From the Administrator
I knew over a month ago that this was going to be a long Saturday. The day started with a Board meeting focused on the 2015-16 school year’s budget, the afternoon would be filled with supervising three basketball games, and the evening featured a party for a member of my school family. It was going to be a long, Shoreline Christian kind of day.
Parent teacher conferences are currently scheduled for November 24 and 25. The conferences are an important opportunity in building the partnership between the parents and the teachers. Read more >> about Parent-Teacher Conferences: November 24 and 25
I get a kick out of all the changes education standards and curriculum have enjoyed over the years. We have gone from the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) to SmarterBalanced. Read more >> about Grace-Based Education
This year's school theme is Strong and Courageous, from Joshua 1:9. Over the past couple of weeks, the staff has been discussing what this looks like within the context of our community. Read more >> about 2014 School Theme: Strong and Courageous
The following is an excerpt from an article on Christian education written by Dr. James K.A. Smith for the Banner, a publication of the Christian Reformed Church. Read more >> about An Excerpt From "The Case for Christian Education"
~Post by: Tim Visser, Administrator
To be able to maintain my bus driver's license, my blood pressure needs to be below a certain level. This week was my annual renewal, so it was time to have my checkup. Worrying about my blood pressure numbers coupled with waits, smells, and needles in a doctor's office is enough to elevate my numbers. Superman has his Kryptonite, and I have my doctor's office. Read more >> about The Gift of a Grandson