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Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Cutting Ceremony
Students from CCCS's 4th, 6th & 12th grades were invited to attend this ceremony in Danville, PA on Nov. 6, 2014. Mr. Thompson (head of school), Mrs. Bang (Middle School English/History teacher) and Miss Shifflett (4th Grade teacher) also attended the tree cutting ceremony.
2014 Cast and Crew


November 5 – Report Cards Emailed

November 7-14 – Book Fair

November 8, 2014 9am ~ 3pm – Holiday Craft/Gift Show * sign up to help with supplies and volunteering your time

November 17-21 – Spiritual Emphasis Week for 6th-12th

November 19th 10am  – 1st Grade Fieldtrip to Senior Center

November 25th  – Picture Retake Day  – (You must bring original pictures back in picture envelope.)

November 26 – December 1  – Thansgiving Break

December 11th  – Drama Program for grades 6, 7, & 8

December 18th - Christmas Program for KR-5th and Sr. High



   Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes NEEDS VOLUNTEERS ~ Shoebox Pickup in Lewisburg (need large pickup truck) and Collecting Shoeboxes at CCCS drop off days.

The boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are in need of a Clock Runner for home games. Any adults interested should contact Alan Price 570-441-8945 or Gary Fritz 570-854-6883

CCCS is looking for a girls’ basketball coach. Please call the school office for more information.

Coordinators needed for Campbell’s Soup Labels & Box Tops for Education

Please prayerfully consider one of these ministry opportunities. Contact the office if you are willing to help.


Student Spotlight

The following CCCS students have been chosen to participate in the ACSI Spelling Bee for 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grade.  They will be competing on November 3rd in Bethlehem, PA, with other area Christian schools.

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5th grade participants: left is Hannah Near; on the right is Keedaysha Smith


6th grade participants: left is Luke Zimmerman; right is Emma Miller,


7th grade participants: left is Ryan Stotler; right is Logan Boucher


8th grade participants: left is Meredith Minto; right is Izzy Webb