As the new school year is fast approaching, we’d like to introduce you to two new members of the Shoreline Christian staff and faculty. Read more >> about New Staff Members Join Shoreline Christian School Community
Post by the Finance Committee
Given just how far the stock market has risen in the past several years, many investors are fortunate enough to have investments that have appreciated in value substantially. That's good news for the value of your investment portfolio, but if you own those investments in a taxable account, then you'll have to pay what could be a substantial amount of tax on the capital gains that those investments have earned since you bought them. Even at preferential long-term capital-gains rates, the prospect of paying as much as 20% of your hard-earned gains to the IRS probably isn't the kind of charity you had in mind.
Parents and Society members gathered for a meeting on Monday, May 18. The following is a summary of that meeting.
In the spirit of our theme, Strong and Courageous, we held the meeting outside in the amphitheater. It was a beautiful night with about 65 people in attendance. A few highlights follow:
This semester in their Explorations class, junior high students have experienced a wide variety of lesson units: from “Married in Middle School” to Fabulous Fridays, to the current Career Speakers series. The purpose of this class is to expose the students to an array of topics different than typical classroom lessons, that their interests may be featured or new interests may be developed. Read more >> about Lessons from an EMT
“Did you know…that the verse that Mr. Visser selects to lead the school sets the Christ driven focus for the year? This year it was Joshua 1:9 “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Read more >> about "Strong and Courageous" Portfolio Reflections
Post by: Barb Reinsma, SCS Preschool Director
I was excited on the morning of March 10. I was going to meet Representative Ruth Kagi and hear her vision for Early Learning in the State of Washington.
Hi SCS Community,
Hope you enjoyed my last post on what it has been like to be on the SCS School Board, if not please check it out here. If the work of the board is of interest to you, then you’ll be happy to know we happen to be coming up on nominations for the Board for the Spring Society & Parents Meeting (May 18th at 7:30pm). I ask you to prayerfully consider how your talents and perspectives could be used to lead this school and encourage you to throw your hat in the ring. Read more >> about March Board Report