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November 17 Announcements

Please consider donating to Springwood School on Giving Tuesday. Stay tuned for more information about Giving Tuesday, a global initiative scheduled for November 28, 2017!

   

Refer to our FACEBOOK page for more information.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CAMPBELL’S CLOSING LABELS PROGRAM

 

After many years of Labels for Education, Campbell’s is closing the program at the end of 2017.  Please send in any Labels you have collected as PTO can bank them before the end of December.  Thank you for your help!

 


SGA CAN-A-THON NOVEMBER 1 – DECEMBER 8

 

We need your help to feed the hungry.  All collected cans are donated to the Christian Service Center and help feed local families.

In grades K4-3rd, the class with the most cans will win a pizza party; grades 4th-6th with the most cans will also win a pizza party!

Students in 7th-12th send/bring cans to Mr. Reynolds room (HS Building) or Mrs. Ward’s room (MC Building).

 

 

THE GOAL THIS YEAR IS 2000 CANS!  HELP US REACH THAT GOAL AND FEED FAMILIES IN NEED. 


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Friday, November 17

AISA Football Tripleheader Championship @ Troy University

Scholastic Book Fair Ends

-Monday, November 20:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Tuesday, November 21:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24: 

Thanksgiving Break

-Tuesday, November 28:

BKB @ Macon East: JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 29:

AISA All-Star Football Player Report: Montgomery AL

Sessions:  Service to the School Presentation

-Thursday, November 30:

AISA All-Star Cheerleaders Report: Montgomery AL

BKB vs EMCA: JVB-5pm, VG-6pm, VB-7:30pm


Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

 

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November 15 Announcements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


START HOLIDAY SHOPPING EARLY

 

 

It’s not too early to start your Holiday shopping!

The Spirit Store will be open in the conference room on Thursday during Thanksgiving lunches.

 

 

 


CAMPBELL’S CLOSING LABELS PROGRAM

 

After many years of Labels for Education, Campbell’s is closing the program at the end of 2017.  Please send in any Labels you have collected as PTO can bank them before the end of December.  Thank you for your help!

 


THANKSGIVING MEAL…PLEASE JOIN US!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SGA CAN-A-THON NOVEMBER 1 – DECEMBER 8

 

We need your help to feed the hungry.  All collected cans are donated to the Christian Service Center and help feed local families.

In grades K4-3rd, the class with the most cans will win a pizza party; grades 4th-6th with the most cans will also win a pizza party!

Students in 7th-12th send/bring cans to Mr. Reynolds room (HS Building) or Mrs. Ward’s room (MC Building).

 

THE GOAL THIS YEAR IS 2000 CANS!  HELP US REACH THAT GOAL AND FEED FAMILIES IN NEED.


OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD ENDS NOVEMBER 15

The 7th-12th grade will be packing OCC boxes during Sessions on Wednesday, November 15.

Let’s see who can pack the most boxes!

7th-8th grades – Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 2-4.

9th-10th grades- Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 5-9.

11th-12th grades-Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 10-14.

In addition the SGA is asking that each high school student donate $4 to help with shipping costs for the shoe boxes. Please bring all shoe box donations and dollar donations to Mrs. Ward.

Springwood’s 4th – 6th grades will be packing boxes also. Their goal is 20 boxes this year.

Anyone can fill a shoe box and bring to the school by November 15.  Please include the $9 shipping cost for each box.  Label your box with age group and boy or girl.

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTION ON WHAT ITEMS TO SEND.


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Wednesday, November 15

Mix It Up Day at Lunch

Sessions: Operation Christmas Child

Scholastic Book Fair

-Thursday, November 16

Scholastic Book Fair

Thanksgiving Meal

BKB @ EMCA: JVG-5pm-JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Friday, November 17

AISA Football Tripleheader Championship @ Troy University

Scholastic Book Fair Ends

-Monday, November 20:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Tuesday, November 21:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24: 

Thanksgiving Break

-Tuesday, November 28:

BKB @ Macon East: JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 29:

AISA All-Star Football Player Report: Montgomery AL

Sessions:  Service to the School Presentation

-Thursday, November 30:

AISA All-Star Cheerleaders Report: Montgomery AL

BKB vs EMCA: JVB-5pm, VG-6pm, VB-7:30pm


Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

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November 13 Announcements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


FALL SPORTS AWARD PROGRAM TONIGHT

The Fall Athletic Awards Program will be TONIGHT beginning at 6:30pm in the FAC. We will recognize all Springwood Athletic teams and individuals who competed in the fall season.   Families may want to plan to eat together before or after the program as a way to celebrate the successful fall season we have enjoyed at Springwood.


CAMPBELL’S CLOSING LABELS PROGRAM

 

After many years of Labels for Education, Campbell’s is closing the program at the end of 2017.  Please send in any Labels you have collected as PTO can bank them before the end of December.  Thank you for your help!

 


THANKSGIVING MEAL…PLEASE JOIN US!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SGA CAN-A-THON NOVEMBER 1 – DECEMBER 8

 

We need your help to feed the hungry.  All collected cans are donated to the Christian Service Center and help feed local families.

In grades K4-3rd, the class with the most cans will win a pizza party; grades 4th-6th with the most cans will also win a pizza party!

Students in 7th-12th send/bring cans to Mr. Reynolds room (HS Building) or Mrs. Ward’s room (MC Building).

 

 

THE GOAL THIS YEAR IS 2000 CANS!  HELP US REACH THAT GOAL AND FEED FAMILIES IN NEED. 


OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD ENDS NOVEMBER 15

The 7th-12th grade will be packing OCC boxes during Sessions on Wednesday, November 15.

Let’s see who can pack the most boxes!

7th-8th grades – Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 2-4.

9th-10th grades- Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 5-9.

11th-12th grades-Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 10-14.

In addition the SGA is asking that each high school student donate $4 to help with shipping costs for the shoe boxes. Please bring all shoe box donations and dollar donations to Mrs. Ward.

Springwood’s 4th – 6th grades will be packing boxes also. Their goal is 20 boxes this year.

Anyone can fill a shoe box and bring to the school by November 15.  Please include the $9 shipping cost for each box.  Label your box with age group and boy or girl.

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTION ON WHAT ITEMS TO SEND.


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Monday, November 13:

Progress Reports

Fall Sports Award Program – 6:30pm – FAC

Scholastic Book Fair Begins

-Tuesday, November 14:

Scholastic Book Fair

BKB @ Evangel:  JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 15

Mix It Up Day at Lunch

Sessions: Operation Christmas Child

Scholastic Book Fair

-Thursday, November 16

Scholastic Book Fair

Thanksgiving Meal

BKB @ EMCA: JVG-5pm-JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Friday, November 17

AISA Football Tripleheader Championship @ Troy University

Scholastic Book Fair Ends

-Monday, November 20:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Tuesday, November 21:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24: 

Thanksgiving Break

-Tuesday, November 28:

BKB @ Macon East: JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 29:

AISA All-Star Football Player Report: Montgomery AL

Sessions:  Service to the School Presentation

-Thursday, November 30:

AISA All-Star Cheerleaders Report: Montgomery AL

BKB vs EMCA: JVB-5pm, VG-6pm, VB-7:30pm


Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

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November 10 Announcements

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 OFFICIAL VETERANS DAY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Veterans Day Program at Springwood

The faculty, staff and students at Springwood School were pleased to host a Veterans Day program Wednesday morning held in the Boswell GymnasiumRetired Lieutenant Colonel Ned Linch served as our keynote speaker and shared a wonderful message with our students.

History teacher Mr. Murphy Wood took all of our attendees on a visual tour of Veterans Day.  History teacher Mr. Warren Nolen introduced our guest speaker and there were many performances by students from the invocation to singing songs.   We were honored to hear the Springwood High Chorus, the Springwood Band and our 4th-6th grade Chorus.

Special thanks goes to Mr. David Owen, our High School Administrator, who coordinated the entire program.  Once again a very special event.  Thank you to all that attended and participated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CAMPBELL’S CLOSING LABELS PROGRAM

 

After many years of Labels for Education, Campbell’s is closing the program at the end of 2017.  Please send in any Labels you have collected as PTO can bank them before the end of December.  Thank you for your help!

