On the last day of school, the kindergarten through sixth-grade students at Berean Christian School end the year in style with their End-of-the-Year Bash — a celebration of the school year and a look toward summer fun ahead.
The celebration is a tradition at the school and brings together students, parents and teachers in a fun, water-themed festival. This year the bash featured waterslides, face painting, sand art and a dunk tank, as well as popcorn, hot dogs and snow cones available to refresh students. The event is run by the school organization PAWS (Parents Always Willing to Serve). As PAWS coordinator Shelby Colman put it, the event “provides the family environment that brings a lot of people to Berean. The kids love it; they just have a blast.”
For more information on Berean Christian School activities, or to enroll for next year, visit www.bereanwpb.org.