Knightly News

Knightly News

Re-Enrollment for 1st-6th graders has been extended until TOMORROW. Make sure you go online to re-enroll your child today. 

Read Across America Day is Friday, March 1. This national holiday is in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday and schools across the country will be celebrating reading. Students will be allowed to wear comfy clothes (pajamas are permitted) and bring a pillow, blanket, and a stuffed animal. Students should bring 1-2 books from home to read throughout the day.

Help us SPREAD THE WORD! We have just a few more spots available in Preschool, PreK, and Kindergarten. Tell your friends about Covenant and let’s get those spots filled!

BoxTops: So far we have a tight race for the top three classes trying to earn those uniform passes! Remember: The contest concludes on February 26.
Current Standings:
Tapscott – 100               Roberts – 50
Goodman – 87               Dunn – 39
Restrepo – 75                 Michell – 36
Scheimann – 75             Madrigal – 25
Robertson – 75

THANK YOU: A huge “glowing” thank you to Ryan Rygmyr, Ondee Whitman, and the many volunteers who made this year’s family dance such a wonderful success. Your time, effort, and hard work created a memory making event for our school community. An amazing time was had by all!

Knight to Shine is 10 Days away! If you have not bought your tickets, NOW is the time!

FAQS:Where is it? 
Clementine Hall on Charlotte (near 46th). It is an old church that was rehabbed and is beautiful!
Is there parking?
We would recommend taking an Uber or Lyft but there IS ample parking at Richland Park library right across the street. 
What do I wear?
Step down from cocktail attire — whatever you’d wear for a date night out in the city! “Nice jeans” are fine!
What should I expect?
A silent auction with passed hors d’oeuvres, wine and beer (and bubbly while it lasts) followed by dinner with a live auction that is so much fun!

Sign up for Summer Camps

Mrs. Dupree’s Summer Art Camp is inspired by the Frist exhibit Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism. Campers will be studying and creating some projects based on the show as well as some Mexican folk art. They will use clay, paper mache,  printmaking, acrylic paint, as well as other fun mediums. On the morning of June 14, we will be traveling to the Frist Center to see the exhibit for ourselves. The art show will be on Friday afternoon to conclude our week of art.
Grab your flashlight and gather around the campfire for a week full of fun with Mrs. Madrigal and Coach Myrick! Campers will have adventures through literature, arts and crafts, dramatic play, games, cooking and singing over the campfire. We hope you join us because camper’s have S’more fun!