Tag Team: Partnering with Parents

Tag Team: Partnering with Parents

“Tag!” On a school day back in 2007, I remember a mom enthusiastically say this to me as she tapped me on the shoulder during afternoon pick-up. The tag-team image has stuck with me through the years as a great visual to express how parent/teacher partnership works...
The Magnificent Mission

The Magnificent Mission

“Start something you cannot finish and give yourself to it for the length of your days.” – Al Mohler “Think of the mission of classical education like a cathedral which took several generations to build.”– Josh Gibbs Look at the splendor of the...
A Cookie, a Snowball, and an Alligator

A Cookie, a Snowball, and an Alligator

No, this is not an opening line of a joke. These are comments made recently by students during a 5th Grade devotional time. And, yes, they all tie together perfectly. Let me tell you how. First, some background. We have been discussing similes and metaphors in...
Kindergarten Teachers are Kingdom Builders

Kindergarten Teachers are Kingdom Builders

Recently at our school’s recitation, I was struck by a poem entitled Ations that was recited by the Kindergarteners. Aside from their over-the-top cuteness, I was astounded with the deep truths these tiny people were speaking. From cute-cheeked faces, philosophical...
Sede Vacante

Sede Vacante

Sede Vacante combines stories from the Greek myths with a corresponding mythical Fate to illustrate the Fall of man and his inability to solve his fallen state alone. With the corruption of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty, the Greek world turns its weary eyes to Olympus,...
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