Covenant Day's Restore 525 team of students and faculty traveled to Haiti this summer and over fall break to continue the process of building a sustainable aquaponics farm to help respond to the growing hunger need in Haiti. The Restore 525 team partnered with students and adults in the Mission of Hope International community to construct a new aquaponic system location, two 1,000-gallon fish tanks, an outdoor classroom with picnic tables, and a school garden. They also helped to run educational aquaponic camps.
The concept of "Two Worlds, One Family," came to life both on and off the stage during this year's memorable performance of Tarzan. More than sixty middle school and high school theater students joined together in October as one big family to create a first in Covenant Day theater.
"When I look at the unique gifts God has given to Covenant Day, the opportunity to integrate young and old is an amazing privilege," said Theater Director Casey Starkey. "I wanted this to be a year of unifying everyone."
Six Covenant Day art students were recognized for their outstanding artwork this fall! Students received awards at Matthews ArtWalk Competition, the Pineville Fall Festival, and the Patriotic Art Competition and Exhibit.