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Check out this month's newsletter!

CAC Hosts Elementary & Secondary Open Houses 

Each year at the Elementary and Secondary Open Houses we have the incredible job of sharing CAC with families and students for the first time. It's easy to talk about all of the wonderful things happening here, and our guests get to hear directly from teachers and current parents. It's amazing to watch. 
If you know a family or student who should be at CAC next year, invite them to one of our Open Houses. Come with them, show them around and introduce them to our school community.
We hope to see you (and some new faces) there!

Secondary Campus Open House

Thursday, January 17 
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
6th-12th Grade

Guests will tour Mustang Mountain, learn more about CAC’s Middle School and High School programs, meet the teachers and ask questions. Invite your friends! 

Early Childhood & Elementary Open House 

Tuesday, January 22
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
PreK3-5th Grade

CAC’s Pleasant Valley Elementary and North Little Rock Elementary campuses will host open houses at each location.

Guests will have the opportunity to meet the teachers, tour the campus and attend a Q&A session. The event will also spotlight CAC’s Early Childhood program (PreK 3, PreK 4, Kindergarten) and Elementary program (1st – 5th grade). Invite your friends!

Gee Santos

Q&A with high school Spanish teacher Gee Santos

Guilherme (Gee) Santos, CAC’s high school Spanish teacher, moved to Henderson, Tennessee, from Brazil in 2011. He graduated from Freed-Hardeman University in 2015 with a double major in English and Spanish and completed his Masters of Arts and Teaching with an Emphasis on Secondary Education in 2018. Mr. Santos is trilingual and speaks Portuguese, Spanish and English. We sat down with Mr. Santos to learn more about his passions, his unique perspective on culture and God’s provision.

Thanks for taking the time to chat with us! You grew up in Brazil, which is probably pretty different than Henderson, Tennessee, or Little Rock, Arkansas. Can you tell us a little bit about your home city and your family?
I grew up in a very big city called Belo Horizonte. Translated, it means “beautiful horizon.” It’s a city surrounded by mountains, and if you go up those mountains, it really is a beautiful horizon.

I have an older sister who is three years older than me, and my mom and dad, who are both my heroes. They are just amazing parents. I appreciate so much everything they did when I was a child. They made sure that we did not lack love. 

Click Here to read the full interview on our website. 
January 10, 2019. Mrs. Word's 3rd grade students got a visit from NLRPD's Officer Barber & Jax and Officer Moyster & Alamo. The officers and their police dogs showed students some of the skills and commands they use to keep the community safe. 
“Our ACT scores are higher than the national average, and they’re higher than the state average, so that sets us apart.
How do we do that? We do that through the classes we offer, especially at the middle school level. We’ve put a huge emphasis on math and English – how we do our schedule to allow kids to spend more time in those subjects so they really get the concepts down.” 
Andrew Stewart,
Assistant Principal

Click Here to view the full video on our Instagram page. 
Continuous Enrollment
We're excited to implement Continuous Enrollment this year!
Click Here to visit our website for more information, important deadlines and FAQs.
Closed Enrollment
Current CAC families have the opportunity to enroll siblings for the following school year before enrollment is opened up to new families!
We encourage you to complete the application process for siblings before the closed enrollment deadline of February 1 to be considered for a classroom spot!
Click Here to visit our Admissions Page to get started. 
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CAC's Archery Team competed in the Glen Rose Invitational over the weekend and came out with some top finishers!
In the Junior High division, 8th grader Emily Esseny scored the high point of 230, followed by Shannon McAuley, Jetson Busbea, Ethan Smith and Drake Henson. 

For the High School division, 9th grader Lucas Harrison scored the high point of 283, followed by Kaleigh Kittinger, Hailey Boyles, Brandy Tyner and Mac McConnell.
Great job everyone!
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