Just Live It!
At Forcey Christian School, our students are encouraged to live God’s love in their everyday lives and a part of that is service to others. As such, teachers often incorporate service to others in their day-to-day classroom objectives. In the past, students have collected coats and canned goods, sung at area nursing homes, raised funds and packed meals for the area hungry.
Here are some additional ways Forcey students serve and help their community.
Operation Christmas Child
Every November, Forcey Christian School students enjoy filling shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Individual students, whole classrooms and middle school small groups gather together to fill and wrap shoe boxes with supplies and gifts to send all over the world in the name of Christ.
The love of reading is passed down from student to student at Forcey. Fourth graders read to second graders, second graders in turn read to kindergartners and kindergartners share books with preschoolers.
Falcon Friends Peer Mentoring Program
Forcey middle school students are matched with elementary peers and a structured, supervised mentoring relationship that takes place during school hours.
Forcey middle school students have teacher supervised opportunities to venture into the surrounding neighborhoods and spread joy by raking leaves, sharing the gospel, and praying for our neighbors.