Berean Christian School Celebrates Harvest Day

Berean kids try their hand at “cattle roping.”

On Friday, Nov. 22, Berean Christian School students, faculty and volunteers played games, ate food and participated in fall activities through the Harvest Day festivities.

This annual event has been a longstanding BCS tradition to start off Thanksgiving week.

This event would not be possible without the parents’ group PAWS (Parents Always Willing to Serve). The parents who volunteer worked tirelessly to prepare for this event, which included “cattle roping,” sack races, sand art, face painting, food and more. All 52 members of the National Honor Society, as well as the student government, were also on hand to play games and help out to serve as positive role models for the younger children.

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