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May 4, 2022


By |2022-05-04T16:16:14-07:00May 4, 2022|Leadership, School Vision|3 Comments

When I was growing up, I remember some of my greatest fears involved conflict. Conflict between loved ones, conflict between members of larger communities, conflict at a more regional, national, or global level, or as was mostly the case—conflict in my own life, big or small. When I was young there were global conflicts such [...]

Dec 7, 2021


By |2021-12-08T08:41:57-08:00December 7, 2021|School Vision|1 Comment

At a recent Leadership Team meeting, middle school principal, Tym Berger, (who is now the resident historian on the Leadership Team) shared a really challenging time in the life of ACS’ history. He shared a moment from the ACS’ 50th anniversary book entitled; “New Growth from the Ashes” written by Jack Van Dyke. Jack was [...]

May 31, 2021


By |2022-04-15T22:14:38-07:00May 31, 2021|Elementary|0 Comments

I love being at the elementary campus right before recess. The anticipation of going outside, getting fresh air, and being able to run and play with friends is palpable. I would dare say that for a high percentage of students, recess is a highlight of their day. Especially on a beautiful sunny day. Carefree I [...]

May 11, 2021


By |2021-07-07T21:25:02-07:00May 11, 2021|Faith|1 Comment

When I was young, my family listened fervently to James Ward. James was a Christian contemporary singer/songwriter, popular in the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. He also happened to be a friend to our family by association. He wasn’t in the “famous” category like other Christian contemporaries of that time:  Michael W Smith, Amy Grant, [...]

Nov 3, 2020


By |2021-07-07T21:25:02-07:00November 3, 2020|Relationships|2 Comments

Recently at a meeting I chose to show a video entitled, “Flourishing.” The video keyed on staff to work towards flourishing. From a series called, “Wisdom For The Way” from Christian Schools Canada, these videos encourage Christian schools to engage their staff in devotions during this pandemic. It was engaging, relevant, and something that I thought [...]

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