We at CCS see the world as our classroom, so, in a sense, there is no such thing as learning outside of the classroom. Our emphasis on experiential learning and hands-on lessons takes us well beyond the walls of the classroom each day. Whether we are at the Cultural Activities Center, Cameron Park Zoo, Ft. Hood, or wherever, our students see the world around them as a place to explore and learn. Our hope is that this perspective helps create lifelong learners.
As people who seek to live as Christ taught us, we know that caring for our community and environment are fundamental to life. These are just a few of the ways we care for our community at CCS each year.
November Food Drive
In celebration of Thanksgiving, students collect canned goods and non-perishable food for a local food pantries.
Operation Christmas Child
For many years the families of CCS have donated shoeboxes filled with gifts for needy children. Click here for more information on Operation Christmas Child.
Throughout the year, students, teachers, and parents participate in a recycling program as part of the curriculum of protecting God's creation.
Earth Day Celebration
Students, teachers, and families come together for a celebration of the commitment CCS has made to the environment. Temple Mayor, Danny Dunn will be on hand to present the students a citation for their efforts.
CCS Students and teachers plant and bless a tree in honor of Arbor Day.
Love Bags for Nursing Homes
CCS students and volunteers from the church celebrate Valentines Day by decorating and filling bags of goodies for residents of area nursing homes.