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Paper Bag Book Reports

Bellevue Campus

Posted on January 12, 2018

The second and third graders in Mrs. Rohwer's class are learning to be self-confident speakers as they present Book Bag Reports. A small bag is decorated with  illustrations of the main characters, the setting, and an important part of the plot. Small items that help the presenter remember some of their favorite parts of the book are placed in the bag. The class is very attentive as they listen and watch to find out what exciting book they may want to read next!

Students Excel with the Accelerated Reader Program

Bellevue Campus

Posted on January 12, 2018

The fourth - sixth grade students at the Bellevue Campus are excelling in their extra-curricular reading with the use of the Accelerated Reading Program. After reading a book of their choice from Mrs. Strickland’s classroom library of over 400 books, student’s comprehension is assessed by means of a computer-based quiz that tests general knowledge of the book in a multiple choice format of 10 questions.

Students are competing for classroom rewards in a reading contest that ends at the end of the first semester. The computer keeps track not only of the comprehension questions answered correctly, but also even the exact number of individual words each student has read thus far. Points are awarded based on the number of questions answered correctly as well as the difficulty of the book read.

Extra-curricular reading is one of the activities emphasized for the students when they finish their regular curriculum assignments. Because excellent readers become excellent students, Mrs. Strickland is so pleased to see the children eager to read and participate in the AR program.

Bellevue Campus Kindergarten Sneak Peek

For Parents of Pre4 & PreK Students

Posted on January 08, 2018

Have you ever wondered what a CPCS kindergarten classroom looks like “in action”? How is a Christian world view integrated into the curriculum? What does the curriculum actually look like? What concepts are taught? How will my child fit in? This is your chance to find out!

Kindergarten Sneak Peeks are the perfect opportunity to observe the kindergarten class in action. These 45 min. visits can be scheduled most mornings in January and February. Contact Mrs. Johnson at to reserve your “sneak peek”!