This past Friday and Saturday, for Bostick Service Day, the high school students went down to southern Indiana to help with the tornado cleanup. We helped to build and paint sheds for storage purposes, and we helped to sort through donations. We all stayed in a church that Friday night. I thought that it was neat that we had a lot of fun together while we were helping. I felt that I got to know some people I don't usually talk to better. I guess that's the beauty of high school trips!
Days have been wonderful within the last week of school and temperatures have considerably almost reached 83 degrees. Tennis practices for high-school and middle-school have started and so have all spring sports. High-School is buzzing with excitement as they received back their tablets. Pastor Appreciation Day has come and gone and we all thank our pastors for their influences on us and their willingness to serve. Eighth grade is buzzing with glorious excitement about their recent Washington DC heritage trip. They tromped through places near and around DC and learning everything about America's history. Prom is also coming for the High-School Seniors and an Underclassmen Party is destined to be scheduled for any freshmen and sophomores only from TPCA. All the same, excitement is brewing in both high and middle school and Mrs. Powell went with the 8th graders to their DC trip! Had fun sleeping in the hammocks, Mrs. Powell and 8th grade! -Emilee Johnston, a Freshman