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Education

PCA will host open house Friday

Princeton Chrisitan Academy eighth-grade studetns display colonial life dioramas that they created for history class. Above them hang Egyptian masks created by the PCA seventh-grade students for their history project. These projects and more will be on display at PCA’s fall open house on Friday. Pictured (front row, from left) are Jordyn Pollok, Sophia Brandenburg and Aliyah Cummings; and (back row) Lizzy May, Basia Smallwood, Serenity Laurino, Grace Wolbrecht, Kimmie Glenn, Jenna Grimmer, Mauricio Jones, Nolan Mallery and Katrina Rudolph.
Princeton Chrisitan Academy eighth-grade studetns display colonial life dioramas that they created for history class. Above them hang Egyptian masks created by the PCA seventh-grade students for their history project. These projects and more will be on display at PCA’s fall open house on Friday. Pictured (front row, from left) are Jordyn Pollok, Sophia Brandenburg and Aliyah Cummings; and (back row) Lizzy May, Basia Smallwood, Serenity Laurino, Grace Wolbrecht, Kimmie Glenn, Jenna Grimmer, Mauricio Jones, Nolan Mallery and Katrina Rudolph.

PRINCETON — Princeton Christian Academy will host its annual fall open house Friday beginning at 5 p.m. with a soup supper in the gym.

The eighth-grade class will provide the soup, breads and desserts for a donation toward their Washington, D.C., trip coming up in April. They will serve from 5 to 6:30 p.m. when a short program of music and entertainment will be presented. The elementary and junior high choirs will sing, a woodwind trio will share a song, and the eighth-grade students will perform a walk through the Revolutionary War.

From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., guests are free to tour classrooms and hallways where student artwork, creative writing and various projects will be displayed. The public is invited to this casual and fun evening celebrating student achievement at PCA.

For more information, call the school office at 815-875-2933.

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