 

 


THANKSGIVING MEAL…PLEASE JOIN US!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SGA CAN-A-THON NOVEMBER 1 – DECEMBER 8

 

We need your help to feed the hungry.  All collected cans are donated to the Christian Service Center and help feed local families.

In grades K4-3rd, the class with the most cans will win a pizza party; grades 4th-6th with the most cans will also win a pizza party!

 

Students in 7th-12th send/bring cans to Mr. Reynolds room (HS Building) or Mrs. Ward’s room (MC Building).

 

THE GOAL THIS YEAR IS 2000 CANS!  HELP US REACH THAT GOAL AND FEED FAMILIES IN NEED.  


OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD ENDS NOVEMBER 15

The 7th-12th grade will be packing OCC boxes during Sessions on Wednesday, November 15.

Let’s see who can pack the most boxes!

7th-8th grades – Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 2-4.

9th-10th grades- Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 5-9.

11th-12th grades-Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 10-14.

 

In addition the SGA is asking that each high school student donate $4 to help with shipping costs for the shoe boxes. Please bring all shoe box donations and dollar donations to Mrs. Ward.

Springwood’s 4th – 6th grades will be packing boxes also. Their goal is 20 boxes this year.

Anyone can fill a shoe box and bring to the school by November 15.  Please include the $9 shipping cost for each box.  Label your box with age group and boy or girl.

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTION ON WHAT ITEMS TO SEND.


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Friday, November 10:

AISA Football Semi-Finals Championship

-Monday, November 13:

Progress Reports

Fall Sports Award Program – 6:30pm – FAC

Scholastic Book Fair Begins

-Tuesday, November 14:

Scholastic Book Fair

BKB @ Evangel:  JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 15

Mix It Up Day at Lunch

Sessions: Operation Christmas Child

Scholastic Book Fair

-Thursday, November 16

Scholastic Book Fair

Thanksgiving Meal

BKB @ EMCA: JVG-5pm-JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Friday, November 17

AISA Football Tripleheader Championship @ Troy University

Scholastic Book Fair Ends

-Monday, November 20:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Tuesday, November 21:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24: 

Thanksgiving Break

-Tuesday, November 28:

BKB @ Macon East: JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 29:

AISA All-Star Football Player Report: Montgomery AL

Sessions:  Service to the School Presentation

-Thursday, November 30:

AISA All-Star Cheerleaders Report: Montgomery AL

BKB vs EMCA: JVB-5pm, VG-6pm, VB-7:30pm


Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

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November 8 Announcements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Congratulations to the Springwood Theatre Society

Congratulations to the Springwood Theatre Society for a wonderful day at the Walter A. Trumbauer District Theatre Festival in Opelika.

With “Excellent” scores winning blue ribbons…

Duet Musical Dramatic Varsity:  Lillie and Curry Hoats

Solo Musical Female Dramatic Varsity:   Lillie Hoats

Solo Musical Female Dramatic Novice:  Paige Albertson

Group Acting Category for their scene from “The Breakfast Club”:  Cole Hoiness, Madison Kimbrough, Brittany McDaniel, Sofia Shrewsbury, and Mallory Steenbergen

Cast of “Faces of Freedom”:  Sofia Shrewsbury, Kitty Key, John Hart, Hallie Miller, Cole Hoiness, Mallory Steenbergen, Brittany McDaniel, Lillie Hoats, Madison Kimbrough, Curry Hoats, Paige Albertson, Maya Battle, J.P. Moore, Kali Claunch

Selected “All Star Cast” with “Superior” scores:  Sofia Shrewsbury and Kitty Key

Receiving a red ribbon for Solo Musical Female Dramatic Varsity:  Rachel Remmel

With “Superior” scores, receiving red ribbons and representing Springwood at State are Kitty Key for Solo Acting Female Contemporary Dramatic Varsity and Solo Musical Female Dramatic Varsity, Hallie Miller for Solo Musical Female Comedic Novice, Curry Hoats for Solo Musical Female Dramatic Novice.

Congratulations to all!


CAMPBELL’S CLOSING LABELS PROGRAM

 

After many years of Labels for Education, Campbell’s is closing the program at the end of 2017.  Please send in any Labels you have collected as PTO can bank them before the end of December.  Thank you for your help!

 

 


THANKSGIVING MEAL…PLEASE JOIN US!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SGA CAN-A-THON NOVEMBER 1 – DECEMBER 8

 

We need your help to feed the hungry.  All collected cans are donated to the Christian Service Center and help feed local families.

In grades K4-3rd, the class with the most cans will win a pizza party; grades 4th-6th with the most cans will also win a pizza party!

Students in 7th-12th send/bring cans to Mr. Reynolds room (HS Building) or Mrs. Ward’s room (MC Building).

THE GOAL THIS YEAR IS 2000 CANS!  HELP US REACH THAT GOAL AND FEED FAMILIES IN NEED.

 


OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD ENDS NOVEMBER 15

The 7th-12th grade will be packing OCC boxes during Sessions on Wednesday, November 15.

Let’s see who can pack the most boxes!

7th-8th grades – Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 2-4.

9th-10th grades- Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 5-9.

11th-12th grades-Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 10-14.

 

In addition the SGA is asking that each high school student donate $4 to help with shipping costs for the shoe boxes. Please bring all shoe box donations and dollar donations to Mrs. Ward.

Springwood’s 4th – 6th grades will be packing boxes also. Their goal is 20 boxes this year.

Anyone can fill a shoe box and bring to the school by November 15.  Please include the $9 shipping cost for each box.  Label your box with age group and boy or girl.

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTION ON WHAT ITEMS TO SEND.


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Wednesday, November 8:

Veteran’s Day Program –9:45am-Gymnasium

Cotillion at 2:15pm-3:30pm

-Thursday, November 9:

Troy University Rep @ 9:28am

-Friday, November 10:

AISA Football Semi-Finals Championship

-Monday, November 13:

Progress Reports

Scholastic Book Fair Begins

-Tuesday, November 14:

Scholastic Book Fair

BKB @ Evangel:  JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 15

Sessions: Operation Christmas Child

Scholastic Book Fair

-Thursday, November 16

Scholastic Book Fair

Thanksgiving Meal

BKB @ EMCA: JVG-5pm-JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Friday, November 17

AISA Football Tripleheader Championship @ Troy University

Scholastic Book Fair Ends

-Monday, November 20:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Tuesday, November 21:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24: 

Thanksgiving Break

-Tuesday, November 28:

BKB @ Macon East: JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 29:

AISA All-Star Football Player Report: Montgomery AL

Sessions:  Service to the School Presentation

-Thursday, November 30:

AISA All-Star Cheerleaders Report: Montgomery AL

BKB vs EMCA: JVB-5pm, VG-6pm, VB-7:30pm


COLLEGE INFORMATION….A MUST READ!

Sharing three portions of electronic notes shared with all of the seniors today when our recruiter from AUM visited campus today:

Do Yourself a FAFSA: Finish Your Financial Aid Form

Filling out the FAFSA will help you pay for college. You need it for financial aid and many scholarships. Use this quick Q&A guide to learn more about the FAFSA so you can get as much cash for college as possible.

Q: What is the FAFSA?

A: FAFSA stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA will determine if you can receive a Pell Grant, and most schools require it to apply for scholarships. The FAFSA helps you get money to use for college that you never have to pay back.

 Q: How can I fill out my FAFSA?

 A: At www.fafsa.gov you will create a profile, answer basic questions about yourself, and fill in tax information. This only takes about an hour, and you can get assistance filling out your FAFSA at the free Cash for College Summer Drop-In Center (fb link).

Q: Why fill out the FAFSA?  A: You will qualify for federal and state financial aid, and also for need- and merit-based financial aid scholarships from your college. Most Alabama high school seniors who complete the FAFSA receive financial aid to pay for college, and many university scholarships are based on the FAFSA.

Q: Who can fill out a FAFSA?  A: Anyone who is going to college. You should fill out the FAFSA so you can get as much money for school as possible.

Q: How much money will I get?  A: You can get up to $5,920 each year from the Pell Grant. There are also thousands of college scholarships that require the FAFSA.

Q: What is a Pell Grant?  A: A Pell Grant is “gift aid” because it does not have to be paid back. It is a need-based federal grant, which means that it is given based on your or your family’s financial circumstances.

