Up, Up, and Away!

Today at recess, I surprised the students with a kite. As I started to inflate the middle section and put it all together, students quickly gathered around me. “Mrs. Calendo, what is that?” The students were not sure what I had because it looked more like a blimp than a kite! They were all eager… Continue Reading

Celebrating God’s Creation

Students in grades K-5 joined other schools in the area in decorating grocery bags for Kroger to celebrate Earth Day. Instead of focusing on recycling, the students at DCS drew beautiful pictures of God’s creation! They also wrote Bible verses on the bags! These grocery bags will be used Easter weekend at local Kroger stores…. Continue Reading



As Easter approaches, so does the 4-day break from school known as Easter Break, lasting from next Friday to Monday. Most students are excited to finally be off from school these few days. Students, however, are advised not to waste this break and to remember the Easter holiday for what it truly is. Easter was… Continue Reading

Living in Love or Fear

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Recently, I visited Judson University, a Christian college north of here that teaches Architecture. I enjoyed viewing the campus and learning about all the different facilities there, but the most important thing to me was the chapel service. The speaker there taught about how many believers now only follow God because they feel they have… Continue Reading

Science Fair Time

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As you can tell by the signs it is science fair time. Mrs. McKimmey is running around frantically trying to get everything organized. Some students are still stressing about having their project completely finished. My sophomore year I was in chemistry and had to participate. My sophomore year was the year we brought back the… Continue Reading