Tom McCormick, IT Manager & Digital Citizenship teacher
There’s this story about some scientists who thought that they had gotten so smart that they didn’t need God. So they elected a representative to go meet with God and tell Him that He wasn’t necessary anymore. The representative meets with God and he explains that through science, they have figured the whole world out. God says “You’ve figured Continue reading →
Kraig Cox, Dean of JH Students, Director of Programs and Corporate Development
Let’s face it, raising children today tends to be much different than it was for our parents raising us years ago, but does it have to be?
Technology and our fast paced society have changed the way that we connect with others in today’s world. Although many parts of parenting our children are different, the main component of guiding our children is constant and that is “what we model.” Continue reading →
Ron Evans, Head of School, Traders Point Christian Schools
My K-12 school experience took place in the 1960’s and 70’s. I lived through a Junior High principal that was a retired Marine and ran the school like his private base. I lived through the “open classroom” and the chaos that was built into the design. Continue reading →
K-4 Principal, Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Let’s enjoy a brain break and slip into the following scenarios with our imagination…
You walk into a room with leveled rows of cushioned seats. While standing you observe your surroundings. There are cup holders strategically designed in the center of each arm chair. The beams from a projector portray an image onto a large screen. Each chair is aligned to face the depictions. The lights begin to dim and background music emerges. How will you respond?Continue reading →
When I was 16, I decided I wanted a motorcycle. A few of my close friends and I decided we would ask our parents together, and hope for the best. Keep in mind the reality of the situation at that time: Continue reading →
by Shane Schaffer, Middle School/Junior High Principal
I have said to many parents for years that there isn’t an instruction manual for your specific child. While there isn’t one for your specific child, there are instructions for all parents in the best book ever written: the Bible.