Q: How can I take out loans?

A: A loan is borrowed money that must be paid back with an extra charge called interest. Filling out the FAFSA will determine if you qualify for federal loans, which cost less than loans from other lenders like banks and lending companies that charge more interest.

Q: When can I fill out my FAFSA?  A: Each year the FAFSA opens on October 1. Fill it out as soon as possible.

Q: When is the last day to submit my FAFSA?  A: The priority deadline for FAFSA is March 1. Students who file before this date receive two times more cash for college. The federal FAFSA deadline is June 30, but don’t wait.

Q: Where can I use the money I get from my FAFSA?  A: You can use your Pell Grant and scholarships at any participating institution. It can be used for two-year and four-year technical and academic programs. This money can pay for college costs like tuition, books, and housing at college.

Q: Can I use my Pell Grant for technical education programs?  A: Yes.

Q: How many times can I get a Pell Grant?

A: You can reapply for a Pell Grant for a total of 12 semesters, or about six years. Most college programs are finished in two or four years, so this means you can get free federal aid for the whole time you’re in school.

Q: How many scholarships can I apply for?  A: As many as possible. Finish your FAFSA and start applying for scholarships as early as you can. Like the Pell Grant, scholarships never have to be paid back. You can find scholarships at www.collegegreenlight.com or www.achievealabama.org, or through your college’s financial aid office.

Important information for the Class of 2018

  • If you are interested in applying to Samford University in Birmingham the deadline is December 1st.  Apply at Samford.edu/apply or for more information call 205-SAMFORD
  • AMEA or ALABAMA ELECTRIC AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP – is offering 44 individual $2,500.00 scholarships to eligible seniors who attend either a 2 or 4 year school within the state of Alabama.  Students must be receiving their electricity from the city of Lanett.  Applications can be picked up from Mr. Owen and are due by February 12, 2018.
  • The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Scholarship ranges in awards from $6,000 to $25,000.00  Students with financial need should apply at scholarships@horatioalger.org
  • SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes – Enter at www.suntrust.com/offtocollege
  • All HS Seniors and college undergrads are eligible with no GPA or financial need necessary.  Two $500.00 scholarship winners are chosen bi-weekly from October 30th to May 14, 2018.
  • www.smithscholarships.com
  • $15,000.00 in scholarships available renewable annually.

Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

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November 6 Announcements


HEADMASTER’S MESSAGE FOR NOVEMBER

This is a great time of the year with the fascinating colors and cooler weather. November will be filled with many activities and moments. Please check the school website and blog regularly for updates and information.

We want to invite all Springwood families to two annual special events held this month. Wednesday, November 8 will be the Veteran’s Day program. Mr. David Owen and the Veteran’s Day committee will present the program at 9:45am in the Boswell gymnasium. The second event is the Springwood Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, November 16. Please see the details about the meal in the blog. It is always a great time of fellowship and giving thanks.

We also enjoy the full week of Thanksgiving to spend time with family and friends. We pray the Springwood family will stay safe throughout the month as we continue to live out our focus verse for the school year. ‘Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence, and to moral excellence add knowledge.’

My thanks to you for entrusting Springwood to help in the education of your child focusing on mind, body and spirit. I hope we will all demonstrate gratitude through the entire year.

Sincerely,

Rick Johnson
Headmaster


ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT COCA-COLA SALES ENDS TODAY AT NOON

Make sure to get your orders in by noon today!


THANKSGIVING MEAL…PLEASE JOIN US!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 VETERAN’S DAY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



SGA CAN-A-THON NOVEMBER 1 – DECEMBER 8

We need your help to feed the hungry.  All collected cans are donated to the Christian Service Center and help feed local families.

In grades K4-3rd, the class with the most cans will win a pizza party; grades 4th-6th with the most cans will also win a pizza party!

Students in 7th-12th send/bring cans to Mr. Reynolds room (HS Building) or Mrs. Ward’s room (MC Building).

THE GOAL THIS YEAR IS 2000 CANS!  HELP US REACH THAT GOAL AND FEED FAMILIES IN NEED.

 


OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD ENDS NOVEMBER 15

The 7th-12th grade will be packing OCC boxes during Sessions on Wednesday, November 15.  Let’s see who can pack the most boxes!

7th-8th grades – Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 2-4.

9th-10th grades- Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 5-9.

11th-12th grades-Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 10-14.

In addition the SGA is asking that each high school student donate $4 to help with shipping costs for the shoe boxes. Please bring all shoe box donations and dollar donations to Mrs. Ward.

Springwood’s 4th – 6th grades will be packing boxes also. Their goal is 20 boxes this year.

Anyone can fill a shoe box and bring to the school by November 15.  Please include the $9 shipping cost for each box.  Label your box with age group and boy or girl.

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTION ON WHAT ITEMS TO SEND.


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Wednesday, November 8:

Veteran’s Day Program – Gymnasium

Cotillion at 2:15pm-3:30pm

-Thursday, November 9:

Troy University Rep @ 9:28am

-Friday, November 10:

AISA Football Semi-Finals Championship

-Monday, November 13:

Progress Reports

Scholastic Book Fair Begins

-Tuesday, November 14:

Scholastic Book Fair

BKB @ Evangel:  JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 15

Sessions: Operation Christmas Child

Scholastic Book Fair

-Thursday, November 16

Scholastic Book Fair

Thanksgiving Meal

BKB @ EMCA: JVG-5pm-JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Friday, November 17

AISA Football Tripleheader Championship @ Troy University

Scholastic Book Fair Ends

-Monday, November 20:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Tuesday, November 21:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24: 

Thanksgiving Break

-Tuesday, November 28:

BKB @ Macon East: JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 29:

AISA All-Star Football Player Report: Montgomery AL

Sessions:  Service to the School Presentation

-Thursday, November 30:

AISA All-Star Cheerleaders Report: Montgomery AL

BKB vs EMCA: JVB-5pm, VG-6pm, VB-7:30pm


COLLEGE INFORMATION….A MUST READ!

Sharing three portions of electronic notes shared with all of the seniors today when our recruiter from AUM visited campus today:

Do Yourself a FAFSA: Finish Your Financial Aid Form

Filling out the FAFSA will help you pay for college. You need it for financial aid and many scholarships. Use this quick Q&A guide to learn more about the FAFSA so you can get as much cash for college as possible.

Q: What is the FAFSA?

A: FAFSA stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA will determine if you can receive a Pell Grant, and most schools require it to apply for scholarships. The FAFSA helps you get money to use for college that you never have to pay back.

 Q: How can I fill out my FAFSA?

 A: At www.fafsa.gov you will create a profile, answer basic questions about yourself, and fill in tax information. This only takes about an hour, and you can get assistance filling out your FAFSA at the free Cash for College Summer Drop-In Center (fb link).

Q: Why fill out the FAFSA?  A: You will qualify for federal and state financial aid, and also for need- and merit-based financial aid scholarships from your college. Most Alabama high school seniors who complete the FAFSA receive financial aid to pay for college, and many university scholarships are based on the FAFSA.

Q: Who can fill out a FAFSA?  A: Anyone who is going to college. You should fill out the FAFSA so you can get as much money for school as possible.

Q: How much money will I get?  A: You can get up to $5,920 each year from the Pell Grant. There are also thousands of college scholarships that require the FAFSA.

Q: What is a Pell Grant?  A: A Pell Grant is “gift aid” because it does not have to be paid back. It is a need-based federal grant, which means that it is given based on your or your family’s financial circumstances.

Q: How can I take out loans?

A: A loan is borrowed money that must be paid back with an extra charge called interest. Filling out the FAFSA will determine if you qualify for federal loans, which cost less than loans from other lenders like banks and lending companies that charge more interest.

Q: When can I fill out my FAFSA?  A: Each year the FAFSA opens on October 1. Fill it out as soon as possible.

Q: When is the last day to submit my FAFSA?  A: The priority deadline for FAFSA is March 1. Students who file before this date receive two times more cash for college. The federal FAFSA deadline is June 30, but don’t wait.

Q: Where can I use the money I get from my FAFSA?  A: You can use your Pell Grant and scholarships at any participating institution. It can be used for two-year and four-year technical and academic programs. This money can pay for college costs like tuition, books, and housing at college.

