In the early ‘90s our family lived in Kiev while we served as missionaries and I taught at a local college. This was after the fall of the Soviet Union, when Ukraine was still governed by the vestiges of a corrupt communist system. The government still seemed to regulate and control almost everything, including when […]
This week, we reached a significant milestone. Thanks to gifts and pledges from parents, grandparents, staff, alumni families, and friends of the school our Annual Fund total passed the 100,000 mark. As of today our total stands $101,645. We rejoice in God’s generous provision and ask that you join us in praying that He provides the remaining $48.355. We seek these funds for three reasons.
We’ve been reflecting on the final ten weeks of our school year and reviewing feedback from the distance learning survey. Here are three take-aways from this unusual Spring:
OUR MGCS PARENTS ARE EXCEPTIONAL PARTNERS
MGCS parents quickly set up learning spaces, tirelessly supported our efforts, mastered new technology, and allowed us to virtually visit their homes five days a week. One parent wrote, “we are on board with anything that will promote learning.” This kind of teamwork helped make distance learning successful.
Dr. Mroczek graduated from Old Dominion University with a B.S. and M.S. in Secondary Education. He later earned his doctorate at Regent University, where his concentration was in Christian Education Leadership. Dr. Mroczek has served as Head of School at Statesville Christian School in Statesville, NC, Norfolk Christian Schools in Norfolk, VA, and Kiev Christian Academy […]