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Surviving my first year with P.O.T.S.

My New Year’s resolution for 2013 was to eat healthier and run a 5k.    Who would’ve thought cutting out french fries and soda would darn near kill me…. 680 more words

Life As I Know It

Administrative Assistant's Day

Today is Administrative Assistant’s Day and New School School is beyond blessed to have Mrs. Angie Lopez fill that role for us.  Please be sure to say thank you to Mrs. 16 more words

Book Recommendation

N. D. Wilson is a classically trained author. He graduated from Logos School, a classical and Christian school much like New Covenant School.

Since graduating he has gone on to be the best-selling author of the 100 Cupboards series (Random House), Leepike Ridge (Random House), and Notes from the Tilt-A-Whirl (Thomas Nelson). 99 more words

Pinewood Derby

New Covenant School recently hosted its very first Pinewood Derby. This event was organized by our third grade teacher, Mrs. Alisa Lamb. She as assisted by her daughters, Caroline and Rebecca, along with Mrs. 205 more words

Sixth Formers Take on Adventure in NCS Out of Bounds Weekend in Allendale

Website link: http://www.nufc.co.uk/page/Foundation/News/0,,10278~3770564,00.html


Twenty-one 16 and 17 year olds have taken part in the Foundation’s National Citizen Service course, which kicked off with an adventurous weekend in Allendale. 520 more words

Seán F. Murphy (2014), Bordered citizenship: National identities, transnational lives and the limitation of the UK’s National Citizen Service

This article offers a critical look at the UK Government’s flagship youth citizenship policy the National Citizen Service (NCS).  It draws upon contemporary European research, debates and policy agendas around youth democracy and social integration to provide a contextual background for analysing why some EU nation states citizenship programmes fail to reflect young people’s lives today. 131 more words

Thursday's Featured Vacancy - 17/04/2014

So because of the Easter bank holiday, this week’s featured vacancy is being published on Thursday instead of Friday – ooo, living on the edge!! 273 more words