Pictured are fourteen February Super ‘Saders and three previous Super ‘Saders selected by Park Place Christian Academy elementary teachers. Seated, front row, left to right: K5 students Gregory Teetson, Caiden Floyd, and Maylee Davis; first graders Alana Harbison and Jai Patterson; second grader Garrett Hearn. Standing, left to right, first graders Grayson Wingard and Cade Weathersby; third graders Reese Williams and Aaron McCullough; fourth graders LaVeda Thornton and Nathan Patrick; fifth graders Macie Ellis and Patrick Thornton; second graders Pippa Cashion, Korbyn Paden, and Hope Tillery. Not pictured is fifth grader Jordan Reeves who will be featured in a future photograph.
PEARL – Park Place Christian Academy (PPCA) recently celebrated 18 K5-5G students who were selected by their homeroom teachers or specials teachers as Super ‘Saders.
A Super ‘Sader is defined as an outstanding student who is committed to being “All In” which is PPCA’s motto for this school year.
To be chosen, students must exemplify behaviors in which they “take notice” of other students, “speaking life” to encourage them.
Students enjoy a special rewards breakfast with Elementary Principal Cindy Goodwin.
Selected students also receive a Super ‘Sader certificate which mentions past school slogans, noting that a Super ‘Sader is one who “loves others” and “fears and honors God” while striving to “be holy” at PPCA.
The February Super ‘Saders are K5 students Maylee Davis, Caiden Floyd, and Gregory Teetson; first graders Alana Harbison, Jai Patterson, and Grayson Wingard; second graders Garrett Hearn, Korbyn Paden, and Hope Tillery; third graders Aaron McCullough and Reese Williams; fourth graders Nathan Patrick and LaVeda Thornton; and fifth graders Macie Ellis and Jordan Reeves.
Also recognized were students who were absent from photos for previous Super ‘Sader celebrations: first grader Cade Weathersby, second grader Pippa Cashion, and fifth grader, Patrick Thornton.
A ministry of Park Place Baptist Church in Pearl, PPCA is a fully accredited K3-12th grade private school offering a Christian education and teaching a Biblical world view.
For more information about PPCA, visit the school’s website, www.goppca.com or contact Mrs. Andi Cruthirds, PPCA Admissions Director at 601-939-6229, option 7.