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As of 8/1/19

Each House will be assigned only one school-wide event to plan. During the first Parent Meeting, House Leaders will randomly draw either a Community Service or Fellowship Event. There will be 2 Community Service and 2 Fellowship events per school year.

These House school-wide opportunities will be planned during the following months: 

October or November (Fellowship)

December (Community Service)

January or February (Community Service)

March or April (Fellowship)

Community Service: Examples: collection for a charity or go to a charity and serve

  • 20 points for your House for sponsoring (if applicable)

  • The House with the most donated items or most in attendance gets 10 points.

  • If you are collecting donations, each student must provide an item to be counted. The money spent on an item has no bearing. If the project includes monetary donations, points should only be given for participation and not the amount given. For instance: Johnny and Susie are in the same family. They each donate $5 for a project. They get 1 point each. Points are earned by students and staff only.

  • If it’s a “serve-type event,” then every student, parent and teacher earns 1 point for their participation.

Fellowship Event: Examples: meet up for food, attend an event together or meet up at a park

  • 20 points for your House for sponsoring (if applicable)

  • Each staff, student and parent in attendance earns a point for their House.

  • The House with the most in attendance earns 10 extra points.

CCA Sponsored events: Every Fall, CCA will plan one Fellowship (Chick-fil-a night) and Community Service (Thank a Cop) event. The above guidelines for points apply.

There are many additional opportunities to earn points for your House. We will always announce the opportunity and make it clear who can receive points. Examples are: Spirit Days, Sports Events, Parent Meeting Spirit night, Box Top Collection, Field Trips and Maverick Games.

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