Kindergarten students attend classes from 7:55 AM-2:45 PM (2:30PM on Wednesday).
First and 2nd grade students attend class from 7:55-3:00PM (2:45PM on Wednesday).
Third and 4th grade students attend classes from 7:55 AM-3:15PM (2:55PM on Wednesday).
Our office hours are from: 7:30 AM-3:30 PM.
Please know that if we can be of service to you in any way, contact a member of the administrative team. Also, you are encouraged to utilize FACTS/ParentsWeb, where you can find information regarding homework, course outlines, and other information pertaining to classroom activities.
Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy is committed to partnering with parents to provide a learning environment that encourages growth in Christian character and academic excellence. Through the teaching of Kingdom Education, the elementary curriculum enables the students from kindergarten through fifth grade to develop a Biblical worldview. We provide a safe, caring environment where children can grow spiritually, academically, emotionally, and socially. On our campus, we encourage parental involvement during the school year through many volunteer opportunities in the classroom and via auxiliary organizations.
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL FOR DISCIPLINE AND SPIRITUAL LIFE
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL FOR CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
CLASSROOM INTERVENTION SPECIALIST, K-12
The Mental Math Challenge is a math enrichment program for students in the third, fourth, and fifth grades. This program challenges the students to further develop their mental math abilities. It also creates excitement about math. As part of the math curriculum, students practice oral combinations, such as 3x4+5-2x2=_______. The teacher recites the problem orally and the students mentally compute the numbers and answer immediately. Each class holds competitions to determine a class winner. All winners compete in a Mental Math Challenge to determine a Mental Math Champion for each grade. These challenges take place once a month. The monthly winners will compete at the end of each semester to determine a Semester Math Champion for each grade.
Students in grades 3-8 are eligible to participate in the ACSI Math Olympics. Each school enters three students to compete in the area of computation and three students in the reasoning category from each grade. In order to qualify for the Math Olympics, students take two timed grade-level tests in the areas of Arithmetic Computation and Mathematical Reasoning. The scores from these tests along with the students’ math grades are used to determine which students qualify for the Olympics.
The objectives of the ACSI Math Olympics are as follows:
to stimulate an interest in mathematics
to recognize the achievements of students in mathematics
to provide an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other mathematics-oriented students
to offer students an opportunity to glorify God in the use of their mathematical abilities beyond the classroom
The ACSI Math Olympics is a series of timed tests or rounds. All students take four tests with each test lasting 11 minutes.
ELEMENTARY MENTAL MATH CHALLENGE
ACSI MATH OLYMPICS
and MATH OLYMPICS
EXCEL, Expanded Curriculum for Exceptional Learners, is designed to provide gifted educational opportunities to students in the 2nd-4th grades. EXCEL, based on the classical education approach, offers students the opportunity to pursue excellence in education through differentiated instructional experiences including creativity, problem-solving, and a focus on higher-level thinking. Students must qualify under the EXCEL guidelines to be eligible for the program. There are four criteria that are used for admittance: grades, standardized testing in reading and math, a mental ability test, and a creativity test. To remain in EXCEL, students must maintain an A average in all core subjects and exemplify EXCEL quality behavior and attitude in the EXCEL classroom. Students are responsible for making up any work that they miss because of EXCEL.
In EXCEL, we complete one multidisciplinary unit per quarter using a STEAM focus - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Much of what we do will be project-based and done in collaboration with each other and members of our community. Please see the link to our blog below to stay up to date on what we're doing in our classroom!
EXCEL Class Verse: But as you excel in everything---in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in all earnestness, and in our love for you---see that you excel in this act of grace also.
2 Corinthians 8:7
EXCEL Chair: Dr. Lisa Stone - email@example.com
A traditional curriculum along with a variety of innovative learning strategies and activities are incorporated into the daily lessons. Kindergarten and first grade are taught reading through the phonics-based A Beka curriculum. First through fifth grades use the Foundations and Frameworks reading program which emphasizes reading comprehension with a focus on higher-order thinking skills. Language Arts, which includes writing, grammar, and spelling, is taught using the A Beka curriculum in the lower grades and Bob Jones in the upper grades. ELCA math standards are taught using a variety of resources focusing on basic math skills along with problem-solving skills and strategies. Bible is taught daily and students attend chapel once a week. History, science, and health complete the well-rounded academic program.
Expanded Curriculum for Exceptional Learners (EXCEL) is designed to provide gifted educational opportunities to students in the second through fifth grades using the STEM approach. Students must qualify under the EXCEL guidelines to participate in the program.
Weekly chapel service
Recorders - 4th grade
Mental Math Challenge - grades 3-4
Creative Writing Festival
Southern Belle Farm
Cochran Mill Nature Center
Rock Eagle - 3rd grade
Basketball - boys and girls
Wrestling - boys
Track and field - boys and girls in upper elementary grades
Education revolves around the interaction of teachers and students. The teachers at ELCA make learning exciting and meaningful. Our teachers are committed Christians who are remarkable in their abilities to bring out the very best in every student.