Community Christian School offers an accredited Kindergarten-4th grade elementary program, which focuses on the spiritual development, critical thinking skills and leadership abilities of each individual learner.
In 2013 CCS adopted our primary curriculum, Bob Jones, throughout our elementary school. Bob Jones is a well-known and established Christian curriculum which integrates Biblical truth and academic rigor in each subject. Students in Kindergarten-5th grade experience a daily program of Bible, mathematics, grammar, reading comprehension, science, social studies, computer, music, art and P.E. Each class visits our computer lab daily, and makes weekly visits to our Library.
Teachers at Community Christian School all hold a Bachelor’s degree, as well as a Texas State Teacher certification. Each teacher has undergone countless hours of both academic and Biblical professional, ongoing development. These teachers challenge students daily by creating a student-centered learning environment, where the focus is on Jesus Christ. Students learn through hands-on experiments, field trips, technology and cross-curricular integration of concepts. Teachers use a multitude of assessment tools including classroom projects, writing portfolios and teacher conferencing. Each year, students take a benchmark achievement test, Terra Nova, a tool that is used to help both students and teachers grow.
It is the mission of the Kindergarten-5th grade program to equip students to walk in truth, embrace excellence, and impact the world for Christ.
Elementary Supervisor .
Lorelei and her husband Austin have 2 children, Julianna and “Jack” who both attend CCS. She and her family attend Faith Baptist Church, where she teaches Awanas. She enjoys reading, playing games with her kids, and being outdoors with her family.
Mrs. Jackson first moved into administration as the High School Counselor in 2013, a position which she feels prepared her well for her role as Preschool and Elementary Supervisor. As the High School Counselor, Mrs. Jackson works hand-in-hand with high school students as they prepare for their future. By identifying the priorities needed for successful college entrance, Mrs. Jackson has taken those skills and helped to build them into the lower Elementary program at CCS, a program which focuses on spiritual development, critical thinking and leadership skills. Mrs. Jackson has a heart for preparing kids for the future, in regards to both their spiritual and academic well-being. She looks at each student as an individual learner, with individual needs to make them successful.