Eagle Eye November

Hello SCCLC Families, Eagle Eye is back!!! I am delighted to introduce this first edition of the 2018-2019 School year.  This newsletter is intended to keep you in touch with news and developments about our School and everyone in it. You will read about what our students are doing in class,  important events, sports news, important dates and much more! I do hope you find it informative and engaging.

Please enjoy this newsletter and we would greatly receive feedback from parents and the community at eagleeye@scclc.org.
Warmly,
Maribel Ayos – Director.

Director Letter

Santa Cruz, August 10 th , 2018.

Dear Parents,

May the God of hope fill you and your families with all joy and peace.

I am privileged and blessed to have the opportunity to serve God as the SCCLC new Director. The first time I visited the school I immediately knew that it was a special place and I wanted to become a part of the SCCLC community.

As an educator and school administrator, I passionately believe in the importance of providing high-quality educational programs for all children regardless of socioeconomic standing, race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or family life-style. I consider it my privilege and honor to support the amazing teachers and staff at SCCLC so that we are able to provide your children with an excellent education.

My goal is to collaborate closely with the school faculty and administration to carry out the mission, vision and philosophy as they are summarized in “Redeemed lives, quality education, transformed society.”

I would like to take a moment to share my first impressions and the reasons I accepted this position. SCCLC has several qualities that make the school exceptional:

  • God and His Word are our main authority.
  • Each child is known and valued.
  • A highly educated, dedicated, creative, and nurturing faculty, administrative team, and staff.
  • The whole community commitment to improve learning environments.

I am looking forward to meeting every family personally. Please join us at the upcoming meetings scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on the following dates:

  • September 3 rd : Prekinder y Kinder.
  • September 5 th : 1st y 2nd grades.
  • September 6 th : 3rd to 5th grades.
  • September 10 th : Middle School.
  • September 12 th : High School.

I am looking forward to a long and successful relationship with the SCCLC community. You have an extraordinary group of children and I am eager to get to know each and every one.

Warmly,

Maribel Ayos.
maribelayos@scclc.org

Netflix Series

Estimados Padres de Familia;
Hace un tiempo escribí sobre la serie de Netflix que se llama “13 Reasons Why” (“Por 13 Razones”) y ciertos riesgos que esta serie puede representar para nuestros hijos.  Un padre de familia nos pasó el siguiente link que tiene un poco más información y algunas advertencias y consejos.  (No necesariamente representa la posición del colegio, pero tiene información que pueda ser útil para nuestras familias.)
El link es:
How to talk with your teen about “13 Reasons Why”
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/13-reasons-why-suicide-how-to-talk-with-your-teen-about-netflix-show/Agradezco al padre que lo compartió.

En Cristo,
Jeffrey A. HAuse
Director, SCCLC

Transition to Middle School

Middle School, grades 6-8, creates a structure that helps students become the independent, creative thinkers they will need to be in High School but with more intentional direction from teachers and hands-on learning.

Please take a look at our presentation to see what this change will look like!

Well Done, Eagles!

Congratulations to our basketball teams for their three victories this week! On February 22nd, our JV Girls team and our JV Boys team played against Saint Thomas. Our JV Girls won with a final score of 40-10, and our JV Boys won with a final score of 59-29. Lastly, our Varsity Girls basketball team played on February 24th and won with a final score of 86-23! Well done, Eagles! Keep up the great work.