Nov 18, 2014

On and Off the Court

By |2014-11-18T07:47:50-08:00November 18, 2014|Athletics, Whole Child Education|0 Comments

Athletics. To paraphrase Jerry Seinfeld, “What’s the deal with athletics?” It seems that everyone has some thoughts on how ACS is doing and what we should be doing differently. Allow me to weigh in with some thoughts as a school administrator, parent, and coach. Straight-up, we have an excellent athletics program!  Have we won a [...]

Oct 22, 2014

Love It or Hate It

By |2014-10-22T07:17:07-07:00October 22, 2014|Athletics, Parenting|1 Comment

It's the time of year when everything starts up again: school, church groups, and all those extracurricular events. In our house that includes sports, and plenty of it. But I have a love hate relationship with sports.  I LOVE the competition—the thrill of sitting on the edge of my seat, watching the clock wind down or [...]

Feb 14, 2014

No Hugging and Other Lessons from Basketball

By |2014-02-14T07:02:55-08:00February 14, 2014|Athletics, Middle School|0 Comments

This is the time of year when I wear a lot of different hats. The other day I was trying to wrap my head around all of them—grade 8 math and science teacher, Rice Raiser organizer, Sunday School coordinator, daughter, sister, wife, and mom, to name a few. Plus (for a few more weeks, at [...]

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