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The View Blog
Welcome to the new school blog! One of our teachers (Jeff Ludditt, Gr. 5/6) wrote an article in 2018 called “The View from the Cabin”. That lead to a second article, a follow-up from Mr. Nelson called “The View from the Fishbowl”, and two more articles followed by each.
What a great way for the community to see the school through the eyes of those living everyday life in and around it! This blog will feature stories of many of us in the coming months – from teachers to parents to students and possibly even beyond into the wider Cedars community and churches.
If you have a story you would like to submit, please contact Coleen Hein (email@example.com)
Enjoy the blog!
"[The giving of our time and resources] is a very rich and beautiful activity. It is a confident, joyful, and hope-filled expression of ministry. In ministering to each other, each from the riches that he or she possesses, we work together for the full coming of God's...read more
"Celebrations...are so much more than a valid diversion from work or an excuse to eat too much; they invite us to enter into God's joy by remembering His faithfulness and goodness." - Darcy Greco The month of May was full. In the third week of May, over 250...read more
There’s no such thing as being too busy. If it’s important to you, you’ll make time. Few quotes stick with me more than this, and it makes regular appearances in my life due to the choices that I make. "Busy" is defined as, “having a great deal to do" or "to keep...read more
Most people who know me well know that I am not a "meeting" guy. There's not a lot that I wouldn't do to get out of a meeting. My administrators can attest to that, especially Curtis who would love to go on about his joy when he gets to inform me of an impending staff...read more
Over the years, Curt and I have affectionately referred to the principal's office as the "fishbowl". The high ratio of window to wall space can be distracting at times, but it has afforded me new perspectives on the work that we do with students, staff, and parents in...read more
Most Thursday mornings, I find myself in my cabin, isolated from the world, waiting feverishly for the bell to go and the kids to storm in. However, last week was our Zone basketball weekend and our Junior ‘A’ boys team was heading to Dawson Creek. Mr. Wilson...read more