Q: Can I use my Pell Grant for technical education programs?  A: Yes.

Q: How many times can I get a Pell Grant?

A: You can reapply for a Pell Grant for a total of 12 semesters, or about six years. Most college programs are finished in two or four years, so this means you can get free federal aid for the whole time you’re in school.

Q: How many scholarships can I apply for?  A: As many as possible. Finish your FAFSA and start applying for scholarships as early as you can. Like the Pell Grant, scholarships never have to be paid back. You can find scholarships at www.collegegreenlight.com or www.achievealabama.org, or through your college’s financial aid office.

Important information for the Class of 2018

  • If you are interested in applying to Samford University in Birmingham the deadline is December 1st.  Apply at Samford.edu/apply or for more information call 205-SAMFORD
  • AMEA or ALABAMA ELECTRIC AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP – is offering 44 individual $2,500.00 scholarships to eligible seniors who attend either a 2 or 4 year school within the state of Alabama.  Students must be receiving their electricity from the city of Lanett.  Applications can be picked up from Mr. Owen and are due by February 12, 2018.
  • The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Scholarship ranges in awards from $6,000 to $25,000.00  Students with financial need should apply at scholarships@horatioalger.org
  • SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes – Enter at www.suntrust.com/offtocollege
  • All HS Seniors and college undergrads are eligible with no GPA or financial need necessary.  Two $500.00 scholarship winners are chosen bi-weekly from October 30th to May 14, 2018.
  • www.smithscholarships.com
  • $15,000.00 in scholarships available renewable annually.

Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

Monday, November 6th, 2017 General Announcements Comments Off on November 6 Announcements

November 3 Announcements


SGA CAN-A-THON

The SGA Can-A-thon began on Wednesday, November 1 and will end on Friday, Dec. 8. We need your help to feed the hungry.  All collected cans are donated to the Christian Service Center and help feed local families.

In grades K4-3rd, the class with the most canS will win a pizza party; grades 4th-6th with the most cans will also win a pizza party!

Students in 7th-12th send/bring cans to Mr. Reynolds room (HS Building) or Mrs. Ward’s room (MC Building).

THE GOAL THIS YEAR IS 2000 CANS!  HELP US REACH THAT GOAL AND FEED FAMILIES IN NEED.


OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD

 

The 7th-12th grade will be packing OCC boxes during Sessions on Wednesday, Nov. 15.  Let’s see who can pack the most boxes!

7th-8th grades – Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 2-4.

9th-10th grades- Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 5-9.

11th-12th grades-Bring in shoe box items for boys and girls ages 10-14.

In addition the SGA is asking that each high school student donate $4 to help with shipping costs for the shoe boxes.  Bring bring donations to Mrs. Ward.

Please bring all shoe box donations and dollar donations to Mrs. Ward.

Springwood’s 4th – 6th grades will be packing boxes also. Their goal is 20 boxes this year.

Anyone can fill a shoe box and bring to the school by Nov. 15.  Please include the $9 shipping cost for each box.  Label your box with age group and boy or girl.

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTION ON WHAT ITEMS TO SEND.


U R KEYS 2 DRV SUMMIT

 

 

 

 

 

 

A great group of students represented Springwood School as Student Ambassadors at the 2017 Teen Driver Summit at Alabama Community College today! Thank you students for attending.  #URKEYS2DRV

 

 

 

 

 


FCA “FIRST IMPORTANCE” YOUTH RALLY

 

 

 

Springwood had some great students representing the FCA “First Importance Youth Rally”.  Springwood also was represented in the band at the event by one of our alum…Michael Fagan…Class of 2008!  Thank you Mr. Owen, Coach McCullough and a special thanks to Mitchell Dean.

 

 

 

 


ROBOTICS GAME DAY COMPETITION RESULTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Results from the Robotics Game Day competition:

Team exhibit: 8th,
Sportsmanship: 8th
Marketing presentations: 9th
Overall, Springwood placed 10th out of 25 teams at the competition.

Great job Springwood Robotics Team!


ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT COCA-COLA SALES

We are pleased to announce that we will begin our Coca Cola Sale to benefit our Athletic Department.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLICK HERE FOR ORDER FORM

All proceeds from this sale will go towards a project or items for each sport at Springwood.  If your child plays multiple sports, their proceeds will be split up evenly between the sports.  If your child does not play a sport at Springwood, we would still appreciate your support by either selling cases of drinks or purchasing a case (or two!).  Listed below are our projects/items and the goal for each team:

FALL SPORTS

Cheer– $1,500-Cheer stand refurbishment

Cross Country– $500-Meet entry fees

Football– $1,500-Uniforms for 2018-19 season

WINTER SPORTS

Boys and Girls Basketball– $1,000- New basketballs and storage cages for basketballs

SPRING SPORTS

Baseball– $1,750- 2017 scoreboard “upgrade” (Year 2 of payment)

Golf– $1000- Golf course usage fees

Soccer– $1,500- new nets for goals and soccer balls

Softball– $1,250- 2017 scoreboard “upgrade” (Year 2 of payment)

Tennis– $1,500- Refinish tennis court

Track– $500- Meet entry fees

Thanks for your support of Wildcat Athletics!


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Friday, November 3:

AISA First Round Football Playoffs

Deadline for December 9 ACT Test Date

-Saturday, November 4:

SAT Test Date

District Trumbauer Festival: Opelika HS

-Wednesday, November 8:

Veteran’s Day Program – Gymnasium

Cotillion at 2:15pm-3:30pm

-Thursday, November 9:

Troy University Rep @ 9:28am

-Friday, November 10:

AISA Football Semi-Finals Championship

-Monday, November 13:

Progress Reports

Scholastic Book Fair Begins

-Tuesday, November 14:

Scholastic Book Fair

BKB @ Evangel:  JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 15

Sessions: Operation Christmas Child

Scholastic Book Fair

-Thursday, November 16

Scholastic Book Fair

Thanksgiving Meal

BKB @ EMCA: JVG-5pm-JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Friday, November 17

AISA Football Tripleheader Championship @ Troy University

Scholastic Book Fair Ends

-Monday, November 20:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Tuesday, November 21:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24: 

Thanksgiving Break

-Tuesday, November 28:

BKB @ Macon East: JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 29:

AISA All-Star Football Player Report: Montgomery AL

Sessions:  Service to the School Presentation

-Thursday, November 30:

AISA All-Star Cheerleaders Report: Montgomery AL

BKB vs EMCA: JVB-5pm, VG-6pm, VB-7:30pm

 


COLLEGE INFORMATION….A MUST READ!

Sharing three portions of electronic notes shared with all of the seniors today when our recruiter from AUM visited campus today:

Do Yourself a FAFSA: Finish Your Financial Aid Form

Filling out the FAFSA will help you pay for college. You need it for financial aid and many scholarships. Use this quick Q&A guide to learn more about the FAFSA so you can get as much cash for college as possible.

Q: What is the FAFSA?

A: FAFSA stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA will determine if you can receive a Pell Grant, and most schools require it to apply for scholarships. The FAFSA helps you get money to use for college that you never have to pay back.

 Q: How can I fill out my FAFSA?

 A: At www.fafsa.gov you will create a profile, answer basic questions about yourself, and fill in tax information. This only takes about an hour, and you can get assistance filling out your FAFSA at the free Cash for College Summer Drop-In Center (fb link).

Q: Why fill out the FAFSA?  A: You will qualify for federal and state financial aid, and also for need- and merit-based financial aid scholarships from your college. Most Alabama high school seniors who complete the FAFSA receive financial aid to pay for college, and many university scholarships are based on the FAFSA.

Q: Who can fill out a FAFSA?  A: Anyone who is going to college. You should fill out the FAFSA so you can get as much money for school as possible.

Q: How much money will I get?  A: You can get up to $5,920 each year from the Pell Grant. There are also thousands of college scholarships that require the FAFSA.

Q: What is a Pell Grant?  A: A Pell Grant is “gift aid” because it does not have to be paid back. It is a need-based federal grant, which means that it is given based on your or your family’s financial circumstances.

Q: How can I take out loans?

A: A loan is borrowed money that must be paid back with an extra charge called interest. Filling out the FAFSA will determine if you qualify for federal loans, which cost less than loans from other lenders like banks and lending companies that charge more interest.

