September 26 -October 1, 2022 Eagle Eye News

Welcome to the 3rd Edition of the weekly Eagle Eye, where you can be in-the-know and stay connected! There are a lot of games across the age divisions for both volleyball and soccer this week.  Pick your favorites and come cheer on our Eagles! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for important upcoming events as well.

We were excited to have a full snack shack of concessions this last week for our volleyball home games.   You can expect to see them at all the high school home games for the remainder of the volleyball season and all through basketball.  This is being facilitated by our 10th and 11th grade students/families working to raise funds for their Washington DC trip next August.  Plan on dinner and a game this week to support both our teams and our students!

This is the last call to turn in your Hearing & Vision Screening Form.  We will not accept forms after Tuesday. Our annual Hearing and Vision Screening will start first thing Wednesday morning for all who have turned in a form with payment.

Please join us in prayer for our 6th grade students, high school counselors and staff as they travel across the state this week for Outdoor School! Pray for safety, great class memories and moments, mentorship opportunities, and for each student to encounter God through his creation in a new and profound way!

Secondary Students (7th – 12th Graders), are you looking for ways to get involved and connect? We have a lot of great school and student led opportunities happening each week!

  • Do you play an instrument?   Our DCS Jazz Band needs you!   Jazz Band is taught by Mrs. Kelly Werth and meets zero period (7:30-8:10) every Tuesday and Thursday. They need piano, keyboard, bass guitar, trumpets, saxophones, clarinets, or whatever else you want to play!  Preferably one year of playing an instrument, but open to beginners. If you are interested, please contact the school office and/or Mrs. Werth at
  • National Honor Society is taking applications this week! If you are an interested high school student, please check out our National Honor Society page on our DCS website. National Honor Society | Damascus Christian School (
  • On Monday’s during lunch, Eli Argubright will be leading a study on Ancient Man
  • On Wednesday’s during lunch, students can join in a time of worship
  • On Friday’s during lunch, there will be a student-led Bible study
  • Coming Soon on Thursdays, DCS will host an FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) Huddle

Don’t Forget! Please email or click the “Report an Absence” button on the home page of our website to notify the school office of any absence (part or full day) or scheduled appointment. If your student is late to school, they must sign in through the school office before going to class.  All elementary age students must be accompanied by an adult to sign them in.