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September 4, 2020

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It was a busy week with a lot of good rain and slightly cooler temperatures at north campus. Thank you to everyone in cooperating with our adjustment for carline arrival as well as the during the normal departure. It seems to be working better at both ends of the day. Please remember do not pull...
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“I suppose there are two views about everything,” said Mark. Mark Studdock and Bill Hingest, in C.S. Lewis’s book, That Hideous Strength, are having a conversation about what truth is. Bill asserts that although there are many things viewed to be true, there is only one truth. We live in a time where truth is...
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Recently I’ve been pondering the power of the gospel of truth, the grace of God, and the many gifts we are afforded if we learn to walk in His truth and open our hearts and hands to receive His grace. It is for this end that I work at The Academy. My hope doesn’t stop...
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September means that the Athletic seasons are in full swing! We have volleyball and cross country wearing the Griffins navy and grey in various parts of our city and state. Rhetoric basketball preseason begins with 2-3 days a week of workouts, and over 100 Grammar Cross Country runners kick off their 4 meet September series...
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C.S. Lewis said, “It takes courage to live through suffering.” Running is a sport that is not for the faint of heart, no matter the age. It requires continued choice to embrace the grind and the suffering training brings. Developing strong bodies and even stronger minds, Cross Country demands athletes push past their limits and...
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It brings us great pleasure to introduce our new district school nurse, Katie Barrier, R.N.  Katie is a graduate of Northern Oklahoma College and her most recent experience includes working in the medical, surgical, and progressive care units of OU Medical Center Edmond.  Additionally, she is certified by the Board of Education to serve as...
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