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Dear Wildwood Christian Academy Families: With just over a week until the “Wildwood FunD Run 2016”, we thought it wise to provide an update on this event and surrounding activities: ...
Chef Pittman welcomed students to Algebra Cafe. This setting reinforced the lesson of probability and the chances of winning.
The class worked on art panels to be displayed throughout the community. This was a special opportunity for Wildwood students.
Students created artwork to be displayed at different locations, including the local hospital.
Teamwork was the key to making these blankets for children at the Ruth House.
Making bracelets for this organization will help provide clean water to those in Africa. Classes were able to view how the filtration system works, which is purchased by the monies ...
One station the students enjoyed was painting flower pots and filling them with candy to be given to those at the Hope House and Joy House.
Another Day of the Heart station included making Pom Poms for the cats and gathering tennis balls for the dogs which all reside at Big Canoe Animal Shelter while awaiting ...
One of the stations they helped at was gathering craft supplies to be donated to the local Hope House & Joy House.
The classes helped organize toiletries for the Red Cross and then began making individual bags which will be given out to those in need.
While the 3’s class made watercolor paintings of the Earth for Earth Day, the 4’s were on an indoor camping trip to learn more about caring for our planet.
Dear Wildwood families and friends, It is hard to believe how quickly April has flown by. In just a few very short weeks, another school year will come to a ...
These proud artists show off their creations.
A great day to run around and hang around after working hard all day on school work.
Fresh air, camp fires, and cows were a nice break from studies this week. The trip gave the eighth graders an opportunity to bond with the Upper School students as ...
The class put on their thinking caps as they rewrote a play for their spring production.
The 3’s class learned about the letter ‘V’ this week and watched a chemical reaction which looked like a volcano exploding.
Students worked on building their bottle rockets.
The class played ‘paper airplane tag’ with the planes they made.
The class worked together making flowers for their spring bulletin board of poems.
Thank you fourth grade students for reminding us how much God loves us and how He is always there for us!
Stop by and help support our teams!
Students had the opportunity to hang out and enjoy yummy treats before Spring Break.
A big thank you to the Environmental Science Upper School class for taking time to participate in the Keep Pickens Beautiful campaign.
After learning about the Battles of the Revolutionary War, the class took to the field in costume to reenact some of them.
Students enjoyed an egg hunt on a beautiful Spring day.
All the voices were on key as the class started Chapel with an uplifting song.
An edible graphing activity was a fun and tasty way to reinforce a math lesson.
Great work, Mallory on receiving the Silver Paw Award at Chapel this week! She cleaned up trash around the playground after an outdoor lunch.
Thank you Mr. & Mrs. McClung for giving each kindergarten student a Root Grower. They will be able to watch a carrot, radish, and onion grow.
Together, the 3’s class played a numbers game while the 4’s class made jungle maps to use on their safari.
Dear Wildwood families and friends, Well, it is March and the old saying, “In like a lion, out like a lamb” seems appropriate. Who would have thought that Thursday, March ...
Students burned magnesium strips to simulate a synthesis reaction. The heat produced was close to that of the sun.
The school’s leprechauns paid a visit to classrooms on March 17th bringing treats and messes for all. It is always fun for the students.
The playground is a great way to chill out with friends.
The 3’s painted crosses as they talked about Easter. The 4’s are disguised as this year’s Easter bunnies.
Students worked in the computer lab to research their Spanish Proverbs project. Finished projects were displayed outside the classroom.
Students enjoyed a game of Trasketball to review for an upcoming test.
Brain power was needed as they participated in a game of TriBond. The game requires students to decide what three words have in common. For example: cards, chess, and proms.
The class dressed in costume and became a news station reporting on the Industrial Revolution inventions. Their topic was the gramophone.
The classes worked together as teams to win the game of Spanish Pictionary.
Fang, the school’s mascot, visited the classrooms and gave out green necklaces in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.
Students worked problems on the board to review the week’s lessons.
Students watched a movie on the Stanford Prison Experiment and then visited different experimental labs. These labs were on schizophrenia, biofeedback on stress, and functioning while impaired. A special treat ...
This field trip gave students the opportunity to see The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe on stage.
Students love ice cream day and the weather was perfect to enjoy the treat from the train at the PreSchool’s playground.
Students presented skits based on the legends of earthquakes. One legend believed El Diablo is the devil who causes earthquakes. According to a Siberian legend, earthquakes are caused by a ...
Students worked on their rockets which enhanced their study on physics and projectile motion. When finished, they will get the chance to see how well the rockets work.