To create an environment that promotes and encourages a spirit of unity within the school family of parents, students and school faculty and staff so that we invest together in growing the educational opportunities for our students.
HOW WE ACCOMPLISH OUR MISSION:
We supply teachers with items for their curriculum that enhance the teaching process.
projectors, TVs, science equipment, lab supplies, document cameras for elementary, camera lenses for yearbook, dry erase boards, spelling games for elementary grades, teaching tools, learning rugs for K4 classes, dissection kits for high school, insect projects for kindergarten, field trip assistance, and more
The Calvary Parents Association Board
How You Can Help
The CPA’s largest fundraiser of the year is the Fall Festival, which will be Nov. 4, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It involves live entertainment, a bake sale, a vendor sale, festival food and games, and more. The board starts meeting in September to plan this November event, and could use help in multiple areas, from decorating to cooking and more! This year’s event will also commemorate the school’s 50th anniversary!
The CPA also plans an online auction, a March Madness Coin Drive, Teacher Appreciation, and other events throughout the year to raise money. Parents’ help with any or all of these events is always greatly appreciated.
Visit the Facebook page at facebook.com/calvaryparents association.
Join the board!
Current board members are always looking for engaged parents who are interested in helping the mission to enhance the classroom experience at Calvary. We are currently looking for a treasurer to start the 2023-2024 school year. If you are interested in joining the CPA board, please contact board president Adrienne Lowery at [email protected].
Buy gift cards, support Calvary!
Our SCRIP program offers you a chance to earn rewards toward your tuition, so it benefits YOU as well as Calvary Christian School. SCRIP is a service from which you buy gift cards and a percentage of each gift card comes back to you! Each participating retailer donates a percentage from 1 to 15 percent back on each gift card purchased.
To participate, log on to www.scripzone.com, click on new user, and set up an account. Our school ID code is 843650CCS. Now you are ready to place your order online. Choose to have your gift cards delivered to CCS to avoid shipping charges. You can also fill out an order form by clicking the link below and turning your order in to the front office.
You can also ask family and friends to participate. Everyone likes to keep gift cards on hand to use for birthdays, showers, anniversaries, etc. You can use them for groceries and gas, too! Anytime you want to purchase a gift card, use SCRIP so you get a percentage back to count toward your school tuition! You can also choose to have the percentage donated to the school.
Scan your receipts!
Calvary participates in the Box Tops for Education program. You can help by scanning your grocery receipts using the Box Tops app on your mobile device and directing your savings to Calvary Christian School. The program is phasing away from clipping physical box tops from products, so the best way to send your earnings to Calvary is by scanning your receipts within two weeks of purchase!
How Can You Participate?
- Make a purchase of qualifying school supplies at Office Depot or Office Max.
- Provide your school’s ID at
checkout (in store and online).
- Your designated school will receive 5 percent back in credits for FREE supplies!
It’s a small act that can make a huge difference.
Learn more here.
We are so appreciative of those who supported our efforts to raise money in 2019-2020 to fund new playground equipment, including this awesome new basketball court! A huge thank you to Mr. Huber and his engineering class, Brad Bosworth, Mr. Sammy Truett, and others for getting the hoops installed and the cement painted! The court opened to lots of happy children at the beginning of November 2020! Additional equipment was installed Summer 2021, including sod for a soccer field.
During the summer of 2021, we said goodbye to the attic above the lunchroom and watched as Bosworth Construction turned it into a science lab, two new classrooms, and a choir room! Thanks to the Capital Improvements Campaign that funded the project, we were able to accommodate student growth population by adding these spaces and a hallway of new lockers. Many high school classes now use these rooms, while junior high classes remain in the education building.