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.
Post by: Andrea DeYoung, SCS Parent and Board Member
Hi SCS community, wanted to jot down a recap of the topics from the last Board Meeting on December 8, 2014. We began with a devotion from Alisha Steich and spent time in thanks and prayer for our wonderful students. Next we received updates from each of the board members for the committees on which they sit.
Please read the important attached letter from Public Health - Seattle & King County. It contains important information about current flu outbreaks. They also request that any children with flu-like symptoms remain home from school until 24 hours after symptoms subside and they are not taking any fever-reducing medications. Read more >> about Public Health Influenza Letter
Some people count their high school experiences as their “glory days”: full of potential, hope, enthusiasm; lacking in responsibilities like student loans, rent, car payments. Read more >> about Glory Days
My wife teaches kindergarten in our school. It is always fun when one of her students encounters her outside of the classroom. We were visiting a church when Sue was spotted by a group of her students. Some ran up to her for a hug while others held a parent’s hand and excitedly pointed. The pastor, watching their reaction and the reaction of his own children, looked at Sue and laughingly said, “It looks like we have a rock star visiting us today!” Read more >> about When Church and School Partner
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