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Student Life

PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM & ACTIVITIES
 
Preschool at Prince of Peace Christian is hands-on, focusing on FUN while you learn.  Some of the many activities that are highlighted throughout the school year include: 
 
I - MOVE - Moving & Grooving S.T.E.A.M.  Night (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math)
Butterfly Parade and Chapel Spring Music Show
Grandparents' and Special Friends' Day Christmas Program in the POPCS Fine Arts Center
Spring Music Show Pumpkin Celebrations
Elm Fork Nature Preserve School Family Parade
One More Story, Please - Pajama Readings "When I Grow Up, What Will I Be?" Parade
Make-Believe Madness Day Snow Place Like POP!
Christmas Breakfast & Student Program Stone Soup - Preparing and Sharing with Our POPCS Chef 
Tiny Treasures Family Visits Throughout the School Year
 
FLIK INDEPENDENT FOOD SERVICES
 

We are pleased to partner with Flik Independent School Dining (FlikISD) as our on-site lunch provider.  Flik prepares fresh food each school day in our beautiful POPCS kitchen and dining hall.  Chef Christopher and his staff offer healthy, nutritious (often locally sourced), and nourishing food and is committed to building strong bodies and sharp minds.  The Flik meal plan is included in the POPCS cost of tuition. 

     

With an eye for innovation and detail, Flik serves the POPCS community with campus-wide nutrition programs that educates and encourages students to make lifelong healthy food choices.  Students with special culinary needs have access to talk with nutritionist or Chef Christopher about accommodations to provide safe offerings.

 

Chef Christopher Email 972.598.1164
Davita Lister, Food Service Director Email 972.598.1164

 

Check out our POPCS School Menus and learn more about Flik Independent Dining Services.

 

CARE AND CONCERN COUNSELING
To prepare a student for service and success, Prince of Peace Christian School considers the whole child's well being as a part of our exemplary education.  School Counselor Michelle Dwyer and Gary Prindiville seek to provide daily support and resources for mental, emotional, wellness, and spiritual health for POPCS students, families, and school personnel.  Should your child need mental or emotional support, they are happy to walk alongside them through any struggles they might be experiencing.  Mrs. Dwyer and Mr. Prindiville are certified School Counselors.  Mrs. Dwyer is currently working on her certification as a Family Life Educator and Mr. Prindiville is working toward licensure as a Professional Mental Health/School Counselor for the State of Texas. Care and Concern Counseling is available for Lower, Middle, and High School students. Please contact Michelle Dwyer and/or Gary Prindiville for information. The Care and Concern Counseling office is located in the Fine Arts Center hallway near the art studio, the direct line is 972.598.1118.

 

ACTIVITIES TO JOIN
  
POPCS PEP SQUAD (Preschool 3's - Grade 3)
 
All children who would like to promote school spirit should join the Pep Squad. Students will meet once a week after school beginning in September. The squad performs at all pep rallies and in Eagle Stadium at one varsity football game during the season. Enrollment is by semester. For information contact Karen Blackwell
 
 
POPCS GYMNASTICS - (Preschool - Grade 5)
 
The POPCS Gymnastics program is offered at an additional fee for students in Preschool through Grade 5. It’s a program designed to develop a child’s strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance. Gymnastics provides a fun and challenging learning experience. Interested students may participate in the trial class for free. Students attend gymnastics once a week during recess or PE classes. Information and pricing will be available soon in the Parent Place. Completed forms and payment may be returned to the Parent Place drop box. For additional information contact Cheri Brooks.