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Sioux City, IA, 51106
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Mr. Steven Peters
Next to becoming a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ, choosing which school our children attend is one of the most important decisions we will ever make. As a matter of fact, school choice directly impacts and strongly influences whether students grow closer to or fall further away from the Lord. In Scripture we read, “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it” (Proverbs 22:6). With this in mind, Siouxland Community Christian School (non-denominational, parent led board, comprehensive Pre-K-12) provides a distinctively Christian education through the lens of a solidly biblical worldview, setting the stage for success academically, athletically, musically, artistically, and spiritually. We offer small class sizes, which result in greater participation and learning opportunities, as well as allowing the Eagle family (representing 36 different churches) to be nurtured, close knit, and encouraged to express active faith both on and off campus. We pray you find the information on this web-site helpful and encourage you to seek God’s will in the next step toward partnering with Siouxland Community Christian School to raise godly children by providing academic excellence in a Christ-honoring environment.
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It is an honor to recognize Rachel Pirrie for being the top student in her eighth grade class. This might infer that she is not an improving student, but quite to the contrary, I have witnessed her grow academically, athletically, musically, personally, and spiritually during my time at Siouxland Community Christian School.
In a very strong eighth grade class, Rachel has still managed to stand out from the crowd. She tests at the advanced level and earned an A+ in every class during the first semester. Athletically, she has become a very good volleyball player while also earning second chair in our combined junior high/high school band for her abilities with the flute.
Personally, Rachel is a friend to everyone. She realizes that she embodies the image of God and treats others made in this same image in a loving, caring, and encouraging manner. Rachel is involved in youth group at Central Baptist Church and always contributes to Bible classes and group chapel.
Rachel Pirrie is a definite model for the type of student we hope to assist parents in raising at Siouxland Community Christian School. She is a godly, intelligent, well rounded (athlete and musician), and hard-working young woman. She will surely do great things in high school and beyond.
During the last quarter, our 5th – 8th grade students participated in an essay contest sponsored by the American Red Cross. The topic of the essay contest was “Heroes of the Heartland”. Winners were selected at three levels (grades 3-5, grades 6-8, and grades 9-12) by neutral judges, with anywhere from 50-100 essays submitted at each level.
Siouxland Community Christian School is proud to announce that the winners from two of the three categories are Eagles!! Fifth grader Lydia Watkins earned recognition for the best essay in the 3rd – 5th grade category for a most excellent paper on her friend and classmate, Meghan Mrla. Eighth grader Mikellie Grant was recognized as the top writer for the 6th-8th grade category, penning a beautiful paper about her English and Bible teacher, Ms. Emily Wuestewald.
Both girls will be formally recognized at a banquet to be held at the Marina Inn in South Sioux on Thursday, March 26th. Please join us in congratulating them not only on their skilled writing, but rejoicing at the hearts that poured out such beautiful words. Indeed, they surely brought forth the good stored in their hearts (Luke 6:45). Similarly, many thanks go to teacher Ms. Emily Wuestewald and fifth grader Megan Mrla for loving and impacting people in a way that is tangible and celebrated. Way to go Lydia, Mikellie, Ms. Wuestewald, and Megan.
Steve Peters, Superintendent
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School Play 7PM
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