Q: When can I fill out my FAFSA?  A: Each year the FAFSA opens on October 1. Fill it out as soon as possible.

Q: When is the last day to submit my FAFSA?  A: The priority deadline for FAFSA is March 1. Students who file before this date receive two times more cash for college. The federal FAFSA deadline is June 30, but don’t wait.

Q: Where can I use the money I get from my FAFSA?  A: You can use your Pell Grant and scholarships at any participating institution. It can be used for two-year and four-year technical and academic programs. This money can pay for college costs like tuition, books, and housing at college.

Q: Can I use my Pell Grant for technical education programs?  A: Yes.

Q: How many times can I get a Pell Grant?

A: You can reapply for a Pell Grant for a total of 12 semesters, or about six years. Most college programs are finished in two or four years, so this means you can get free federal aid for the whole time you’re in school.

Q: How many scholarships can I apply for?  A: As many as possible. Finish your FAFSA and start applying for scholarships as early as you can. Like the Pell Grant, scholarships never have to be paid back. You can find scholarships at www.collegegreenlight.com or www.achievealabama.org, or through your college’s financial aid office.

Alabama College Application/Cash for College Campaign Overview

ALCAC/Cash for College Campaign is a statewide initiative implemented in over 300 high schools across the state of Alabama. As part of the nationwide American College Application Campaign® (ACAC) initiative, ALCAC/Cash for College seeks to increase the number of students who pursue postsecondary education. It also focuses on FAFSA completion and Financial Aid awareness throughout the state.

The Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC)

October 30 – November 3 is Alabama College Application Week!!!
The Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC) is a statewide initiative of high schools with a goal to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students who pursue postsecondary education. The purpose is to help high school seniors navigate the college admissions process and ensure each participating student submits at least one admissions application.

The Alabama College Application Campaign Week will be held October 30-November 3, 2017 at participating high schools. All high schools interest in participating are asked to complete a registration form to indicate their interest in joining ALCAC as a host site in 2017. The ALCAC coordinator will follow up with your school upon receipt of a completed registration form to confirm your schools participation in the program.

Make an announcement to remind students that the event is next week, and remind them that they will need to:

Know where they would like to apply.

Have a plan for application fees and to speak with school counselor if they qualify for a fee waiver.

Write required essays or personal statements and bring to the event.

Gather the information needed to complete applications. Some information may need to come from parents (residency information, social security number, etc.).

Important information for the Class of 2018

  • If you are interested in applying to Samford University in Birmingham the deadline is December 1st.  Apply at Samford.edu/apply or for more information call 205-SAMFORD

 The MAX4Kids Scholarship Program has announced plans to award 10 $2,500. scholarship awards to any senior that meets eligibility requirements.  The eligible student must open an account with MAX by November 1st, 2017. Applicants must attend a high school in east Alabama. Applicants must be a graduating senior in May of 2018 and plan to attend a University or College in the state of Alabama next year. Eligible applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 overall. Applications can be accessed online at www.myMAX.com  Mr. Owen also has a few hard copies of the application available to pick up. The Scholarship deadline is February 16, 2018.

The University of Dayton Leadership in Service Scholarship recipients from Springwood School. To be considered for this scholarship opportunity, students will need to apply to the University of Dayton. If they haven’t already, I encourage students to apply as soon as possible nominations by November 1st If you have questions, please contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at admission@udayton.edu or 800-UD PRIDE (800-837-7433).

  • AMEA or ALABAMA ELECTRIC AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP – is offering 44 individual $2,500.00 scholarships to eligible seniors who attend either a 2 or 4 year school within the state of Alabama.  Students must be receiving their electricity from the city of Lanett.  Applications can be picked up from Mr. Owen and are due by February 12, 2018.
  • The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Scholarship ranges in awards from $6,000 to $25,000.00  Students with financial need should apply at scholarships@horatioalger.org
  • 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards – are offering a $1,000.00 scholarship by applying at spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit  The deadline to apply is November 7th, 2017.  This opportunity is open to students in grades 5-12.
  • SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes – Enter at www.suntrust.com/offtocollege
  • All HS Seniors and college undergrads are eligible with no GPA or financial need necessary.  Two $500.00 scholarship winners are chosen bi-weekly from October 30th to May 14, 2018.
  • www.smithscholarships.com
  • $15,000.00 in scholarships available renewable annually.

Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

Friday, November 3rd, 2017 General Announcements Comments Off on November 3 Announcements

November 1 Announcements


REMINDER TO ALL JUNIORS AND SENIORS…

Complete the registration link today for your participation for the REAL LIFE 101 Work Shop on Friday morning. We will leave by 8:15 a.m. on Friday and return about 10:30 a.m. to campus.

* The GVACC is planning to host the 2nd Real Life 101 Seminar on November 3rd for all of Springwood’s juniors and seniors.  Students are asked to use the link below to enroll in the topic sessions that they are most interested in attending. The program will be held Friday morning, November 3rd at the SUSCC-Valley campus.  Students are to have completed the link and enrolled in three sessions by Wednesday morning at break.  http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07eep7fglzj8kbzao2/start

Expect to be dressed to impress for your participation on Friday.

Thanks!

Sincerely,

David Owen

HS Administrator

Springwood School


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT COCA-COLA SALES

We are pleased to announce that we will begin our Coca Cola Sale to benefit our Athletic Department.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLICK HERE FOR ORDER FORM

All proceeds from this sale will go towards a project or items for each sport at Springwood.  If your child plays multiple sports, their proceeds will be split up evenly between the sports.  If your child does not play a sport at Springwood, we would still appreciate your support by either selling cases of drinks or purchasing a case (or two!).  Listed below are our projects/items and the goal for each team:

FALL SPORTS

Cheer– $1,500-Cheer stand refurbishment

Cross Country– $500-Meet entry fees

Football– $1,500-Uniforms for 2018-19 season

WINTER SPORTS

Boys and Girls Basketball– $1,000- New basketballs and storage cages for basketballs

SPRING SPORTS

Baseball– $1,750- 2017 scoreboard “upgrade” (Year 2 of payment)

Golf– $1000- Golf course usage fees

Soccer– $1,500- new nets for goals and soccer balls

Softball– $1,250- 2017 scoreboard “upgrade” (Year 2 of payment)

Tennis– $1,500- Refinish tennis court

Track– $500- Meet entry fees

Thanks for your support of Wildcat Athletics!


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Thursday, November 2: 

Jr. Ambassasor “First Importance” Rally

UR Keys 2 Drive

-Friday, November 3:

AISA First Round Football Playoffs

Deadline for December 9 ACT Test Date

-Saturday, November 4:

SAT Test Date

District Trumbauer Festival: Opelika HS

-Wednesday, November 8:

Veteran’s Day Program – Gymnasium

Cotillion at 2:15pm-3:30pm

-Thursday, November 9:

Troy University Rep @ 9:28am

-Friday, November 10:

AISA Football Semi-Finals Championship

-Monday, November 13:

Progress Reports

Scholastic Book Fair Begins

-Tuesday, November 14:

Scholastic Book Fair

BKB @ Evangel:  JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 15

Sessions: Operation Christmas Child

Scholastic Book Fair

-Thursday, November 16

Scholastic Book Fair

Thanksgiving Meal

BKB @ EMCA: JVG-5pm-JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Friday, November 17

AISA Football Tripleheader Championship @ Troy University

Scholastic Book Fair Ends

-Monday, November 20:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Tuesday, November 21:

Thanksgiving Break

BKB Springwood Tournament

-Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24: 

Thanksgiving Break

-Tuesday, November 28:

BKB @ Macon East: JVG-5pm, JVB-6pm, VG-7pm, VB-8:30pm

-Wednesday, November 29:

AISA All-Star Football Player Report: Montgomery AL

Sessions:  Service to the School Presentation

-Thursday, November 30:

AISA All-Star Cheerleaders Report: Montgomery AL

BKB vs EMCA: JVB-5pm, VG-6pm, VB-7:30pm


FREE COLLEGE APPLICATION WEEK

The following colleges will waive application fees next week:
Alabama A& M University
Alabama State University (ASU)
Alcorn State University
Auburn University at Montgomery
Benedict College
Berea College
Bethune-Cookman College
Claflin University
Concordia College
Dillard University
Edward Waters College
Fisk University
Fortis College
Georgia College
Hampton University
Jackson State University
Jacksonville State University
Judson College
Marion Military Institute
Miles College
Mississippi Valley State
Murray State University
Norfolk State University
Selma University
Springhill College
Stillman College
Talladega College
The University of Montevallo
The University of North Alabama (UNA)
The University of Tennessee (Knoxville)
The University of West Alabama
Troy University – USE CODE:  ALCA2017
Tuskegee University
University of Dayton
Western Kentucky University
Xavier University of Louisiana


COLLEGE INFORMATION….A MUST READ!

