Welcome From Our Head Of Schools

Dr Matt Isenberg

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Head of Schools

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September Letter 2022

Dear CCS Parents, Students, and Families,

As we say goodbye to August and hello to the beginning of the Fall season,

I am pleased to share with you that we have had a successful first month of

school at CCS! I want to thank each of you parents, students, and our

fantastic faculty and staff for a smooth start. Our classes are fully

engaged in instruction and teachers and students have settled into their

pace and flow. We have had a dynamic kickoff to our athletic seasons with

some great wins from our girls volleyball teams and a first Friday “Knight”

Lights victory last week from our varsity football team, along with our

cheer team and inaugural marching band and color guard. Most importantly,

our primary mission of developing Christian leaders is off to a strong

start with meaningful chapels, plans for student mission work, and other

great opportunities for spiritual growth.

We have also celebrated some great fundraising events this month that have

culminated with last week’s EE book fair and this week’s Boosterthon! And

on Boosterthon, we are so close to our goal! Please help us get there with

our Labor Day Weekend push to close out a great effort! Please know that on

behalf of CCS and our church and school communities, I want to sincerely

thank each of you for your continued support with our fundraising efforts.

We are committed to being good stewards of the money we raise to improve

and enhance student learning, activities, and resources. On the note of

stewardship, I will be reaching out to you later with a great way to join

us in partnership with the Arete Scholars organization to turn tax credits

into support for our students! More to come on this, but we are really

excited about this opportunity to meaningfully grow and expand our student

body!

A final note of thanks – last week we had a great 1st round of “Coffee and

Conversation” events in which we met with parents from Early Education,

Elementary, and Middle/High over the course of 3 days. Thanks to all who

came out and thanks as well for the insightful feedback on where we are on

target as a school and what it would look like to go to the next level

across our campus. We will be having more events like this periodically,

and at different times – we hope to see you again!

In terms of the month ahead, I want to draw attention to a few dates and

events for September…

Don’t forget that this Monday, September 5, is Labor Day and school will

be closed. Likewise, we will have Fall Break between September 19-23 and

will also be closed.

Eat More Chicken with us and support our students at our Chick Fil A

Spirit Night on September 13! All receipts turned in from Truitt’s on

Jonesboro Rd. will benefit CCS…

…and…if you’re a CCS Elementary family after you’ve gotten your Chick

Fil A dinner please plan to attend our Elementary Curriculum night!

Calling all Grandparents! Grandparents Day at CCS will be celebrated on

September 16. We will be sending out information on parking and events

soon. Also, Community Bible Church will be starting a small group

specifically for Grandparents to share experiences and support each other

beginning on September 25!

Get your Ice Cream fix and support CCS at the same time with our Scoops

Spirit Night on September 27!

Finally, if you are looking for a church home, we’d love to see you on

Sunday at Community!

Sincerely,

Matt