Archive for September, 2018

Strange Looks

posted by News,Principal's Blog

I greet kids daily as they arrive at school. On occasion I ask a student how his or her older sibling is doing in high school or college. Almost always I get this strange look. To me, it says, “Why would I know anything about my sibling?”

I have always felt it was sad that kids could live in the same house day after day and know absolutely zero about what is going on in the other’s life.

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Bible Stories Build Up

posted by News,Principal's Blog

Have you ever overheard a parent saying, “God does not like it when you do that. He is mad at you. You had better watch out!” I have. And it drives me crazy. The Bible is never meant to be just a tool that strikes fear into the heart of people to change their behavior. It is never meant to be a tool to manipulate, or intimidate.

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Home and School Conversations

posted by Principal's Blog

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.

Philippians 4:8 English Standard Version (ESV)

Parents make their own choices about what is allowed in their homes.

  • Some parents allow children to watch movies or programs on television or streaming services that are recommended for older audiences.
  • Some parents facilitate younger children playing video games recommended for teens or older.
  • Some parents circumvent rules established by apps by allowing the child to falsify their age.

 

These are all parent decisions.

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