Special Events

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Wynnbrook Christian School hosts special events and programs throughout the year such as the following: 

  • Back to School Bash (August)
  • Open House (September)
  • Grandparents' Day (September)
  • Scholastic Book Fair (September, January, May-BOGO)
  • See You At The Pole (September)
  • Red Ribbon Week (October)
  • Homecoming Week (November)
  • Veterans' Day Program (November)
  • Pajamas and Pancakes (December)
  • Winter Wonderland Festival and Marketplace (December)
  • Open House (January)
  • Warrior Challenge Faculty v. Student Basketball Game (February)
  • Friend Day (March)
  • Read Across America Week (March)
  • Wynnbrook's Got Talent (March)
  • Middle School Social (April)
  • Field Day (May)
  • Awards Day (May)
  • Summer Camps such as British Soccer, Archery, Basketball, Dance, Tennis, and Art (June and July)
  • On and Off-Campus Service Projects (Monthly)
  • PTW Free Dress Days (Monthly)

 

Talent Show

Spring

Our anual talent show takes place every spring. Enjoy a night of great food, sweet treats, and great entertainment from our talented students. We have musicians, actors, singers, dancers, and surprises! The art show and art auction show off student talent as well. Students are awarded with trophies and ribbons by our select community judges. 

Open House

Open Houses

September/January

The PTW puts together a couple of Open Houses for the parents and school to connect. These events are fun and full of helpful information to get the school year going and continuing strong. We have offered musical "sneak peaks" to performances, video testimonials, opportunities to learn and ask questions about the school year, and school tours. Open Houses usually co-inside with our Scholastic Book Fairs. 

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

Winter

Our annual big event is filled with fun! We have stations filled with games, candy, prizes, and challenges. In 2015, our theme was "O Holy Night Adventure" which helped us in celebraing the true meaning of Christmas. Participants signed off on 8 different classroom stations with different themes to win a grand prize at the end of the night. Dinner and desserts were available for purchase in the cafeteria. There were bouncy houses, obstical courses, a petting zoo, silent auction, photo booth, and motorized animals. Each year is so much fun. The theme for 2016 will be anounced soon. Look back for more information. 

See You At The Pole

See You At The Pole

Last Wednesday in September

The eighth grade homeroom Bible class leads the school wide See You At The Pole event. The time is dedicated to prayer for our families, our city, and our nation. The praise team and student volunteers lead the group of students, teachers, and family members in worship around the flag pole. 

 

Grandparent's Day

Grandparent's Day

Second Sunday in September

Every year we have a special event for our grandparents and grandfriends. In 2015, we had a beautiful lunch and program which included singing and acting from our students. Each student gave an art project for our special guests. JE Hedges Photography set up a special photo area for families to take pictures to help preserve memories. Tours of the school were given and families were encouraged to visit our Scholastic Book Fair. 

Thanksgiving Program

Thanksgiving Program

Friday before Thanksgiving Break

Sharing a meal with one another is a way to make the people we love the most feel special. In 2015, we had a potluck lunch with special performances from our middle school drama class and kindergarten-fourth grade choir. We invited the Joyful Servants to join us for this special lunch. Parents and family members thought it was a beautiful gathering. We are thankful for so much!