Pinecrest Blog

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  • Six Ways to Help Your Child Grow in Generosity

    Miss Sarah Oryschak, Lower School Campus Minister
    “It is more blessed to give than to receive” Acts 20:35
    “It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” Mother Teresa
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  • Is Your Child Growing in Virtue?

    Miss Sarah Oryschak, Lower School Campus Minister

    “Two things cannot be in one place. Where you tend a rose, my lad, a thistle cannot grow.” - Frances Hodgson Burnett

    At Pinecrest Academy, our goal is to empower students to be Christian leaders in the world today and in the future, with an emphasis on strong character development.
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  • Getting Organized for the School Year: Seven Tips

    The start of a new school year is always a hectic time, as parents and children readjust to the structured schedule of the school week. Here are a few tips from a hand-full of Pinecrest moms that will hopefully help make the transition from summer to school a bit easier.
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  • When School's Out, Summer Learning Begins!

    Laura Kelley

    Research has shown that most students risk some degree of learning loss in the summer months. But the end of a school year doesn’t have to mean that learning stops. The relatively unstructured days of summer are perfect for family activities and adventures that keep learning fresh and practice necessary developmental skills, all while having fun together.
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  • Tips for Helping your Child Experience True Joy

    Miss Sarah Oryschak
    The Pinecrest virtue for May is Joy. Joy is the mark of a Christian. Our faith is one of hope and joy because Jesus’ life and mission did not end in the pain of the cross and the stone-cold tomb. He conquered sin and death through the glory of his resurrection, giving us a permanent reason for hope and joy, as well as sure proof of his love for us. All of this is a reason to live our life in hope, joy, and charity. Since we have a reason to be joyful in Christ’s resurrection, every circumstance can be an opportunity for good, even the difficult circumstances.

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