Fatherhood Dinner

Fatherhood Dinner

Gaston Christian School presents John Rosemond for a private event for GCS Dads – Make Fatherhood Great Again!

“Making America great again requires making families great again because the strength of a nation depends on the strength of its families. And making families great again requires making fatherhood great again because God has appointed the male head of the family.”

More information at https://www.rosemond.com/About-John-Rosemond.html

March 5, 2019, at 6:00 PM for $15.00/Dad

Dinner provided by Grandma Hoyt’s

Dad’s Dinner RSVP Online Form

Honors Spanish III students teaching Elementary

Honors Spanish III students teaching Elementary

Honors Spanish III students teaching Elementary

Kristina Vaher and Alex Grant 

Quint Crowder and Perry Diamaduros
Rennie Pearson and Julia Dibella
Honors Spanish III taught their last class of the semester:  Julia Dibella, Patricia Williams, Lucas Whitesides, Keanu Buentipo, Alex Grant, Perry Diamaduros, Kristina Vaher, Rennie Pearson, Nate Ledford, Tyler Baczek, D´Ale Rodríguez and Quint Crowder 
GET INTO GEAR with EV3® ROBOTICS

GET INTO GEAR with EV3® ROBOTICS

Experience the cutting edge of technology with the introduction of LEGO® MINDSTORMS EV3 Robotics. Students will be captivated as they incorporate the newest generation of motors, sensors and software by programming their commands directly into the intelligent brick. Our endless list of builds is sure to provide the complete fundamental components of robotics at its best! Beginner coding lessons along with building your own robot are just a couple of fun things awaiting you this session! 

 **Each after school class is 75 minutes in length 

**Recommended Ages 10-14 

**Email mkcampbell3@yahoo.com to reserve your spot. Space is limited… 

GCS Robotics PDF

Interact Conference

Interact Conference

Various Interact members participated in the Interaction 2019 Youth Leadership Event – Warlick Family YMCA on Saturday, February 2, 8:00 – 1:00

1- Favour Spear, Chloe Pearson and Caleb Venn participate in a team building activity
2, 3- Walter Windley a GCS alumnus shares his experience as a Rotoract founder and member at Furman University
4- Noah Froneberger (front left), Rennie Pearson, Caleb Venn, Favour Spear, Blake Lanier and Chloe Pearson 
5- Caleb Venn and Chloe Pearson participate in a team building activity.
Interact Conference
GCS Champion Headed to Gaston County Spelling Bee

GCS Champion Headed to Gaston County Spelling Bee

GCS elementary students and families of contestants gathered in our new Worship Center on February 6, for the GCS School-wide Spelling Bee.  Luke Kelly was our school winner, and Chloe Sorrell finished as our runner-up.  Luke will represent GCS in the Gaston County Spelling Bee on Wednesday, March 6.  The county bee will be held in our Worship Center this year.  A special thanks to Mrs. Medlin, who was the caller for the spelling bee, and to Miss Adams, Mrs. Jennings, and Mrs. Stiwalt who served as judges.  Thank you also to all of the students who spent their time preparing for the spelling bee and the alternates who were prepared to step in if needed!

2019 GCS Spelling Bee
Personalize Your Yearbook!!

Personalize Your Yearbook!!

Dear Families,

Yearbooks are a great way to look back on the year and reflect on all the events which have occurred. This year, our yearbook staff is excited to offer personalized engraving options such as monograms and crests! You can choose from a variety of icons as well (see attached) to go around name, monogram or crest.
To order your personalized yearbook, please visit jostens.com<http://jostens.com>, select our school, and select “yearbook” to add engraving and/or icons. All personalization orders must be placed by Friday, February 22nd. Here is direct ordering link as well:
http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A01015999

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Becky Abromaitis at babromaitis@gastonchristian.org

We look forward to sharing this year’s memories with you when the book comes out!

Thank you for your support!
Your 2018-2019 Yearbook Staff

YB Personalization Icons

 
PinkOut 2019 Shirt Sale

PinkOut 2019 Shirt Sale

Concludes a week-long fund-raiser where the proceeds from t-shirts, bake sale, concession and admissions at games, etc. raise our annual donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Order your PinkOut 2019 shirts from this link.

Sold under a partnership with Epluno.

PinkOut shirt sale is February 11 – March 1.

* Here’s a note about shipping from Epluno: Pink Out orders will be held until the end of the ordering period, March 1st. Orders will then be produced, packed and shipped to the school for distribution. During check out, simply select the free shipping option and leave your students name in the comments. You can also place your student’s name in the delivery details.

 

 

Make Fatherhood Great Again!

Make Fatherhood Great Again!

Gaston Christian School presents John Rosemond for a private event for GCS Dads – Make Fatherhood Great Again!

“Making America great again requires making families great again because the strength of a nation depends on the strength of its families. And making families great again requires making fatherhood great again because God has appointed the male head of the family.”

More information at https://www.rosemond.com/About-John-Rosemond.html

March 5, 2019, at 6:00 PM for $15.00/Dad

Dinner provided by Grandma Hoyt’s

Dad’s Dinner RSVP Online Form

GCS Fun Run and Color Run Fundraiser

GCS Fun Run and Color Run Fundraiser

The Gaston Christian Fun Run is kicking off in just 3 WEEKS! This year, we’re raising funds for an ACTIVITY SCHOOL BUS, and we need your help! This video explains how our #Boosterthon fundraiser works.

Parents! This year’s fundraiser is the Gaston Christian Fun Run and Color Run! It’s an 8-day program that kicks off with a Pep Rally on Monday, February 25th. Families will then gather pledges for every lap your student runs (30-35 laps), and we’ll celebrate at the Fun Run on Wednesday, March 6th. Middle School will also be participating in the Color Run and getting flat donations! With our big goal of raising $50,000 for an ACTIVITY SCHOOL BUS, we asked the Fun Run experts at Boosterthon to power our Fun Run and make it more profitable, easier, and fun.

Students will also experience an amazing character theme, Mind Spark Mystery Lab! It is a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) theme all about using character to solve problems. Students will enter into a mystery lab and learn all about character and STEAM!

You can help our school by reaching out to sponsors, and then putting their donations on FunRun.com. Also, all families are invited to come out and cheer on your student at the Fun Run and Color Run! Thank you for your support!

Gaston Christian Program-Overview-Flier