FCS is incredibly grateful for the legacy of grandparents that love the Lord, support our students, and pray for our school.
Family Portal allows families to specifically list grandparents under Family Demographics so that communication of interest may be shared. If you are looking for something more, consider joining our Grandparent’s Association. They meet periodically throughout the year to pray, uplift our staff, provide treats for special occasions or just as an encouragement and much more.
FCS Grandparents, are you looking for ways to volunteer and serve?
FCS Grandparent’s Association
Mission: To provide generational support to our grandchildren, their parents,
teachers, administrators, alumni and staff. We serve the school with our time, our prayers, our finances, and other resources in gratitude for the investment FCS teachers and administrators are making in the lives of our families and community.
For More Information Contact:
Jennifer Boyer, FCS Grandmother
Call – 540-319-1220
Email – FCSGrandparents79@gmail.com
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FCS Grandparent, shared this story with us. What a beautiful picture of the impact FCS desires for each of our students.
Our grandson went to see the doctor, accompanied by his mother, for his annual checkup a few weeks ago. While waiting for the doctor to conduct his exam, our grandson was captivated by the medical charts hanging on the wall… Our daughter is in the medical field and began to explain the functions of each chart. After going through the various parts of the eye, explaining things that could go wrong and how important it was to be careful, they moved on to the kidney and finally to the heart. After a few minutes of explaining how the blood gets pumped through the atria and ventricles she turned and saw her son in deep thought. Thinking she might have overloaded him with details, she asked, “Is something wrong?” He hesitated and then pointed at the heart diagram saying, “but mom, where’s Jesus?” Fighting back a tear of joy she choked out a response, “Honey, Jesus is there, he’s just invisible. We can’t see him but He’s hard at work in our heart.”
Our daughter texted her son’s comment to us. As grandparents, we didn’t have a dry eye. Our daughter and son went to FCS; to see the next generation experience the love of Christ imparted by teachers and know that Jesus resides in our hearts is overwhelming.