Ethan Collier (3rd grader at SCA) had another great bowling season. He won 3 state awards in his age division including State Superlative for High Average (The highest average in league play for the year, breaking his own state record with 158), State Superlative for High Series (The highest 3-game series in league play with 578), and placed second in the 10 and under Pepsi tournament which included a $150 scholarship. He also broke the Bantam division state record for high game (243) during the State Tournament in Charleston.
Congratulations to our Volunteer of the Year, Mr. Craig Lambert! Mr. Lambert helped establish the SCA Jumpers. For two years, he has devoted time to help Mrs. Mosely teach a great group of 3rd through 5th grade students different jump rope techniques and how jumping rope can improve overall health. Mr. Lambert's devotion to the SCA Jumpers, his servant's heart, and his desire to see students grow in body and spirit made him the perfect recipient of the Volunteer of the Year!
Ridley Pearson, author of the Kingdom Keepers series held a contest this past summer. He decided to seek input from his readers about how the series should end. He had over 150,000 entries from all over the world and all 50 states. Rising 8th grade student, Madi Burke, was chosen as a winner! Her acknowledgement appears at the end of the book along with the other winners and honorable mentions. Madi’s parents want to express their deepest gratitude to all the SCA teachers past and present who have motivated Madi’s love of reading and writing.