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Grandparents Day Inspires and Encourages Relationships Among Generations

Grandparents Day is a very special event here at Mount Calvary, and each year, this two-day event gets bigger and better.

This year, we welcomed more than 700 grandparents to our Student Life Center! These special people were treated to a delicious meal, creative artwork, meaningful musical performances, a grandparent panel, and more. Students and teachers put months of preparation into this event, and it showed.

Thank you to Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Feucht for putting such intentionality into each musical piece selected, to Ms. Elofsky for the time and creativity in teaching and displaying the “Under the Sea” themed student artwork, Chef Greg for creating and executing a variety of themed dishes, our tech team for running three different programs, and to the army of parent and student volunteers (organized by our PTC)!

Comments from our grandparents in attendance included:

“We want to say thank you to all who designed these days for us. It is obvious the work and planning that goes into this program. The music teachers do a fantastic job with their work and time it takes to do this program. The artwork and table decorations were all very clever and go with the theme. The food was excellent. The teachers do a terrific job – not only teaching every day but doing Grandparents Day as well.

We want to express our sincere gratitude to everyone at Mount Calvary Christian School.  We praise the Lord for all that this school accomplishes on a daily basis.  We pray that the Lord will continue to bless the school.”

“This was our first Grandparents Day at MCCS. It was a great evening. I know how much work must go into this event. Thank you!”

“A very large job very well done! Thank you!

“Thank you to the entire MCCS team for all the hard work you put into the three amazing grandparents day events. We enjoyed all three, and it is heartwarming to know that our grandchildren are in such a wonderful environment with so many dedicated teachers who care so much for them.”