Hello TCS families. Let’s take some time this month to thank the Lord for His blessings in our lives. Psalm 107:1 says, “Give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; His love endures forever”. Here are a few news items that we wanted to share with you.

1st Grade Voting Lesson:

The first grade students enjoyed participating in their own election on Tuesday! They read the book “Duck for President” and learned what kind of candidates Duck and Farmer Brown would be. Students weighed the pros and cons of each platform, created their own voter registration cards, and casted their votes! It was a tight race, Farmer Brown won by one vote! Hence, we had a discussion on the importance of every single vote.  

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4th Grade Election:

The fourth grade learned about the presidential election process by having our own election for class president. Each student prepared a speech, campaign poster, and a slogan. The candidates that wanted to run for president presented their speeches on Monday to the class. Our class voted on their class President and Vice President on Tuesday! The class selected Ryker Szuch as President and AJ Hiester as Vice-President! The fourth graders did an awesome job on this project and had a lot of fun in the process! 

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Allen Lima Youth Leadership:

Juniors Emma White and Ellie Clevenger will be representing Temple Christian in the Allen Lima Youth Leadership Program. This program is attended by students representing all Allen County schools. They will meet throughout the year dealing with team building, leadership styles, public speaking, diversity, and other leadership topics.

Chemistry Experiment:

Mrs. Stoodt’s chemistry class had a lab this week that demonstrated the concept of limiting reactants. They discovered that in chemical reactions, one of the reactants usually runs out first. The students were able to observe that the limiting reactant controls the amount of product that can be formed in a chemical reaction and apply that to the concepts they have been learning about in class.


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Virtual Veteran’s Day Program:

TCS is preparing a virtual Veteran’s Day Program for Veteran’s Day. The program will be available on the TCS website at 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 11th.

Parent/Teacher Conferences:  

TCS will be holding its parent-teacher conferences on November 23rd from 1:30 P.M.- 8:00 P.M.  Parents may schedule in-person conferences or virtual conferences.  Elementary conferences will be set up by each classroom teacher.  Middle school and high school conferences may be set up by contacting the high school office and scheduling a time.

Harvest Market and Pulled Pork Fundraiser:

TCS will be hosting a Flea Market Craft Fair and Pulled Pork Dinner Fundraiser to benefit Temple Christian School’s Junior and Senior classes on Sat., Nov. 14th from 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. All meal tickets have been sold for the Pulled Pork. You can pick up the meals at TCS on Nov. 14th from 11:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.  No dine-in area will be available this year. 

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Toys for Tots:  

TCS is once again a collection site for Toys for Tots.  We have a collection box near the elementary office.  If you would like to donate, please bring a new unwrapped toy by Dec. 4, 2020.  Boxes will be collected the week of Dec. 7, 2020.  Thank you!  

Picture Retakes:  

Our picture retake date was inadvertently left off the printed school calendar.  Lifetouch will be here December 1, 2020 for retakes.  


Don't miss this deal for early orders on the 2021 TCS Yearbook! Order your yearbook by Friday, November 20th (before Thanksgiving break) for only $40.00 and name personalization for $5.00 and you will receive 4 FREE ICONS on your front cover. That's a $12 value for free. Return the completed form along with cash or check to Mrs. Searcy or turn it in at either office. You can also order online at www.jostens.com.  

Dress Code Reminders: 

Two quick reminders regarding TCS dress code:  Shorts are only permitted in August, September, October, April, and May.  So students may not wear shorts during the winter months.  Also, black shirts and sweaters are not part of the TCS dress code. Students may wear navy, white, gray, light blue, and red or burgundy shirts. Thank you.

OHSAA JH/HS Winter Sports Meeting: 

There will not be an in-person meeting this year. Mr. McPheron will email a video link on Tuesday November 10th. Each JH/HS winter athlete and parent should watch the video for important information regarding winter sports. Head coaches for each sport will communicate any additional information for their specific teams in the coming weeks.

Important Dates:

Nov. 6       First Quarter Grade Cards Distributed

Nov. 10     OHSAA Winter Sports Meeting for JH/HS athletes (There will not be an in-person meeting - video link will be emailed out)

Nov. 11   Virtual Veteran’s Day Program (Will be made available on TCS website)

Nov. 12   Early Release  1:00 P.M. - Faculty Development

Nov. 18   Witness Wear

Nov. 23   Early Release  1:00 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 

Nov. 23   Parent/Teacher Conferences  1:30-8:00 P.M.

Nov. 24   No School - Thanksgiving Break Begins

Nov. 30   School Resumes

Lunch Menu for the Week of Nov. 9

Monday         Sloppy Joe Sandwich, Tater Tots, Fruit

Tuesday         Pizza  $1.00/Slice

Wednesday   Grilled Cheese, Sugar Cookie, Yogurt Cup

Thursday       Chicken Quesadilla, Yogurt Parfait

Friday           Pizza  $1.00/Slice