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FHCS Weekly Newsletter March 16, 2018
FHCS Apparel Team Spirit Wear Online Store Now Open
The FHCS team spirit wear apparel online store is open through GTM now through Sunday, April 8, 11:59pm. Click on the link below, create your own login and order online your FHCS T-shirts, polos, hoodies, zippered hoodies and hats with the FHCS embroidered logo. It's a great way to promote FHCS through school spirit wear. After the store closes, then all orders will go to production and be delivered to the school for individual pick-up by May 1. Just in time for Green Walk! Go Warriors!
FHCS Team Store Spirit Wear
Horizon’s Edge and director Erin Pittenger have announced that they will once again run a summer
program using FHCS facilities. The program, for children who are in kindergarten through 6th grade
this school year, will be held for the months of June and July. See the flyer accompanying this
week’s bulletin for more information. This will be the second year the program has been held at FHCS.
Cair Paravel Fine Arts Festival
Congratulations to our grade 5-8 students on a great day on Thursday at the Fine Arts Festival. The following students received 1’s (Superior) ratings:
Cheyenne Crow (5th) Photography & Piano Solo
Michaela Crow (8th) Flute Solo, On Site Drawing, Painting & Photography
Ann Hess (9th) Monochromatic
Bohden Hess (5th) On Site Drawing
Mahaila Hickman (8th) On Site Drawing
Linville, Lily, (10th) Oboe
Kendal Vandorn (5th) On Site Drawing & Flute Solo
Also, the 7th-12th Brass and Woodwind/Strings Ensembles both received 1's!
Overall our students received 15 1’s (Superior), 26 2’s (Excellent), 22 3’s (Average) and 2 4's. Congratulations to Mr. Carter (music), Mrs. Lacey Dunn (art) and Mrs. Linville (photography) on helping our students prepare.
1 Night Music Circus
Get ready for a fun-filled evening of Christian family entertainment coming Friday, April 13, 2018 to KSU McCain Auditorium. Edward Jones - D.C. Hackerott presents 1 Night Music Circus featuring 2 time Grammy nominated Sanctus Real, Juno Award winning Manic Drive and California’s YouTube star V. Rose with a special DJ appearance by SPEC. Doors open by 5:30 PM and the show starts at 7:00 PM. Tickets are available now through the McCain box office and online at http://www.k-state.edu/mccain/tickets/.
The event combines community outreach, worship and fundraising into a single event to promote Flint Hills Christian School. The evening will require several volunteers and a sign-up program will be available soon. Please consider giving a few hours of your time to support this event.
We also want to thank many sponsors for making this event possible. Edward Jones - D.C. Hackerott, New Century Bank, Sparrow Specialty Coffee, Howie’s Recycling & Trash Service, KHCA Angel 95 FM, KJIL Radio, Baan Thai and the Christian Motorcyclists Association - Gospel Circuit Riders #714.
From their press release; Shawn Cavallo, Founder of “1 Night Music Circus” had the concept of creating an event that would appeal to all ages and unify families for 1 night. “There’s a desperate need for variety in Christian music” explains Shawn “with most events only catering to fans of one specific musical style, we wanted to create 1 night where teens, parents, and children can all get together and have 1 thing in common. Mixing rock, pop, worship, and easy listening music might seem like a bit of a circus, but at the end of the night, we want to offer something that everyone who attends can enjoy”. With this spring’s line up, the tour boast an impressive combined set list of 9 Billboard charting #1 hits, and 25 Billboard “top 20” radio singles. The tour is impressive on the technical side as well, with professional sound, lights, and a 24 foot LED video wall provided at each date.
There will be more information available as we get closer to the event, however you can learn more about the Tour at www.1nightmusiccircus.com or view a promotional video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q95VzUZj1n0.
Thank you to the Dillon family for donating three new flags. The wind and weather of Kansas had taken their toll and left them in need of replacement. We very much appreciate the Dillon keeping all of our flags flying proudly and respectfully as they should!