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Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Upper School Orientation 2012PowerPoint Presentation: Mission Statement The mission of Hill Country Christian School of Austin is to provide a Christ-centered, Classical, college-preparatory education that inspires students to become life-long learners and effective communicators who impact the world with the life-changing reality of Jesus Christ.PowerPoint Presentation: Our Core Values Hill Country values and affirms : G race over legalism. R elationships at all levels. A cademic and spiritual balance. C alling students to become world-changers. E xcellence in all things.PowerPoint Presentation: The PTF is all of us…partnering together with faculty and staff to support the mission of the school We do this through … Volunteering – Get Plugged In Community-building events - ice cream social / family dinner nights / service projects / tailgates Hill Country Dads group: meeting and get together, Door Dads (7:30 – 8:00 a.m.) Booster Club PAT – Parent Advocacy Team Spring Event Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF)PowerPoint Presentation: Tonight’s Events 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. - Pick up your schedule & locker info - Meet your teachers in the classrooms - Set up your locker 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. (Café) - Pick up hot lunch info - Connect with parent teacher fellowship - Learn about clubs and extra-curricular activities - Purchase P.E. uniforms and travel shirts - Connect with other familiesPowerPoint Presentation: Student Drop-Off / Pick-Up Morning Drop-off (6 th -12 th grades only) Portables, Northwest Lobby (Café) or Gym Students should report to their first class or activity Afternoon Pick-Up (6 th -12 th grades only) Portables, Northwest Lobby or GymPowerPoint Presentation: Student Visitation & Security Parents and student drivers should park at the South Lobby (by the portables). Parents planning to be on campus should sign in at the school lobby reception area. Raptor system – upon signing in, parents/visitors need to present a driver ’ s license to receive a badge.PowerPoint Presentation: Glossary of Terms School of Logic (aka Middle School) – 6 th -8 th grade School of Rhetoric (aka High School) – 9 th -12 th grade Alternating Block Schedule – six core classes meet on alternate A/B days for approximately 100 minutes per block, plus Enrichment Classes or Electives Devotions – weekly devotional time Enrichment – middle school electives that meet from 8:00-8:40 a.m. Small Groups – weekly gathering of a mentor and students TAPPS – Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (high school athletics) AIPL – Austin Inter-Parochial League (middle school athletics)PowerPoint Presentation: Lockers All 6 th – 12 th grade students will be assigned a locker number that will be indicated on the student ’ s schedule. Locker numbers will be grouped by grade level. Each student will need to provide a combination lock. You will be turning your locker combination in to your first period teacher on Friday.PowerPoint Presentation: Lunch Program Hot lunch served every full day, beginning Tuesday, September 4. Menus posted on website, under “ Parents ” tab. Pay by check at the reception desk or online at mymealtime.com. Instructions can be picked up today at the lunch program table or will be sent home with your student the first week of school. For questions, visit table on 1 st floor lobby today or contact Kelli Innis, Lunch Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.PowerPoint Presentation: Student Life Student Council National Honor Society, NJHS beginning ‘ 12- ’ 13 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Homecoming, class functions, clubs, retreats, college tours, prom Athletic events Conservatory and drumlinePowerPoint Presentation: Devotions Time set aside for students to gather for announcements, devotionals and prayer. School of Logic Mondays 10:20-10:45am School of Rhetoric Tuesdays 10:20-10:45amPowerPoint Presentation: Small Groups Mentoring groups led by faculty and staff. School of Logic Tuesdays 10:20-10:45am School of Rhetoric Mondays 10:20-10:45amPowerPoint Presentation: Communication Vital for our success in partnering with parents Email: Knightly News (every Tuesday) The Knights Realm (school wide Newsletter) Occasional Announcements Alerts for school closures Visions & Values from Mr. McGee and school board Website – for forms and calendarPowerPoint Presentation: What is it? View grades/homework Parent directory Update personal information Login information (emailed this week) Training sessions will be scheduled soon VeracrossPowerPoint Presentation: 2012-2013 School Theme “ Community" “ So in Christ we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all the others. ” Romans 12:5PowerPoint Presentation: Questions? You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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