Posted by Joe Filbrun, SCS Board Member
For many people, the beginning of a new year is a natural time to assess the past, look to the future, make new goals, and recalibrate plans. I find myself doing that each January, too, and it can be very helpful. But I’ve also noticed something else that can sneak in with all that assessing and planning: dissatisfaction. If I’m not careful, looking back can become an exercise in dwelling on my failures or disappointments,
Blog Post By: Tom Rietkerk, Board President of the SCS Society
On January 8, 1780, George Washington delivered the first regular annual address to a joint Congress in New York City. This address became known as the “State
Huge Thank You!
We want to thank Wolter Korf, Tuvette McCroskey, and Alisha Steich for their service to the school and community. Their contributions to the board will be missed next year!
School Board Math
Historically, the School Board has been composed of 8-10 members--parents, past parents, alumni, grandparents, and/or friends of SCS. This school year we had 9 members serving. Three of those members have completed their three-year term--one will be up for re-election--and one member is stepping off the board for personal reasons. This means that we have up to 5 open spots on the board to fill for the 2016-2017 school year. Below are the nominees for you to consider. Voting will take place at the Society Meeting on May 16 @ 7:30 pm. Read more >> about 2016 School Board Nominees
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:
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