The Rebel News

Our Rebel News is the best way to keep up with current activities, find out what our students are up to, and even hear directly from our Headmaster.

HISTORY

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in Junior High and High School | Comments Off on HISTORY

Hello, CA family! I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving break. This quarter has been very exciting! The 7th grade is learning about the cultures and government of South America, Central Latin America, and the Caribbean. The 8th grade is studying Greece, the Persian Empire, and Alexander the Great. The Freshmen are learning about Napoleon and his conquest to take over the world. The Sophomores are studying  the American Revolution and the Constitutional Convention. The Juniors are learning about the start of World War I. Finally, the...

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English

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in Junior High and High School | Comments Off on English

Hello Rebel Nation:  We are hard at work learning how to write an essay (10th, 11th, and 12th- 5 pages; 8th & 9th- 3 pages). This is an important skill to have when going to college, and your children are hard at work on their topics. We have also been learning grammar throughout this semester. Once we return from Christmas break, students will began on the literature portion of English. Thank you all so much for your support. Have a blessed day, and GO REBELS!!!!

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Life in First Grade

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in 1st Grade | Comments Off on Life in First Grade

Well, we helped Tom Turkey stay safe during Thanksgiving! I hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday. We have had a busy few weeks learning how things grow and change and learning about communities. I have seen each one of our students growing and changing into wonderful, caring individuals. Everyone is working very hard, and I am so proud of each of them. The upper grades will be presenting a Christmas program this year. We are excited to see what surprises they have in store. Brandon was our top AR reader in October. It’s another tight...

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Kindergarten News

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in Kindergarten | Comments Off on Kindergarten News

In November we have been busy learning about everything fall. We have learned about the parts of a plant and the life cycle of plants. We have read stories about how animals prepare for winter. We read books about the first Thanksgiving and even watched a movie about the first settlers. On November 10th the students participated in the Veterans’ Day Program by performing the Pledge of Allegiance and singing patriotic songs. Amid all these activities we also learned more about reading and math, patterns, how leaves change colors, baby animals...

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Girls Basketball

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in Athletics | Comments Off on Girls Basketball

Well, the season is finally underway! Both girls teams have already played in tournaments in early November and during Thanksgiving. We are excited to begin play at home this week. We will play Evangel from Alabaster, then be traveling to Edgewood and Coosa Valley next week. We are all excited about the season and look forward seeing you all at the games. Coach Brandi Fuller

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Physical Education

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in Physical Education | Comments Off on Physical Education

It is the time of the year when the students are challenged with the aspect of a sport education program. In sports education the students are presented a new sport. The students are split up into teams and each student is assigned a role on their team. Roles are chosen among the team making sure everyone has a job to do. The roles include team captain, assistant captain, fitness leader, and even referees. Sports education allows the students to be more autonomous during their P.E. time. Every student must perform their job or points will be...

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Second Grade News

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in 2nd Grade | Comments Off on Second Grade News

Abigail, Sydney, Ty H., Haley, William, and Eben earned 10 or more AR points this month and will share their special reward with the third graders who have also earned 10 or more AR points! Everyone did a wonderful job of disguising his/her turkey. Our bulletin board was completely covered with all the turkeys that made it safely through Thanksgiving! We have read several of “Aesop’s Fables” this year, so the children are going to act out some of their own versions this week. We’re looking forward to shopping at the...

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Sixth Grade News

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in 6th Grade | Comments Off on Sixth Grade News

The sixth graders have enjoyed participating in the Veterans’ Day Program, and we look forward to our field trip to the Merry-Go-Round on Friday, December 8th. We continue to work to improve our reading, grammar and writing skills, through various opportunities to read and compose pieces of writing in different genres. We have recently started The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe novel unit, and we’re enjoying our small and large group discussions.

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Algebra II

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in 11th Grade | Comments Off on Algebra II

The juniors just finished a chapter on systems of linear equations and inequalities.  They learned four ways to solve a system of equations: graphing, substitution, elimination, and Cramer’s Rule.  They are now working on a chapter that covers laws of exponents, factoring, and multiplying and dividing polynomials.

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Third Grade News

Posted by on Nov 28, 2017 in 3rd Grade | Comments Off on Third Grade News

Wow, I can’t believe November is over. I hope everyone had a great fall break and a Happy Thanksgiving. Farms, Veterans, and turkeys were our words for November. We enjoyed a trip to Slay’s Farm on the 1st. The kids loved the hayride to learn about forestry, fisheries, and cattle. Then, they were able to see a house from 1930 and learned that life was hard working in those times. I think it help them appreciate what they have now. The kids also disguised Tom the Turkey so he wouldn’t be eaten. I must say, this year was one...

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