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Jon Frischkorn

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Great River Christian School

HQ Phone:  (319) 753-2255

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Great River Christian School

426 Harrison Ave.

Burlington, Iowa,52601

United States

Company Description

Great River Christian School is a non-denominational Christian school. The purpose of the school is to provide a program of Christian education offering regular courses of study taught from God's perspective. Each worker at Great River Christian School is here...more

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Children must be 3, 4, or 5 years old on or before Sept. 15, 2009, to enroll in their respective classes, said GRCS Administrator Jon Frischkorn.


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"Teaching kids critical-thinking skills is what it's all about," said Jon Frischkorn, the GRCS administrator and camp organizer.Earlier this week, students conquered propulsion using homemade boats in the sea worthy module.After learning about equivalence, probability and estimation in the fair games module, students channeled their lessons to create their own carnival games.In the high school science lab, students made their own inventions from parts of broken typewriters, CD players, computers and other old appliances campers brought from home."The kids spend three days going through parts and the last two days coming up with inventions," Frischkorn said.Frischkorn said one student couldn't curb his curiosity, even after leaving camp."When he got home he wanted to take everything apart," Frischkorn said.


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Jon Frischkorn's attempt to bring some of his native Buckeye state to the Burlington area left him dangling 2 feet off the ground, duct-taped to his school's flagpole Friday afternoon.For the last two weeks, students from Great River Christian School have been participating in a "coin battle" to raise money for the school during Buzzard Days, an homage to the March 15 observance in Hinckley, Ohio, when the migratory birds return to the area."There aren't really buzzards.It represents the return of spring," said Frishkorn, who was raised in Ohio and found a great respect for the birds he likes to share with his students.If the students managed to reach a fundraising goal of $800 set by the school's Parent Teacher Fellowship, Frischkorn, the GRCS administrator, agreed to suffer the humiliation in front of his 116 students.Unfortunately for Frischkorn, the students managed to bring in $2,155.67, with nearly $1,000 coming in on Friday.Students earned points for the fundraiser by collecting coins in jars in their classrooms.A penny earned the class one point, a dollar, on the other hand, subtracted 100 points from the class's point total -- meaning students brought the bills to counteract their competition. "Students were breaking their banks to sabotage other classes," Frischkorn said.Frischkorn and other members of the Parent Teacher Fellowship said they would like to see the money go toward fixing the steps outside the school and adding equipment in the school's kitchen.The second- and fourth-grade classes raised the most money, more than $500 per class, which earned them treats and movie parties, and the most trips around Mr. Frischkorn with duct tape.Even though buzzards aren't the most popular birds, Frischkorn thinks they are very special, important animals that deserve some credit around here."The eagle gets a lot of recognition around here, but the buzzard is a very important bird to our ecology," Frischkorn said.Great River Christian School ninth-grader Hillay Hunter, 14, of Burlington duct tapes principal Jon Frischkorn and kindergarten student Matthew Sands, 4, of Burlington to the school's flagpole Friday at 426 Harrison Ave. Students took turns duct-taping Frischkorn to the flagpole as a way of celebrating Buzzard Day, the result of a schoolwide coin battle March 3-14.


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