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News 2018-19

Join Us! We’re Hiring Dedicated Teachers

We’re seeking a teacher who would like to join our team. If you are caring, compassionate and have a love for teaching, apply today!

Job Descriptions:

Grace Christian Academy is currently seeking a qualified full-time teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. The position includes lesson planning, implementation/instruction, and grading of the following subjects: 5/6 English Grammar, 5/6 Writing, 5/6 Reading, 5/6 Bible, 1st Grade Reading. Please note: The 5th and 6th grade class is a combined class. We offer low student-teacher ratios.
Requirements: • BA/BS/Undergraduate, • Minimum experience 1-2 years Full-Time Salary: Yearly salary commensurate with education and teaching experience. Background Check: Required
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We are also seeking a part-time teacher for our after-school care. This position includes supervising 5 to 10 children, assisting students with homework, and minimal lesson planning for afternoon activities.
Requirements: At least 18 years of age, enjoys working with children, working towards an education degree (or equivalent experience with children). Background Check: Required

To apply, please submit a GCA Teacher Application (pdf) and a resume to Gianna Grajeda at ggrajeda@gcanv.com. Applications & resumes are being accepted Jan. 25 - May 31, 2019.



 

GCA September 2018 Student of the Month: Claire Smith

GCA After School Program is available Monday-Friday from 3:05-5:30 p.m.
After school care is available for partial school days, due to Parent/Teacher Conferences and the day before some holidays. The school office is closed on all holidays and non-school days.
Price: $7 per day, per child • Grades: K - 8th
For more information, view/download After School Program Parent Handbook (pdf).



 

Congratulations to Gwen Gomes (4th Grade), our January 2019 “Student of the Month” award winner with proud mom below.

GCA January 2019 Student of the Month: Gwen Gomes

 

Congratulations to Sarah Marshall (6th Grade), our December 2018 “Student of the Month” award winner with proud parents below.

GCA December 2018 Student of the Month: Sarah Marshall

 

Congratulations to Nikolai Nikolov (1st Grade), our November 2018 “Student of the Month” award winner with proud parents below.

GCA November 2018 Student of the Month: Nikolai Nikolov

 

Congratulations to Louie Pierce (4th Grade), our October 2018 “Student of the Month” award winner with proud parents below.

GCA October 2018 Student of the Month: Louie Pierce

 

Congratulations to Claire Smith (8th Grade), our September 2018 “Student of the Month” award winner with proud mom below.

GCA September 2018 Student of the Month: Claire Smith

 

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Offerings of Grace 2018: fundraising dinner auction for Grace Christian Academy

News Archive

School year 2017-2018

School year 2016-2017

School year 2015-2016

Calendar

• View/download our School Calendar 2019-20 (pdf)

• View/download our School Calendar 2018-19 (pdf)

• View/download our School Calendar 2017-18 (pdf)

• View/download our School Calendar 2016-17 (pdf)

• View/download our School Calendar 2015-16 (pdf)

Supply Lists

View/download the following suppy lists:
Kindergarten (pdf)
1st Grade (pdf)
2nd Grade (pdf)
3rd-4th Grade (pdf)
5th-6th Grade (pdf)
7th-8th Grade (pdf)

Uniforms

Uniform Guidelines

Polo shirt OR Oxford style shirt (girls and boys):
  • a. short or long sleeve
  • b. solid navy, burgundy, grey, hunter green, or white color (with or without GCA logo stitch**)
  • c. purple polo with GCA logo stitch**
  • d. may be worn with a black, navy, or burgundy tie (optional)
Sweater, vest, cardigan, GCA sweatshirt (girls and boys):
  • a. allowed over shirt or blouse
  • b. sweater may be navy, black, or white color (with or without GCA logo)
  • c. GCA logo sweatshirt allowed at all times (Submit a Sweatshirt Order Form to place an order.)
  • d. Solid navy or white color (with or without GCA logo stitch**)
Pants OR shorts (girls and boys) OR capris (girls only):
  • a. belt loop style and worn at the waist
  • b. solid khaki or navy
  • c. walking short length for shorts (knee length)
  • d. not tight, skinny, undersized or oversized
  • e. bellbottoms, or cargo styling
  • f. may be worn with a belt (optional)
Skirts or skorts or jumpers (girls only):
  • a. khaki or navy solid color
  • b. knee length (touching the floor when kneeling)
Shoes (girls and boys):
  • a. no open-toed or open-backed shoes
  • b. must be worn with socks or tights
Socks (girls and boys):
  • a. solid black, navy, or white
  • b. knee highs and tights – solid white, cream, navy, or black

As the school determines, events and field trips may call for other clothing options. Grace Christian Academy may adjust and amend the dress code to suit an activity.
**All purple and GCA logo items are specially ordered through the school office.

Free Dress

On the last Friday of each month, free dress will be allowed for students. On those days, students are expected to follow the above general notes. Additional free dress days may be added when Student Council has gone through the proper process to obtain approval.

P.E. Dress Code & Supplies

Kindergarten through grade 2:
1. GCA Logo Purple T-Shirt* (Submit a P.E. T-shirt Order Form to place an order.)
2. Good athletic shoes
*These selected items may be worn on the day of your scheduled P.E. class.

Grades 3 through 8:
Students will come to school in the normal dress-code attire and change into their P.E. clothes during their lunch break.
1. Small gym bag (to hold contents listed below)
2. Good athletic shoes
3. GCA Logo Purple T-Shirt* (available through the school office)
4. Navy blue or black knee-length athletic shorts (no short shorts) and/or navy blue or black warm-up/ sweat pants (no leggings or yoga pants)
5. Sunscreen, sunglasses, visor or hat, towel, water bottle

Students in grades 3 through 8 who fail to dress for P.E. will receive a lower grade for that day. In addition, participation may be limited as a result of clothing choice and the level of activity.

Dress Code

Grace Christian Academy is a workplace for students and teachers. All are to dress in a way that facilitates our work and that shows respect for the school and for others. If unsure whether or not an item meets the spirit of the dress code, consider if the item conforms to school activity, is modest, is in line with the uniform guidelines (below), and whether or not the item will draw extra attention toward the wearer and away from the school as a workplace. If still unsure, please check with a teacher or the office prior to wearing the item to school.

General Notes:
• Neat and clean.
• Hair is to be naturally colored, neatly groomed, and conservatively styled.
• Shoes designed for laces are to be worn with appropriate, tied laces.
• If a student becomes cold in a classroom, he/she may wear a sweater (plain navy blue or white) or a GCA Logo item. (NO jackets are to be worn inside the classroom)
• Outerwear coats, jackets, non-GCA sweatshirts, and hats are to be worn outside only.
• Each student is required to own at least one purple GCA logo Polo or Oxford style shirt to be worn on field trips and during assemblies.
• Each student is required to own at least one GCA logo style sweatshirt .
• Each student is required to own at least one P.E. logo style t-shirt.

The following items are not within the dress code and are not to be worn to school:
• Tee-shirts, halter tops, tank tops, midriff shirts, low-cut tops, tight-fitting tops or body suits, sweat suits, wind suits, sun dresses with spaghetti straps, and any bare-shouldered garments
• Cut-off shorts, tennis shorts, bike pants and leggings of any types
• Baggy, sagging, or dragging the floor clothing
• Excessive jewelry, makeup, or perfume that is looking for attention or is too obvious
• Visible tattoos or jewelry in pierced body parts (other than simple earrings for girls)