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“Why We Do What We Do Here at CCA” by Miss Joy Chambers

Why we do what we do here at CCA by Miss Joy Chambers Claremont Christian Academy exists for the purpose of glorifying God by: Creating a Christ-centered education. Challenging students to reach their highest potential. Assisting parents to fulfill their biblical call. Source:  http://claremontchristianacademy.com/our-mission/ On Sunday, May 22, 2016, I along with a number of Read More…

Quick Check Cards (a DIY game)

Attention parents and fellow teachers! Here is a quick and easy way to review content areas with your children and students.   By Mrs. Cindy Haynes, Grade 4 Teacher   QUICK CHECK CARDS (a DIY game) Jot down questions for any subject on 1/2 of color-coded 3X5 index cards (yellow for math, green for history, Read More…

QUICK CHECK CARDS (a DIY game)

Attention parents and fellow teachers! Here is a quick and easy way to review content areas with your children and students.   By Mrs. Cindy Haynes, Grade 4 Teacher   QUICK CHECK CARDS (a DIY game) Jot down questions for any subject on 1/2 of color-coded 3X5 index cards (yellow for math, green for history, Read More…

Cultural Cuisine by Mrs. Yerania Nilges

This year for our Cultural Cuisine class we had a lot of fun adding to our kitchen, new international dishes.   It is important to remember that cooking is very extensive, is not about American food or Korean, Mexican etc. but it is about learning what you put on your table, where the foods came from and is it healthy? Read More…

Currently in 4th Grade by Mrs. Cindy Haynes

CURRENTLY In 4th grade, we are … memorizing the armor of God, Eph. 6:12-18… reading aloud “Enemy in the Fort” by Sarah Masters Buckey … loving the mild winter and gorgeous spring weather God has provided for us… thinking about choosing a book for our last book report and planning a diorama for it… wanting Read More…

“On Any Given Day in First Grade” By Mrs. Karen McGhee

On Any Given Day in First Grade Huge strides are made in first grade at CCA.  Students move from identifying the basic tools to using them in practical ways. From letters to words, from numbers to equations, students move at a fast clip as they acquire new skills.  In approaching the curriculum, I apply two rules: Read More…

“Next School Year is on the Horizon!” by COL (R) Mark Pomeroy, Interim Director

“Next School Year is on the Horizon!”   Wow!  I don’t know about you, but for me, this school year is really flying by.  I’m not sure whether that is because this winter has been so mild, or because of all of the exciting things happening at Claremont Christian Academy (CCA).  In any case, spring Read More…

“Changing Things up” by Mr. Tim Bonesteel

Changing Things Up. As a project in our math class we were making graphs, specifically circle graphs, so I gave each student a little bag with a various amount of M&M’s in them, and they had to count how many they got and write it on the board, and once all data was collected they Read More…

Mt. Sunapee Ski and Snowboard Program! by Mrs. Cindy Haynes

 We have had no shortage of students (23) skiing and riding this season, but the snowfall amounts have been severely lacking (only 8″ in NH this month)! We had to start lessons later than planned (Jan. 11th instead of the 4th) and therefore we will also finish later (Feb. 29th). Please join us in praying Read More…

Seeing Light Bulbs Click by Mr. Tim Bonesteel

It’s hard to believe that we have been in school for a half the year already, and we’re moving forward. One of my favorite things as a teacher is seeing the progress of the students over the course of the year, and seeing those light bulbs click on when understanding has been reached.   In Read More…

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