This Week at UCA – 11/6/17
- November 6, 2017
- Posted by: Krista Dalrymple
- Category: This Week @ UCA
Dear UCA Family,
Choraliers/Orchestra/Band will be on tour to Moses Lake and Yakima this weekend. They will leave on Friday, at 7:35 a.m., and will return on Sabbath afternoon by 4:30 p.m. The schedule is below:
|Friday Morning||10:30 a.m.||Crestview Christian School||1601 W Valley Rd, Moses Lake||(509) 765-4632|
|Friday Vespers||6:30 p.m.||Wapato – All Nations Center||3020 Ashue Rd, Wapato||(509) 877-0960|
|Sabbath Worship||10:45 a.m.||Yakima SDA Church||507 N 35th Avenue, Yakima||(509) 452-5245|
SCHOOL PICTURE RETAKES
Picture Retake Day is coming up next Thursday, November 16, and the time is to be announced. Pre-orders for picture packages may be placed online at DorianStudio.com using access key AEG7Z3NX. Pictures are available for orders up to 4 days after retake day. If you have questions or need help, please call 1-800-826-3535.
We hope you can join us for the exciting weekend we have planned for you November 17-19. This is a unique opportunity for you to enjoy spending valuable time with your student and experience a little of their life here at UCA. This is also a perfect chance to visit with and get to know the staff. It’s always a pleasure for us to meet the families of our students.
SPECIAL SENIOR BRUNCH
The Senior class will be making brunch for you on Sunday, November 19. The brunch will be at 10 a.m. in the cafeteria. Meal tickets are $8, $7 if paying in cash or check, and they can be purchased in the business office. The money will go to support the expenses of the senior class. Please come and support our seniors.
Sabbath lunch will be complimentary for immediate family. Please contact the Business Office at (509) 245-3618 to purchase meal tickets, as tickets will not be sold during Sabbath hours. The meal prices are as follows:
|Children (0-5 years)||Free|
|Children (6-10 years)||$6, Cash price is $5|
|Adults (11 years and up)||$8, Cash price is $7|
AMATEUR HOUR/SILENT AUCTION
Men’s Club is planning Amateur Hour and there is some information about the show that we want to pass on to you. The program is on the Saturday night of Parent/Grandparent Weekend, November 18. Admission is free and we would love for all of you to be there. We expect it to be a great show, as so many of our students are incredibly talented. Please also come hungry; we are selling concessions before and during the show.
Besides selling food, we have a few other fund-raising opportunities going on during the evening to help support our Men’s Club and the dorm. We have 30 tables available to purchase that are located close to the stage. The cost is $75 per table and each table holds 6 people. If you need another chair or two, a table can accommodate up to 8 people for an extra $10 charge per chair. Snacks, drinks, and dessert are supplied to those who purchase a table. If you are interested in purchasing a table, please call soon, as tables often sell out quickly.
We also have a Silent Auction going on during the show. This year we have some very exciting items that have been donated, including stays at hotels, restaurant gift cards, and more. If you would like to donate items to our Silent Auction, we would very much appreciate the donations, including gift baskets, baked goods, and gift cards. If you have other ideas for donation items, just give us a call! We welcome parent volunteers to help with the silent auction, concessions and preparing food. We also appreciate the donation of time and the gift of prayer. Thank you for your support!
Parent-teacher conferences will be held Sunday morning, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Teachers will be in the gym to talk with you about your student’s progress. No appointments are necessary. Parents are always welcome to contact teachers by phone or email if they have questions.
If you are unable to attend that weekend but would like to join in the celebration, we will be live streaming Vespers, Sabbath School, the Worship Service, and Amateur Hour. To view, please go to www.ucaa.org/live. No password is needed.
Due to ongoing construction, there are no guest rooms available in the Boys’ Dorm. The Girls’ Dorm guest rooms are already filled. Here is a list of hotels in Spokane and the vicinity, all with area code (509):
|Ramada Inn (Airport)||838-5211||Comfort Inn||535-9000|
|Holiday Inn ((Airport)||838-1170||Double Tree||455-9600|
|Holiday Inn (Cheney)||235-1100||Econolodge||747-2021|
|Best Western – PepperTree (Airport)||624-4655||Fairfield Inn by Marriott||747-9131|
|Hampton Inn (Airport)||747-1100||Red Lion River Inn||326-5577|
|Best Value Inn (Airport)||838-1471||Red Lion Hotel At The Park||326-8000|
|Motel 6 (Airport)||459-6120||Ramada Inn||924-3838|
DAY STUDENT NOTICE!!
Please see the WINTER DRIVING/ATTENDANCE POLICY below.
Menu Nov 5-11
|Amateur Hour Dress Rehearsal||Thu, Nov 16|
|School Picture Retakes||Thu, Nov 16|
|Parent/Grandparent Weekend||Fri-Sun, Nov 17-19|
|Parent-Teacher Conference||Sun, Nov 19|
|Midterms||Sun, Nov 19|
|Thanksgiving Break||Tue-Sun, Nov 21-26|
|Music Tour||Sab, Dec 2|
|ACT||Sun, Dec 10|
|Concert at the Fox||Thu, Dec 14|
|Christmas Break||Fri-Tue, Dec 15-Jan 2|
|Classes Resume||Wed, Jan 3|
WINTER DRIVING/ATTENDANCE POLICY
SAFETY IS OUR FIRST CONCERN!
Day students are encouraged to stay in the dorm when it is unsafe to travel. In this case, the fee for staying overnight in the dorm will be waived. Please make arrangements with the deans. Students driving during poor road conditions should allow extra driving time.
Even if Liberty School District is closed, we will continue to have classes. Parents will need to evaluate the situation. Our top priority is student safety, but we also don’t want them to miss classes unnecessarily. Liberty often closes due to conditions that do not affect travel to UCA. If Liberty is closed, students’ perfect attendance will not be affected and absences will be excused.
If Liberty School District is on a two-hour delay, we will operate as normal. If you have a special circumstance, please advise us.
Tune in to the radio or TV stations in the morning to have a list of school closings. You may also receive the same information on their websites.
If students have travel emergencies or will be staying home due to road conditions, parents need to call Flor Smith at 245-3614.
Again, you are encouraged to help your student allow extra travel time or have them stay in the dorm when necessary.
We are all praying for a safe winter.