Religion

Religion

"All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work." - 2 Timothy 3:16-17

Current assignments:

A few weeks ago I had you look at Hebrews 11 and think about what it means to be faithful in prayer. Check out this awesome page and write out a prayer. Think about those in your life who may be sick or suffering, your family, leaders of our school, community, and country, church leaders, and those things that you are concerned about. I would love to read your prayers if you would like to share them with me. You can email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you like. If you do write a prayer please share them with your family. if you are able you can also print this page, color it and place it in a special place where you will be reminded to pray for yourself and the needs of others.

I am going to have you read a few sections so we can have this formation to guide our discussion. Read Exodus 16:2-4,6-8,11-15, 17:1-6We will get together for a ZOOM chat and talk about what you have read. I am sure you will be able to relate with the attitude of the Israelites! Maybe your parents can read with you! I miss seeing y’all and I cant wait to catch up! Yahnis will meet me for a ZOOM Meeting at 1:30pm on Wednesday, April 22Lewallen will meet me for a ZOOM Meeting at 2:15pm on Wednesday, April 22 Your teachers will email you the ZOOM ID and password

Now that Easter has past and the tomb of Jesus is empty, exciting things begin to unfold in the lives of the disciples. Please take some time to read ACTS 1-2 (both chapters)We will spend some time together talking about how the climate in Jerusalem has changed and what life is like for Jesus’ followers. They, like us today-but for very different reasons, are not able to go and mingle around in the community. Read and let’s talk about what exciting things are unfolding. We will meet for a ZOOM Meeting convo. I can’t wait to see y’all! Brunson will meet me for a ZOOM Meeting at 3:00pm on Tuesday, April 21Brown will meet me for a ZOOM Meeting at 3:00pm on Wednesday, April 22 Your teachers will email you the ZOOM ID and password

Previous assignments:

This is an important week in the life of the Christian church. Holy Week is the week that leads to easter and is a time where the church remembers the specific events in Jesus’ life that led to his arrest, crucifixion and resurrection on Easter Sunday. These events are significant because they not only remember the importance of Jesus’ sacrificial death on the cross for our sins but ALSO because these events make hundreds of years of Old Testament prophesy come true! For Christians, it is not just the importance of Jesus but all of those who came before Him in God’s story that make the whole story come together. Here is an activity for your to do with your families. You do not need to send me evidence of your work (although I love seeing them) but I would like you to work together as a family to complete this puzzle. Make sure to look up each scripture verse so you can put all the events into the correct order. I hope as you work together you can be reminded that Easter is not about bunnies or eggs but about God’s great love for us in sending His son into the world to give His life for our sins. You will need:A BibleScissorsGluePrinter and Legal size paper if possiblemarkers, colored pencils or crayons (optional)

Look up Hebrews 11:1 In this verse Paul is reminding the Hebrew people what faith is. Read it yourself-either on the computer or in your own bible. In the attached page take some time to write out the verse and answer the other questions on the page. Take some time to consider what you can learn from God’s Word.

The last time we were together we looked at how Moses came into the lives of Pharaoh's family. His life did not get any less exciting. If you can find The Prince of Egypt on Netflix i recommend you watch it. Whether you watch it or not I would like for your to do the following assignment and complete the attached page. 1) Read Exodus Chapters 3 and 4 (if you don't remember what we did in the last weeks at school, start reading at Chapter 1). While it may seem like a lot of reading it really is a good story. Don't worry about pronouncing weird names correctly. This is a really central part of God's story. From this point all of the history of God's people is established and His people look back on these days throughout history. Knowing the details will help you understand your faith. 2) after you read take some time to complete the crossword that is attached here

In the 6th grade we have been talking about the radical ways that Jesus spoke to His "audiences" and taught His disciples. Sometimes he angered people, other times he healed and loved people that no one else would speak to. He truly was a radical! Jesus knew that He would leave this earth. Before He did He made a point to try and help His people develop some important skills. One of them was prayer. It is no secret that through the decades prayer has been a way for God's people to remain connected to Him. It is a way to seek council, comfort, and even direction through life’s challenges. Your assignment: 1) Read Luke 11:1-13 and respond by answering - Jesus says, "when you pray, say", what? You do not need to type out the entire text. responding with a nickname or description is fine. 2) Complete the crossword puzzle here.

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COVID-19 Response

COVID-19 Response Information

First things first: We miss you and we hope you are staying well! Your well-being, health, and safety are of the utmost importance to us. Second: We thank you! Our teachers, staff, parents, and students have already shown tremendous grace, patience, understanding, and cooperation during this most unusual time. Third: We congratulate you! Our young students are putting forth great effort to continue their academic progress while at home. Teachers have already reported on just how proud they are! Please remember that All Saints' is following the mandate by the SC Dept. of Education and SCISA to continue with instruction in this modified way. Fourth: We acknowledge that there are challenges! We know mothers, fathers, grandparents, and other caregivers are making sacrifices to stay home, assist with school work, and entertain young, energetic minds and bodies! We will continue to be a partner in this and do all we can as a school to assist. Thank you again for all your help and support. Sincerely, Joan Pennstrom, Head of School

COVID-19 Updates & News:

Mrs. Pennstrom met with all Specials teachers yesterday to determine a plan for including their curriculum in the weekly assignments. You can expect to hear from your classroom teacher regarding these assignments.

Please check in with your teacher daily. Attendance and academic progress are being tracked through email with teachers. Continue to check e-news as we plan to update you regularly.

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New 2k Program

2K Program - NEW!

2K Tuition and Fee Schedule

2k Tuition and Fee additional information

2k aftercare options

2K Classroom Information

2K Program at All Saints’

Beginning August 2020 This new 2K program is a unique blend of fun and learning in the supportive, nurturing, Christian environment that has made All Saints’ an extraordinary educational experience in Florence since 1960. Our teachers foster a love for learning through play, inquiry, and a literacy-rich environment. We focus on life skills, language, social, and physical development. Our goal is to encourage emerging independence and to present opportunities for children to develop as individuals and as part of a group. Children learn through self-discovery, invention, exploration, and creativity. 2K program is Monday—Friday. Enrollment options: 7:30 AM-6:00 PM or 7:30 AM-11:50 AM. Aftercare or Aftercare PLUS may be added to annual tuition. Hot lunch is available at an additional fee. Students must be 2 years old by September 1, 2020. Each classroom will have up to 12 students with one lead teacher and one teacher assistant; 6:1 student to teacher ratio. Weekly enrichment classes include art, music, Spanish, library, and PE. Being potty trained is not a requirement for this program. Spaces are limited. Priority admission given to siblings of current All Saints’ students who are enrolled for the 2020-2021 school year. For more information contact Beth Hopewell: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 843-662-8134. All Saints’ Episcopal Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, or religion. Need-based financial assistance is available.

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