Susan Blackwell will be available to administer the Woodcock Johnson Test for children who have some special needs. She will be in the area to serve a couple of families and if you are interested or want more infromation here is her contact info: Her number is 803-429-3899. Her website is www.homeschoolingthespecialneedschild.com
Just a reminder that progress reports for grades K-8 WERE DUE on Monday the 15th. As of today, thank you to the 80% of families who turned their reports in on time. To the other 20% PLEASE turn them in by Friday at 5:00pm. Remember, they can be scanned and emailed!!!
Thanks in advance for your help on this!
It’s your favorite time of year! Progress reports for grades K-8 are due NO LATER THAN March 15th! Thank you to those who have already turned them in! I always say its better to BEAT the deadline then to MEET the deadline!
Available to CBCCA students as well as non-CBCCA home school students.
Place: CBC Main Building-class rooms
(Social distancing guidelines in place)
Dates: May 4,5,6, 2021 (Tuesday – Thursday)
Grades: 4 – 12
Testers: Linda Navorska, Stacey Horry, Denise Stone
Time: 9:30 – 12:30 (approximate)
Administrative Fee: $40.00 per student. Payment in the form of a check made out to CBC, with “Stanford Test fee” written in the memo. Give to Claudia Gay or Laura Caldwell (Front Desk of main building.)
Deadline for fee payment: April 30. No student will be tested without payment. Parents are responsible for ordering/purchasing the Stanford Achievement Tests for their child(ren). The instructions are:
• Order online (https://www.bjupresshomeschool.com/content/testing) or call BJUP (800.845.5731). You will be ordering the Stanford Test according to the grade level of your student this spring.
• Order no later than April 15. If ordering after that date, call BJUP to ensure a timely delivery to the test administrator.
• You will need to identify the tester as: Linda Navorska, tester ID number is: 79392796
• BJU will require you to verify that you homeschool your child(ren)
• On the same day you order your test, please e-mail: email@example.com with the following information:
a. Student’s first, middle initial, last name.
b. Parent contact information; phone number & E-mail
c. Birthdate of student
d. Current Grade level
e. Parent’s mailing address
Tests will be shipped to Linda Navorska. The day after testing she will mail the tests back to BJU. The parent (purchaser) will be notified by BJU when the results are ready for review online, usually within 10 business days from the day the tests are received back at BJU.
Thank you for allowing CBC the privilege of administering the Stanford to your student(s). Our desire is to provide an optimum environment where the student can perform to his/her ability.
Apologia Biology $25.00
Saxon 8/7 $15.00
Black Light $5.00
Please contact Jennifer Bales firstname.lastname@example.org
6 or 7 teenage volunteers needed at the CBC Beaufort campus to help unload pine straw this upcoming Friday, March 12th. Please contact Laura 843-525-0089 if you can help.
One of our older senior members hurt her shoulder and is unable to rake her yard and is in need of someone to rake and bag the leaves. This is a great service opportunity for a family or she is even willing to hire a responsible hard working teen.
In addition, there is still a need for a student (or adult) to paint a members fence and do other on going handyman tasks.
Please call Laura at the church office 843-525-0089 or text 843-929-2514.
DO YOU KNOW OF A STUDENT WHO NEEDS $500 TO $1,000?
The SC Bar Senior Lawyers Division is hosting the 2020 Statewide Law Day Essay Contest
Open to all High School Students
The theme of the essay contest is “Advancing the Rule of Law NOW”
Awards range in $500 – $1,000!!!
All mailed entries are due June 4, 2021 @ Noon.
Detailed Information As Follows:
DO YOU KNOW OF A STUDENT WHO NEEDS $500 TO $1,000?
The annual Senior Division of the S.C. Bar Association’s Law Day Essay Contest provides a wonderful opportunity to learn about our legal system, justice, get creative, and win money simply by writing an essay of 1,000 words or less.
The Law Day 2021 theme is “Advancing the Rule of Law NOW”. The rule of law is a set of principles, or ideals, for ensuring an orderly and just society. Many countries throughout the world strive to uphold the rule of law where no one is above the law, everyone is treated equally under the law, everyone is held accountable to the same laws, there are clear and fair processes for enforcing laws, there is an independent judiciary, and human rights are guaranteed for all.
Eligibility: The Law Day Essay Contest is open to all students attending a public or private high school, or being home schooled, within South Carolina who are in grades 9-12.
Entry Deadline: June 4, 2021, by noon.
|Statewide Best 9th Grade Essay||$500|
|Statewide Best 10th Grade Essay||$500|
|Statewide Best 11th Grade Essay||$500|
|Statewide Best 12th Grade Essay||$500|
|Statewide Best Overall Essay||$1,000|
CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD PACKET/INSTRUCTIONS:
Cynthia H. Cothran SC Bar Law Related Education Director
Post Office Box 608 Columbia, SC 29202-0608
Office: (803) 252-5139 Direct: (803) 576-3788 Fax: (803) 771-0419
Just a reminder that the CBCCA March fellowship will be for dads! Lou Cerrillo will be your encouragment for the evening! Meeting at the CBC World Missions Cafe at 7:00pm.
If you still need to get meeting credits, you can watch either Pastor Carl or Pastor Matt’s meetings, both which are listed under “Past Meetings” on the blog. Please let me know you have done so!