Books…Blog by Amy Sauls

Would you like to travel, solve a mystery, learn more about historical places or people, play sports with the best athletes in the world, and visit with the most exciting people ever? If your answer is yes, then books are for you. It doesn’t matter if you do not really like to read or if […]

  • November 22, 2016
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2017-2018 School Calendar

2017-2018 Calendar Year at a Glance Calendar 2017 to 2018 2017-2018 Days of Calendar

Praise Him at Midnight – Blog by Kellie Fowler

Praise Him At Midnight It is Thanksgiving time. Sometimes it is so easy to make a list of all of the things for which we are thankful. We often list the obvious: home family food vehicles health The list could go on and on with all of the “things” we have in our lives.  Do […]

Elementary Principal for a Day!

At our Super Saturday event in September, we auctioned off the opportunity for one student to be the Elementary Principal for a Day. Yesterday, she was able to spend the day with Mrs. Sauls and see what it’s like to be WCA’s Elementary Principal.  Here are some comments from her experience: “My favorite part of the day […]

Franklin Pierce Foundation Annual Golf Tournament 2016

Franklin Pierce Educational Foundation (FPEF) Annual Golf Tournament If you were asked to play a round of golf for God would you do it? Recently over 50 golfers did just that, they played a round of golf for God. On September 26th, 2016, 15 golf teams played in the annual Franklin Pierce Educational Foundation (FPEF) Golf […]

In The Paint with Coach Green – November 10, 2016

Coach Green’s Blog November 10, 2016 Hi, welcome to my blog.  I’m John Green “Coach Green” . I am very Blessed and honored to be the new men’s head varsity basketball coach at WCA, especially as we are celebrating our 50th anniversary.  What a great time to be a Bulldog!  A little bit about me, […]

November Middle School Blog

By Larry Hoxie, Middle School Principal I was recently encouraged by one of our parents to read a book entitled Love Does. I was encouraged by the stories shared by the author. I decided to share the highlights with you. As a high school dropout, Bob Goff’s plan was to move to Yosemite and climb […]

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