Here's the basketball schedule for the week:
PEE WEE: Monday 1/10 HOME v. Dierks @ 5:00pm 5/6G, 3/4G, 3/4B, 5/6G, 5/6B (All players should be there by 430pm)
Tuesday 1/11 HOME v. Garrett Memorial @ 4:30pm JG, JB, SG, SB (FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT so all Home fans will enjoy free admittance. Rally the crew and come cheer on the Warriors!)
Friday 1/14 AWAY v. Gospel Light (Hot Springs) @ 5:30pm JB, SG, SB
We hope to see y'all coming out and cheering on our Warriors, Lady Warriors and our Lil Warriors!
Student Report Cards were sent home with students on Friday. Please ask your child about them if you did not receive yours. If you have questions regarding the report cards, please contact their class teacher directly. If you did not receive your student's report card or have general questions please call the office at 870.246.8842.
As a reminder, parents receive report cards at the end of each quarter and full student profiles are written twice a year, at the end of the first and fourth quarters.
Legacy Academy would like to extend a warm welcome to Mrs. Revels, our newest Pre-K teacher. Mrs. Revels is a Lockesburg native, who has just moved back from Mount Pleasant, where she worked at the First Baptist Church's daycare and pre-k program. We are thankful to have her here with us.
School Closed - Monday, January 17th
Legacy Academy will be closed next Monday (1/17) in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr Day. There will be no school, although we do have home basketball games in the afternoon. Beginning at 4:30 we have games against Eagletown, OK - 5/6G, 5/6B, JG, JB.
As a reminder, parents are encouraged to closely read the student handbook, which can be found HERE on the website. While all parents have already signed that they have read and agree to honor and follow the handbook at the time of enrollment, a new semester is a good time to refresh yourself with the school's rules, policies, and standards. It is also very helpful when you review these things with your students. If a student feels like their parents don't expect them to truly honor a rule, it creates unnecessary tension and stresses between teachers and students and creates a wrong mindset in young people. It is important that they understand that even if we don't like a rule, as honorable people--we refuse to be lawless and will live inside the boundaries established. The ability to submit the human will with honor and a good attitude is lacking in the world today but this Biblical principle (Hebrews 13:17) will serve our students well. As they learn to submit to their parents, teachers, school, and others it will build a foundation where they can also submit to future employers and in other places where that is required of them. Most importantly, it trains their hearts to submit to God--even when God's will is contrary to what their own human preferences.