As Samuel Fuller School in Middleboro approaches the end of its first year, the school will present the Spring Program entitled “Spring – Season of New Life” to the community. The program will be held on Thursday, May 21st at 7:00 PM and will be directed by Mrs. Alia Rivers, who teaches music and first grade at the school.
According to Ms. Rivers, “The students have been working hard on their music, poetry, and scripture recitation and are eager to present this program for their family and friends.”
Each student has chosen a poem of their own to recite interspersed between five beautiful songs. They will be playing rhythm instruments and will recite two Psalms for their audience. The program will last less than an hour and will be followed by a time of refreshments and fellowship. Classrooms will be open for viewing for those who are new to the school.
Samuel Fuller School is a classical Christian school whose mission is to support Christian families in educating their children to serve God as faithful disciples of Jesus Christ using a classical education that is rooted in Scripture. Their first year has been a rewarding and successful one, and the school is expecting to double enrollment next year.
“In difficult times, people realize even more than ever the importance of a quality education that will prepare their children for living a Christian life in this world and for making a difference in a world that desperately needs change. In order to effect change, we need to raise up a generation of Christians who can think clearly, as well as speak and write eloquently. Samuel Fuller School is doing that. Additionally, a moral education which works to develop character is paramount today,” said Mrs. Peggy McKenna, Headmaster of the School. “No education is complete without it.”
For more information about the Spring Program or about the school, please call (508) 715-4256.
About the Samuel Fuller School
Samuel Fuller is a classical and Christian school located at intersection of Routes 44 and 105 in Middleboro at the First Congregational Church. Applications are now being accepted for the 2009-2010 school year. The school opened in 2008.