As a parent, we’ve all heard this at one time or another. During this time of being at home, we might have heard it more often than we would like to. Not every activity has to be “virtual” or use some form of technology. With a little creativity, how can we take this time we have with our children and make memories while learning and crushing the boredom syndrome?
Mr. Roy Hobson teaches 5th grade to an empty classroom as Hillsdale Christian Academy goes online today for e-learning. The students can all see and hear Mr. Hobson online and it is class as usual…for the most part.
Utilizing the zoom conferencing app, our academy classes are under way and students are learning once again. Our staff went through an extensive training to be sure we were up to the task and so far, it has been a great start.
Hillsdale Christian Academy is so thankful for our amazing teachers who can enrich the lives of our students even over the internet.
We love our families and cannot wait to be together again at school and a student body. Until then, we are thankful for resources that allow us to continue serving our families. To God be the glory.
Mrs Walker, our first grade teacher at Hillsdale Christian Academy, is thinking out of the box as she reaches her students beyond the classroom.
Teaching life principles through Christ-centered curriculum is one of the distinctives of our training at HCA. Touching the hearts of each student is also a distinctive at HCA and Mrs. Walker did just that.
Huddled around their computers, the first grade students enjoyed a bed time story with Mrs. Walker and her friends. Puppet friends joined her on the screen as she told a story and wished her students a good night’s sleep. Being out of the classroom has not stopped Mrs. Walker from reaching her students right where they are.
It is these little heart-touches and character-impacts that happen along life’s way that make the eternal difference. Thank you, Mrs. Walker, for loving and caring for our families so much. We love you.
We are now enrolling for next year and invite you to stop by and see the difference that Hillsdale can make for your family.
Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Teach them to your children, talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.