Today in Junior High:
Junior High Announcements:
Wild About Warriors is set for Saturday, March 9 from 3-6 p.m. The annual fund-raising event will have activities for all ages, including a laser tag arena, gaming truck, Kanakuk stations, carnival games, food concessions, a DJ, petting zoo, Fine Arts performances, a silent auction and more. Many of the games and activities at Wild about Warriors are free; however, armbands are available for $10 each, which will give students access t5o laser tag, the video game truck, and more activities at the indoor facility. High school students who are willing to volunteer to work a booth at the festival will receive a free armband to enjoy during the second half of the event. Contact Mr. Salman to sign up to volunteer. Click here (wild about warriors) for more information or contact Megan Garrison, PTF president, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior High Advisory groups will be competing in "Movie in a Minute" during APP over the next few weeks. Eighth graders will complete on Feb. 25, and seventh graders will compete on March 4. Students take a well-known movie and compress it down to a one-minute skit. An ice cream sundae party will be awarded to the top boy and girl groups in each grade division.
The Junior High Chess Club meets every Friday during APP in room 608 (Mr. DiVito’s room) and is open to all Junior High students of any level of skill or experience. Mr. DiVito says that he often spends the time teaching students the basic rules of chess and invites all to come and give it a try.
LRCA is currently under construction, awaiting the arrival of the newest addition to campus, the Warrior Arena. The original sidewalk to Warrior Hall was pulled up over the Presidents Day break and is blocked off with a gate surrounding the entire construction site. The arena is scheduled to be opened late December, with classrooms opening for J-Term 2020. For any additional questions concerning the construction, you can email Dr. Arnold at email@example.com
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The Warrior Arena is set to open late 2019.
Little Rock Christian Academy won the 2018 5A Arkansas State Football Championship and additional individual awards.
Read Dr. Arnold's February update.
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As a part of the “Back to School” week, Dr. Andrea Ramirez, Director of the Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives (CFOI), visited faith-driven institutions and mission-minded organizations practicing innovative approaches to student driven education. Read about Dr. Ramirez's visit to the LRCA here. #RethinkSchool
Back to School means a new year and a new school year theme. Read Dr. Arnold's letter and announcement of this year's theme. #webelieve
The latest issue of THE WARRIOR magazine is now ready for you! From a senior spotlight to news on the smallest of Warriors, review the spring milestones, news, and achievements at Little Rock Christian Academy
"Run to the name of the Lord...Run with horses" - our figure of speech for advancing the mission this year. Can you sense it among the students? Can you see it on campus? Can you hear it among the citizens of Warriorville? It's quite palpable. Making the turn into the final leg of '17-18, I'm eager to update you on three highlights...
Walking the streets of Portland, Oregon last summer, my eyes locked onto a storefront sign that read, “You did not wake up to be mediocre.” Ironically, it was a mediocre sign in an unexceptional, run- of-the-mill, second-rate, middling storefront. Nonetheless, the message of the faded sign was true. I did not wake up to be mediocre today. Neither did you.