Sharing three portions of electronic notes shared with all of the seniors today when our recruiter from AUM visited campus today:

Do Yourself a FAFSA: Finish Your Financial Aid Form

Filling out the FAFSA will help you pay for college. You need it for financial aid and many scholarships. Use this quick Q&A guide to learn more about the FAFSA so you can get as much cash for college as possible.

Q: What is the FAFSA?

A: FAFSA stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA will determine if you can receive a Pell Grant, and most schools require it to apply for scholarships. The FAFSA helps you get money to use for college that you never have to pay back.

 Q: How can I fill out my FAFSA?

 A: At www.fafsa.gov you will create a profile, answer basic questions about yourself, and fill in tax information. This only takes about an hour, and you can get assistance filling out your FAFSA at the free Cash for College Summer Drop-In Center (fb link).

Q: Why fill out the FAFSA?  A: You will qualify for federal and state financial aid, and also for need- and merit-based financial aid scholarships from your college. Most Alabama high school seniors who complete the FAFSA receive financial aid to pay for college, and many university scholarships are based on the FAFSA.

Q: Who can fill out a FAFSA?  A: Anyone who is going to college. You should fill out the FAFSA so you can get as much money for school as possible.

Q: How much money will I get?  A: You can get up to $5,920 each year from the Pell Grant. There are also thousands of college scholarships that require the FAFSA.

Q: What is a Pell Grant?  A: A Pell Grant is “gift aid” because it does not have to be paid back. It is a need-based federal grant, which means that it is given based on your or your family’s financial circumstances.

Q: How can I take out loans?

A: A loan is borrowed money that must be paid back with an extra charge called interest. Filling out the FAFSA will determine if you qualify for federal loans, which cost less than loans from other lenders like banks and lending companies that charge more interest.

Q: When can I fill out my FAFSA?  A: Each year the FAFSA opens on October 1. Fill it out as soon as possible.

Q: When is the last day to submit my FAFSA?  A: The priority deadline for FAFSA is March 1. Students who file before this date receive two times more cash for college. The federal FAFSA deadline is June 30, but don’t wait.

Q: Where can I use the money I get from my FAFSA?  A: You can use your Pell Grant and scholarships at any participating institution. It can be used for two-year and four-year technical and academic programs. This money can pay for college costs like tuition, books, and housing at college.

Q: Can I use my Pell Grant for technical education programs?  A: Yes.

Q: How many times can I get a Pell Grant?

A: You can reapply for a Pell Grant for a total of 12 semesters, or about six years. Most college programs are finished in two or four years, so this means you can get free federal aid for the whole time you’re in school.

Q: How many scholarships can I apply for?  A: As many as possible. Finish your FAFSA and start applying for scholarships as early as you can. Like the Pell Grant, scholarships never have to be paid back. You can find scholarships at www.collegegreenlight.com or www.achievealabama.org, or through your college’s financial aid office.

Alabama College Application/Cash for College Campaign Overview

ALCAC/Cash for College Campaign is a statewide initiative implemented in over 300 high schools across the state of Alabama. As part of the nationwide American College Application Campaign® (ACAC) initiative, ALCAC/Cash for College seeks to increase the number of students who pursue postsecondary education. It also focuses on FAFSA completion and Financial Aid awareness throughout the state.

The Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC)

October 30 – November 3 is Alabama College Application Week!!!
The Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC) is a statewide initiative of high schools with a goal to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students who pursue postsecondary education. The purpose is to help high school seniors navigate the college admissions process and ensure each participating student submits at least one admissions application.

The Alabama College Application Campaign Week will be held October 30-November 3, 2017 at participating high schools. All high schools interest in participating are asked to complete a registration form to indicate their interest in joining ALCAC as a host site in 2017. The ALCAC coordinator will follow up with your school upon receipt of a completed registration form to confirm your schools participation in the program.

Make an announcement to remind students that the event is next week, and remind them that they will need to:

Know where they would like to apply.

Have a plan for application fees and to speak with school counselor if they qualify for a fee waiver.

Write required essays or personal statements and bring to the event.

Gather the information needed to complete applications. Some information may need to come from parents (residency information, social security number, etc.).

Important information for the Class of 2018

  • If you are interested in applying to Samford University in Birmingham the deadline is December 1st.  Apply at Samford.edu/apply or for more information call 205-SAMFORD

 The MAX4Kids Scholarship Program has announced plans to award 10 $2,500. scholarship awards to any senior that meets eligibility requirements.  The eligible student must open an account with MAX by November 1st, 2017. Applicants must attend a high school in east Alabama. Applicants must be a graduating senior in May of 2018 and plan to attend a University or College in the state of Alabama next year. Eligible applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 overall. Applications can be accessed online at www.myMAX.com  Mr. Owen also has a few hard copies of the application available to pick up. The Scholarship deadline is February 16, 2018.

The University of Dayton Leadership in Service Scholarship recipients from Springwood School. To be considered for this scholarship opportunity, students will need to apply to the University of Dayton. If they haven’t already, I encourage students to apply as soon as possible nominations by November 1st If you have questions, please contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at admission@udayton.edu or 800-UD PRIDE (800-837-7433).

  • AMEA or ALABAMA ELECTRIC AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP – is offering 44 individual $2,500.00 scholarships to eligible seniors who attend either a 2 or 4 year school within the state of Alabama.  Students must be receiving their electricity from the city of Lanett.  Applications can be picked up from Mr. Owen and are due by February 12, 2018.
  • The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Scholarship ranges in awards from $6,000 to $25,000.00  Students with financial need should apply at scholarships@horatioalger.org
  • 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards – are offering a $1,000.00 scholarship by applying at spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit  The deadline to apply is November 7th, 2017.  This opportunity is open to students in grades 5-12.
  • SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes – Enter at www.suntrust.com/offtocollege
  • All HS Seniors and college undergrads are eligible with no GPA or financial need necessary.  Two $500.00 scholarship winners are chosen bi-weekly from October 30th to May 14, 2018.
  • www.smithscholarships.com
  • $15,000.00 in scholarships available renewable annually.

Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 General Announcements Comments Off on November 1 Announcements

October 30 Announcements


 

 

The Class of 2018 expresses appreciation to all those who helped support the
Fall Festival with their time, energy and participation. In spite of the
inclement weather, the festival was very successful and everyone had a great
time working together.

 

 

 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT COCA-COLA SALES

We are pleased to announce that we will begin our Coca Cola Sale to benefit our Athletic Department.

CLICK HERE FOR ORDER FORM

All proceeds from this sale will go towards a project or items for each sport at Springwood.  If your child plays multiple sports, their proceeds will be split up evenly between the sports.  If your child does not play a sport at Springwood, we would still appreciate your support by either selling cases of drinks or purchasing a case (or two!).  Listed below are our projects/items and the goal for each team:

FALL SPORTS

Cheer– $1,500-Cheer stand refurbishment

Cross Country– $500-Meet entry fees

Football– $1,500-Uniforms for 2018-19 season

WINTER SPORTS

Boys and Girls Basketball– $1,000- New basketballs and storage cages for basketballs

SPRING SPORTS

Baseball– $1,750- 2017 scoreboard “upgrade” (Year 2 of payment)

Golf– $1000- Golf course usage fees

Soccer– $1,500- new nets for goals and soccer balls

Softball– $1,250- 2017 scoreboard “upgrade” (Year 2 of payment)

Tennis– $1,500- Refinish tennis court

Track– $500- Meet entry fees

Thanks for your support of Wildcat Athletics!


