Edvance Announces Leader in Residence and next Director of School Services
We are excited to announce the appointment of a Leader in Residence and our next Director of School Services to join our growing organization effective August 1, 2020.
Strength in Weakness
This verse in 2nd Corinthians is the basis for the theme “Strength in Christ”, which our student leaders here at Woodland Christian High School chose for the 2019-2020 school year.
High School Cohort Spiritual Retreat
Several members of the High School Cohort gathered at the Queen of Apostles Renewal Centre in January for a two-day spiritual retreat.
Lower Grand Cohort Meeting Report - Fall 2019
School leaders from the Lower Grand region had their first meeting in October at the very welcoming and hospitable Stoney Creek campus of Cairn Christian School.
Leadership is a shifting thing. Just when you think you have something figured out and you are on top of your game, another curve ball comes your way and you have to navigate through new experiences.
Toronto Cohort Meeting Report - January 2020
At our January meeting, Kayla Goodhoofd, school Social Worker at King’s Christian Collegiate in Oakville, joined us to speak about promoting mental health and well-being in Christian schools.
Embracing "Let's Try That!"
Schools tend to run in cyclical cycles, perhaps more than other businesses or organizations.
Be Strong and Courageous in God’s Love, Mercy and Faithfulness
Video recording of the Lunch & Learn session on Due Diligence and Risk Management
Reflections on Advent
This year at our house, we decided to do something different for Advent.
Some Give and Take
In my digital immigrant reality when it comes to podcasts, I’m like the apostle Paul—there are some good podcasts that I want to listen to, but I simply don’t. A few days ago, however, I was lucky enough to have the vehicle to myself for a few hours and remembered to cue up a podcast from EntreLeadership. Perhaps by divine intervention, I noted the title, “The Humility to Serve”.
Using Data to Measure School Effectiveness
As an administrator, you’re committed to providing an exceptional learning environment, where students can thrive socially, emotionally, spiritually, and academically. But how do you know if students are learning?