Kids Summer Camp at Effort! Registration is open for our summer program for ages 2 through completed 5th Grade. Outdoor games, water days, storytelling, community service projects, and more! Check out more information on our Summer Day page.
Join us for a free community event: PRESCHOOL PROM February 18, 2023, 5:30PM – 7:30PM Dancing, Music, Photo Ops A night of dancing for littles in Pre-K-1st Grade and their families. Sure to burn off energy and build core memories! Bring your friends and your dancing shoes. Dress up or Dress down! Hosted by the ECSP PTO
Effort Christian School & Preschool PTO Presents: Christmas Movie Night: The Polar Express Friday, December 9th “Doors” will open at 5:30pm Movie will begin promptly at 6:15pm Free Family Event Open to the Community Wear your Christmas Pajamas ~ Special Guest: SANTA CLAUS Facebook event here
Weekly themes for summer 2022 5/31-6/3 Spirit Week 6/6-6/10 It’s a Bug Life 6/13-6/17 Vacation Bible School 6/20-6/24 Beach Week 6/27-7/1 God Bless America 7/4-7/8 SCHOOL CLOSED 7/11-7/15 Zoology 7/18-7/22 Community Outreach 7/25-7/29 A Healthy Life
Our class loves to play Scoot. This week we used our weekly vocabulary words to play. Each student has a task card on his/her desk and then everyone “scoots” around the room, completing the task on each card. What a fun, interactive way to review!
grateful for our Feast Much to be thankful for On Tuesday, November 20, ECSP Preschool classes gathered for their yearly Thanksgiving Feast. It was an awesome event with lots of great fellowship. We had 35 students in attendance, and some were able to bring their family members. The little’s got to show off all their hard work on any recent Thanksgiving crafts they had made. They also got to tell their family members and teachers what they were grateful for…
Many of the Upper Elementary students have known Ms. Susan since they were little. She has played a big part in their lives at Effort. We will miss her and look forward to her visits.
Second and Third grade students investigated the three common states of matter using a root beer float. In addition to being able to identify a solid, liquid, and gas, students were also able to observe how matter changes through melting. Tasting them was a bonus. Yum!