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In this season of Advent, I want to share a reading that I recently found. I love this season! I especially love the opportunity to still my heart – in the midst of a busy cultural season – and reflect on what really matters. For me, what matters is dwelling with my God and living...
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Parents, during this season when obvious frustrations are easy to focus on, my prayer is that your family enjoys many opportunities during this 2 weeks to ponder your gratitude for the Lord and His ever-present gifts. I want to share a prayer with you. This was shared with me by Julianna Osuna, our ever-faithful Post-Secondary...
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Parents, this has been an exciting week at Midtown! Basketball season started and both teams won, which was a fun way to kickoff the season. We hosted South Campus 8th graders on Thursday. Everyone involved had a great day. Teachers were elated as they shared stories about the students they met and welcomed in their...
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We had a very fun and full week at the Rhetoric School. We began the week with a celebration to honor our Rhetoric Women’s Cross-Country Team after Chapel on Monday. This was a special time to celebrate these women as a community. We applauded their accomplishments and hard work that resulted in the HCAA State...
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What a week! As is the routine of life, this week brought surprises that invited opportunity to harness thought and ponder God’s provisional promises as circumstances were anything but provisional. For those of you without power, you are in my prayers. For those of you who may be managing other uncertain circumstances, please let me...
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Introducing Our New Spanish Teacher: Dr. Eugenia Fuenzalida will be joining our staff on November 2nd. She will observe classes and work in tandem with Mrs. Stall for 1 week, then take over on November 9th. Dr. Fuenzalida has been teaching for 30+ years and has 8 years of experience teaching Spanish, which is her...
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Greetings Rhetoric Parents! I have an eccentric habit of spontaneously ordering books on a whim as I move through my days. Once a book arrives the content is often very different than the presupposition I dreamt up in my head during the 30 seconds when I pondered and purchased the book. Recently this very pattern...
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Greetings Rhetoric families! As you all know, next week is Fall break. We will not have school on Thursday and Friday. Wednesday October 14th is testing day if you signed up to take the SAT and PSAT, which will occur on campus. Please watch your email boxes for SAT &PSAT testing instructions from Mrs. Vishanoff...
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On Thursday our sweet Rhetoric School experienced a monumental moment. We officially commenced construction on our long-term home at FBC. This huge, beautiful building boasts a century’s worth of stories that speak to God’s faithful discipleship in the lives of His people. The Academy is now an integral part of this story that will continue...
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For months now I’ve been having a running conversation with my daughter about what the word “good” means. I often say things like “that’s good Emily,” and she responds like any rational 11yr. old and challenges what she perceives to be a very lackluster response. She often requests more exuberance and expression, to which I...
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