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November 2019

ASL: The Bridge Between Communities

in News

American Sign Language (ASL) is a new, much loved elective offered to the Upper School at Covenant taught by Mrs. Artrip.  ASL is a natural language that serves as the predominant sign language of Deaf communities in the United States and most of Anglophone Canada. Students learn to communicate using visual gestures and signs and…

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Operation Christmas Child Comes Back to Town

in News

By: Abbie Wayne   Nov. 8, 2019   Image from https://metrovoicenews.com/high-hopes-operation-christmas-child-year/ This week the Upper School band folded 200 boxes for Operation Christmas Child! Every year Covenant School students bring in boxes filled with goodies for children all over the world to enjoy. Not only are these children receiving their very own gifts but they also receive the…

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Fairy Week Comes Around Again, but What is it?

in Opinion/Uncategorized

            If you were to wander around the grade-school classrooms, the perceptive would notice small, ornamental doors straight out of lord of the rings taped to the wall. This is not a surreal prank, it is evidence of a yearly tradition that the youngest at covenant have come to as…

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Basketball season right around the corner

in Sports

By Miles Dickinson Earlier this week, basketball practice for the boys high school eagles and for the high school lady eagles started. The high school boys have had conditioning for the past two weeks, but their first official practice at the HLC was this Monday. The high school Lady Eagles had their first practice at…

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Competition at Upper School fall retreat

in Feature/News

Ella Bumgardner Covenant’s Upper School students finished out their week before fall break at their annual fall retreat. Fall retreat was located locally this year at Lewis Memorial Baptist Church. The students had a time of competition and bonding in a different atmosphere outside of the classroom. House Augustine was able to move from 4th…

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