CrossPointe continues birthday tradition!

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Last Thursday during LIFE, Mrs. Dawson led the student body in singing “Happy Birthday” to those who had a birthday last week or over the summer. As you can see in the picture below, some who had a birthday were happier than others to be serenaded. If you are a CPP student with a birthday during the school year, get ready because your time to be serenaded is coming!

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Photo by journalism staff photographer Annabelle Schmitz, junior.

CrossPointe teachers win the Escape House challenge!

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On Thursday, August 16, thirty CPP students and four teachers met for an Escape House challenge.  It was a fun way to kick off a year of social activity for the 7th-12th grades. Students were divided into five teams of six people each, and the teachers made up a team. In the end, the teachers solved the mystery the fastest and were declared the winners!  Congratulations to the reigning Escape House champions whose team name was “Clueless,” obviously a misnomer!

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Left to right: CPP teachers Tammy Dawson (also our administrator), Lori Stewart, Kayli O’Neal, and Penny Turpin beat thirty CrossPointe students in the race to crack the code to find out what happened to Mr. George, a fictional character in the game.

Welcome to a new beginning!

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Today was the first full day of classes for all grades in a new location at CrossPointe Preparatory.  It was a great start to our tenth year!

But not everything was new.  Those of us who have been with CPP before this week saw familiar faces both in and out of the classroom.  As is customary, we were warmly greeted at the front door. We learned, we played, we laughed, and we ate.  And we held to tradition by wrapping the school in prayer during LIFE.

The theme for our year is “Dare to Be.”  For almost a decade, CPP has dared to be.  We can’t wait to see what God is going to do this year and in the next decade!

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CrossPointe students participate in the prayer rope around the school activity. Photo by journalism staff photographer Analisa Wilson, sophomore.

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