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Parent Letter - 1/27/23

January 27, 2023
By Bill Sharp

Dear Parents and Families of RCS,

Over the next few weeks, I will highlight the attributes of the WARRIOR Way, an acronym we use for the character traits we seek to develop in our students.  This week, we look at Wisdom.  Although many scriptures speak on wisdom (including a whole book of wise sayings in the Old Testament), we will look at a verse from James 3:13 that says, “Who is wise and understanding among you?  Let them show it by their good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom.”  The world sees success and accomplishment in the things we own, the job we hold, and the people we associate with.  To be affiliated with an “influencer” somehow, in their eyes, gives you an edge.  But the Bible says the opposite.  Our good deeds should be done from a perspective of humility, a modest view of one’s importance.  As Christians, we do what we do for God’s glory and His kingdom, not for ourselves or our recognition.  As a Christian school community, we Educate Hearts and Minds for Christ so that He gets the glory and His kingdom is advanced.  Knowing and living this effectively can only be done through Godly wisdom.

I am excited that our first Open House event of the spring happened this week.  We hosted 20 students from 16 families to hear about the great things God is doing here at RCS.  The remaining events will be on 16 February, 16 March, 20 April, and 11 May, starting at 7:00 p.m. in the library.  If you have friends, family, or co-workers desiring a loving Christian learning environment for their students, have them reach out to our front office and schedule a tour, set up a shadow day, or sign up to join us at a future Open House.  Please pray in the days ahead as we continue through the re-enrollment/new enrollment season.

Regarding re-enrollment, please remember that the first deadline to mark on your calendars is 6 February.  That is the critical date to lock in your seat for the 2023-2024 school year.  New enrollment opens after that date; seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.  So lock in your spot today!

Please remember that keeping your students home if they are sick is important with the cold and flu season in full swing.  Just reach out to their teacher(s) to get work if necessary, so they can recover quickly and keep others from getting sick.  Also, if they have a fever, they must be fever free without medication for at least 24 hours before returning to school.

Thank you all for your support and partnership in Christian education here at RCS!  We love and appreciate you all.


Bill Sharp, M.Ed.
Head of School


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