The following items are reprinted from Valley Christian Academy's ViewPoint newsletter.Valley Christian Academy is enrolling for the 2007-08 school year. Eighth grade will be added next year and there are openings for 25 students. The prospect list for kindergarten has grown beyond the available 44 seats, so parents interested should call the school as soon as possible.For an application packet or to schedule a tour, call registrar Kathleen Horak at 330-562-8191 or e-mail Rutigliano, former Cleveland Browns coach, was the guest speaker at the "Searching for Difference Makers" fundraising auction and dinner May 12.Three VCA board members were voted in recently. Dave Palchesko is serving his second three-year term and Eric Patrick and Doug Newcomb are newcomers.VCA Administrator Dale Moncrief spoke at the ACSI Middle School Conference in February. Student leaders from more than 14 area Christian schools attended.+ + +Fourth-graders decorated and sold Valentine's Day cookies to raise more than $277 for a 2007 missions project.Under the direction of fourth-grade parent Leesa Roble and other volunteers, the students rolled, cut and baked hundreds of cookies, then sold them during lunch periods.Fourth-grade art boxes were delivered to hospitalized children. Each student brought in supplies for at least one box.Seventh-graders have been busy sewing tote bag, which will be delivered to senior citizens at Anna Maria of Aurora.Second-graders prayed for their colleagues at Waverly School in Cleveland, and did chores to raise their own money and bought school supplies to fill a bag for the new friend they prayed for.Each school year, VCA depends on financial gifts of its families and friends to support the Eagles Fund. Families are asked to consider support the fund before the close of the fiscal year June 30.The drama club presented "Jail House Rock" under the direction of Tris Bolinger. The school is considering offering two age groups for drama club next year, in addition to a summer camp.In alumni news, John Merkel tied for fourth place in the district spelling bee. He is now a seventh-grader at Aurora's Harmon School. Kelly Kontur was named a National Merit commanded student.+ + +Maren Morgan was head coach of VCA's girls basketball team, with Tim Morgan and Sarah Horak as assistants.Dan Brook, Doug Newcomb, Mark Gradert and Jon Lynch coached the boys team, which ended the year with a second-place finish in the Bethel tournament in Parma. Daniel Criswell led the league is assists.Sixth-grader Abbey Lavely brought home a silver medal for the girls 10 doubles at the World Racquetball Championships.The March bowlathon attracted 121 students and has collected $10,184 to date. VCA cookbooks are still available for $5 each.Some other coming events are: May 29 -- field day for grades 3 to 5; June 1 -- sports day for grades 6 and 7 and kindergarten graduation at 7 p.m.June 6 -- last day of school, awards assembly for grades 1 to 5 and middle school promotion ceremony at 7 p.m.; and June 7 -- last day for teachers.