Contributor: Faith Michelle Beiler | File type : Blog Post
One day, a squirmy thing full of legs and brown stripes was carried into my classroom. It was a caterpillar, but an unusual one. Shades of brown and tan patterned its body, giving it a snake-like ... Read More
Contributor: Matt Peachey | Length : 40 | File type : Audio
What should our goals be as Anabaptist churches? How should we live? How does the school fit in?
Contributor: Carolyn Martin | File type : Blog Post
Today was our first day of kindergarten. In a normal school year, we hold a two-week kindergarten in April. This year in April, the twelve children who were eagerly counting days until they could ... Read More
Contributor: Sheldon Yoder | Length : 41 | File type : Audio
Having a clear-eyed understanding of our heritage on the one hand and a clear perspective of the times on the other, how do we build on our heritage in times like these? What exactly do we wish to... Read More
Contributor: Sheldon Yoder | Length : 22 | File type : Audio
An inheritance requires work in order to benefit its recipients. What is this heritage of Christian schooling weve been handed? How can we go about actively claiming our heritage?
Contributor: Gary Paul Miller | Length : 49 | File type : Audio
This session is part of the series on the structure and function of the board. Your school board is operating your school. Is it doing so effectively? Does it work like a well-oiled machine firing on ... Read More
Contributor: Jonas Sauder | Length : 48 | File type : Audio
This session is part of the series on the role of the principal or administrator. A team needs a captain, a work-crew is well-served by a foreman, and a committee functions best with a chairman. Simil... Read More
Contributor: Danny Hertzler | Length : 47 | File type : Audio
How long has it been since you had a board meeting? Ever attended an ineffective board meeting? Come for ideas to help your meetings be more efficient, productive, and scheduled.
Contributor: James Beachy | Length : 42 | File type : Audio
Our affluent culture makes us easy targets for indolence and lethargy. How can we maintain respect for a solid education and value the hard work it requires?
Contributor: Gerald Miller | Length : 35 | File type : Audio
This topic examines where weve been, where we are, and where were going. How well are we doing what we set out to do, and how will we be doing in the future?