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Several weeks ago, our Grammar School students embarked on one of the most memorable journeys they have ever experienced.
Last spring, a tornado ripped through East Greensboro, leaving families without homes and children without schools. Greensboro Urban Ministries stepped in and provided food for the tornado victims, as well as continuing to assist others with tremendous ongoing needs such as those resulting from the recent hurricanes. As a result, the agency is faced with dwindling food supplies. Our Grammar School decided that helping Urban Ministries restock their shelves was a great way for Caldwell students to get involved and make a difference.
Yes, it would have been easy for parents to do the shopping and collect everything needed, but instead, our students were challenged to complete jobs around their homes in order to raise their own money and shop for canned goods themselves.
Participation in this food drive opened our students’ eyes to what sacrificial giving and service look like. They’re beginning to understand that they can make a difference right where they are and with the resources they have: their time, energy, and finances.
Way to go, Grammar School!
Our 8th Grade class volunteered at Dare to Share this week in downtown Greensboro. Dare to Share is a program that collects winter wear for our homeless and refugee neighbors right here in the Triad. Our students were excited to be able to help Dare to Share sort through the many hats, coats, blankets and scarves that were donated by various businesses and churches in our area. What a blessing for our students to actively be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community!
You and your family can enjoy carnival-style food and games. Buy tickets NOW to receive a discounted price of $5.50 per person. Children 3 and under are admitted free. Tickets will be available the day of the event at a cost of $10 per person, so be sure to order ahead.
Congratulations to Avery Belk, Caldwell 2018 graduate for her outstanding goal at this week’s Liberty University Women’s Soccer game! Avery Belk displayed Christian sportsmanship while at Caldwell and we are so pleased that she is continuing to pursue excellence on the fields at Liberty University. Go Eagles!
— LU Women's Soccer (@LibertyWSoccer) September 23, 2018
Caldwell senior volleyball player Kaitlyn Holbrook was featured on the Greensboro News and Record HSXtra.com interview this week! We are so proud of all she has accomplished as a Caldwell volleyball player.
Way to go Kaitlyn! #goeagles
Our hearts are deeply saddened by the recent and sudden loss of a Caldwell alumni parent, board member, and fellow laborer in Christ. Laura Holley had a contagiously joyful spirit and great love for the Lord. Her cheerful approach to any challenge, her love for others, and her enthusiasm for life left their mark here at Caldwell, in her church, and within the Greensboro Opera community. Laura leaves behind her husband David, two sons, Jonathan (CA 2015 graduate) and Joshua (CA 2018 graduate), her stepson Jordan, and many friends and family, including a sister, Caldwell 4th Grade teacher, Mrs. Rawlings.
Our school won’t be the same without her, but we are rejoicing that her faith is now sight!
Friday, August 17, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Haynes Lineberry Funeral Home
515 N. Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
Saturday, August 18, at 11:00 a.m.
Westover Church in the Worship Center
505 Muirs Chapel Road
Greensboro, NC 27410
Our Spanish Teacher, Mrs. Halsch, took 11 students with her to Pena Blanca, Honduras to serve the community (and practice their Spanish) by hosting a soccer camp, distributing Bibles, and helping to plant fields. We love that our students continue to learn and serve throughout the year!