If you have walked the halls of our school this week, you have been hit with a sea of pink, red and all things “love”! We asked some of precious students what they loved, and we got a wide range of answers- our kids love their parents, Paw Patrol, school, chocolate, their friends, parties, and cheese. Hearing their touching and funny responses made me think of one of my favorite videos from The Bible Project on the word “Agape”, or “Love”.
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It’s Healthy Heart Month in Mrs. Bankhead’s PE and Motor Lab classes. We will be learning several ways that we can take care of our hearts through exercise and the things that we eat and drink this month. There are ways that you can take care of your child’s heart as well.
I want you to imagine a friend or coworker telling you “Good job!”. How does that make you feel? Now picture that same person telling you “I see how hard you have been working on that project and your hard work really paid off!”. How does that statement make you feel? Chances are the latter statement made you feel extremely proud and capable. The same is true for our children!
After reading the preceding statement and as the Day School Bible Teacher, I thought that will be my mission statement PLUS being sure THAT EVERY CHILD KNOWS: “JESUS LOVES ME THIS I KNOW, FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO !”
We are excited to partner with Paper for Water, a non-profit started by young sisters which aims to provide access to water to better lives, for our spring outreach project.
Not only will participating in this project help bring clean water to a village in Honduras, but will also provide the opportunity for your child to learn about the value of water. It is easy for our children to take this precious resource for granted, and this project may stir your child's heart, the way it did for the Paper for Water founders who began their company at the ages of 8 and 5.
Read more to learn more about this special outreach opportunity from Lowry Manders, music teacher and outreach team member.