Park Place Christian Academy’s September Super ‘Saders are shown seated, left to right: K5 students Tucker Thompson, Bennett Hodges and Mary Sanders; 1st grade students Sadie Meredith and Noah Smith. Standing, left to right, are 2nd grade students Slade McGehee and Carsen Ely; 3rd grade students Macie Harrell and Ben Jacobsen; 4th grade students Dane Flowers and Sam Cook; and 5th grade students Amanda Rose Diehl and Luke Mann.

Park Place Christian Academy (PPCA) recently celebrated thirteen K5-5G students who were selected by their homeroom teachers as Super ‘Saders for the month of September, 2020.

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, and to be chosen, students must exemplify behaviors in which they “take notice” of other students, “speaking life” in order to encourage them.

Students receive a special breakfast with Elementary Principal Cindy Goodwin and 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 September Super ‘Saders are K5 students Bennett Hodges, Mary Sanders, and Tucker Thompson; first grade students are Sadie Meredith and Noah Smith; second grade students are Carsen Ely and Slade McGehee; third grade students are Macie Harrell and Ben Jacobsen; fourth grade students are Sam Cook and Dane Flowers; and fifth grade students are Amanda Rose Diehl and Luke Mann.

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, or contact Mrs. Andi Cruthirds, PPCA Admissions Director at 601-939-6229, ext. 213.