Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, The fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior,

So are the children of one’s youth. Happy is the man who has his quiver full of them; Psalms 127: 3 - 5

Cornerstone Christian Academy

909 Highway 65 N Tillar AR 71670

+1 870 392-2482+1 870 392-2482 

info@ccawarriors.net

Mission:  Cornerstone Christian Academy’s mission is to serve God by providing a quality education that is Christ-centered and academically challenging for all children throughout our community.

March 12, 2020

Dear Families: Our school has been working with our public health partners monitoring the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). When responding to infectious diseases, it is important to know that our school follows the directions and recommendations made by the state and county health departments.

 

Recent information from the state is that there is a low health risk to people in the United States from 2019 novel coronavirus. It is important that you keep up to date with information from reliable sources and know the facts.

 

What is coronavirus - Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath. These viruses spread through coughing or sneezing, much like the flu.

 

What is the school doing - Thorough cleaning of surfaces is an important part of any prevention strategy. Keeping our students and staff safe is our top priority.

 

In our school, we are following high standards and strict procedures for frequent and thorough cleaning and disinfecting. You can also help keep the school healthy by following the recommendations below.

 

What can I do to stay healthy - The risk to the general public from this virus is considered low, and the same precautions recommended for avoiding colds and flu can help protect yourself and others against the coronavirus.

 

More information

· Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

· Cover your cough and sneeze with tissue

· Clean surfaces that are frequently touched

· Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol when we aren’t in a place to wash our hands.

· Avoid touching our eyes, nose, and mouth

· Avoid close contact with anyone who has flu symptoms

· Stay home if you are sick

· US Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

· Arkansas Department of Health

 

Please know that the school is monitoring this situation. Our focus is maintaining the safety of students and staff. We will continue to update staff and families with any new information.

 

PRAYER WARRIORS, let’s join together in prayer for healing, protection, and a spirit of peace!

 

II Timothy 1:7 – For God has not given us a spirit of fear,

but of power and of love and of a sound mind.

 

Please feel free to contact us anytime with questions.

Sincerely,

 

CCA Administration

Dear Parents:


This letter will give you information about an outbreak of flu at our school.


A number of students at our school are sick with the flu. We hope they will all get better quickly.
At this time, students who are not ill can safely come to school. The school will remain open. We will continue
to send you updates on any important information.

 

To keep the flu from spreading to more people, we ask you to keep sick children at home. Any
children who are sick in school will be sent home.

 

Here are some ways to stop the spread of germs and sickness:
- lf your children are sick, keep them at home. Do not send them to school.
- Teach your children to wash their hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds. Be sure to set
a good example by doing this yourself.
- Teach your children to cover coughs and sneezes with tissues or by coughing into the inside of the
elbow. Be sure to set a good example by doing this yourself.
- Teach your children to stay at least three feet away from people who are sick.
- People who are sick should stay home from work or school, and they should stay away from other
people untilthey are better.
- Stay away from shopping malls, movie theaters, or other places where there are large groups of
people.


Thank you,
Monica Daniels
CCA Administrator

CCA SAT 10 Testing
Student Information

 

 Testing Dates April 6th – 9th
 Get plenty of rest.
 Eat a healthy breakfast.
 Bring at least 2 (#2) pencils.
 Have a book(s) on hand to read.
 You may bring a snack and drink to eat during your
break. DO NOT bring a soft drink or energy drink.
 Wednesday - We will not have chapel
during testing week. Students do not have to wear
chapel clothes. Testing dress code is khakis and
CCA shirts.
 Do your best!

Upcoming Events 

 

 

15th Annual Farm & Home Auction will be March 6, 2020 in the Warrior Gym.

$15 per plate

Fish Fry and Silent Auction starts at 5:00

Live Auction starts at 6:00

Everyone must have a ticket

No Takeouts

Please contact any CCA student, staff member, or CCA office for tickets.

 

Dr. Seuss Week

March 2nd - 6th 2020

 

 

Monday - "I am not going to get up today!" Pajama Day

Tuesday - "Fox in Socks" Silly Socks (Wear silly or mismatched socks)

Wednesday - "Book of Colors" Tie Dye (Wear tie dye or many colors)

Thursday - "Oh the places you'll go!" Vacation T-shirt (Wear a T-shirt from your favorite vacation place)

Friday - Dr. Seuss Day! Dress as your Favoriter Book Character

 

Questions?

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