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K-2

Bible

Kindergarten and First Grade begin each day with Bible using the "What’s In the Bible with Buck Denver" curriculum, which is a video resource combined with Bible reading, discussion and prayer each morning.

 

This comprehensive program takes children from the beginning to the end of the Bible in one year with so many fun songs, skits, illustrations and even some mini apologetics lessons!   Second grade uses the Positive Action Bible curriculum as they begin an in depth study of Exodus and God’s promises.

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Science

 

 

 

 

We use Purposeful Design a challenging Christian Science curriculum along with Mystery of Science which is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards. 

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Math

 

We believe that education in the formative years of Kindergarten through 2nd grade should be foundational, building a strong fundamental understanding of the domains of math and science.

 

For this reason we use ABeka math a christian math curriculum that keeps are students on target with national math standards as well as giving them a solid start in mathematics.

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Social Studies/History

 

 

Kindergarten uses Bede’s History of Me and Bede's history of U.S.  as an introduction to history and and civics. 

 

Social studies/civics and world history are introduced in grades 1 and 2 using a combination of Purposeful Design and The Story of the World.

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Reading

 

We also use ABEka for reading, phonics, spelling and writing in grades K-2.  This curriculum teaches the fundamentals of how to read ensuring that our students become successful and avid readers. 

 

We also introduce cursive writing in Kindergarten and continue cursive instruction through second grade.  Cursive writing is critical to fine motor development, but also encourages reading fluency.

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Physical Education

 

 

 

 

 

P.E. is offered once a week and covers a multitude of games, sports, and calisthenics.

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Art, Spanish, drama and music are all taught by specials teachers using a variety of methods, curriculums, activities and games.

 

The love and appreciation of the arts is embraced, encouraged and always presented with elements of fun and adventure.