Dec 17, 2018


By |2019-01-09T22:06:54-08:00December 17, 2018|, |

BY LINDA HOWARD, MIDDLE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT It never ceases to amaze me the mountains of t-shirts, sweaters, jeans, shorts, jackets, lunch kits, water bottles, and myriad other miscellaneous items that end up in the lost and found each and every term of each and every school year! Braving the stink One would think that [...]

Apr 25, 2016

Hiding in Plain Sight

By |2016-04-25T08:57:02-08:00April 25, 2016|, |

Recently, we have been receiving resumes and applications for the position of Educational Administrative Assistant in the secondary office. The other day, I planned to meet with the current admin assistants to go through all the resumes and decide on whom we should interview for the position.But before the meeting, I went into my staff [...]

Jun 22, 2015

How to Get an “A” in Free Time

By |2018-04-15T22:10:28-08:00June 22, 2015|, |

What do you think about adding column on a report card assessing what students do during recess?Luigi Giussani, Italian priest, educator and intellectual, once told a group of parents that young people are not judged by how seriously, tenaciously and loyally they take to their school work, but by how they use their free time.They [...]

Apr 20, 2015

I Avodah, Do You?

By |2018-04-15T22:10:05-08:00April 20, 2015|, , , |

Almost one year ago, I wrote a blog post on my trip to Greater Los Angeles to check out Christian colleges with my daughter. This year for spring break, my wife, Sharon and I took our two younger kids back to LA to visit our older daughter who has settled in to Providence Christian College [...]

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