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DEADLINE THIS WEEK FOR SAT TESTING WITH VICTORY CHRISTIAN Stanford Achievement Testing will be April 28, 29, & 30 at Grace Church from 8:30 until 11:30 am each day.  If you would like to test with our group you can sign up with Debbie Safford at her website: under "Events".  You can pay there also.  Be sure to put the grade level and then email Debbie at with the following information:   Student's name, grade, & date of birth;  Parent's name, address, phone, & email address.  You may also sign up at her office during her office hours on Mondays from 1 - 4 pm at Tuscaloosa First Assembly.  Deadline is February 29, so please act quickly. MEETING THIS WEEK FOR FORMAL Junior and Seniors are invited to a meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 26th to decide on a theme for this year's formal. The meeting is at 3:00pm in the Youth Room at University Church of Christ. LADY WARRIORS SOFTBALL SCHEDULE It's softball season again!!  Our Lady Warriors will play home games on the field behind University Church of Christ off McFarland Blvd. (next to Baumhower's Wings).  Admission is charged and concessions available. Be sure to follow TuscaloosaWarriorsSB on Instagram for game information and info on how students can gain FREE admission! 2/27 vs. Ezekiel Varsity at 2pm, JV at 4pm  (students wear retro clothing from the 70s,80s, 90s) 3/6 vs. Wiregrass Varsity at 2pm, JV at 4pm (students can wear Hawaiian or luau clothing) 3/7 vs. Wiregrass Varsity at 10am, JV at 12pm (students can wear red, white, and blue) Check the THE website for a complete schedule at TUSCALOOSA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA-FIELD TRIP OPPORTUNITY A mom or two may want to get together and organize a group for this event. If you do so and need the registration form, just email The TSO is pleased to once again offer free concerts to students in grades 4-8 on Monday, March 30, 2020! Concerts will be held at 9:00, 10:00, and 11:00 am at the Moody Music Building on the UA Campus. This year’s concert, Give Me Space, is a new program for narrator and orchestra by composer Kenyon Wilson. The first section demonstrates all of the instrument families, individual instruments, and how they each need their space (musical space, in this case). The second part is an interactive exercise where students choose musical components inspired by NASA's vehicle assembly building to assemble the orchestra. In the final section, the students take a journey that follows a rocket made by the sounds of the orchestra exploring the five dwarf planets: Ceres, Eris, Pluto, Haumea, and Makemake. Education guides will be available at A link to the guides will be included in your reservation confirmation. Reservations times are granted on a first come first served basis. The reservation deadline is March 16. Return forms to Emily Nelson at

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