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Cheesburgers in Paradise

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This past Wednesday the fourth grade class enjoyed some fun in the sun on Capers Island via Barrier Island Eco Tours. We learned about the amazing life of the Tidal Salt Marsh that is here in our own back yard. Our knowledgeable guide taught us all about the marine life that makes the low country unique and special. The students watched the dolphins in the shark hole (eeek!), pulled a crab trap, handled starfish, octopus, explored bone yard beach and collected a beautiful array of Welch shells. The day was full of pointing fingers, wide eyes, questions, and lots of smiles. Our Eco Tour ended with cheeseburgers grilled on the beach that would make Jimmy Buffet jealous!

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See You at the Pole Brings Students, Faculty, and Parents Together in Prayer

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PCA students joined others around the globe to pray for our schools, friends, families, churches, and communities as part of See You At The Pole. Lower school students held a special chapel on Wednesday morning while upper school students gathered in the gym before the start of school to intercede for their generation.

This year's theme focused on Chronicles 7:14:"If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land."

See You at the Pole has grown enormously since 1990 when a group of teenagers in Texas came up with the idea during a prayer meeting. Now it's estimated that each year, one million students from across the globe take part in SYATP on the fourth Wednesday in September.

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