Jan 7, 2015

From Report Cards to Diapers

By |2015-01-07T07:00:06-08:00January 7, 2015|Interviews, Middle School, Parenting|0 Comments

by Moira Louw A few weeks ago, I had the rare opportunity to eat lunch with a former teacher, in her own home. Mrs. Becky Enns (although I know her as Ms. Vandenberg) was my grade 7 teacher, and I still remember her "special guy friend" Jonas coming to visit the class, and the gossip this created [...]

Nov 3, 2014

What a Preschooler Didn’t Know

By |2014-11-03T07:32:22-08:00November 3, 2014|Elementary, Interviews|3 Comments

by Eden Luymes In my preschool days, Julie Braun was the “magic lady.” She lived in a little schoolroom amongst doll houses, toy tractors, and teddy bears, turning play-dough into gold with a touch, telling wild stories, and singing the silliest songs that always left me giggling.  Twelve years later and still at ACS, I [...]

May 7, 2014

10 Things You May Not Know about Mrs. Humphries

By |2014-05-07T07:07:27-07:00May 7, 2014|Elementary, Interviews|1 Comment

by Tanya KienekerGetting hired to teach at ACS was somewhat of an accident. It was 23 years ago and Dwight Moody was principal. He was looking for a grade two teacher and asked Nancy Humphries to come out for a visit. Little did she know, she was interviewed and got the job! “But I wasn’t [...]

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