Nov 6 - Operation Christmas Child Packing Party
Nov 7 - Grandparents Day
Nov 11 - No School - Veterans Day
Maryville Christian School is currently in our 11th year with a kindergarten through eighth grade school. We are members of the Association of Christian Schools International in addition to being fully recognized from the Illinois State Board of Education. We represent over forty area churches through MCS families currently in our program. We exist to partner with families through a biblically based education known for academic excellence to cultivate servant leaders for Christ.
2014 Walk For Education
The students enjoy spending time with their friends and teachers as they walk to raise money for our school at the annual Walk for Education fundraiser.
MCS Red Ribbon Week
MCS is celebrating Red Ribbon Week in October where we are focusing on standing strong against peer pressure. We are understanding the need to lean on Jesus and to follow His Word when it comes to drugs, alcohol and violence against others. Mr. Kamadulski joins our students as we Sock It To Drugs on silly sock day.
Great Job MCS Cross Country Team at State
The MCS Cross Country team had a great season and finished with a strong effort at the State Cross Country Meet in Salem on Saturday, October 18th. We are all so proud of the Lion runners on a great season and for all of their hard work! Way to go runners!
MCS Launches OCC Mission Effort
MCS has begun its largest mission effort of the year to be the hands and feet of Christ through Operation Christmas Child. The students will be collecting items and having a packing party to reach kids for Christ on November 6th. These items will be shipped around the world to children in need. Pictured above are the classroom ambassodors that will be leading the effort in each grade level.
Mrs. Clarks PE Classes Study Healthy Eating Habits
The students at MCS recently finished their unit on healthy lifestyle choices during their PE classes. Mrs. Clark's Kindergarten through 5th Grade students finished the unit by making fruit kabobs and discussing the importance of eating "green light" foods. Pictured are the current MCS 3rd Grade Students. Way to go PE Classes!