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Foundations

Foundations

Foundations Every successful organization must have a purpose for existing or it will eventually face a crisis that will cause it to go extinct. Organizations are often founded on enthusiasm for an idea, or project, yet without a strong foundation that will stand the...

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Christians Attend Church

Christians Attend Church

Christians Attend Church When I was growing up my dad would occasionally mention C-E Christians, by which he meant Christmas and Easter Christians. He was referring to people who only go to church twice a year for the major church events commemorating Christ’s birth...

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Expressing Thankfulness

Expressing Thankfulness

Expressing Thankfulness Expressing Thankfulness I have written in past years about teaching our children to be thankful. It has never been more important to teach and model this essential character trait because life is easy for most of our children in comparison to...

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When To Stay Home

When To Stay Home

When To Stay Home Sometimes it is difficult to know when to keep your child at home or to send them to school. A child might be sniffling or even have a slight fever creating a conundrum for the parent, especially in this COVID environment. To help, the Washington...

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A Parent’s Right To Choose a School

A Parent’s Right To Choose a School

A Parent's Right To Choose a School We have a group of students, parents, grandparents, and staff in Washington, D.C. this week seeing sites and learning about U.S. history. They have been to the notable historical sites of Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, and of...

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What’s True About Christmas?

What’s True About Christmas?

2,000 years ago there was a young man growing up near the Sea of Galilee in Israel. This is the one whom we honor at Christmas as the babe in the manger. Until he was 30 years old he lived in obscurity, seeming to be no different than any other child. The fantastic...

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Who Should Go To College

Who Should Go To College

Parents in our school are often thinking about college for their children since the trend over the last 40 years has been for a greater number of students to attend college after high school. This pattern has created a more educated workforce but one that is also...

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Celebrating Our Mission

Celebrating Our Mission

Each year, Grace Academy hosts a fundraiser that we call the Heritage Celebration. The night is important because it is our means of raising extra funds that we need to have an excellent school. Beyond raising funds, could the night have a greater purpose? In fact, it...

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Help For Dads

Help For Dads

Parenting is a demanding job. Even though most people are a parent at some time in their life, they are not pre-qualified or trained beforehand. Most parents only get on-the-job training. New moms and dads are fortunate if they have strong relationships with parents...

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Stratford-Upon-Avon

Stratford-Upon-Avon

Today, after a wonderful morning of visiting the Hereford Cathedral and the home of our coach driver, Richard, we traveled to Stratford-Upon-Avon for a tour of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) theatre. We arrived just in time for our tour and started learning about...

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