Pledges

Pledge to the American Flag

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Pledge to the Texas Flag

I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible.

Pledge to the Christian Flag

I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag and to the Savior for whose Kingdom it stands. One Savior, crucified, buried, risen and coming again with life and liberty for all who believe.

Pledge to the Bible

I pledge allegiance to the Bible, God’s Holy Word. I will make it a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path. I will hide its words in my heart that I might not sin against God.

Warrior Weekly

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Be sure to read Warrior Weekly which is delivered to your email inbox each Thursday. Warrior Weekly provides timely, important information as well as highlights from the week. If you are not receiving this email publication, please contact Laurie Sanders to be added to the distribution list.

Update Your Information

It is the parents’ responsibility to notify CCS of changes to contact, emergency or medical information.

  • Updates to address, subdivision, phones, email or emergency contact information: Please click here or email Laurie Sanders.

  • Updates to your child’s medical information: Please email Nurse Robin Brown.

Summer Reading & Assignments

Elementary Summer Reading

The library is happy to announce our summer reading incentive to keep students reading daily throughout the summer. The challenge is based on the number of minutes a student reads and appeals equally to all ages and abilities. Readers will receive congratulatory medals when we return to school in August. Reading begins May 23. Email Mrs. Parker if you have any questions: [email protected].

  • How to Participate – Color one box on the Minute Log for every 10 minutes you read. There is no time limit to how many minutes you can read in a day, but it is better to read for smaller amounts of time every day than for long periods of time every now and then.
  • Logging Is Important! – Keep track of your Minute Log and return it to school by August 17. The log must be signed by the student and a parent. 
  • What Can You Read? – Students may read books, eBooks, magazines, graphic novels and nonfiction.
  • Set a Goal and Succeed! – Students will receive medals when we return to school in August: 600 minutes=Bronze, 1,000 minutes=Silver, 1,400 minutes=Gold, 1,750 minutes= WOW! If you begin May 23:

20 min/day x 3 days/week = 720 Minutes

20 min/day x 5 days/week = 1,200 Minutes

20 min/day x 7 days/week = 1,680 Minutes

  • Current Kindergarten & First-Grade Parents – It is important for young readers to read independently and also engage in shared reading experiences, as both are critical to the process of learning to read. This challenge is intended to increase your child’s exposure to books and to create positive reading experiences over the summer. Therefore, both independent reading and reading aloud to your child will count towards minutes earned.

Enjoy your summer and happy reading! 😊


Middle School & High School Summer Assignments

All activity packets for secondary summer assignments can be found at the link below. The Warrior Warehouse has a limited supply of the required books. Please choose titles and activity packets based on student’s recommended ELA placement. Students should complete their reading and any related assignments as listed below prior to the first day of school, Wednesday, August 14.

Student Medical Insurance

Please note that the school will require proof of medical insurance coverage in addition to a sports physical and other athletic department forms prior to a student participating in the school sports/co-curricular activities. Please log in to your FACTS Family Portal and go to School / Web Forms / Family Demographic Form / Student Medical Form and enter your insurance company name, policy number and expiration date. A copy of your insurance card is no longer required.

Social Media

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Service Hours (Middle School)

Service Hours Requirement

One goal of CCS is to help develop godly individuals who are usable for God’s service in His church and in the world. All students are encouraged to develop Christ-like character as they practice serving those around them. 

In order to build the habit of service, all middle school students are required to log at least five service hours each semester. A few examples of service include working along with adults in any church or community ministry, lawn/home/pet care for a family friend or a neighbor without pay, volunteering to work in the concession stand during a game or tournament, baking goodies for first responders or writing letters to service personnel.  Note that service hours cannot be performed for family and no compensation should be received.  Bible teachers will provide more information and provide forms that students will turn in by the end of each semester to verify their service. 

Due to widespread power outages and potential safety issues, school is CLOSED, and all activities are CANCELED tomorrow, Friday, May 17.

School will reopen on Monday, May 20. Updates will be sent by text and email, as needed. Please stay safe!