NOTICE: Items in the Uniform Policy are currently being re-evaluated. We recommend holding off on buying new items until more information is available. Please check the March 29th Newsletter for an update. Thank you!
Let’s Go RBA!
Congratulations to all six of The Roger Bacon Academy cheer teams for placing in the top five of their divisions at The Quest National Championship! The competition was held March 10-11 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World in Orlando, Fla.
RBA athletes and coaches continue to make us proud and always put RBA values into their practice. While growing each year, the RBA cheer teams show what it means to have true character and dedication beyond CS-America’s campuses.
Great job to all athletes and coaches! Check out pictures from their weekend in Orlando at the link below.
Kindergarten Masters the Alphabet
Throughout this school year, kindergarteners have met the Letterland characters and learned each letter’s correct sound, shape, and spelling. Using Letterland songs and strategies, kindergarten students have now covered all 44 sounds in the English language and their major recurring spelling patterns.
To celebrate, kindergarten students put on the annual Letterland Parade. Dressed as their favorite Letterland characters, they marched through campus to celebrate mastering the alphabet while being cheered on by the rest of the elementary school!
Following the parade, students who have met the goal of being a fluent reader participated in the “I Can Read” ceremony. These readers were awarded a certificate and read a story to all in attendance.
Way to go kindergartners!
CCS-Southport will celebrate later this year!
CCS-Whiteville Beta Club
The CCS-Whiteville Beta Club had another outstanding performance at the North Carolina Junior Beta Convention in January. Here are the categories won:
The mission of the Beta Club is to promote academic achievement, character, service, and leadership. At State and Nationals Conventions, Beta Clubs compete in various events that relate to classes at CCS-America.
Congratulations to Ms. Allen and all who competed!