BLOOD DRIVE

 


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-Monday, October 30 is Trumbauer Parent Night at 7pm (more details to come)

-Our Annual BLOOD DRIVE will be held on Monday, October 30

-Grades 4-6 will visit the Floating Classroom on Tuesday, October 31


FREE COLLEGE APPLICATION WEEK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following colleges will waive application fees next week:
Alabama A& M University
Alabama State University (ASU)
Alcorn State University
Auburn University at Montgomery
Benedict College
Berea College
Bethune-Cookman College
Claflin University
Concordia College
Dillard University
Edward Waters College
Fisk University
Fortis College
Georgia College
Hampton University
Jackson State University
Jacksonville State University
Judson College
Marion Military Institute
Miles College
Mississippi Valley State
Murray State University
Norfolk State University
Selma University
Springhill College
Stillman College
Talladega College
The University of Montevallo
The University of North Alabama (UNA)
The University of Tennessee (Knoxville)
The University of West Alabama
Troy University – USE CODE:  ALCA2017
Tuskegee University
University of Dayton
Western Kentucky University
Xavier University of Louisiana


COLLEGE INFORMATION….A MUST READ!

Sharing three portions of electronic notes shared with all of the seniors today when our recruiter from AUM visited campus today:

Do Yourself a FAFSA: Finish Your Financial Aid Form

Filling out the FAFSA will help you pay for college. You need it for financial aid and many scholarships. Use this quick Q&A guide to learn more about the FAFSA so you can get as much cash for college as possible.

Q: What is the FAFSA?

A: FAFSA stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA will determine if you can receive a Pell Grant, and most schools require it to apply for scholarships. The FAFSA helps you get money to use for college that you never have to pay back.

 Q: How can I fill out my FAFSA?

 A: At www.fafsa.gov you will create a profile, answer basic questions about yourself, and fill in tax information. This only takes about an hour, and you can get assistance filling out your FAFSA at the free Cash for College Summer Drop-In Center (fb link).

Q: Why fill out the FAFSA?  A: You will qualify for federal and state financial aid, and also for need- and merit-based financial aid scholarships from your college. Most Alabama high school seniors who complete the FAFSA receive financial aid to pay for college, and many university scholarships are based on the FAFSA.

Q: Who can fill out a FAFSA?  A: Anyone who is going to college. You should fill out the FAFSA so you can get as much money for school as possible.

Q: How much money will I get?  A: You can get up to $5,920 each year from the Pell Grant. There are also thousands of college scholarships that require the FAFSA.

Q: What is a Pell Grant?  A: A Pell Grant is “gift aid” because it does not have to be paid back. It is a need-based federal grant, which means that it is given based on your or your family’s financial circumstances.

Q: How can I take out loans?

A: A loan is borrowed money that must be paid back with an extra charge called interest. Filling out the FAFSA will determine if you qualify for federal loans, which cost less than loans from other lenders like banks and lending companies that charge more interest.

Q: When can I fill out my FAFSA?  A: Each year the FAFSA opens on October 1. Fill it out as soon as possible.

Q: When is the last day to submit my FAFSA?  A: The priority deadline for FAFSA is March 1. Students who file before this date receive two times more cash for college. The federal FAFSA deadline is June 30, but don’t wait.

Q: Where can I use the money I get from my FAFSA?  A: You can use your Pell Grant and scholarships at any participating institution. It can be used for two-year and four-year technical and academic programs. This money can pay for college costs like tuition, books, and housing at college.

Q: Can I use my Pell Grant for technical education programs?  A: Yes.

Q: How many times can I get a Pell Grant?

A: You can reapply for a Pell Grant for a total of 12 semesters, or about six years. Most college programs are finished in two or four years, so this means you can get free federal aid for the whole time you’re in school.

Q: How many scholarships can I apply for?  A: As many as possible. Finish your FAFSA and start applying for scholarships as early as you can. Like the Pell Grant, scholarships never have to be paid back. You can find scholarships at www.collegegreenlight.com or www.achievealabama.org, or through your college’s financial aid office.

Alabama College Application/Cash for College Campaign Overview

ALCAC/Cash for College Campaign is a statewide initiative implemented in over 300 high schools across the state of Alabama. As part of the nationwide American College Application Campaign® (ACAC) initiative, ALCAC/Cash for College seeks to increase the number of students who pursue postsecondary education. It also focuses on FAFSA completion and Financial Aid awareness throughout the state.

The Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC)

October 30 – November 3 is Alabama College Application Week!!!
The Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC) is a statewide initiative of high schools with a goal to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students who pursue postsecondary education. The purpose is to help high school seniors navigate the college admissions process and ensure each participating student submits at least one admissions application.

The Alabama College Application Campaign Week will be held October 30-November 3, 2017 at participating high schools. All high schools interest in participating are asked to complete a registration form to indicate their interest in joining ALCAC as a host site in 2017. The ALCAC coordinator will follow up with your school upon receipt of a completed registration form to confirm your schools participation in the program.

Make an announcement to remind students that the event is next week, and remind them that they will need to:

Know where they would like to apply.

Have a plan for application fees and to speak with school counselor if they qualify for a fee waiver.

Write required essays or personal statements and bring to the event.

Gather the information needed to complete applications. Some information may need to come from parents (residency information, social security number, etc.).

Important information for the Class of 2018

  • If you are interested in applying to Samford University in Birmingham the deadline is December 1st.  Apply at Samford.edu/apply or for more information call 205-SAMFORD

 The MAX4Kids Scholarship Program has announced plans to award 10 $2,500. scholarship awards to any senior that meets eligibility requirements.  The eligible student must open an account with MAX by November 1st, 2017. Applicants must attend a high school in east Alabama. Applicants must be a graduating senior in May of 2018 and plan to attend a University or College in the state of Alabama next year. Eligible applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 overall. Applications can be accessed online at www.myMAX.com  Mr. Owen also has a few hard copies of the application available to pick up. The Scholarship deadline is February 16, 2018.

The University of Dayton Leadership in Service Scholarship recipients from Springwood School. To be considered for this scholarship opportunity, students will need to apply to the University of Dayton. If they haven’t already, I encourage students to apply as soon as possible nominations by November 1st If you have questions, please contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at admission@udayton.edu or 800-UD PRIDE (800-837-7433).

  • AMEA or ALABAMA ELECTRIC AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP – is offering 44 individual $2,500.00 scholarships to eligible seniors who attend either a 2 or 4 year school within the state of Alabama.  Students must be receiving their electricity from the city of Lanett.  Applications can be picked up from Mr. Owen and are due by February 12, 2018.
  • The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Scholarship ranges in awards from $6,000 to $25,000.00  Students with financial need should apply at scholarships@horatioalger.org
  • 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards – are offering a $1,000.00 scholarship by applying at spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit  The deadline to apply is November 7th, 2017.  This opportunity is open to students in grades 5-12.
  • SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes – Enter at www.suntrust.com/offtocollege
  • All HS Seniors and college undergrads are eligible with no GPA or financial need necessary.  Two $500.00 scholarship winners are chosen bi-weekly from October 30th to May 14, 2018.
  • www.smithscholarships.com
  • $15,000.00 in scholarships available renewable annually.

Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

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October 27 Announcements


FALL FESTIVAL

All proceeds to help fund the junior/senior prom. In order for this event to be a success, we need everyone’s support.  Please join us and support the junior class in their efforts to raise money for the junior/senior prom.

BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY FOR FALL FESTIVAL AND SAVE 

The Junior Class is pre selling tickets for the Fall Festival.  Please send an envelope to your child’s teacher with your child’s name, grade, and how many tickets you would like to purchase. Ticket prices are 50 cents each or 2 for $1.00, $5.00 = 11 tickets, $10.00 = 22 tickets, and $22.00 = 44 tickets.  Please help support the Junior Class to raise money for the Junior/Senior Prom.

 

 


ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT COCA-COLA SALES

We are pleased to announce that we will begin our Coca Cola Sale to benefit our Athletic Department.

