GRAFTON—Grafton Walmart recently made a commitment to the education of students at Covenant Christian School (CCS), located in Morgantown.
CCS Administrator Amy Wightman and Assistant Administrator, and Grafton native, Darren Stockett, recently made their way to the chain retail store, where they were presented with a $2,000 donation toward the school’s scholarship fund.
“We would like to thank the Grafton Walmart for partnering with us,” voiced Stockett. “The addition to our scholarship fund will help allow students the opportunity to join us.”
CCS is a private school, meaning that funding is provided by parents and guardians, but the entity offers assistance to families in need.
The school serves children in grades pre-k3 through eighth grade, using biblically based curriculum that has proven to have a high academic standard.
CCS promotes the ideas of learning, living, loving and legacy, through their ministry of the Covenant Evangelical Methodist Church. The school not only focuses on the education of students but the spiritual discipline that will help propel them on their Christian paths.
CCS’s four-fold mission is geared at providing students with a well-rounded Christian education, building strong foundations of biblical truth while encouraging critical thinking.
Through their teachings, students learn to reciprocate God’s grace to those they encounter, sharing the love of Jesus along the way. The school partners with other schools, churches and the Christian community to help strengthen their cause.
“We have a lot to offer,” voiced Stockett. “We would love for you to come see for yourself!”
Tours of the school are available by appointment. To schedule a tour, please email [email protected]
More information about the school may be found on their website, www.covenantchristianwv.org or by calling CCS at 304-292-6050.