1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Operation Christmas Child Dedication
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Picture Retakes
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM ELC POW WOW
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM Character Class
The Gorman Experience
Operation Christmas Child
This Wednesday, November 14, we will be dedicating our Shoeboxes to the Lord. We will meet at 1:45 pm in the Sanctuary to pray over our boxes and announce the total number of boxes that have been collected. Thank you to all the GCA families who have participated in this ministry.
A Honor Roll: Justin Alston, Reese Davis, McKayla Hall, Paityn Johnson, Matthew Murray
A/B Honor Roll: Caroline Glenn
A Honor Roll: Ceciliah Evans, Kaliah Henry, Ally Stewart
A/B Honor Roll: Justus Robinson, Aaron Stiles
A Honor Roll: Gary Kapral, Carlee Rimmer
A/B Honor Roll: Brooke Clemons, Khyler Dickens, Lucas Driggers, Jeneen Mason, Skyler Pelletier
A Honor Roll: Jewel Cox, Joshua Murphy
A/B Honor Roll: Camryn Alston
A Honor Roll: Ericeya Lynch, Ally Peay-Matchem
A/B Honor Roll: Jana Arldege, TreyDuncan, Andrew Rimmer, Kennedy Robinson
A Honor Roll: Bella Driggers, Savannah Rowland, Maycee Thompson
A/B Honor Roll: Lauren Bacchus, Jenae Mason, Samuel Phelps, Emily Varble
A Honor Roll: Caleb Hawkins, Destiny Webster
Duke TIP Program
We are happy to announce that Gorman Christian Academy has notified 14 of our 4th-6th grade students that they qualified to apply for the Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP)! These students have excelled on their TerraNova Achievement Test and scored a 95% or above in one or more areas of Reading, Language and/or Mathematics. Several students scored in the 99 percentile! We are also happy to announce that two seventh graders qualified as well with a 96 percentile in Language. Congratulations to all of these exceptional students!
News and Headlines
Congratulations to the GCA students who have been selected for the Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP)! Duke TIP is a program that allows gifted students with a variety of programs and benefits. Each of the GCA students has scored at or above the 95th percentile on a grade-level standardized test last year. We are very proud of these students as they begin to prepare for high school and college work.