — Classes Sport Race T-Shirts Featuring Bible Action Heroes

The results are in and our 14th annual Race for Education on Friday, October 27 was a huge success. Under cool but sunny skies, some 330 students from preschool to the 8th grade participated, joined and cheered on by school staff, family members, and friends.  Each elementary class wore brightly colored team T-shirts named after […]

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ACS Students Pay Tribute to America’s Veterans at November 3 Chapel

ACS students gathered for an all-school chapel on Friday, November 3 to honor and remember the sacrifices made by America’s veterans. Thirty-three veterans from every branch of the service, including parents, grandparents, and ACS faculty and staff, attended the chapel. Student Ambassadors greeted the veterans when they arrived and directed them to their front row […]

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Scholastic Book Fair Coming to ACS Week of November 13 — Truth That Rocks Christian Bookstore Will be at Fair on Friday

The Scholastic Book Fair rides into ACS on Monday, November 13 for a week of Wild West-themed reading fun. Students in PreK3 to the 5th grade will visit the Fair in the school library on Monday and Tuesday to create their “wish lists.” Family members can join students and purchase books at the Fair from […]

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Lady Cougars to Play in Conference Championship Game on Saturday

The Lady Cougars Varsity Soccer team is heading to the Championship game of the Tri-State Christian Athletic Conference on Saturday!  Come out and cheer on our team to victory. The Lady Cougars advanced to the championship round after defeating Pilgrim Academy 3-2 on Thursday in the semi-final playoff game. Junior Lindsey Ash scored two goals […]

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Students Explore the Beauty and Blessings of Fall

The beauty and blessings of fall have been popping up everywhere on the ACS campus this month. Students went on walks around the school campus to collect colorful fall leaves. Other students picked and decorated pumpkins and visited the school library to hear fall-themed stories as part of this Friday’s Harvest Festival. Students worked on […]

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