Go Big Blue
For years, a blue door separated the elementary school from the secondary school. Sixth graders would look with anticipation towards the day when they would pass through the blue door to the other side. The blue door symbolized a rite of passage, a sign of growing up, and more increased liberty. While the door is no longer painted blue, becoming a secondary student still holds great excitement. Last week, the secondary administration hosted the tenth annual “Go Big Blue—Secondary Orientation.” Students and parents visited each seventh grade classroom and heard from administration and current seventh graders on the upcoming opportunities of a secondary student. From opening lockers to meeting their senior buddies, our new seventh graders enjoyed a wonderful afternoon together.
The event is supported by our parents and PURPOSE. Monies are provided by PURPOSE for the event. Sixth grade parents help decorate the cafeteria and organize the food. CHA is extremely blessed to have such supportive parents who give of their time, resources, and talents in a variety of ways. Parent involvement has long been recognized as an indicator of increased student achievement. Our mission at CHA is to support their home and the church in building a solid foundation in the life of each student. We are blessed to partner with you in your student’s education.
As the school year draws to a close, please come out and support our golf, tennis, baseball, and soccer teams as they play in the state tournaments. Let’s “Go Big Blue!”