M 3/6 3-5 - Oratory rehearsal
W 3/8 3-5 Track Practice / Oratory rehearsal
Th 3/9 6:30 pm Oratory Program
F 3/10 3-4:30 Track practice
Please remember that parents should make arrangements for siblings/students not involved in these after-school activities, as the school is unable to provide care for younger siblings during these times.
Oratory Night: This Thursday, 630pm
Oratory night is at 630 on Thursday evening. All students are required to attend and should wear their formal uniform.
Students involved in both track and oratory on Wednesday should plan to attend track, and they will be pulled out for their rehearsal as needed.
Battle of the Books
Competition dates are as follows:
March 9: Ms. Wright's Class
March 10: Mrs. Marshall's, Mr. Smallwood's, and Mrs. McCleskey's Classes
If your child needs another copy of a book, please reach out to your child's teacher or Ms. Fisk. Books can be checked out through the school library or can be found at the local public libraries. Ms. Wendy at the Lockesburg Library has all of the competition books ready for checkout.
Well done to Ms. Gallagher's and Mrs. Teague's classes for doing so well in your competitions last week and for your excellent representation of the school!
The first track meet of the season is taking place on Saturday, March 11, We will need some parent chaperones to help keep our day running smoothly. Contact Dr. Lofton, Mr. Wright, or Mrs. Webb if you are able.
More details for the other meets are forthcoming.
Internet Safety Policy
As an organization aiming to honor Christ by following the moral standards described in the Bible, we take seriously our responsibility to protect our students and faculty from material encouraging sexual sin and from those who would intentionally harm them, to hold them accountable to those moral standards presented in the Bible, and to train them on biblical and organizational expectations for their behavior. Legacy Academy’s expectations are laid out in the “Teacher’s Code of Ethical Behavior” and the “Student Handbook.”
As such, Legacy Academy has updated its Internet Safety Policy which can be read here.
"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God."
Thankfulness is an incredibly powerful weapon that we have been given in our spiritual journey. The Apostle Paul commands us in all situations to be thankful, and he tells us that that is one way to overcome anxiety -- or discouragement, frustration, etc.
For example, when a circumstance does not turn out as you expect it, it is hard to stay mad at another when you are listing reasons why you are thankful for that person. The same is true with God, and we also have a multitude of reasons to be thankful, not least the very fact of Him dying for our sins.
We are so thankful for all that God has done in the journey of the school and in the hearts of individual students, and we will not forget that nor the blessings He has given us in our daily lives. The Lord is good, and may we always be thankful.