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Saturday 12/09/2017
Community and traditions remain important at George Walton Academy
Posted: December 09, 2017

Believe me. I understand. You barely have time to catch your breath during the holidays. This season is filled with busy days and long to do lists. And although it all seems to go by in a blur, there are certain things we always remember.

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Not stuck in neutral
Updated: December 11, 2017 - 10:25 am

Students address need for net neutrality in essays

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Saturday 11/11/2017
COLUMN: Pilgrim students learn to give thanks for opportunities at Faith Academy
Posted: November 11, 2017

Thanksgiving is next week! Images of Pilgrims come to mind. The Pilgrims were seekers. They were seeking religious freedom. They sailed to Holland and spent 10 years there before a group of them became disenchanted with the society. So they boarded the Mayflower and set sail for America. They continued to seek. They desired a change, a fresh start.

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Crafting future artists
Posted: November 11, 2017

Private school expands art course offerings past basic survey, adds new techniques

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Saturday 11/04/2017
COLUMN: Inspiring children to dig deeper and face challenges through teaching
Posted: November 04, 2017

I say over and over I want Monroe Country Day School students to love learning. I want students everywhere to run into school with the same excitement they run into Disney World. I often laugh at myself because I can certainly say I did not enter Latin class with the same desire that I entered math. I loved math! I looked forward to math every day, it always offered a new puzzle to solve. Miss Bell was not warm and fuzzy, but she loved math and believed that every one of us was capable of learning and enjoying the victory of correctly solving complex problems. She did not give us candy or stickers but she smiled and gave us the nod of approval when we made a breakthrough. How did she help build that desire to dig deeper, enjoy challenges and not be afraid of failure?

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Saturday 10/28/2017
COLUMN: Creating a haven for students in Covenant Christian Academy library
Posted: October 28, 2017

One of the places in our school that all of our students love to visit the most is our library. They like the warm atmosphere created by our media specialist, Mrs. Brandi Bourbonnais, and they love to explore all of the books we have to read. Mrs. Bourbonnais writes about her special place at Covenant:

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Saturday 10/21/2017
Marching to her destiny
Posted: October 21, 2017

High school senior Michelle Miles chosen as latest member of U.S. Army band

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COLUMN: The world’s greatest things about athletics revealed through LCA sports
Posted: October 21, 2017

In 1912 Jim Brown won the decathlon event in the Olympic Games. A decathlon is an event that comprises 10 track and field events under the guise of one Olympic heading.

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