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Important News for Parents

Survey Results Are In...

Thanks to the PCA parents for taking part in an important parent survey.  As promised, PCA’s Board of Directors plan to engage parents, via parent surveys, as we feel strongly that you should be a part of the decision making process.  The survey was conducted to aid our board in making some important decisions concerning transportation, after school care and lunch catering.  Below are the results and the decisions based on your feedback.

  • 82% of parents replied that they would be transporting their children to school
  • 38% of parents preferred an after school program and daycare pick-up
  • 62% of parents indicated they would pack a healthy lunch for their child

Transportation

In reviewing the numbers, we are asking PEAK (Parents Encouraging Academic Knowledge), our new parent organization, to assist with transportation coordination for car-pooling.  We encourage you to get in touch with us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you do not have transportation for your child and wish to coordinate with other parents.

After School Care

In response to the after school care survey responses, PCA has arranged with the Dover YMCA to pick-up students after school.  We have also confirmed that Westview Church Daycare and LaPetite will also pick-up students after school.  PCA is open to working with other daycares to arrange pick-up.

Lunch

With the overwhelming number of parents packing lunches, it would be difficult to contract a caterer.  We will begin the school year asking all parents to pack lunch with a liquid for their student.  If parents choose to hire a caterer at some point during the school year, the PEAK organization will arrange a caterer.  Most prices for catering averaged $3.00 per day and need a commitment of at least 180 students.

Again, we want parents to make these important decisions, and we respect your input.  Please feel free to contact me with any ideas or concerns.  I look forward to visiting with you at the next PEAK meeting.  The PEAK meeting schedule is below.    PEAK meetings will be held at the school in the cafetorium from 6pm until 7pm.

  • August 15, 2013
  • September 17, 2013
  • October 17, 2013
  • November 19, 2013
  • December 19, 2013

Debbie Clary, Board Chair
Pinnacle Classical Academy

Faculty & Staff Introductions

JULY 19, 2013

GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY
HAMRICK HALL - BLANTON AUDITORIUM
http://maps.gardner-webb.edu

PARENTS AND STUDENTS WELCOME

Pinnacle Classical Academy will introduce the faculty and staff for the 2013-2014 school year on July 19th, at 6:30 PM at Hamrick Hall, on the campus of Gardner-Webb University. Parents, students and the public are invited to attend.

There will be two sessions of introductions so that all family members have an opportunity to meet and greet their teachers and staff. Kindergarten through Second grade faculty and staff will open with introductions from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Then family members will be asked to exit the auditorium so they can meet briefly with their child’s teachers outside or in the foyer of the auditorium (if inclement weather). Third through Sixth grade faculty and staff will be introduced from 8:00-9:00 PM.  Afterwards, family members will have time to meet briefly with their child’s teachers in the auditorium or outside.

"We are very fortunate to have such a qualified and amazing group of teachers who are excited about the opportunity to teach your children.  Our teacher assistants, administrative assistant, assistant principal, and custodian are topnotch and will aid our teachers to ensure all children receive a quality premier college preparatory education in a safe and friendly environment," stated Dr. Danielle Robertson, Headmaster. "We look forward to introducing this fine staff and meeting our students as we look forward to our inaugural year at Pinnacle."