From the Tall to the Small
Isn’t this photo great? I love it because it reminds me of the many changes, both outward and inward we see throughout students lives at Hanford Christian School. We have an incredible opportunity to impact students for Eternity during their most impressionable years. That’s a privilege and responsibility that we don’t take lightly.
As the end of the school year quickly approaches I would like to challenge all parents to encourage their children to continue reading this summer. Zonderkidz has a great program to keep students reading throughout the summer months. It is a 100 Day Bible Reading plan that runs Memorial Day weekend (May 27th) through Labor Day (September 3rd).
These short chapter-long Bible readings are a great way for kids to grow in their faith while keeping up on important reading skills. Don't have 100 days? No problem! The reading plans are broken into seven different shorter themes. Along with the reading plans, we have great tips for parents to encourage their growing readers.
Click the link below to download the reading plan! Have a wonderful summer. We look forward to seeing our students back on campus this August!
Welcome To Principally Speaking
We are so excited you are here. We look forward to educating, training and equipping our students for Christian service in God's world during the 2018-2019 school year.
Shortly, the gleaming classrooms of Hanford Christian School will be filled with footsteps, the lockers with books and students and teachers alike will be learning their new routines and roles. But, this week is the last week before the students arrive; the last week of adding the finishing touches to bulletin boards and lesson plans. The new annual theme, Living, Loving Serving, Building Citizens of the Kingdom, is on the wall. We’re ready!
While walking through the buildings before the ensuing bustle, an intense gratefulness settles in. Needs that were unmet just weeks ago are now products being finished. The new playground, landscaping, cleaning, and painting, have all been completed in time for students arrival because people responded to the call.
The gifts range from time to talent, from financial to practical. The size or value of each gift is not the focus. What is humbling and amazing is what God can do when each part contributes what He has laid on each heart to give.
As we enter this new school year, we want to thank the Giver of all good gifts for His provision. And we want to thank all of those who have given of their time, talent, and treasure to see the mission of Hanford Christian School go forth.