Author Archives: Angie Bates

Little Missionaries Sharing the Message of Love by Mrs. Terry Dunning

Little Missionaries Sharing the Message of Love “Children are an heritage of the Lord.”  Psalm 127:3  What a blessing these children are!  We have the privilege of visiting with the residents at the Cedarhill Assisted Living Facility in Ascutney, VT every third Tuesday of the month.  We call these residents our “Adopted Grandparents”.  Each child Read More…

Mise en Scène by Miss Tori Bates

A CCA graduate, Miss Tori Bates is teaching a Film Appreciation Class this year at CCA! My film appreciation students are learning about the different aspects of film this year. Last class we learned about Mise en Scène, which is everything that appears within the frame of the lens. This includes lighting, characters, furniture, props, Read More…

“Rocky” in 3-4th Grade and “Lots of Energy” in 5-6th Grade Science by Miss Hannah Nilsen

It has been a rocky month in 3rd and 4th grade Science. The students have been learning all about rocks. They learned how to describe them, how they are made, and what we do with them. It was lots of fun. I always love this chapter, because students are constantly adding to their own learning Read More…

Art With A Purpose! by Mrs. Julie Strong, Elementary Art Teacher

Wow what a busy start to the art class school year!   September was discovering great artists month. K-4 through sixth grade studied many Italian Artists.Giotto learning about egg paint. Ghiberti designing church doors with cardboard with tin foil.Giovanni Angelico silver leaf with tinfoil and paint.Botticelli drawing in a round circle. October was Art With A Purpose Read More…

4th Grade Happenings! by Mrs. Cindy Haynes

4th Grade Happenings! Welcome to November!  Here’s an acrostic of things we are thankful for in  fourth grade at CCA!  For what are you giving thanks?   N – NOTEBOOKS: Our collection of countries is growing as we have studied North America, South America and now Europe in Spelling Around the World.  This week, we Read More…

“Britain, I’m Breaking Up With You” by Miss Joy Chambers

Britain, I’m Breaking Up With You   In my US History class (11th and 12th grade), each of the students read the Declaration of Independence and then were challenged with the task of writing a more modern day letter that included the same ideas and issues of the Declaration of Independence but in the style Read More…