The new school years starts 17 August - register now!
After an interesting close to the 2019-2020 school year, everyone at Parkview Christian School is looking forward to a fresh start in the fall. Students, teachers, and staff can't wait until the classrooms are thronging with the sound of kids making friends, learning new things, and hearing about the Bible.
While PCS usually matches the calendar of Eufaula City Schools, our school board has decided to begin the year three days earlier on 17 August. Keep an eye on our calendar (updated 13 Aug) for details on other significant dates. Registration is currently open, but some classes are full. Register your child today!
PCS will also begin the school year with a new fourth-grade teacher, Mrs. Sandi Merrill. Last year's teacher in that grade, Mrs. Sandi Sims, will be retiring from teaching but staying with the school as our part-time librarian.
Kindergarten also has a new teacher - Mrs. Ronda Ware. She has many years of experience teaching pre-K and kindergarten, and recently retired from the Lakeside School as their kindergarten director. Our K2 class has a new teacher as well - Ms. Britney Davis. Also joining the pre-school department as an aide is Mrs. Melanie Evans.
Mrs. Donna Sue Swain, our K4 teacher, has retired after 40 years of faithful service at PCS. Mrs. Tammie Mathis, our music teacher and former kindergarten teacher, will fill in until a permanent replacement is hired. Donna Sue has in the past few years been teaching the children - and even the grandchildren - of students she taught at the beginning of her career. Please join us in thanking her for the positive influence she has made during four decades at PCS!
We know that learning is easier when you have an excellent teacher. That's why many of our educators have achieved an advanced degree in their field. Our faculty are passionate about the subjects they teach and bring this enthusiasm into their lessons.
From K-2 through the 5th grade, we use the acclaimed Abeka curriculum to teach our students all about the world through a Christian viewpoint. A God-centered, academically-sound atmosphere promotes and encourages spiritual as well as academic growth.
In addition to academic classes, the students also study the Bible, learn songs and movement in music classes, participate in worship during weekly chapel services, and exercise outdoors in daily PE sessions. Our students learn with their body, mind, and soul.
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