Elementary Art, Music, P.E. & Technology


Anchored in Christ 2014-15

September 16, 2014

We are starting off the year being “Anchored In Christ” and teaching the kids how using Jesus as their anchor will allow them to not “drift” away from serving Him. Our elementary chapel that meets every Tuesday morning has monthly themes with guest speakers, worship music and monthly puppet skits.  In specials classes we are pleased to welcome our new elementary Music teacher, Mr. David Floyd.  Mr. Floyd is a gifted musician with a heart for the Lord and we are privileged to have him at our school. Returning this year to SRCS are Mrs. Amy Waggoner (P.E.), Mrs. Tiffany Hull (Technology), and Mrs. Robin Dent (Art).  New this year we also have Mr. Curt Sanders teaching song flute to our 4th grade students in preparation for band class in the upper grades.

As we look forward to our 2014-15 school year, our staff is excited about the opportunities that we have with the elementary students at SRCS. We offer a multitude of after-school supplemental activities in the “specials” areas such as Team 413 running club, Elementary Chorus, Art Quest, Lego-Robotics and private instrumental music lessons.  In the Fall, students are also offered an after-school opportunity to be involved in team sports through Patriot League football and cheerleading. Students also attend each special class once a week during the regular school day.

Please email any of the specials teachers if you have any concern or question about our curriculum and special programs. We love being “Anchored in Christ” this year, and it is our pleasure to serve the families at Strong Rock!

Robin Dent – Elementary Art – rdent@strong-rock.com

Tiffany Hull – Elementary Technology – thull@strong-rock.com

Amy Waggoner – Elementary PE – awaggoner@strong-rock.com

David Floyd – Elementary Music (PK3-3rd & Chorus) – dfloyd@strong-rock.com

Curt Sanders – 4th Grade Song Flute – csanders@strong-rock.com



The Good Samaritan

The story of the Good Samaritan as told by our puppet team in elementary chapel.

Skit written by Curt Sanders.


Our PreK 3 shares a special song with us in chapel. What a blessing!!


Upcoming dates to remember:

May 24: Graduation

May 26: Memorial Day-No school

May 27-Uniform resale, 7:30-3:30

May 28-Uniform resale, 7:30-2:30

May 29-Uniform resale, 7:30-3:30

May 30-Uniform resale, 7:30-11:30

May 30-Last day of school/Half Day





Our challenge for you today is to be the FIRST to go to another to ask for their forgiveness of offer your forgiveness.

“Forgiveness…the prisoner that it really frees is you.”

Forgiveness, Matthew West

Mark your calendar for these special dates for MAY:

1: National Day of Prayer

1,2,3: Music Man Productions

6: Elementary Chorus Program

9: Elementary Field Day

26: Memorial Day-No School

30: Last Day of School

A Challenge for You

We have learned about the importance of forgiveness during the month of March!

Everyone needs to be forgiven, even me.

When you don’t forgive, you miss out.

Since God forgave you, you should forgive others.

April starts us off with the study of Humility-Putting others first by giving up what you think you deserve. That is a challenge we can all take on! Be on the lookout today for opportunities you can serve others and show the love of Christ!


Thanks, Mrs. Danielle, for your time with us to worship and share this morning! Being reminded of the one who displayed humility best-JESUS!




You will miss out on many things if you don’t offer forgiveness or ask for forgiveness.

Mark Your Calendar

Wednesday, March 12: 2nd Cup of Coffee, Cafeteria

Wednesday, March 12: Blood Drive, 8:00 – 2:00

Wednesday, March 12: Cherry Berry Spirit Night, 2:00 – 9:00

Friday, March 14: Jeans Day~$2.00 (This money will go to the Nicaragua mission team to buy cement stoves for the local women to use for cooking.)

Tuesday, March 18: Donuts with Dads, 7:00, Cafeteria

Thursday, March 20: Truett’s Spirit Night, Spin the Wheel, 3:30 – 8:00

April 7-11: Spring Break

Friday, April 14:  GOOD FRIDAY, No School

Gold For God

The puppets made a special appearance in chapel. Through their message we were reminded that Jesus is the Ultimate Gold Medal winner, and we can be Gold for God if we follow His commands!

“Faith is being sure of what we hope for. It is being certain of what we do not see.”

Hebrews 11:1

Mrs. Miller demonstrates the way we are molded by our relationship with Christ through prayer and the reading of His Word. Once we lose sight, our life gets a little out of control. Keeping the faith and following Him should be priority, and we should be intentional in our walk with our Almighty God!

Upcoming Events:

  • Friday, March 7–Denim & Diamonds Dinner & Auction, 6:00
  • Monday, March 10– Shane’s Spirit Night
  • Wednesday, March 12: -2nd Graders perform Seussical at 2nd Cup of Coffee, 8:15
  • Wednesday, March 12–SRCS Blood Drive, 8am-2pm
  • Wednesday, March 12–Cherry Berry Spirit Night, 2-9pm
  • Tuesday, March 18–Donuts with Dads, 7:15am; SRCS Cafeteria


We always enjoy a visit from the puppets!

Faith is being sure of what we hope for. It is being certain of what we do not see. Hebrews 11:1

Mr. Daryl demonstrated a testing of faith, reminding us to put our trust in our AMAZING GOD!

Please be in prayer for our mission team that is traveling to India for the next fourteen days.

Upcoming events:

  • Saturday, Feb. 8: Daddy & Daughter Dance
  • Monday, Feb. 10: Shane’s Spirit Night
  • Wednesday, Feb. 12:
    • 8:15am: Second Cup of Coffee 8:15
    • 2pm – 9pm: Cherry Berry Spirit Night
    • Talent Show Auditions
    • SRCS Blood Drive 8am-2pm
  • Friday, Feb. 14:
    • ½ day of school
    • Early Bird Special for Tuition Raffle Ends
  • Feb. 17-21: Winter Break: No School
  • Thursday, Feb. 20, (spin the wheel 3-8pm): Truett’s Spirit Night
  • Friday, Feb. 28: Patriot Preview Talent Show
  • Friday, March 7, 6pm: Denim & Diamonds Dinner & Auction