CLICK HERE FOR ORDER FORM

All proceeds from this sale will go towards a project or items for each sport at Springwood.  If your child plays multiple sports, their proceeds will be split up evenly between the sports.  If your child does not play a sport at Springwood, we would still appreciate your support by either selling cases of drinks or purchasing a case (or two!).  Listed below are our projects/items and the goal for each team:

FALL SPORTS

Cheer– $1,500-Cheer stand refurbishment

Cross Country– $500-Meet entry fees

Football– $1,500-Uniforms for 2018-19 season

WINTER SPORTS

Boys and Girls Basketball– $1,000- New basketballs and storage cages for basketballs

SPRING SPORTS

Baseball– $1,750- 2017 scoreboard “upgrade” (Year 2 of payment)

Golf– $1000- Golf course usage fees

Soccer– $1,500- new nets for goals and soccer balls

Softball– $1,250- 2017 scoreboard “upgrade” (Year 2 of payment)

Tennis– $1,500- Refinish tennis court

Track– $500- Meet entry fees

Thanks for your support of Wildcat Athletics!


BLOOD DRIVE

 


GREAT THINGS GOING ON AROUND SPRINGWOOD

-ACT Test Date is Saturday, October 28

-Saturday, October 28 will be GAME DAY for the Robotics Team

-FALL FESTIVAL will be held on Saturday, October 28 beginning at 4:30pm-7:30pm

-Monday, October 30 is Trumbauer Parent Night at 7pm (more details to come)

-Our Annual BLOOD DRIVE will be held on Monday, October 30

-Grades 4-6 will visit the Floating Classroom on Tuesday, October 31


FREE COLLEGE APPLICATION WEEK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following colleges will waive application fees next week:
Alabama A& M University
Alabama State University (ASU)
Alcorn State University
Auburn University at Montgomery
Benedict College
Berea College
Bethune-Cookman College
Claflin University
Concordia College
Dillard University
Edward Waters College
Fisk University
Fortis College
Georgia College
Hampton University
Jackson State University
Jacksonville State University
Judson College
Marion Military Institute
Miles College
Mississippi Valley State
Murray State University
Norfolk State University
Selma University
Springhill College
Stillman College
Talladega College
The University of Montevallo
The University of North Alabama (UNA)
The University of Tennessee (Knoxville)
The University of West Alabama
Troy University – USE CODE:  ALCA2017
Tuskegee University
University of Dayton
Western Kentucky University
Xavier University of Louisiana


COLLEGE INFORMATION….A MUST READ!

Sharing three portions of electronic notes shared with all of the seniors today when our recruiter from AUM visited campus today:

Do Yourself a FAFSA: Finish Your Financial Aid Form

Filling out the FAFSA will help you pay for college. You need it for financial aid and many scholarships. Use this quick Q&A guide to learn more about the FAFSA so you can get as much cash for college as possible.

Q: What is the FAFSA?

A: FAFSA stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA will determine if you can receive a Pell Grant, and most schools require it to apply for scholarships. The FAFSA helps you get money to use for college that you never have to pay back.

 Q: How can I fill out my FAFSA?

 A: At www.fafsa.gov you will create a profile, answer basic questions about yourself, and fill in tax information. This only takes about an hour, and you can get assistance filling out your FAFSA at the free Cash for College Summer Drop-In Center (fb link).

Q: Why fill out the FAFSA?  A: You will qualify for federal and state financial aid, and also for need- and merit-based financial aid scholarships from your college. Most Alabama high school seniors who complete the FAFSA receive financial aid to pay for college, and many university scholarships are based on the FAFSA.

Q: Who can fill out a FAFSA?  A: Anyone who is going to college. You should fill out the FAFSA so you can get as much money for school as possible.

Q: How much money will I get?  A: You can get up to $5,920 each year from the Pell Grant. There are also thousands of college scholarships that require the FAFSA.

Q: What is a Pell Grant?  A: A Pell Grant is “gift aid” because it does not have to be paid back. It is a need-based federal grant, which means that it is given based on your or your family’s financial circumstances.

Q: How can I take out loans?

A: A loan is borrowed money that must be paid back with an extra charge called interest. Filling out the FAFSA will determine if you qualify for federal loans, which cost less than loans from other lenders like banks and lending companies that charge more interest.

Q: When can I fill out my FAFSA?  A: Each year the FAFSA opens on October 1. Fill it out as soon as possible.

Q: When is the last day to submit my FAFSA?  A: The priority deadline for FAFSA is March 1. Students who file before this date receive two times more cash for college. The federal FAFSA deadline is June 30, but don’t wait.

Q: Where can I use the money I get from my FAFSA?  A: You can use your Pell Grant and scholarships at any participating institution. It can be used for two-year and four-year technical and academic programs. This money can pay for college costs like tuition, books, and housing at college.

Q: Can I use my Pell Grant for technical education programs?  A: Yes.

Q: How many times can I get a Pell Grant?

A: You can reapply for a Pell Grant for a total of 12 semesters, or about six years. Most college programs are finished in two or four years, so this means you can get free federal aid for the whole time you’re in school.

Q: How many scholarships can I apply for?  A: As many as possible. Finish your FAFSA and start applying for scholarships as early as you can. Like the Pell Grant, scholarships never have to be paid back. You can find scholarships at www.collegegreenlight.com or www.achievealabama.org, or through your college’s financial aid office.

Alabama College Application/Cash for College Campaign Overview

ALCAC/Cash for College Campaign is a statewide initiative implemented in over 300 high schools across the state of Alabama. As part of the nationwide American College Application Campaign® (ACAC) initiative, ALCAC/Cash for College seeks to increase the number of students who pursue postsecondary education. It also focuses on FAFSA completion and Financial Aid awareness throughout the state.

The Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC)

October 30 – November 3 is Alabama College Application Week!!!
The Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC) is a statewide initiative of high schools with a goal to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students who pursue postsecondary education. The purpose is to help high school seniors navigate the college admissions process and ensure each participating student submits at least one admissions application.

The Alabama College Application Campaign Week will be held October 30-November 3, 2017 at participating high schools. All high schools interest in participating are asked to complete a registration form to indicate their interest in joining ALCAC as a host site in 2017. The ALCAC coordinator will follow up with your school upon receipt of a completed registration form to confirm your schools participation in the program.

Make an announcement to remind students that the event is next week, and remind them that they will need to:

Know where they would like to apply.

Have a plan for application fees and to speak with school counselor if they qualify for a fee waiver.

Write required essays or personal statements and bring to the event.

Gather the information needed to complete applications. Some information may need to come from parents (residency information, social security number, etc.).

Important information for the Class of 2018

  • If you are interested in applying to Samford University in Birmingham the deadline is December 1st.  Apply at Samford.edu/apply or for more information call 205-SAMFORD

 The MAX4Kids Scholarship Program has announced plans to award 10 $2,500. scholarship awards to any senior that meets eligibility requirements.  The eligible student must open an account with MAX by November 1st, 2017. Applicants must attend a high school in east Alabama. Applicants must be a graduating senior in May of 2018 and plan to attend a University or College in the state of Alabama next year. Eligible applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 overall. Applications can be accessed online at www.myMAX.com  Mr. Owen also has a few hard copies of the application available to pick up. The Scholarship deadline is February 16, 2018.

The University of Dayton Leadership in Service Scholarship recipients from Springwood School. To be considered for this scholarship opportunity, students will need to apply to the University of Dayton. If they haven’t already, I encourage students to apply as soon as possible nominations by November 1st If you have questions, please contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at admission@udayton.edu or 800-UD PRIDE (800-837-7433).

  • AMEA or ALABAMA ELECTRIC AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP – is offering 44 individual $2,500.00 scholarships to eligible seniors who attend either a 2 or 4 year school within the state of Alabama.  Students must be receiving their electricity from the city of Lanett.  Applications can be picked up from Mr. Owen and are due by February 12, 2018.
  • The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Scholarship ranges in awards from $6,000 to $25,000.00  Students with financial need should apply at scholarships@horatioalger.org
  • 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards – are offering a $1,000.00 scholarship by applying at spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit  The deadline to apply is November 7th, 2017.  This opportunity is open to students in grades 5-12.
  • SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes – Enter at www.suntrust.com/offtocollege
  • All HS Seniors and college undergrads are eligible with no GPA or financial need necessary.  Two $500.00 scholarship winners are chosen bi-weekly from October 30th to May 14, 2018.
  • www.smithscholarships.com
  • $15,000.00 in scholarships available renewable annually.

Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

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